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So got my delta fog lights in and well I need help... the kit has a switch your suppose to put on the dash... why put another switch on the dash when I have the factory switch with the light switch. So my question is does anyone have a wiring diagram to help fig out which wires to splice into to use the factory switch. Wiring and electricity are my weakness when it comes to working on jeeps and other vehicles.

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They are a 55 watt light... not sure if the screw with the Jeeps electrical system. Using the relay will isolate it so the won't shut off if you are pulling to much power. If you want to use the factory switch, just splice into the factory connectors. I have a set of Vision X solo's that I put in place of the factory fogs...I just spliced them in, they don't draw much power at all and I don't have a problem with them and way brighter than stock.

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So got my delta fog lights in and well I need help... the kit has a switch your suppose to put on the dash... why put another switch on the dash when I have the factory switch with the light switch. So my question is does anyone have a wiring diagram to help fig out which wires to splice into to use the factory switch. Wiring and electricity are my weakness when it comes to working on jeeps and other vehicles.
If you have the switch it seems that the harness is possibly already there tied up out of the way. There might be 2 harnesses, one left hand and one right hand (mail carrier) and Wranglers with and without Fog lights have the same p/n for the front wiring harness, so it very well could be there already.

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