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Old 09-27-2010, 08:54 PM
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Now test out your fog lights. Make sure they go off when you select the high beam portion of your headlights.


The last step is to adjust the height of the fog lights. It is best to do this when it is dark outside.

Pull your truck about 10'-15' from a wall (garage door) and turn the fog lights on. You want the fog lights to be hitting the wall about 16-18" above the ground from this distance. This will allow the fog lights to fill the void that the low beams leave.

If they do not hit at roughly this height, then you can adjust them up and down with the adjuster screws on the back of the fog lights. To access these adjuster screws, raise your hood and look behind the bumper.


Enjoy!


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Parts List:
2x - Fog Light
2x - Fog Light Bracket
4x - Fog Light Bracket Bolts
1x - Fog Light Wiring Harness (The one behind the bumper that T's to the lights)
1x - Fog Light Switch
1x - Fog Light Switch Pig Tail (with as much wire as possible)
2x - Bumper Inserts
2x - Fog Light Bulbs
4x - Red Butt-Connector
2x - Blue Butt-Connector


Tool List:
- 1/2" Drive Ratchet
- 11/16", 1/2" Drive Socket
- 1/4" Drive Ratchet
- 3/8", 1/4" Drive Socket
- 10mm, 1/4" Drive Socket
- Phillip Screw Driver
- Flat Screw Driver, small
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