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Old 11-21-2012, 06:40 PM
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Warn 3.5 inch wireless fog lights

Hello everyone and Happy Thanksgiving! I have installed a new set of 3.5 inch fog lights on my windsheild. I am hoping that i installed them correctly! I connected the wires to the battery along with an additional wire to the positive terminal. ( which i followed right from the instructions). Doing just this, i was able to switch them on and off using a wirless remote control. ( without running a switch through the fire wall). My question is " was i supposed to do anything else" as far as connecting anything to the fuse box or anything like that? Im not too good at this stuff but i love trying! Im afraid that my battery might get drained if i did this wrong. Any thoughts? Thxx

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Old 11-21-2012, 11:38 PM   #2

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If you followed the directions and can turn them on & off, everything sounds good. I'm not familiar with these lights, since I have something else, is the circuit fused as provided? If so, life is good, If not I would suggest adding a 20 amp fuse to the main power line , close to the battery. The additional wire you added is probably the coil positive feed, it should have a 3 amp fuse, if it doesn't have one already. If you don't know if the circuits are fused, call Warn Tech Support, they can tell you, if & where the fuses are, & how to change them.

The only other comment I would have, regards an earlier post where the OP forgot his lights were on & he had his lens covers on as well. When he came back, he found the lens covers were melted. So... remember to turn your lights off...LOL

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Old 11-22-2012, 08:35 AM   #3
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Yup, sounds good. You could run the smaller control wire to an ignition source, like the fuse box, to prevent the lights from working without the key. I would leave it how it is, though. As said, make sure everything that connects to the light and battery has a fuse, pos and neg (but they should ground locally).
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Old 11-22-2012, 09:25 AM
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Thx guys! I feel much more comfortable now with your input! Good news is that the the car started this morning so no dead battery and no, i will not be putting those lens covers on just for that reason!!! Thx again
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