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Old 09-28-2015
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1994 XLT Foglights questions & other stuff.

Hey folks,
New to this forum.

I recently inherited my Father-in law's 1994 XLT 4X4.

It's in decent shape, and only has 73000 miles.

I've got a few cosmetic issues to sort out and I'll be using her as a 3rd vehicle for the wife and I.

While poking around underneath changing the oil and doing a tune up, I noticed that the wiring is there behind the bumper for the fog lights.
There are contacts in the power distribution box where the relay and fuse would go for the fogs.
Where in the dash would the factory fog light switch be?
The owner's manual only says to the left of the steering column.

My best guess would be below the headlight switch where the "stairs" are.
The other question is how does that bezel come off? I have a few dash lights that need to be replaced too.

Among the cosmetic issues, I already have a new rear bumper, the front bumper is rusted pretty badly, and if all the wiring is there, I may try to get the foglight valance when I do the front bumper.

Also has anyone here done a headliner replacement on a supercab?
Looking for pointers on that project.
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Hey there, so I found all that stuff also, the switch should be down on the step things. The bezel should just pry off (be careful of course). Not all needs to be taken off necessarily, just the left side of the steering column. My question for you is where did you get the factory switch?
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I don't have the factory switch and I really wasn't planning to use the factory switch.

Once I figure out how to get the bezel off, I'll just use a regular switch that I can fit into the space.
Other than the switch, and lights (obviously), all that it appears is needed is a fuse and relay.
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