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THANK YOU SO MUCH



I am going to attempt it in a week or so (when I get back from business trip) and hopefully be able to achieve it.



The relay part now I am understanding. The part where you say "if it needs a fuse or not," I will read a bit more and see what comes of it



I will keep updated this post


You’re welcome my friend..

The relay part is a signal,, don’t think where is any risk or something to fuse this section.

I will recommend to do it directly without a fuse.. I did it before and used it more than a year without any issues.

Plus, I am a Mechanic engineer (instructor)
I mean I said what logic to me in a knowledge way ..


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THANK YOU SO MUCH



I am going to attempt it in a week or so (when I get back from business trip) and hopefully be able to achieve it.



The relay part now I am understanding. The part where you say "if it needs a fuse or not," I will read a bit more and see what comes of it



I will keep updated this post


You’re welcome my friend..

The relay part is a signal,, don’t think where is any risk or something to fuse this section.

I will recommend to do it directly without a fuse.. I did it before and used it more than a year without any issues.

Plus, I am a Mechanic engineer (instructor)
I mean I said what logic to me in a knowledge way ..


If I am wrong, someone will correct me indeed.




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Re: GCC countries OEM Foglights

Working on install now.
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Thank you for any and all help.



This is what I have.



1) OEM Fog lights

2) OEM black bumper pads

3) Switch

4)PT297-35070-SH Harness to Switch

5) PT297-35070-LH Harness to Lights



From my LIMITED understanding, I need a "relay" and "15 amp" fuse. Problem seems to be confusing. The relay is for AUX light since USA doesn't have fogs. People say AUX light makes my fog light go ON only with high beam. There is some work around (which I still am searching). Thus also confused on relay part.


Excellent ،، you have the full set except the:
The “relay" and "15 amp" fuse.

About the relay: I thing they call it a micro relay (not sure about that). You can get Hella or other brands instead of the expensive Toyota.

About the installation very easy: check the oem PDF here:

http://www.lastgreatroadtrip.com/wp-...ts-install.pdf

You just deal with this pdf as a Fog lights instead of Aux lights .. also the same with the switch location.

And about the length of the last harness (to the lights itself) I don’t know if the modified it to reach the fog lights or not. Put if not then you need to redoing it. To make it reach the left and right corners.. easy to do..


There is two extra wires behind the switch harness (it is for the switch orange lights) like the other switches around it. The switch will operate without it indeed. This two separate wires need a - and + from any switch Around it,,






About the fog\aux light go ON only with high beam.. this problem also in Tacoma and Toyota cars.. easy fix::

For me I bend the signal pin in the relay and provide a positive signal from any place inside the relay box (in the engine bay).
Super easy..




I did like this one but without a fuse. Don’t think you need here a fuse at all.





This mod will let my fog lights work on / off with the low beam, and when you turn the lights to high beam . The fog lights will shut off...


hope this help, and anything else just ask, we here for you


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The harness from bumper wing light to by the relay box plug is not long enough
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Re: GCC countries OEM Foglights

Mods completed today:

1) drilled holes for fog light wiring. Had to extend oem AUX light wiring

2) wire the relay- so instead of fog working when high beam on (as toyota wanted), now fog works completely independent of all lights Big thanks to @jkjet @sni511per

3) add android auto and apple car play outlets

4) wire the fog light button so green indicator works when light is on

5) wire the foglight with other switches (rear diff lock), so that fog light button is orange when headlights are on like all instrument lights


Last mod left : ordered one more button- so that there are no more blanks
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