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Old 07-05-2009, 12:05 AM   #1
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fog lights

hi i got a 86 z28 and my fog lights stopped working a while back so i bought the bulbs today thinking it was that and nothing they dont work i heard there is a relay and fuse but i dont know the location... i was also told it could be the switch is there any way of testing where the problem is coming from? also the location of both the fuse and relay?


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Old 07-05-2009, 03:01 PM   #2
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Re: fog lights

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Re: fog lights

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Re: fog lights

i would say get a test light and try seeing if your getting any power to the lights themselves mine did that but i went out and baught new L.E.D lights for it
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HURRY - THE FOG IS ROLLING IN


The fuse is labeled FOG LPS and is located in the block where the other fuses are, on the lower right portion of the block.

The block is located in the knee bolster door.

There is a relay. It’s located to the left of the fuse block.

You’ll probably have to remove the bolster to gain access.

To use the fog lights you must have the marker lights on.

A quick (but not all inclusive) test of the switch is to remove the bolster and cycle the switch and listen for the relay.



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Fog lights are not driving lights. They look dorky. Turn em off slow pokes.

How bout those dorks too scared to drive without headlights on in the daytime!

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Re: fog lights

Because the wiring in vehicles is all wrapped up in bundles and frequently inaccessible, it is a WHOLE lot easier to troubleshoot electrical problems using a factory electrical manual.

Sometimes this is a separate book from the factory service manual. Sometimes it is a part of the factory service manual set of 3 or 4 books. These show everything on the circuit including relays, show fuses and what all is on each circuit or which fuses are for a particular circuit, locations of wiring, locations of connectors and devices, and wire colors and pin outs for connectors.

You can order a factory service manual set which should include the wiring diagrams from your dealer or here...
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Re: HURRY - THE FOG IS ROLLING IN

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The fuse is labeled FOG LPS and is located in the block where the other fuses are, on the lower right portion of the block.

The block is located in the knee bolster door.

There is a relay. It’s located to the left of the fuse block.

You’ll probably have to remove the bolster to gain access.

To use the fog lights you must have the marker lights on.

A quick (but not all inclusive) test of the switch is to remove the bolster and cycle the switch and listen for the relay.



Happy Racing!

If People Drove Any Slower They’d Be Going Backwards

Fog lights are not driving lights. They look dorky. Turn em off slow pokes.

How bout those dorks too scared to drive without headlights on in the daytime!

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I got the same problem just got used fog and put blubs I getting no power on fog lights fuse 30A/ 12V check all the plastic fuse except the two metal fuses there both 30A and cant tell if there good thanks
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