I gujess I have made a major error buying aftermarket fog lighs for my 2005 corolla. The lens and fit nicely where toyota put a cover for fog lights and that is where this story ends.

Asked by dkc3573 Oct 30, 2012 at 04:38 PM about the 2005 Toyota Corolla LE

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I am attempting to install aftermarket fog lights in my 05 Corolla but am at a lose as to how the provided aftermarket harness is supposed to be installed. Yes, I do realize now that using the factory setup would probably have been a lot easier and probably not much more expensive but I bought the aftermarket kit with no instructions. I managed to install and wire the new Halo Projector head lights even though the lead wires on the set were in my opinion ass-backwards, but I am having a hard time understanding why there seems to be extra wires on this fog light harness. Could someone tell  where to put all of theses wires.  

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sometimes the plugs are not the same as factory

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