Plug and play fog lights

StingJL918

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Installed the Go Rhino stubby front bumper and two @InspiredEngineering cube lights with plug and play floods to replace the fogs. I had to remove the harness from the old plastic bumper for the plug and play to work, but it works like a charm by pushing the fog light button on the dash.

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How are the fogs behind the mesh grill? Do they still look as good as the oem fogs?
 

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How are the fogs behind the mesh grill? Do they still look as good as the oem fogs?
I think they look and work great. There are four different places to bolt the the cubes to and with the kit they work with the oem fogs. I replaced the fogs with floods and put spots up higher.
 

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I tried to attach higher wattage LED lights to the LED light plug under the front bumper and noticed that the lights cut out after a few second. Looks like there is some kind of protection circuit? Has anybody else noticed this?
What you will want to do is use the fog light power as a feed for a relay that then powers your light bar from a straight 12v source from battery. You can do that by: cutting off the fog light plug and using the raw wires, or use an online crimp adapter to tap into the hot wire, or find a two output pigtail to feed your relay.

Basically use this logic: when you turn on your fog lights, it activated a relay. That essentially is the function that turns on a switch to allow power from a separate source to power the light bar.

This won't harm the factory wiring, cause those weird power drops (also potentially burning up wires or blowing fuses)
 

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