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Old 05-19-2018, 08:45 PM   #11
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Did you get the factory harness or just the lights?
I got the lights and female ends, then as I was walking out of the lot I looked down and found the harness sticking out of another truck lol. I'm assuming it's as easy as plug it in, but I tend to overthink wiring. I wouldn't put it past me to blow up my truck somehow haha

I did have to cut the harness though, right before it goes into the cab of the truck.

On that note, there's a wire in the harness for an under-hood light, are those worth worrying about?
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Old 05-19-2018, 09:41 PM   #12
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If you have the correct harness it should be obvious what leads are for power, ground, to the lights. The wire that goes into the cab is for the switch. I used a turn signal stalk from a Maxima with fogs for the foglight switch. '95-96 Maxima switch works for my '97 truck, not sure about compatibility for other years/models. I ran power for the separate foglight harness on the stalk from the parking light pin on the main harness so that the relay can only be powered when the parking lights are on.
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Old 05-19-2018, 10:04 PM   #13
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Old 05-20-2018, 02:30 AM   #14
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i have everything for the fog light swap..........but the bumper. i have the bumper brackets, new bosch fog lamps, brackets, inserts and the complete harness. i keep waiting on good post facelift front bumper to show up at the LKQ, but the parts trucks are always smashed in the front. guess i will just have to order one off fleabay.
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I put rectangular lights on mine cause i had em.....kinda cheated tho, tru round ones in too. anywho.... here is what i did
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Old 05-22-2018, 12:42 AM   #16
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i have everything for the fog light swap..........but the bumper. i have the bumper brackets, new bosch fog lamps, brackets, inserts and the complete harness. i keep waiting on good post facelift front bumper to show up at the LKQ, but the parts trucks are always smashed in the front. guess i will just have to order one off fleabay.
If for some reason you're coming to MO anytime soon you can cop mine. It's going to be sitting in my garage once I take all the foglight stuff out. I had to get the entire bumper because all the bolts are super rusted in and the junkyard was closing haha
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