Wiring for fog lights 94 SC

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by wavy, Aug 10, 2006.

  1. wavy

    wavy Guest

    95 SC2 I bought came without fog/driving lights, so I bought a pair of
    lights from someone "parting out" their car. They included the panel
    switches, which plug right into my electrical without modification.
    They even gave me a cut off pigtail which was identical to my wiring
    anyway. The panel light "works" ie. the indicating light comes on when
    I press it - only when my parking lights and/or headlights are on.
    BUT the fuse panel inserts for fuses and relays are absent, as well as
    the wiring that would splice into the main harness - although the
    seller did give me a 2 foot section of "pigtail" off the bulb mounts.
    How to hook it all up remains illusive.

    Hey Lane -
    Could you post links for some of those excellent technical
    wavy, Aug 10, 2006
  2. wavy

    Lane Guest


    I don't know of anything online that could help you in this project. But a
    Haynes or Chilton manual for your car from any auto parts store ($10) would
    surely have a diagram of the circuit as it exists in cars that came from the
    factory with foglamps. Otherwise, you may have to pick up a relay and some
    wire and create your own.

    Lane [ lane (at) evilplastic.com ]
    Lane, Aug 11, 2006
  3. wavy

    wavy Guest

    Where did these come from??


    I was hoping for the same..... I do have a Haynes manual. It does have
    wiring diagrams, but they arent very good as actual "schematics". I
    cant figure out how the wiring from the lamps would splice into or
    integrate into the "rest of the harness".

    wavy, Aug 11, 2006
  4. wavy

    Lane Guest

    Where did these come from??

    I found these diagrams on the web or in this newsgroup over the years and
    just recycled them.

    Lane [ lane (at) evilplastic.com ]
    Visit my Saturn Car Audio and Performance Page at http://www.evilplastic.com

    Lane, Aug 11, 2006
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