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Old 04-20-2009
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How would i wire these???

Hey guys sorry if this is a repost thread but i couldnt find anything that helped in the threads. i have a 2004 XLT 4x4 what does not have the factory radio bezel with the fog switch. i bought the fogs, then i attemped to buy a bezel from 4LO 4.0 and thats a mess (money sent and item not recieved thing). not im just concisering running them off a switch somethere in my truck. i dont want to spend $135 at the dealer, ive looks at the local jy's and im hesitant now to buy from ppl now cuz of wonderful 4LO 4.0. anyway, i have a few questions

1. How hard is it to wire them to a reg toggle switch or somehting?
2. could i run those lower valance fogs and like 2 KC's fogs off thast one switch? if so how cuz i dont want a ton of toggles to run different lights and things?
3. and any other ideas that i can do would be great help.

these are the fogs im trying to wire rite now. i have the plug (or what i think is the plug) behine the radio bezel. obviously as i stated above, they are the ones in the valance on the bottom. thanks again

:2004 XLT: 4.0:5 speed: 4x4: 4.10 8.8 LSD: Flowmaster 40 series cat-back dumped: 5% tint all around: 285/75/16 Toyo MT: ida-x100 Alpine head unit: Apline MRP-500 amp: Alpine Type R 12:
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Old 04-20-2009
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1.) Its just like wireing any type of aux. lights
2.) I wouldnt want to over load anything
3.) I'd use a wireing kit from a set of hellas but use the factory switch instead of the rocker switch for a cleaner look. I'm surprised you cant find any radio bezels in JY the ones around me are filled with Explorer and Rangers
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You could wire both the fog lights and KCs on separate relays with the same switch triggering them. It would be pretty easy to wire up
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I have mine wired to a standard toggle switch. Your fogs dont draw that much power do you shouldn't need a relay IF, and only if, your switch can handle the load.
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