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Installing LED fog lights


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#1 OFFLINE   brownsfan1092

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Posted 16 July 2016 - 08:47 AM

I have a 2014 Chevy Cruze LS which came with no fog lights.

 

Recently I bought these led fog lights for my car. They look nice but I can't figure out a way to install them to make them work.

 

I hooked them up to the wiring that came in the package. There is a red and black wire that I attached to the battery and they do indeed work. But I can't connect them to the battery and call it a day because they would stay on 24/7. 

 

I did install the factory light switch with the fog light button on it. When I push the button the green fog light light illuminates on the dash so the switch does register as working. My question is where can I install these 2 wires to make it work from the switch? I've heard different things but I do not know.

 

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#2 OFFLINE   diesel

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Posted 31 January 2017 - 04:26 AM

Not sure about Cruze but many other cars will have the connectors just behind the front fascia where the factory fog lights would go. can you see any connectors that don't go anywhere? 

If you connect the fog lights to the battery they will be on always as you said. 










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