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Old 05-13-2013, 12:26 PM
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Glad it worked bud!

FYI to anyone interested, the mopar fog light kit is roughly $200(actually a little cheaper) and you need the harness from it and you need the switch from it. It also has instructions showing you exactly how to wire the harness to the truck(very easy...no special skills needed). You can sell off the spare fog lights that come with it(I did) to recoup some of that cost. Then get the bumper/fog lights/brackets/etc from wherever you want(you can google all this info) and then get the dealer to flash the pcm(this part is in the instructions as well).

Then you have a fully oem setup.

I was amazed when I added the oem fog lights how much light output they had. I swear they are brighter than my headlights lol.
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