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adding fogs to 94

I hate to ask this because I'm its been covered at some point, But I searched this and was only able to answer bout half of my question. I was under my truck the other day and seen that it had a plug for fogs. I know I'd need to add a relay and switch, What I need to know Is where is the wiring for the Switch? I wont need a valence because I'm planning on putting two lights behind the grille for driving lights.
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Yeah almost all rangers are wired the same way... you found the prongs in the wireing harness for fogs...

I had the same thing on my 96. the switch for a 96 w/fog lights was on the dash near the HVAC controls/stero.. One day I pulled the dash apart to install a new stereo, sure enough there sat the wire and connector for a foglight switch attached to the back of the plastic dash where the switch should have been.,..

Weren't the 94 and later models fog swith intergrated into the headlight switch???
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Thats what I was wondering, I didnt know if it was built in the headlight switch or what. I was actually going to test that tomorrow.
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Well I guess I'd need a relay for that.
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My 93 didn't have fogs from the factory, however I put em on but didn't use any of the factory wiring that stilll exists that you are asking about, if you pull the dash out a little bit on the driver side you will most likely see a plug for a factory switch underneath the headlight switch

It was pretty much right below where I put my switch here:


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My dash actually has a hole where you put your switch at. I wish my vents still had the adjusters like yours, every vent in mine is broke except for the fake one.
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My dash actually has a hole where you put your switch at. I wish my vents still had the adjusters like yours, every vent in mine is broke except for the fake one.
Must be a regular thing, the adjusters on both the passenger side vents were busted in mine, just snagged some out of an explorer at the junkyard and all better now
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