Factory Fog Light Switch

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Outstanding info, this is exactly how I wired mine up
Do recall which wire on the fog harness was power (+) and ground (-)? About to go figure that out now and thought I'd check if someone had the quick answer.


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Unfortunately, a few really helpful posts in this thread were lost with d2dhanover's account being deleted. Some info provided that was really helpful and is no longer in this thread was some info on the plug for the existing factory fog wire harness tucked under the bumper shackle. It has an existing cap/plug end that is being used to keep the end water poof, and it can be re-used to connect the fog light to the factory harness. Looks like this:

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Ballinger Motor Sports carries the parts (male pins and seals) needed to convert the existing cap into a usable water proof connection.

https://www.bmotorsports.com/shop/a...search_in_description=1&keywords=+CONN-100986

The males pins are: CONN-100986
https://www.bmotorsports.com/shop/product_info.php/products_id/4568

The seals are: CONN-56057
https://www.bmotorsports.com/shop/product_info.php/products_id/486


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Outstanding info, this is exactly how I wired mine up
I was going to use standard Weather Pack pins and seals. Will WP work or should I order these specific parts?
 

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Do recall which wire on the fog harness was power (+) and ground (-)? About to go figure that out now and thought I'd check if someone had the quick answer.
Yes actually 6 posts back in this thread is the colors but for clarity and direction:

Yellow with Orange stripe is the power for the right side light
Brown is the power for the left side light
 

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Sadly I wish I had this before I did my install.. ended up lopping these off and putting a more common 2pin waterproof connection in its place.
 

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Wrong part in the box? I think was sent the wrong one. :poop:😭

This is suppose to be the truck version with front and rear fog. ML3Z-11654-CA but the back says ML3T-13D061-CBW



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I have only been able to find the single front fog that enables the swap as originally posted by bee bop. That part number is ML3Z-11654-DA .

I ordered it and received and it works awesome for front fogs ONLY.
So….thinking I was smart, I also ordered
ML3Z-11654-CA . Crash and burn 🔥.
Not even close.
The first 4 alpha numerical set is the vehicle - 11654 is head light switch / interrupter and the -XX is the configuration. I have not found any ML3Z -11654-?? To allow us too go to a dual fog. . If you go to Tasca auto parts on line and searchM2DZ -11654-CAyou will find the only pictorial ( that I have found) of what you and 14 others are trying to purchase. 2 each of the January Backlog orders I know are mine. The Ford inventory system has put the demand in place for these. I recommend you ask @Phil to place one on order and just be patient for the supply chain to catch up. When it does, we can all customize with our personal preferences for updates to rear lighting.
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This is what I got. Go figure. Same as my Bronco ex the puddle lights. No fog, nada.


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Brice,
I did finally get a dual fog switch. Are you trying to add the dual as well or just need a single?
Regards,
George

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Here’s a single fog without puddle lights.....
Take note that it doesn’t have a connector to add the puddle module (at screw driver )

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I was reading through the novella that is this post and it sounded like there was a solution for Bronco owners whose models did not have the factory foglight option. We're to pull plug C209 I believe? Did we get confirmation on ports on the plug that needed to be pinned for power?

After that, it's just installing an ML3Z-11654-DA or -CA and turning the appropriate options on in the bios?

Also when the fuck did we start needing to know Python and Ruby to work on our trucks? Kinda makes me miss the old TJs where the most electronic thing on there was your cell phone.
 

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So I looked on my Badlands and I think I see the wiring but can it be pulled down? What is everyone doing to get to this?
 

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Brice,
I did finally get a dual fog switch. Are you trying to add the dual as well or just need a single?
Regards,
George

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Dual Please. Any suggestions? I am going to call and see if they can get me the correct part.
 

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Following. Looking to do this once mine actually shows. Thank you guys for figuring this out
 

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Here are some pictures of the rear fog light I just picked up.

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Debating between this or an after-market, have you put 12v to it to see how bright it is?

It mounts in the rear center of steel bumpers available in Badlands and up trims only . Not in Outerbanks and down with Plastic bumpers . There are diagrams here on the site . A pre wire for rear fog is in the Lux harness with lots of info here as well. The connector is located behind left rear tire that you need to tap into.
When you say behind the tire, are you talking from underneath or from inside behind the plastic trim?
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