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Usually you can add fog lamps on a car (lower model) where there is provision to add but the manufacturer does not include it in the car. In that case you can cut out parts of the bumper carefully, insert the exact OEM lamps which should fit perfectly and probably hook them up with your headlights so as to avoid installation of switch on the dashboard. Or ...


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Looking at the differences between the car you have and the K10 with front fog lights, it appears that you would need to change the front bumper to accommodate the K10 standard fit fog lights. If you can locate a car in the scrap yard which has the lights and bumper in the correct colour then this is probably the only economical way to do the conversion. ...


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It's probably the dimmer. To the left of the instrument cluster, next to the driver's side air vent, is a light dimmer slider. When they get old, they get finicky and the car thinks you have the dimmer set to "0" when they malfunction, so it thinks you want to turn off all the instrument lights. The problem is the slider mechanism which is these 3 tiny ...


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Looking at the diagrams, it looks like each lock has a motor and a microswitch to tell if it's locked or unlocked - presumably so you can't try and lock it when it's already locked or vice versa, or simply to reverse the polarity. The wire going directly to the motor (red and black) will be common to both. This wire will be positive for one action and ...



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