Good job! No prob
I originally installed my fog lights with the help from a friend about 8-9 months ago. The setup is to have the fogs on/off independently. Like I previously said the fog light power wire is straight to the battery(roughly 12v) so I'm thinking maybe it's too much power going directly to the switch, even with the fuse/relay being in between the power and the toggle switch? So far I've been using a 30 amp manual switch with a red on-light indicator telling me whether they are on or off. It's a 3 prong toggle consisting of the usual wires for functionality (earth, supply, and load) So I guess my major concern is why did my cheapy replica switch ( which might not be so cheap because its the same toggle switch collegehillshonda sells with the OEM fogs.) burn up after a few months of using it? Also the relay melted in a few spots as well. So overall the wire was pulling too much juice or what?
so instead of cutting the orange wire, you could just splice into it and run it to the purple wire on the stalk?In the pic that labels wire A (from relay) and wire B (from dash) connect the two to avoid that switch I added in... Now your fogs will light with only your stalk switch on your steering wheel.
Thank you to everyone who try this and succeed. Need help, feel free to pm me. I'm glad to help.