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Old 20-09-12, 02:30 PM   #1
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Default 307 2001 Fog lights issue:-s

Hello,

So on short this is the problem I have to resolve and I can't.
Bought some new Headlights for my car that include some Fog Headlights into them. They are connected to the plug. Bulb inside.
When I connected them I saw that they are not working when i switch the Foglight switch in the car. Only the read one works.
Then I check on the internet for the fuse maybe it was broken but this is what i found out:
- There is a separate fuse for the Front fog lights > F6>15A on the BM34 Engine Module 2 (guess it is the one on the left side of the motor near the battery)
-Checked and there was no Fuse on F6 there in my box.
-Since i found only one "6" fuse spot i connected a 15A fuse there and tried to see if they work and NO luck. They won't start when i Switch the Fog lights switch in my car.

As you know the prefacelift models 2001-2005 had the fog lights in the headlights. And this one as many others have no fog lights mounted into them, Only an empty spot in the old headlights.
What can I do to make them work?
Is there a need for another switch?
The fuse F6 spot can be not connected to anything, altho there are some connectors in it?


Thanks and i hope somone can answer me:-s
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Old 20-09-12, 06:54 PM   #2
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Front fog lights should be activated in the BSI box with a PP2000 tester. As far as i know, your switch should work once fog lights are activated, one turn = front fog, two turns = front and rear fog.
Where are you located?

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Old 20-09-12, 09:00 PM   #3
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Ok, well I actually never tried to make a second turn I think on the Fog switch since one turn made the rear one turn on and the Fog marker on the dash board display.
I will try make a second turn but I don't think that will work since u said that one turn will turn on the front ones. Don't understand me wrong.

So you think that they may be turned off in the car computer and I could turn them on by connecting it to a PP2000 tester?

I am located in Romania if that was your question I did not have time to set my account properly, sorry.

THANKS a bunch for the reply and I hope you can help me solve it.

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Old 28-01-13, 06:28 PM   #4
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My wife had a prang on the ise in the 307 I have got new bumper and front wing and headlight to replace the ones damaged. Inadvertently the head lamp has fogs in it, so i have the matching one aswell now.
I have PP2000 to do the tinkering is it just a fuse in F6 and PP then. I take it the fact the sticker isnt on the switch stalk is no matter as it is two repetitive twists to get the fogs on?
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Old 28-01-13, 06:37 PM   #5
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I have PP2000 to do the tinkering is it just a fuse in F6 and PP then?
I would think it's as simple as that, remember the bulbs and let us know the outcome


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Bulbs are in there and the wiring plugs are the same
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Old 28-01-13, 07:18 PM   #7
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Engine bay fuse box to be changed also.

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Old 29-01-13, 06:11 AM   #8
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changed or just add fuse??
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Changed to make the fog lamps work. You need one from a car with foglamps.

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Old 03-02-13, 08:06 AM   #10
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David you're not wrong. I changed the bumper and wing and headlights this w/e. So i thought what the heck i'll activate the fog lights in the ECU anyway. The dash light now comes on but the fogs don't come... could be blown bulb or new fuse box then.
I don't understand why a new fuse box is needed as there are metal contacts on fuse 6 and i can hear the relay clicking when it is turned on??
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