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Electrical Connectors on Core Support 99 4x4


glovemeister

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So I've been looking for factory fog wiring.

I notice on driver and passenger side, an existing round factory plug. Close to this there is a round plug that runs over to the hubs, on each side. I am assuming it is some thing that verifies the hubs are locked in. And a larger unused square plug on one side.

For those with factory fogs, where does your wiring run?

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The fog light connectors are normally nearby behind the headlights. Connectors down by the wheels would probably be for 4-wheel abs wheel sensors. Not sure about the square connector you mentioned. Pictures would be helpful.

If you can get an EVTM or factory wiring manual for your truck, that would tell you. These manuals are often available on eBay.
 


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