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Does anyone out there know of, or have a wiring diagram for a '10 Crew Cab fog light circuit? I am looking to have them stay on during high beam use. I know I could wire in a relay, but in the past on another truck of mine (an f250) I was able to ground one wire under the dash to achieve this. It was easy and required no additional wiring. I am kinda hoping to do it again, but I need a diagram.
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This is all I could find and this is from the 2009 but should be the same. Hope this helps!
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There is also a flash available from the dealer for the European models that will allow this. No need to rewire or alter your wiring harness.
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Hey thanks alot Maddog! The diagram shows what I was hoping NOT to see. I thought that they were modular (computer) controlled but I wasnt sure. I am going to check with the dealer regarding that flash. Not to push my luck, but would you happen to know the name or number of the flash so I can ask for it by name?
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