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Old 01-13-2013, 11:31 AM
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Default KC Hilites wired to factory switch

Newbie (to this forum) so take it easy on me. haha

Trying to wire my KCs to my factory foglight switch. I have the long range KC hilites 130 watt. Thought about just using the factory wires,but had trouble so
probably will run new wires and just use the factory switch. Would rather no t use a toggle switch. Have u guys had any experience or problems doing this. Second, do y'all know what the wire colors are that go to the lights and go to the power source on the foglight switch?? Its a 2001 Dodge ram. Thanks for any help.

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Old 01-13-2013, 12:00 PM
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Ok, didnt take the newb long to screw up. I would delete it,but I guess i'm too dumb to figure that out too. Haha

Reposted in correct forum. Sorry,guys.
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