Well the power is received from the headlight switch. Blk Yel from switch to fog light relay Then another wire from dimmer switch RED/ORG from switch to Another Fog light relay. The red/org wire is the control for telling the 2nd fog light relay that the lights are on and in the low position.
The BRN/WHT at the switch should be hot all time. If no power there you got fuse blown. If fuse good then the relay is not working.
A good FSM will have a wiring section. I got one but can't figure out how to copy and paste the page you need.
park light relay is behind the dash next to the radio.
Grandson came by with the jeep, so we took the dash out, removed the radio, and still can't find a relay nowhere. Any other place it might be? One wiring diagram for a 94 says it is in the fuse box under the hood.
Take my word for it, there's not a fog relay under the hood on this 95. Now it could have been removed, there are 2 open slots, but the book shows nothing goes in those 2 ?
I'll just run new wire and relay for the fog lights.
i have FSM's for my 1995 YJ.... I just need to know easiest way to install a set of driving lights... so that they can be fully under my control. E.g., be able to turn them on with high beams on, turn them on without head lights on... etc.
if its a biaaaa****tch.... then just set me some guidelines to follow to get them installed period.
I have an inline fuse wired to the battery... and ive grounded off all circuits. I have my relay hooked up... i just really need the easiest way to pass the wire through my firewall to my switch... can anyone show me some pics of what i should be looking for as a passage route? Is taking my dash out absolutely necessary? Thanks.
if you can get to your switch it is not necessary..I would just run the wire through any hole I found or drill one where I wanted it to go through after making sure that where I wanted the hole was clear on the inside and I would be able to get to the wire to pull it on through