denzele

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About denzele

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  • Toyota Model
    Yaris Hatcback 2007
  • Toyota Year
    2007
  • Location
    Queensland

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    Denis
  1. Thanks mate . I think I will run all new wiring and set up a switch inside for fog lights . Probably will have to get all new wiring harness to fit this one . Thanks again .
  2. Hi there jeffy thanks for that . It definitely helps a lot . Unfortunately I'm missing part where you use red wire that comes from fog lights itself that suppose to go on battery . If you look closely on my picture there there is a white plug that connects them and then it goes all the way to relay on the left . Very confusing to be honest . Normally you should have red wire close one to the fog lights that will go to battery and black wire to ground it somewhere close . Then switch that is inside car should also have it's own red wire and ground black one to power switch when needed . This more likely looks to me like that I need to plug some of this plugs somewhere to get everything working instead of manually wiring . Something like OEM maybe . Ahh well will keep researching . Thanks jeffy....😀
  3. No worries mate 😄. I'll try to do a bit more research before doing anything .
  4. Hi there . Owner of Toyota Yaris 2007 Hatchback and Corolla 2008 Sedan . Always looking to learn something new about my cars . Willing to share my knowledge should any of you guys need it . Cheers
  5. Hi everyone Hoping someone can help me out here . Trying to install fog lights on Yaris 2007 Hatchback that I got from ebay . They are marked as TY170A or something like that . Everything is included pretty much switch,relay wiring etc... Would really appreciate if someone can guide me how to properly install this . My Yaris is not pre-wired for fog lights . I have some basic knowledge where to to connect wiring but here it seems that there is more plugs to be plugged somewhere and I'm not sure . Any help would be really appreciated .