While I can count on my hand the number of times I have use my fog lights...
What's so hard about using a switch to turn something on... not like it's rocket science here. On/Off self explanation on a How To.
Fog lights use to be that unsightly yellow lens of old.. had them on my old Chevy van that I installed, along with driving lights.
On the old chevy bumper the lower or bottom had holes drilled in it, so I installed driving lights at road level.
On the upper or top half of the bumper I had the fog lights, close in the middle above the tag. When the low beams were on, plus the 2 sets of extra lights, the road at night was lit up.
On our car, I don't think they help with "seeing the road in the fog", more like they help you "to be seen by other drivers". Even with NO fog out, they help the low beams some, but then that's why you have high beams for extra light at night. Changing the bulbs to HID or LED conversion might increase your light projection level, as some owners here have done this mod. You could... add 747 landing lights for even greater impact out of the city...
I guess if you really wanted to have them on, all the time when ever the headlights are needed you could, hot wire them into your parking lamps, so maybe the day/night sensor will kick them ON... for you.
I do check my lights every month or so, yes even the fogs... to make sure they all work. No need for the police to have a reason to pull you over for a bulb being out. Know what I mean? $$$ I run mine in the daytime with just the parking lamps lit up.
To use the designed switch from the factory or not... you the owner / operator has the final say.
Last edited by LAC Sky; 05-24-2018 at 07:55 AM.