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Old 09-02-2019, 11:27 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Thanks. Where is the turn signal relay located? I traced the wires all the way to the firewall where they enter the passenger compartment and it didn't pass through a relay. Like I mentioned in the first post, the '01 XL7 had two types of fog lights - those installed at the factory and those installed once they land in the US. I learned the hard way when I needed to replace one that I have the latter so I don't know if that comes into play at all.
Relays are usually alongside the fuse panel, in this case I think its located drivers side outside of car just up under the footwell.

Been a while since i've worked on one of these older ones but take a look near the fuse panel inside the cabin, should be a relay there if its factory fitted. just bear in mind many of the fog lights won't come on unless the clearance lamps are on as well.
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Thanks. She's back at school now. I'll take a look next time she comes home. Guess I'll trace the harness from the switch until I find it.
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