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Old 12-30-2010, 08:46 PM   #1
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IPF 968CSG fog lights...

IPF 868 & 968 Lights

Check these out does anybody know how to install these do I use factory wires, never wired up fog lights any help would be stellar

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Old 12-30-2010, 08:53 PM   #2
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I put two of those on my windshield and love them. I didn't have stock fog lights so I can't tell you if that worked. Find out to see if the power output on both are the same and if so then I do not see the problem. The IPFs are halogens so they are much brighter than the stock fogs, so the power needed for them is most likely different. If you feel more comfortable using the wires that come with it, then you could follow the stock wiring and do the exact same thing with the new wires. I hope this helps at all

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Use relays to be safe. Nothing worse than a wiring meltdown.
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I put two of those on my windshield and love them. I didn't have stock fog lights so I can't tell you if that worked. Find out to see if the power output on both are the same and if so then I do not see the problem. The IPFs are halogens so they are much brighter than the stock fogs, so the power needed for them is most likely different. If you feel more comfortable using the wires that come with it, then you could follow the stock wiring and do the exact same thing with the new wires. I hope this helps at all
Awesome! I'm glad you like them, just to clarify you did say that wires came with these right?
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just to clarify you did say that wires came with these right?
Yes, Myself and Mr. C have got several sets of these from Dirk at DPG....comes with everything. Wiring and switch.

Great product.
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Yes, Myself and Mr. C have got several sets of these from Dirk at DPG....comes with everything. Wiring and switch.

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Good deal thank you, That's what I needed Yeah Dirk at Dpg is a solid guy I bought my ipf headlights from him, I'm placing an order tomorrow thanks again
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Out of curiosity, where are you putting them?
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I am putting them on the front of my mini stinger, where these stock ones are
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I would leave those there. I think they look really good with the Jeep logo and all. You can put the other ones on your windshield. Let me know if you have any problems with the wiring
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I would leave those there. I think they look really good with the Jeep logo and all. You can put the other ones on your windshield. Let me know if you have any problems with the wiring
Thank you, I actually agree with you, I was thinking about it after I posted and wanted them on my windshield instead, I will most likely end up needing wiring help i'm no electrician talk to you soon haha

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