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Old 28 Feb 2012, 10:13 pm
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Default Fog light switch. question

Hope this the right forum. I am a newby..
I have 2003 Classic (no fog lights)

found a donor PT at a "you pull it" lot. and got the fog lamps and the complete correct combo switch . It appears there is wiring for the fog lights in the spot they will go. .

my questions:

1. is can I swap out the "new" combo switch with the original. is the plug in the steering wheel wired and ready to go for fog lights?

2. and also is the fuse box ready to go if I add a fuse to the right spot?
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Old 28 Feb 2012, 10:32 pm
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Default Re: Fog light switch. question

I feel stupid!!! just found about a zillion posts about the mutifunction switch. My question has been answered.. I will dig further next time before posting a question..
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