foglight obscured

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  1. mike mcglynn

    mike mcglynn Funster Life Member

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    Hello all Can I ask for some advice Ive had a towbar fitted and it obstructs the foglight :cry:what wire type/size do I need to move it to a better position also is this a fail on mot :Eek!:thanks in advance
    mike
     
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    fail !!! i'd say yes.

    wire...same size as already used but make sure the joint is waterproofed.
     
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    if you use vaseline on the joints, it will help keep moisture out....
     
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    Just grab some heat shrink and slide over soldered joints and you will be fine.

    Each Fog will draw 4.5a on a 55w bulb - so 10a cable will do nicely!

    Let me know how much you want and I'll throw some in a envelope for you!
     
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    most rear fog lights are only 21w bulb though
     
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    Always go by the maximum probable load! :thumb:
     
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    i believe that is the maximum allowed under vehicle lighting regulations....just as 60watt is the legal max headlamp rating.
     
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