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Old 02-13-2011, 06:46 PM
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Hey I was wondering if anyone knew where to get a wireing harness to make the fog lights HID.
I have new headlights coming in tomorrow which are HID but I dont think it has a fog light wireing harness.

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Fog lights don't need a wire harness, plug it in and enjoy!!
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HID foglights require a harness and a ballast.
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Sorry, they are a "kit" with the bulb and ballast, but they don't need a relay harness hooked up to the battery. The kit I got from HIDextra was plug and play, the lo beam circuit had the relay harness to run off the battery.
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I just put a set of HIDs into my fog lights but left the high/low beams as halogen bulbs.

I LOVE THE LIGHTS

The factory fog lenses have a really good cutoff and are low enough to not be bad for oncoming traffic. The light spread is really good. My other cars are Mercedes with bi-xenons and the setup in my truck is just about as good as the benz. Plus the added benefit that installation is really simple with no relays or other grief.
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Like the others said, it's all plug and play. You'll love the light output. It's night and day difference.
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I'm replacing the highs, lows, and fogs with PIAA bulbs.
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I just put a set of HIDs into my fog lights but left the high/low beams as halogen bulbs.

I LOVE THE LIGHTS

Plus the added benefit that installation is really simple with no relays or other grief.
Can you let us know what brand you went with? Link?
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