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      08-29-2012, 02:18 AM   #44
BMRLVR
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Originally Posted by beach bimmer View Post
Do to NW weather and road conditions, I felt the need for fog lights. Here's my solution.
I started the project by following the DIY for activating the rear fog lights and went ahead and enabled the front switch as well. I then installed the new lights in the "felt boxes". They are easy access by removing a few screws and then popping out. To complete the wiring I took the car to Car Toys in Portland, OR. They informed me that the factory front fog switch componets are incomplete internally so they installed the aftermarket switch that you see on the left of the main switch.
The system works great. Just respect curbs!
You should have bought an Audi if you wanted LED DRL's

Honestly though, it is definitely not my thing, but if you find them effective and you like them, good job!...... At least you put some effort into trying to do a clean install!!!
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