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Hi all as title just looking on auto beams web site and came across the led/fog lights kit and just want to know if anybody has fitted them and if so how hard where they to do my self it says it comes with a splice connector so assuming that I would need to cut the original fog wires then use the splice connector to the cars wires crimp it up and away to go?

here is the link for them https://autobeam.co.uk/collections/focus-mk2-5-2007-2010/products/led-drl-fog-light-kit

It all sounds straight forward but I haven't any electrical skills. but I have managed to splice a focus st rear spoiler brake light

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Hi all as title just looking on auto beams web site and came across the led/fog lights kit and just want to know if anybody has fitted them and if so how hard where they to do my self it says it comes with a splice connector so assuming that I would need to cut the original fog wires then use the splice connector to the cars wires crimp it up and away to go?
here is the link for them https://autobeam.co.uk/collections/focus-mk2-5-2007-2010/products/led-drl-fog-light-kit
It all sounds straight forward but I haven't any electrical skills. but I have managed to splice a focus st rear spoiler brake light

How about the kit i have was easy plug & play job.
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12 hours ago, yunii said:


How about the kit i have was easy plug & play job.
Yunii
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that kit looks good mate but wanted too keep my gloss black plastic if I could. it sounds right up my street as I can defo do plug and play simples

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I'd be interested as to whether the kit is wired up properly but it looks good as it's all within the original fog lights. The fog light function is simple enough as it presumably wires directly into the original connections, but the DRLs really need their own power supply- either direct to the battery if they have a voltage-sensing function to switch them on when the engine is running, or switched from the ignition. They should also have a connection to the side lights so they will switch off when you turn on any other lights.

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I'd be interested as to whether the kit is wired up properly but it looks good as it's all within the original fog lights. The fog light function is simple enough as it presumably wires directly into the original connections, but the DRLs really need their own power supply- either direct to the battery if they have a voltage-sensing function to switch them on when the engine is running, or switched from the ignition. They should also have a connection to the side lights so they will switch off when you turn on any other lights.

The kit wired very professionally.
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If you look on the tutorial page you will see one by Pree on the very subject that's where I got mine from it wired via a piggyback fuse into the air con fuse and you tap in to the side light to either dim or turn off the drl at night. 

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If you look on the tutorial page you will see one by Pree on the very subject that's where I got mine from it wired via a piggyback fuse into the air con fuse and you tap in to the side light to either dim or turn off the drl at night. 
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Thats the ones i got as he guided me when i fitted mine.
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If you look on the tutorial page you will see one by Pree on the very subject that's where I got mine from it wired via a piggyback fuse into the air con fuse and you tap in to the side light to either dim or turn off the drl at night. 
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I also fitted on/off switch even though it dimmed when sidelights are on.
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thanks for all the help guys its much appreciated but think I will go with out D.R.L now as it seems a little bit of electrical knowledge is needed and I have not got any. thanks again for all the usefull help and pics

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