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Topic: HOW-TO: Add Fog Lights to a Sequoia SR5 (Lighted)
Sanchez
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posted 02-14-2002 02:16 PM
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Thanks to Shweggy and others I have a "cleaner" way to add fogs to the Seq. SR5 and how to "LIGHT" the switch...
This way was better than running wires all the way down to the fog lamps...

Installing the Fog Light Switch
Remove the (4) 10mm bolts that hold on the lower dash panel. Now with a little effort, the panel will pull out. Let it hang down. Remove the panel with the FL switch and the panel light dimmer switch, by pulling towards you. Only clips hold this in. Locate the GREEN wire on the back of the panel light dimmer switch.
Using 16 gauge wire, Splice the GREEN wire and feed it to both the #2 and #3 pins. Use a flip over type wire splice connector to connect this.
You can just use a large female connector which will fit over both.
FOG LIGHT SWITCH
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|..2....3.............4..|
|........................|
|........................|
|..1..................5..|
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Splice the GREEN & WHITE wire and send it to #1 pin. Use a flip over type wire splice connector to connect this
FOG LIGHT SWITCH
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|..2....3.............4..|
|........................|
|........................|
|..1..................5..|
Now run about 3 to 4 feet of 16 gage wire from the #4 pin out to the engine compartment through the rubber firewall grommet. This wire connects to relay slot #1 (see relay instructions)
Pull out the blank in the panel next to the dimmer switch and push in the tundra fog light switch. You may have to snip off a little stub on one side of the switch for it to slide in, but once you slide it in it will snap into place.

Wiring the Relay
Use a 30 amp driving light relay with a screw hole for mounting.
Some relays have two light posts one for each individual light and some have one post that you just split the wire to go to each light. Here is a diagram of the relay wiring.
|.......1....................|
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|...2..............3..4....|
|...........5................|

#1. From Fog Light Switch..
#2 To hot screw on post in engine fuse box. Use crimp on ring connector. In this wire, about 5 inches from the terminal, installed an inline fuse holder with a 15amp fuse.
#3 & 4 from pink fog light wires on harness.
#5 To ground on fender wall.

Wiring the Fog Lights
Next to the engine compartment (outside) there is a bundle of wires without the black plastic wire loom, locate the pink wires. (Pink with silver marks)
There are 4 pink wires -2 with a single silver band and the other 2 with dual silver bands. You will also notice that for the two pink wires with a single band, one is thicker than the other. The same is true for the pink wires with dual bands.
Here are the two wires you need:
1. The THINNER pink wire with ONE SILVER BAND
2. The THICKER pink wire with DUAL SILVER BANDS
These wires (pink with silver marks for driver side and pink with dual silver marks for the passenger side) can be traced from the lamp connector up to the relays and fuses box in the engine compartment. I placed my relay close to this box so I can use the existing fog lamp wires.
Cut them and connect them to the relay, using slot #3 and one to slot #4.
Connect slot #5 to the power terminal in the relays and fuses box in the engine compartment. In this wire, about 5 inches from the terminal, installed a fuse holder with a 15amp fuse.
Pop out black plastic plugs in fog light holes from behind, and just push in fog lights till they snap in.
Just plug in the connectors and your done....

Looks and sounds complicated but it is an easy Mod..
I can e-mail yall the info you the info if you need it!

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Sanchez,
Finally Here She Is!!


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