This is the plug you will plug into your factory switch. You should use the wiring harness that comes in the fog lamp kit, you can find a way to use your factory dash switch to trigger the relay. In the instructions it says to put the 2 white wires in ports 23 and 24 in the green C3 connector but the problem is there is a grey wire already in port 24. Compare to the headlight wiring, 16 gauge. Please Read Proposition 65 Warning In The Description.
Really does improve the crappy headlamps that come with these trucks. I know this is an old thread but has anybody found the connectors or solderless ends that go in the c4 connector for the tipm i have the jumper wire from a salvage yard that had lights but no conectors to go into the tipm i hate to spend another 60 to 70 dollars when i have the wire. The big difference is that the Hella version uses an H3 bulb. I swapped to the sport bumper and it has the factory fog lights in it. About an hour and a half to complete. Can I buy the 1500 kit and put in on the 2500? Please Read Proposition 65 Warning In The Description.
You'll be able to tell where you can put the holes to allow for clearance to make adjustments to beam height etc. I swapped to the sport bumper and it has the factory fog lights in it. In this video, 1A Auto shows you how to remove, disconnect, replace the underhood light wiring harness. Good upgrade from stock without having to cut any wires, just plug and play. Since 1918, Dorman Products has supplied the automotive aftermarket with high-quality replacement parts, hardware and fasteners. A place like Pep Boys can even install it for you.
I had a hell of a time, I learned it all the hard way. You will also need the foglight brackets to attach the light to the bumper. The stock lights are 37. Will it blow a fuse? Seems like a nice solution to me. I have done this on my 2009 1500 and now on my 2012 2500.
I'm not sure what to do with the grey wire. It is the sole responsibility of the viewer to assume this risk. These fog light wiring harnesses install easily to replace the original connected plugs. It connects into the tipm. All that you need from the dealer is the dash switch.
Comes in clear plastic lens. This is all but guaranteed to protect your factory wiring from any damage due to higher wattage needs. You will also need the foglight brackets to attach the light to the bumper. Shop for brand new fog lights for a safer journey! Anyways, I did find this same info elsewhere, now I just have to get it flashed by Dodge to get them working just nuts that the computer can't 'find' the wiring I installed and just turn the damn things on by itself, I thought we were in the computer age here? Use the original wiring only to trigger the relay. Installed easily with no problems.
Putco fog light wiring harnesses are designed to be heat-proof to temperatures of more than 480 degrees F for added protection with high-wattage bulbs. Will it fry the relay? The lights will get full voltage from the battery controlled by the relay, and the original wiring will have a lighter load to trigger the relay. I do have the brackets, so I'll check those part numbers and go from there. The 1500 kit works, but you will need the opening in the bumper, brackets to hold the fogs in, and the fogs themselves. Use the heavier wiring with the kit to hook the lights to the relay and feed the relay from a power tap off the battery fused of course.
I was going to order the mopar fog light kit but if i can get away with just the jumper cable and switch its much cheaper. I getting the sales code added to my truck tomorrow. You have no wiring harness in the 2500. Has anyone done this before. It connects into the tipm. Your tipm should be the same so the connections at that point should be the same. I getting the sales code added to my truck tomorrow.
So, you'll end up with a fog lamp that not only looks like a factory piece, but is actually more powerful. I had to show the mechanic who programmed the sales code in where the C4 connector was and what pin numbers those 2 wires go into. Wish I had found this thread before I started installing my fogs a few days back. They also say it would void the warranty fish You'll have to check your truck to see if it has the same wiring harnesses and couplings, then you'll know. I was going to order the mopar fog light kit but if i can get away with just the jumper cable and switch its much cheaper. By the way, the lights look very nice, better than the factory ones! Hopefully it will go as well this time as before. Xenon factory lights is what Ram trucks should come with standard.