Bosch fog/flood's need properly wired

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Bosch fog/flood's need properly wired

Postby Zebruken » Thu May 18, 2017 8:11 am

Do any of you have insights into the wiring of the flood/fog lights. I have 2 plugs with 3 wires in each. But the Bosche lights on my van only have 2 wires (power & ground).

Were the stock flood/fogs a high/low beam?

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Bosch fog/flood's need properly wired

Postby Morgonzo » Thu May 18, 2017 12:04 pm

what year l300? On my 88 the fogs are not Hi/Lo switchable, but is only an Exceed. I don't know if that was an option on the Super and Royal trim levels but I doubt it. It'd be cool though :-) I've never had my fog's apart but it looks like a one bulb/one clip affair. My fog's are labeled MM400 Magnum if that helps.
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Bosch fog/flood's need properly wired

Postby Overlanderjay » Thu May 18, 2017 11:16 pm

Are you sure your dealing with stock Mitsubishi wiring or aftermarket wiring Delis never came with high/low foglights Cheers Jay
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