Want to put in fog lights, in stock location, do not have them. :help:
Just go over to your local builders supply rental store, get a 4" hole saw! I did that on my 97 Dakota. Looks champ! (I actually never ended up puttin in foglights, just left em open...) I thinks the R/T might get some HID aux driving lights if I can find em.Ol' Fart said:The '99 D comes prewired for the foglights. If you want to maintain the factory look, you'll have to replace the light switch, which will give you the pull-on feature. It is just a plug-in, very easy to do. The hardest part about this is cutting the holes in the front valance.
That is why its a good idea to pull juice for the relay from the parking lamp circuit. There is nearly zero amperage to run the relay and your fog lights will turn off with the parking lamps if you happen to leave the switch on. I did this with my HellaFF75's...obviously works with any aftermarket lighting.The only thing that's a pain is if you forget to turn them off when you turn the truck off, no warning chime by doing it this way.
probally be cheaper to go to the junkyard and git themjmaack727 said:the kit dodge sells is crap, it looks unprofessional installed, your wires are already there for fogs, their under the radiaror, take your light switch out, the 2 wire plug is for your fogs, place a relay in the spot under the hood, and then go buy 4 screws extremely easy, I did this to mine if you need any pics or anything i can take some pictures, installing the older style fogs to the bumper involves removing front bumper, since they mount to the metal part, a 4 inchhole saw will work however you will still have to trim about a .25 inch around, they arent exactly 4 inches wide, anyway its very easy to do