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fog light wiring

I posted this in the interoir forum but it looks like the server may be down or something. Anyways, can anyone help me with a wiring diagram or an explanation of the wires on a factory fog light switch on a 95 ram? I know there are 5 wires (don't remember the colors) but I don't know what they go to. I got a factory switch and the lights from the junkyard and want to install them as neatly and as factory as possible. Any help is appreciated. Thanks --Jay.
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Hi Jay,

Did you get the wiring harness from the junk yard too? I already have the factory lights installed on mine but no wiring to plug into the plug coming from the light assembly back to the fuse box Where I think there is supposed to be a relay and fuse also).

One salvage yard gave me a quote for a "pigtail" which I am hoping is the wiring and also a "site shield" whatever that is along with the dash switch.

If you or anyone else knows what a "pigtail" and "site shield" is, please let me know. As far as the wiring color diagram, let me check my manual and get back to you.


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A pigtail is a custom made wiring harness, don't know what a site shield is though.
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Your fog lamp plug doesn't look like this? This 2001 schematic.
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