Do It Yourself Independent Fog Lights:Blown up version: http://home.comcast.net/~solarat2/DIYforIndependentFogLights.htmEstimated time: 1 hour or less.Materials used: 2 speaker wires (6" and 18"), 1 blue eyelit wire connector, 3 red butt connectors.Tools needed: Wire cutters, Phillips head screwdriver, 10mm socket rachet, Hot wire tester.This ones been bugging me for a while and figured it out myself in a couple hours after thorough hunting and fuse replacing (fogs). But there are 2 wires you need to connect elsewhere and here I will show you how to do it yourself. First remove the cover by your left foot stomp. Should just have a plastic cap the screws off in the back of it and just pop it out in the front by just pulling on it. And also take out both of the covers in front of your knees. The front plastic cover has a Phillips head screw on the lower right, and a 10mm bolt (or Phillips head it has both) on the lower left. Then just pull out the top parts, they just pop in and out, but be careful not to break anything. The metal cover needs a 10mm socket x 4 bolts. Now locate a white plug holder with 2 black relay boxes. One large square, one smaller rectangular. The Fog Light Relay (FLR) is the smaller rectangular one. You can hear it click when you turn your headlights on and turn the fog lights on and off. The purpose of the FLR is to complete a circuit (fogs) only when another circuit (headlights) is completed or 'on'. To make this modification easier try removing as many plugs as you can from the white holder we will be working with (as shown in pic). The most useful tool I used is a hot wire tester. I used it find out what's hot, what's not, and to unlatch the plugs. Pull out the Fog Light Relay and there are 2 thick prongs and 2 smaller prongs. The thicker ones are the main power positive and ground for the fogs. You won't be messing with these ones. But for your knowledge, the top one is always hot( ) and the lower one is a ground(-). The ones we will be messing with are the smaller ones which are the Fog Light control wires. First off sorry for taking this pic without without pulling the other plugs, but I can walk you through it. Behind the FLR you need to cut the top red wire. Be sure to give yourself a couple inches on both sides of the red wire because you need to unsheath both ends and I used butt connectors on both ends. The end you will be needing is the one connected to the FLR. You don't need to do anything with the opposite end, just make sure it can't ground out and blow a fuse. Now with the end connected to the FLR, you need to splice a wire about 18" that goes to the hot wire of your choice. I chose the cig lighter because 1 it has a fuse, and 2 it turns hot when the key is in the ACC position so you can still leave the fog switch on and they will turn off when you take the keys out so you can't forget them on and kill your battery. Or if you connect it to an always hot wire, make sure it has a fuse, and you will have the ability to turn on your foglights without the keys being in the ignition so you have to remember to turn the foglights off or you can drain your battery. But just stick with the cig lighter wire as I am instructing and you shouldn't have any problems. Now locate the blue plug to the lower right of your fuse box. The pink w/ blue stripe wire goes to your cig lighter. You need to splice the wire we spliced earlier from the Fog Light control positive( ) here. Now you need to look at all the wires under the steering column. Find a thin 18ga red w/ blue stripe wire. Be careful there is also a thick 16ga red w/ blue stripe wire which is NOT the one we want. So find the thin 18ga red w/ blue stripe wire and splice that with a wire that goes to the chassis or any other constant ground. And if you have the Fog Light switch turned on you will hear the relay click when you connect the wire. Or if not, turn the FL switch on and see! Now we're all done.