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Fuse tap wiring question for aftermarket fogs on 2019 Silverado


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I'm adding on an aftermarket fog light and not planning on using the switch. Just planning on tapping it to the parking light fuse, Fuse 42 if I recall, with a fuse tap. 


Just a quick sanity check on what I need to do here. 

 

1. Black wire to metal for ground

2. Cut the end of the red wire with the clip and crimp it to the fuse tap

          - Is it ok if I leave the fuse holder that is attached to the harness, so essentially I'll have 2 fuses, or do I need to cut it out?  

 

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Yes, leave that fuse there.

However that red wire will go to your hot source.  I ran that to the top of the battery's positive side.

 

There should be a white wire coming off the relay that is meant to go to a switch.  Cut that and crimp the end of it to the fuse tap.

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