February 9, 2010I HAVE A 2008 MUSTANG V6. I BOUGHT AFTER MARKET FOGLIGHTS FOR THEM. I WAS WONDERING IF I COULD BUY THE GT HEADLIGHT SWITCH AND RUN MY FOGLIGHTS OFF OF IT INSTEAD OF A ROCKER SWITCH OR A TOGGLE SWITCH SO IT WOULD LOOK FACTORY. AND ALSO SO I WOULDN`T LEAVE THE TOGGLE SWITCH ON AND RUN MY BATTERY DOWN. WHICH I`VE ALREADY DONE TWICE!!! THANKS FOR ANY ADVICE.
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February 10, 2010Isn`t the `98 factory foglight switch an oval rocker in the console, next to the e-brake handle?
If so, the harness for it is probably already there, and you just need to buy the switch or get one from a junkyard.
On my Expedition, all the stuff was there (harnesses near the lights, and near the switch) - I just had to buy the lights and switch.
February 10, 2010Not sure if they stopped this, but my `95 V6 came pre-wired, just plug and play. All I have to get was the fog lights, switch and the relay for fog lights.
February 10, 2010Factory Headlight Switch for $70
"If you`ve upgraded the front of your V6 Mustang to a grille with foglights like a GT, you can install this genuine Ford switch to activate those lights. This switch is found on the GTs, so instead of worring about wiring and putting a generic switch in yourself, use this switch for a clean, factory-look install."
February 16, 2010I don`t know how I got `98 instead of `08. Ooops.
Anyway, for the push-pull style fog light and headlight combo switch, you should be able to just swap out the switch for a GT one. That`s exactly what we did on our Expedition, which uses the push/pull fog light switch.