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Rear Fog Light on a Boxster


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:( I bought a bulb to install on the right side of the car to have 2 rear fog lights instead of one like it's standard. What was my surprise when I installed the bulb was to realize that there is no power ( electricity ) in the right socket for the rear fog light. How come I can't have 2 rear fog lights and what should I do to have a second rear fog light on the right side of my car ?

Thanks for your infos. :)

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:( I bought a bulb to install on the right side of the car to have 2 rear fog lights instead of one like it's standard. What was my surprise when I installed the bulb was to realize that there is no power ( electricity ) in the right socket for the rear fog light. How come I can't have 2 rear fog lights and what should I do to have a second rear fog light on the right side of my car ?

Thanks for your infos. :)

You will need to run a wire from the left side to the right to get the power (hot) during rear fog switch activation. You should be able to get a ground on the right side. Check with a voltage meter or a test light to see which wire is hot and which is ground. someone here like tool pants can probably give you the color code.

Many folks have done it over the years. I have been contemplating doing it myself just to give myself something to do when I am bored and not at the track or AX. :drive: :oops:

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