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3 Switch panel for Parking lights/headlights/fogs?

I'm not great with wiring but I want to get my lighting all wired up nicely.

I have a 3 switch panel (20A 12V switches) that I want to use for my parking lights/halos, low beam headlights and fog lights. The fogs have a harness for the bulbs and halos. (2 switches required) Can I run my headlights off a switch and wire my parking/halos to another?

I'm using a Philips HID kit and harness for the headlamps. Can I just disconnect the OEM switch and move the wires to my panel?

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Yes !

Can't say what Ford has in place and what runs off of a ground switched circuit but it can be done.
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