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03-15-2009 11:47 AM
N39-W120
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Originally Posted by Sb5551 View Post
I think the inspection is based on what state your in. I know in PA it all depends on the county.

I got busted when I modded my old Ram with the fogs here in Virginia

By the way, N39 your sig is awesome.
Thanks...
03-15-2009 11:10 AM
daanbc All I did was remove the three star shape screws that hold the front bulb in the housing of the fog. Disconnect the bulb, Take the bulb out by the wire=don't touch the bulb itself. Take needle nose pliers and bend the metal tab that's inside bulb. It breaks off REAL easy. Then pull in out. Put the bulb back in, connect the plug=wires. The srew the three screws back in and your done. The fogs are much more brighter. But they are still not focused to a point.
03-15-2009 10:59 AM
Schmo
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Originally Posted by daanbc View Post
This along with the mod of taking that little piece of metal out of the fog to make them brighter, are excellent.
I'm curious about this . . . is there a link that walks you thru the process?
03-15-2009 08:43 AM
MT2000
check this

I covered that very mod on my website....
goto

Fog Light Mod

hope that makes it clearer
03-15-2009 02:15 AM
pyro but the manner in which your headlights work or dont work can cause you to fail
03-15-2009 01:11 AM
Giancarlo a fuse cant make you fail it doesnt cause any codes
03-14-2009 11:59 PM
Sb5551
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Originally Posted by N39-W120 View Post
If you are in an area thar requires "safety inspections" this will cause the vehicle to fail.... keep a spare relay
I think the inspection is based on what state your in. I know in PA it all depends on the county.

By the way, N39 your sig is awesome.
03-14-2009 09:56 PM
wavebacktothetj Don't you love little tricks like that, glad I could help, welcome to the forum if I hadnt said that already
03-14-2009 09:55 PM
N39-W120 If you are in an area thar requires "safety inspections" this will cause the vehicle to fail.... keep a spare relay
03-14-2009 09:50 PM
daanbc Yeah it's behind the glove box. I just did it! Took me a whole minute! It's the relay on the right, and the #2 pin is the one you bend. THANKS!!! Now I can have just the fogs, or the highbeams and fogs. This along with the mod of taking that little piece of metal out of the fog to make them brighter, are excellent.
03-14-2009 09:47 PM
wavebacktothetj yes it is a relay
03-14-2009 09:44 PM
pyro
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Originally Posted by wavebacktothetj View Post
Heck yeah man it takes about 30 seconds, all you do is go under your hood and open your fuse box and pull the fuse in the middle thats closest to you and bend the #1 tab back, and plug it back in and your done

forgive me for sounding like a smart ass, but in my understanding of electricity, if you bend the tab back on a fuse, then it doesnt work. are you talking about a relay?
03-14-2009 09:38 PM
wavebacktothetj ok yours might be behind the glove box its the relay (Fog light relay) on the right I beleive, pull it out and put some muscle in it, it will be tight, then find pin #2 they are marked you just have to look close and bend it back around the side of the fuse so you can plug it in without it making a connection
03-14-2009 09:27 PM
daanbc Could you explain that better? I went to the fuse box under the hood, I see two fuse's one is square the other just a 20 amp fuse for fogs. Which one is it? I tried to pull the square one out, but its pretty tight. Did not want to break anything tonight.
03-14-2009 09:15 PM
wavebacktothetj Heck yeah man it takes about 30 seconds, all you do is go under your hood and open your fuse box and pull the fuse in the middle thats closest to you and bend the #1 tab back, and plug it back in and your done
03-14-2009 08:48 PM
daanbc
Fog lights on with high beams?

Is there a way to get the fogs on with the high beams? And also Just the fog's by themselves with no onther head lights? Just wondering. I figure someone might have figuered a trick or way to do it.

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