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Adding factory fog lights 14

Discussion in '2011-2014 V6 Mustang Tech' started by Sparky9445, Jun 17, 2014.

  1. Sparky9445

    Sparky9445 New Member

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    I'm new to the forum & apologize if the subject has already been discussed. I've added the auto headlight switch & am wondering if now the factory fog lights are a "plug & play" install or if additional parts are needed. Thanx
     
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    if you have all of the wiring in the car then I would assume so, if not then I would assume you need to do some wiring. Sorry if these seems like a dumb answer, I do not know much regarding your model year.
     
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    Thanks Derfdog15! I need a free weekend to check it out. Just wondering if anyone has done this yet.
     
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    Have you tried searching to see what the wiring harness in stock trim contains? And possibly calling/contacting Ford or your local service department to confirm whether or not that portion of the harness exists? If you do not have fog lights at all then I imagine you will have the harness to a point and then need to fabricate or buy the additional connection/harness portion, and implement the relays and such so that it is controlled properly in relation to high beam operation as well as powered properly.
     
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    Thanks Derfdog15! After some internet research and talking to a couple of Techs it seems the Starkey kit is the most reliable option. A little pricy but prolly best option.
     
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    Sounds good man, good luck with it! I loved the addition of my foglights when I did the terminator front bumper swap!