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Mine is finished, I took my power from the (YELLOW) low beam wire this gives me fogs on low beams.

I powered each fog from the yellow wire on each side of the car.

Then I ran a common ground between both lights (this is the wire I switched,( I used a 30 amp flush mount switch)

This common ground wire is what you run into the car, (this is the wire you are going to use to switch your lights on and off )

Find a good ground spot, I chose the metal bracket just inside the cubby hole near the headlight switch.

I placed my switch near the headlight switch next to the steering column, be careful there isn't much room to get your hands into work in that small spot.

The fogs were not that easy to install, the screws were meant to go in with the bumper while off the car, putting them in took some time.

I also made sure to solder every connection, then wrapped any wire connection on the outside of the firewall to prevent corrosion from moist air.

They make the front of the car look finished I'm happy I choose to install them just for the look
 

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On my sister's vehicle, I wired them direct to the battery + harness with a fuse, so she can even run them with the front headlights or high beams off or on. Deepending on the weather, there are advantages to being able to use them with the headlights or by themselves. We don't get a whole lot of fog here though. They're used during severe storms & snow that way.
 
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