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So I cut out the fog light holes and bought a smal set of aftermarket fogs to go in them. However, I am not sure where to ground them at. Any ideas? I am not the most electrical saavy guy... :eek:)
 

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Just about any bolt or nut on the frame can be used. Or you can go directly to one of the battery ground wires. Or you can use a self drilling screw. Just don't drill into any tubes, radiator or power steering cooler. Sand the paint off from under the nut or screw head to get the best ground.:m2:
 

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Just about any bolt or nut on the frame can be used. Or you can go directly to one of the battery ground wires. Or you can use a self drilling screw. Just don't drill into any tubes, radiator or power steering cooler. Sand the paint off from under the nut or screw head to get the best ground.:m2:
yup yup :iagree:

just a little confuzzled as to why this is under northwest :undecided :crazy:
 

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yup yup :iagree:

just a little confuzzled as to why this is under northwest :undecided :crazy:
I live in the NW and might need some help with it from one of the local guys. I got under the car yesterday and tried everything. Anyone local have a volt meter? Maybe I just got a bum pair of lights?!
 

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I would be glad to help you out at the meet if you still have not figured it out by then. I've wired many fog lights in my short life.:cool:
 

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Ill bring my tools (and Digital multimeter) to the meet as well. Havent done fog lights but Ive done a bunch of other wiring on my TB.
 

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I have a 04 trailblazer and put HI D'S in for fogs and my right one won't come on. Good light but it's a ground issue and I do t know where the ground wire is for it. Any suggestions in how to find it or what to do?
 
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