or you can rewire with larger wire so you get a little more power going to them then just run them to a switch inside. i usually replace or rewire my fogs so i know they are getting the most power so they will be as bright as they can be. just like of you make a new headlight harness with larger AWG wire you will actuall get brighter light. the factory is the smallest, cheapest wire they can get away with.
The reason behind it is some states regulate that fog lights must only operate with low beams.
I think it might actually be a federal rule. IIRC, the rule is you cannot have more than three sets of lights operating at any one time. So for example, you have your parking lights, fog lights, and/or low/high beams.
Scott - '98 TJ (Purchased 11.2006) - 131k Miles (20k mine)
i know in canada thats the law.....like if ya get caught runnin your extra "off-road" lights on the road depending on which pig you get you may or maynot get a ticket and if they really like ya maybe even a VI
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