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#21 of 70 Here is for Highlander
Sep 24, 2003 (5:15 am)
DTI Color Vehicle Color Location
Yellow BLACK/WHITE IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS *
Blue BLACK IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Green BLACK.YELLOW IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
White PINK IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Orange GREEN/WHITE AT SWITCH ABOVE BRAKE PEDAL
Green WHITE/GREEN IN A 28-PIN PLUG AT THE ECM **
Yellow GREEN (+) DRIVER'S KICK PANEL
Yellow RED/BLUE (-) AT HEADLIGHT SWITCH
OEM Alarm Disarm:
Brn/Wht RED THAT CHANGES TO BLUE (-) STEERING COLUMN HARNESS ***
Diesel Glow Plug:
Red/Black ARMS WITH LOCKS
Clutch Bypass Wire:
#22 of 70 2004 Toyota Sienna LE - Fog Lights
Sep 29, 2003 (8:43 am)
Has any one isntalled after market fog lights for Sienna?
#23 of 70 foglight rocker switch - Toyota Highlander
Oct 01, 2003 (6:23 pm)
Thanks for all the assistance in getting my fog lights installed on my Toyota Highlander. One last problem. I am using a Toyota rocker switch with three leads on it and an LED. The leads, I am sure, are connected properly but the LED continues to glow with the switch in the off position and the power in the car on. The lights work fine. Is there something else that I have not done properly?
#24 of 70 responding to iluv_wheels
Oct 01, 2003 (6:28 pm)
See my Highlander posts. If the Sienna is similar to the HL, it can be accomplished as a diy. The HL has 5" circumfrence bumper holes with false grills in them, which I took out and replaced with Pilot 5" PL-62's. Email privately with other questions. geller44optonline.net
Oct 01, 2003 (8:15 pm)
Most 3 lead switches are ground, power in, power out. It sounds like you have the power in and out flipped. You obviously tapped into a "key on" power source if the LED lights when you turn key on. The foglights probably do the same if the switch is on. There might be a diagram on the side of the switch, it would show a bulb between 2 terminals, one of those is the ground (3 small dashes) and the other would be power OUT to the lights. This way the LED gets power when the foglights do.
May 23, 2005 (2:53 pm)
Hello, I am new to the forums and I hope I get it right. Anyway, I have a 2005 Galant ES. This model comes without factory fog lights. I would like to buy OEM fog light kit from Mitsubishi. I have been told conflicting stories as to the car having the correct wiring harnesses already installed in the bumper and the switch harness in the dashboard all ready for the switch. Some dealers are saying everything is there, some are saying harnesses may be needed. If all is there, I can probably install myself. If not I might have to give it to the dealer to do. Anyone have any info. as to the wiring etc. has anyone installed lights and know how hard it is to do.
Sep 24, 2005 (7:40 am)
Fall is officially here; anyone installing fog lights in anticipation of foggy winter days?
#28 of 70 are fog lamps useful or decoration
Sep 25, 2005 (7:13 pm)
My last four cars have had fog lights built in by the manufacturer (BMW, Supra, Ford truck and Mercury Sable). Under various conditions (including fog obviously) I have turned them on and off and must say that they did not contribute to a remarkably improved view of the road ahead. In fact there was hardly any difference at all except for the scattered light near the car. Are fog lights designed to make your car more visible to other cars in fog or are they alleged to improve road visibility for you. I don't find this. Any opinions?
#29 of 70 Re: are fog lamps useful or decoration [pod]
Sep 25, 2005 (9:23 pm)
Are fog lights designed to make your car more visible to other cars in fog or are they alleged to improve road visibility for you.
Fog lights are intended to make you more visible to others. There is nothing magical about the color, from a physics perspective, since all visible wavelengths are pretty much equally scattered by fog droplets though the eyes are more sensitive to colors in the middle of the visible spectrum.
#30 of 70 Re: are fog lamps useful or decoration [tidester]
Sep 26, 2005 (2:37 pm)
I am surprised since I always assumed that foglamps were to illuminate the road for the driver's advantage. If, in fact, they are intended to make your car (the one with foglamps) more visible to others, then they are analogous to running lights in a boat. Why aren't the standard headlamps sufficient to make your car visible to others? Is it simply a matter of the number of lights? Does the location of the "foglamps" matter? Could they be mounted on the roof of a car and be equally effective? Are there rear-facing (red) foglamps to protect from cars behind? Thanks for taking the time to chat. II ask these questions out of curiosity, not to be contentious. If you are correct then it is no wonder that I notice no difference (as a driver) in visibility when I turn on the foglamps in the fog. Am I the only one who was so off base in my understanding of foglamps? I am really surprised that I was so off base.