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Old 01-29-2014, 04:41 PM   #1
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Question Need DIY for gen5 LS foglight conversion

I am awful with car electronics, and was wondering if anyone can post a walk through of installing the harness. I understand its just a plug and play, but a set of directions would be extremely helpful. Thanks!
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Old 01-29-2014, 04:47 PM   #2
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Hope this helps some. Watch "Fog lights on 2011 LS" on YouTube
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I am awful with car electronics, and was wondering if anyone can post a walk through of installing the harness. I understand its just a plug and play, but a set of directions would be extremely helpful. Thanks!
Do you have the OEM harness, the PnP harness from Ofer or a aftermarket harness? Here is a couple pics for a aftermarket harness. Let me know
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Old 01-29-2014, 05:08 PM   #4
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Do you have the OEM harness, the PnP harness from Ofer or a aftermarket harness? Here is a couple pics for a aftermarket harness. Let me know
That's a great picture! It's the harness from Ofer
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Old 01-29-2014, 06:05 PM   #5
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That's a great picture! It's the harness from Ofer
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Old 01-29-2014, 07:17 PM   #6
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Step 1: Remove the 3 torx screws securing the wheel well liners to the front bumper on each side, this will allow access to backside of the bumper

Step 2: Remove the bumper plugs, by releasing the tabs and pulling out the backside of the bumper

Step 3: Install the foglamp thru the front of the bumper and ensure that the 3 mounts snap in tight

Step 4: Install the foglamp bezel from the front side of the bumper.

Step 5: Locate the wire harness on the passenger side of the bumper where the body harness plugs into the bumper harness.

Step 6: Disconnect this connector and put our connector inline, and reattach.

Step 7: Plug the foglamp wires into the lamps

Step 8: Connect the ringed terminal wire to the stud in the underhood fuseblock. See photo for stud location

Step 9: Switch installation: Run the single wire from the relay, into the car and find a suitable location to mount the switch. Connect the wire to the center terminal of the switch. Run the other 2 wires from the switch over to drivers side fuse block. Remove fuse #F17 (power outlet 1) from the fuse block and install it into the empty cavity on the add-a-fuse, then connect the add-a-fuse into F17. Install the ringed terminal wire to a good ground.

Step 10: Secure the relay up and out of the way with ziptie's

Step 11: Verify function: Should be able to turn lights on and off with switch when vehicle is running.

P.S. there on the site in the Installation Instructions tab.
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Old 03-29-2014, 10:51 AM   #7
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My son just bought a 2013 and the lights are installedbut not activated,no harness. Where can we get the harness alone and what do they cost? Is there a stock connector that the harness taps into the system? There is no seperate fog light control switch on his headlight switch, like my 2010, so assume they tap into a stock connector and are on whenever the headlights are on?
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