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post #1 of 5 Old 04-01-2012, 04:57 PM Thread Starter
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JK X without foglights

I have done some searching, and I haven't really been able to turn up much of anything. A buddy of mine gave me his bumpers off of his Sahara, but I have a X model without fog lights. I did find the full Mopar fog light kit and I am not looking to pay 300 bucks. I am no where near a pro at wiring but it really seems as simple find a set of lights and run a wires from the battery to a switch and down to the lights. I don't want to do this and end up tearing something up. I did find a schematic but I am not 100% sure on how to read that.
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post #2 of 5 Old 04-01-2012, 04:59 PM
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Dude, a simple set of lights is easy. Where you at? I'm sure there's someone around you that would be willing to help you out.


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Dude, a simple set of lights is easy. Where you at? I'm sure there's someone around you that would be willing to help you out.
Pretty much what I said. It looks to be as easy as finding a set of light and running wires from the battery to a toggle switch and then to the lights. I am really just asking to see if this is correct.
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... It looks to be as easy as finding a set of light and running wires from the battery to a toggle switch and then to the lights. I am really just asking to see if this is correct.
Yes, but do yourself a favor and wire them up by having the toggle switch energize a relay, just to protect the system from any problems.... like melting wires/fires

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