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    I'm in need of a little help. I've been wanting to do the "FOG LIGHT" mod (run fog's and brights). http://www.jonlabass.com/jeep/fog-light-relay_20081213 and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-VgKhjy3Js I cant seem to find this fuse. Its a 1998 so it should be behind the glove box. I'm not seeing it. Anyone know where its at?





    There is one big fuse (bottom left in first photo) but it does not do anything to the fog lights. I'm really not sure what it does. Anyone know? This is what it looks like.





    On the newer JEEPS its under the hood. I looked and find nothing but a lot of open spots.


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    Here's a thread for you, not sure if it has what you need though.

    http://www.militaryjeepers.com/commu...-on-a-Wrangler

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    the black box is a relay, has a small set of contacts and a coil inside it. mostfog light set ups when you buy them will have a small electrical diagram with them. which gives you options of how to wire them up. plus they have the proper fuse with them , which is usually inline outside the fuse box, so most of the headache is taken car of. for my fog lights, i left them independent of the headlights, so they work on both high/low beam or all by themselves. very easy to wire up
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