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Old 15-05-18, 10:57 AM   #1
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Default Front passenger side fog lamp wiring

My 207 SW's front left fog lamp was missing due to a front collision.
I've bought another, managed to get the bumper mount sorted so it would fit and then realised there was no power connector to be found anywhere near it.

There is a loom descending to the horn which has 2 bare wires sticking out of it (see pic: green and yellow) and am guessing that is what remains of the cable that ran to the fog lamp - anyone know if these are the correct wires for it?

Also need to know what connector to get for the lamp socket so I can make a new cable (See pic) - any ideas?

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Old 15-05-18, 12:24 PM   #2
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According to the SEDRE, the lamp is wired straight from the engine compartment fusebox (PSF1).

The connector to the lamp, 2V JN, is JauNe=yellow. Wire colours with Peugeot seem to be arbitrary and are not documented.
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OK, thanks. So a continuity test from that fuse to the wires sticking out of the loom should tell me which I need.

Any idea what the plug is called (the plug that is inserted into the fog lamp) so I can source it?
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The wires should also have numbers on them which should cross ref to the diagram above
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Any idea what the plug is called (the plug that is inserted into the fog lamp) so I can source it?
'Fraid not. Try a breakers yard?
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I have used these people before you may get lucky

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Those look good, Windy. Many thanks.
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