This got me thinking about my fog light switch. I use it once and a great while. Push in and hold in till the green indicator light on the switch itself comes on.
Lack of regular use of this switch, and some corrosive build up might be there on the contacts? So now that the green LED light is on, the fog lights are on, and here is what is different about the SKY and the Sol.
After looking at TS DIC on his and mine there is a difference. Mine has two indicators for the lights. One for the high beams at the top ( blue in color when in use), near turn signal indicators, and the other one is down low next to the Theft Lock indicator. On TS DIC in the Sol its shows something like low coolant Warning light which I do not have on the SKY's DIC not sure why? That does light up also, can't remember if its color is also green like the switch light or back lit amber/white?
In the owners manual on pg. 3-21 U.S. Base Instrumental Panel Cluster( Canada and Uplevel similar? RL or GXP?) it shows both in the DIC, not sure if this is different in other model year SKY's? On pg. 3-35 it shows the Fog Lamp light when in use. I don't do much driving at night these days, but when I do I use them. Fog oh nooo not that again. Once just recently I did use them for real foggy conditions around here but it was daytime, I think hard to tell in fog.
Test them often see if they really do work, how else would you know if they work if you don't try? The contacts can be cleaned, I'm not spraying anything in my interior, so that would mean removing it from the dash. If doing that why waste time, replace it now. Why spend money on a new switch if you don't have to? Yeah cost came in to mind here, but is it really a concern to you the owner, if you never use them in the first place? Electrical contact cleaner, emeroy cloth or even a plain old pencil eraser works well sometimes. Electrical short/fire under your dash, not something you want to experience first hand so
Popeil's pocket sized fire ext. for personal safety, just in case.