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Old 10-06-2008, 12:13 PM
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Re: DIY: Using OEM Fog Switch with Civic Harness and Foglights

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very clean i had my fogs professionally installed but they used the civic switch that came with the fogs and it as we all know it doesnt fit like its suppose to lol is it still possible to switch the civic switch to an oem accord switch??? cuz my switch looks crappy, i fitted it in myself some how lol straight up micky mouse lol
This will work with any harness, but the wiring I have shown is for the 01-03 Civic Fog Harness. If that's what you have, then follow the DIY. If that's not what you have, then do it anyways - the wires will still work. I used a civic switch until I did this, so yes you can still do it anytime.

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Re: DIY: Using OEM Fog Switch with Civic Harness and Foglights

thanks,

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Re: DIY: Using OEM Fog Switch with Civic Harness and Foglights

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Re: DIY: Using OEM Fog Switch with Civic Harness and Foglights

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The other thread was just to gather information... which didn't really help much, as the only person who actually knew anything was Han****d (Thanks!).



Mods: can you delete that other thread please.
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Re: DIY: Using OEM Fog Switch with Civic Harness and Foglights

thanks for the instructions, the pictures help a lot, i will be doing this very soon!
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Re: DIY: Using OEM Fog Switch with Civic Harness and Foglights

i got the ebay 01-02 fogs for the sadan.. is the harness the same as the civic?
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Re: DIY: Using OEM Fog Switch with Civic Harness and Foglights

DT713, I am not sure about that.. can someone confirm this? Regardless though, the number of wires should be the same, and the switch should connect in the same fashion.
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Re: DIY: Using OEM Fog Switch with Civic Harness and Foglights

hm.. im getting my 01-03 civic fogs 2mrorow so ima need ur help on clarifying some things nikita lol.
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Re: DIY: Using OEM Fog Switch with Civic Harness and Foglights

If it's something that's been already covered in this thread, just PM me please.
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Re: DIY: Using OEM Fog Switch with Civic Harness and Foglights

ill talk to u on aim when i get them 2mrorow. its about the wiring part. o_O
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