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Old 05-11-2020, 06:05 PM #1
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Looks like I can maybe do plug n play fog lights?!

OK 3rd genners... So I recently installed a new radio and noticed I had an extra harness plug by the traction off button. Something told me that my runner had the option for fog lights. So I,looked under the bumper and I see a harness hanging off the signal wires on both sides. Does this mean I can install fog lights for my runner as long as I get a switch and the lights with mounting hardware? That would be great if this is possible. If anyone has done this please advise.
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99-02 yes, 96-98 no.

Lights, fuse, relay and new light control stalk should be all you need if you have the right year(s).

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It's an '02. Sorry that I didn't mention that before. I noticed the extra harness when I removed the lower panel under the steering column while running the bluetooth microphone. I have heard of a replacement stalk with the fog switch. Does that mean on the column should be another harness for use with the upgraded stalk or am I relegated with a switch on the lower left panel where I found the harness...
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The light stalk with fog switch is plug and play. As long as you have the correct on for our model year. Then, as stated above, mount the lights and plug in, add the relay, and good to go. The extra plug you found is unrelated.
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The light stalk with fog switch is plug and play. As long as you have the correct on for our model year. Then, as stated above, mount the lights and plug in, add the relay, and good to go. The extra plug you found is unrelated.
agree with above.....for your year it is plug and play just need to find the correct stalk. They did do a change and I beleive you will have to have one for a 2000 or newer.
I converted my 2000 to factory fogs...bought all from a guy..however the stalk he sold me did not fit my 2000...his was off of a 99 I think. So when I went to the wrecking yard to find a correct one it actually came off a 2002.
the difference is in the male part of the plug in and you cant make one fit the other. The handle "stalk" look the same so cant go by that.
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agree with above.....for your year it is plug and play just need to find the correct stalk. They did do a change and I beleive you will have to have one for a 2000 or newer.
I converted my 2000 to factory fogs...bought all from a guy..however the stalk he sold me did not fit my 2000...his was off of a 99 I think. So when I went to the wrecking yard..mine actually came off a 2002.
the difference is in the male part of the plug in and you cant make one fit the other. The handle "stalk" look the same so cant go by that.
Exactly. Also, a number of other Toyotas use the same stalk. Mine is a '99 and I used one used off a '99 Solara (lots of them had factory fog lights, so the stalk is cheaper than the "4Runner" ones that were on Limiteds only).

Part numbers:
Fog lamp relay: 90987-02012
Fog lamp fuse: (standard - see fuse box lid for value)
Headlight switch '99: 84140-20560
Headlight switch '00+: 84140-14120

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Exactly. Also, a number of other Toyotas use the same stalk. Mine is a '99 and I used one used off a '99 Solara (lots of them had factory fog lights, so the stalk is cheaper than the "4Runner" ones that were on Limiteds only).

Part numbers:
Fog lamp relay: 90987-02012
Fog lamp fuse: (standard - see fuse box lid for value)
Headlight switch '99: 84140-20560
Headlight switch '00+: 84140-14120

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very true....he will need the realy and the fuse...and yes the solara...and maybe some others will fit also..you can prob plug in the part number and see what other models so that if a person is going to a pick and pull
good points you brought up
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Thank you all for the info. Next time I hit up Pick your Part, I will look into that. Now I have to figure out the rear hatch window switch on the center bezel and I should be good to go.
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