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  1. Termi 03

    Termi 03 Team Cobra Established Member

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    HOW TO VIDEO ON WIRING SN95 MUSTANG FOR PARKING LIGHTS AND FOG LIGHTS TO RUN WITHOUT HAVING YOUR HEADLIGHTS ON. NO SPLICING REQUIRED! EASY TO DO ONLY 5 MINUTES.:banana:


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    jmsa540 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Good video, this can't damage any other electrical components?
     
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    mwolson Gray beard Established Member

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    Will this mod still work if you dim the cabin lights? Looks to me like you won't have enough juice to drive the fog light relay...
     
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    YellowSVTCobra New Member Established Member

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    If you Dim the cabin lights it does not work.
     
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    9804SNAKES Member Established Member

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    Do you mind explaining what the wiring swap does that it affects the cabin lights, if you know of course? And also, when you say cabin lights, are you speaking of the dash lights? Those are the only lights I know that can be dimmed, using the headlight knob, that I can think of. Thanks :beer::beer:

    Also, aside from not having to splice, is there a benefit from the splice in method?
     
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    The wiring swap doesn't affect the cabin lights at all, but dimming the cabin lights will cause the mod to stop working.

    Cabin lights means all of the lights controlled by the dimmer knob, including the dash lights.

    Not sure I understand the question. The fog light mod at the top of this thread does not require splicing, whereas the other fog light mods do AFAIK. My mod comes the closest for a coupe in that it does not require a splice. My mod would require a splice if it were done in a convertible.
     
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    Or u could all remove a prong from the relay and have it work all the time without heSitance
     
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    mwolson Gray beard Established Member

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    Which prong?
     
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    Ill take a pic when I get home for ya I'm pretty sure it's the first prong towards the motor
     
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    Monster Mach Active Member Established Member

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    Here's the pic fellas [​IMG]
     
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    Monster Mach Active Member Established Member

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    And just to justify this is the fog light cut off relay!
     
  12. mwolson

    mwolson Gray beard Established Member

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    That is not the fog light relay for my 96. In my 96, the fog light relay is a Ford-FOAB-14B192-AA

    Here's the top view:

    Ford-FOAB-14B192-AA-Top_zpsd86b7667.jpg

    and the bottom view:

    Ford-FOAB-14B192-AA-Bottom_zpse81ab657.jpg

    I can't figure out which relay terminal you broke off. Looking at the schematics, I can't see how breaking off any of the relay terminals would make this mod work:

    Mustangfoglampswitch.gif
     
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    9804SNAKES Member Established Member

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    Thanks for the great response. The part about the splice I was asking was because I thought there was another way to get the fogs to come on that required a splice. I was asking what the benefit would be, aside from having to splice wires, if I did the other method which requires me to splice wires....meaning I don't mind splicing wires or using splice in connectors if I can accomplish the same result.
     
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    The other mods work regardless of the state of the dimmer knob.
     
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