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I believe crimping pliers for weather pack, metri-pack, or molex connectors will work. IWISS makes a tool just for those types of connectors. Alternatively, Paladin makes a crimping tool with die sets for those and other types of connectors.


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There is probably a relay just for the fog lights. Its contacts may have fused together. First thing to try is swapping the relay for another know working one. Often there are identical relays in the fuse box. For example it is likely that the headlight and fog light relays can be swapped for the test There is probably a fuse for the fog lights which ...


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Evaporation isn't directly correlated with temperature it's a combination of air temperature and air moisture content. In general, warmer air can hold more moisture, so assuming that air of a given temperature becomes warmer, it will allow condensation from your windshield to evaporate. The warmer the air is, the more moisture it will be able to hold, and ...


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With such a small load ( 9W), you don’t have to use a relay, just pick up a suitable supply from the fusebox and run to the switch using a suitable fuse. Running the cable to the rear is not to difficult - the existing wires are on one side(follow them from the back or in either footwell at the front), tucked under the carpet. Just lift up the door trims or ...


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A lamp relay is for continuous energizing of the relay coil. A horn relay may or may not be. However, 2x35W is a low enough current where you would not need a relay, if your switch is rated for 10A or so. One reason for using a relay is to reduce losses due to the (small) resistance of a longer electrical run. If you provide the Bosch number, I could ...


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Finally I installed my rear fog lights. I have documented all the steps I've made on my blog so hopefully it would help others like me. Here is the link: http://mynixworld.info/2017/05/10/installing-rear-fog-light-nissan-murano


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Sounds like a good plan, if you are fitting both left and right hand then you should run two wires. Have you checked the wiring at the lamps to check to see if the wires already exist - many manufacturers have one loom with all the wires for most things included as it is cheaper that making 15 versions... If using the ecu proves difficult, then you could ...


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