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Old 03-30-2003, 10:59 PM   #1
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Yellow fogs

Guys im thinking of getting the square yellow fogs they sell, i just have one question... Are they hard to install, connections wise?
All help appreciated....
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Old 03-31-2003, 02:50 PM   #2
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if you already have fogs you can just use 16.5 mil thickness yellow film and you will have the yellow colour and protection all in one. Check out ricochetprotects.com for info.

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could you do that with a baby blue film???

I think that whould look a little better... Yellow is cool though, its like the Laguna Seca cars
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no, my car USED to have fogs, but not anymore....
So, is it hard to install them?
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i dont think so, if there is wire hanging for fogs, then use a flow meter to check for voltage, when the fog switch is on, other wise just buy a kit and do the install. not very hard.

let us kow what happens
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i dont think so, if there is wire hanging for fogs, then use a flow meter to check for voltage, when the fog switch is on, other wise just buy a kit and do the install. not very hard.

let us kow what happens
ok thanx, and yes i do have the original fog lights switch(since my car used to have them), so ill prob try to see if i can reconnect it, if not, then ill use the switch they give you....
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