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Old 07-09-2014, 11:40 PM   #1
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? Went mudding today and front end of my truck got buried in water and my fog light went out. Question is do you think I just have to replace my bulbs are the whole fog system.
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Both are out?

Check fuses, then use a volt meter to see if your getting power, then go from there.

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Check the bulbs and fuses and if both are good and lights still won't work try disconnecting the fog light connector from the harness and make sure you don't have water in the connectors. Do the same thing with bulb socket. If there is water in the connectors, either leave them disconnected for a bit and let them air dry or use compressed air. Use some dielectric grease when reconnecting. If they still won't turn on after all this use a volt meter and see if you're getting any power.

Almost every time I wash my truck my drivers side fog light will stop working from water getting in the connectors. But it always turns back on after I drive around for 15-20 min and it dries.
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