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2014 tC -- Winjet fogs, can they be wired to work independently??

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    Hey everyone, was wondering if anyone might have already done something like this and could give me some insight? I have a 2014 tC 10 series. I'm looking to install a winjet fog light kit as my car doesn't have fogs stock. Is there a way to wire it to work on it's own still using the switch provided? (similar to a DRL?) Any feedback is greatly appreciated guys and gals!

    Much love.
    xSyn


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    xSyn wrote:
    Hey everyone, was wondering if anyone might have already done something like this and could give me some insight? I have a 2014 tC 10 series. I'm looking to install a Winjet fog light kit as my car doesn't have fogs stock. Is there a way to wire it to work on it's own still using the switch provided? (similar to a DRL?) Any feedback is greatly appreciated guys and gals! Much love. xSyn


    I have a 2015 tC RS9 w/OEM Fogs so I can't offer any personal advice. However, I seen this video that might offer your some insight on How to wire your Fogs to run independently:

    Scion tC halo fog lights and switches install

    His is a tC1 (2005-2010) but, I think the Process is the Same for a tC2.
    It's Worth Checking Out.

    Hope it Helps,

    MR LUV
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