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Old 03-16-2007, 08:32 AM   #1
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Does anyone know where the parking light fuse is on a 96 LX Sedan? I can't seem to find it. I need to piggyback it so I can run my fog lights with just the parking lights on, instead of (the way I have it now) parking lights, head lights, and fogs. So if someone could tell me where that is located that would be excellent! Thanks!
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Underhood fuse panel Fuse #32 "small light" 15 amp
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Hey thanks a lot! Do you think running the fogs off of it will damage my alarm relay? I wouldn't want to do that!
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Well this is kind of annoying. I tried to connect the fog lamps to the fuse you told me about (it was indeed correct) using a piggyback fuse deal for accessories such as fog lights and stuff. I was hoping that by doing this I would be able to run my running lights with my fogs without actually using the headlights. To no success. I don't know why it didn't work. I don't under stand it. Anyways, so I'm back to square one.
Anyone know how I can make the fogs come on with the running lights? I could just have two separate switches, but then I'd have to remember to shut off two separate switches! And eventually I want my fog lights to flash with my running lamps when I arm and disarm the alarm on my car.
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