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Old 09-21-2007
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07' Foglight mod

I want to do the foglight mod on my 07' ranger 4x4 xlt but when I went in there the wiring looked different than the foglight mod post. Does anyone know if it's the same for 07's? If it's different, do you know what I have to do to make the highbeams and foglights stay on at the same time? I looked on the 22 pin connecter I believe and it didn't have that orange and light green wire coming from it like the foglight mod post.
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Old 09-21-2007
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To the best of my knowledge, it has not been done successfully on a 2007 Ranger. There is no simple mod as in prior years.
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I have not tried this on my 07, but I have done the blinker mod successfully!
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Old 09-22-2007
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i wouldn't do it, cuz i had bad results from my previous fog light mod:

i had a 93 dodge intrepid es, then i wired it so i could use the fog lights w/o the headlights, and it also made them stay on with the high beams. i thought it was pretty cool at first, i liked it and all, but then after long drives, the switch would get really hot, even with the low beams and no fog lights! I suppose you could wire a relay and that would probably take away the heat issue.
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