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Old 02-14-2011, 10:05 AM
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Icon5 Front fog light wiring?

First of all, my car is a European 1993, 2.0i S KG Prelude.

I've tried to figure this out but my logic-skills aren't propably quite enough. I'm sure this is easy for somebody here.

I changed my dash harness when putting in the EL cluster. Now I don't have the plug for the fog lights anymore which used to be in that harness. With the US model with EL cluster the plug is on the center console, so there's no plug for me anymore, and I don't want to splice into the stock harness.

So what I thought is that I'll put front fog lights with their own wiring.

I want (and need) to wire them so they are on with LOW BEAM ONLY. It would be easy to wire if they don't need to turn off with the high beam, but this way it seems too strange for me. I also want my stock rear fog light to light up with both low and high beam, which I think I can wire. So what's causing me trouble is that how should I wire the new fog lights...

I don't know if I can figure out the working principle of, for an example, the "dimmer relay", which I think is for cutting the ground of the high beams. I do have some Normally-Open, Normally-Closed and Change-Over -relays. Here's the diagram for the lighting system, if anybody could e.g. draw the needed relays and wiring, it would make me very grateful.



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Re: Front fog light wiring?

I can't really redraw the system, but if I get what you're saying here's my advice:

-our lows dont turn off when when kick the high beams on, so no easy off for your fogs unless...
-you wire a relay that kills them off the power provided from the highs, but I have no idea what you would call that. I guess that would be the 'normally open' relay you speak of, and would just need to be wired into the positive off the high beams

hope that helps...but it sounds like you know what you're doing
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