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Date Registered: 04-2005
Location: melbourne
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posticon spot lights and fog lights...


can anyone confirm that a nissan xtrail can have factory spot lights and factory foglights working at the same time?

i took my xtrail in for its 1000k checkup, told them my fog lights dont work..

pick it up, fog lights work, yay.

then i get home, and just out of interest, try the spot lights.... they dont work! aargh!!



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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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Re: spot lights and fog lights...


Hi Tim,

I can confirm that the factory fog lights should come-on independently from the spotties (they can be switched on when you switch on your praker lights).

Do you have separate switch for the spotties on the side of your dash?

They might have just moved/replaced a working fuse/relay from the spot lights and moved it to the fog lights (which is a dodgy way of fixing one problem and creating another).

You could trial that yourself, just open the bonnet of your exy and on the drivers side you will see 2 black relay boxes, the longer/bigger box contains the FR FOG LIGHT relay and follow the wiring of your spot lights and you will see another relay as well, try swapping them if they're compatible with each other and try the lights on.

Another way to isolate the problem is checking the actual fuses for the spotties and fog lights in the fuse compartment under the steering wheel.

See how ya go.


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Date Registered: 12-2004
Location: Mount Isa, QLD
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Re: spot lights and fog lights...


Hi Tim,

Yes me too. I can have my fogs and spots working together at the same time.

Cheers

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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: Panania, Sydney
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Re: spot lights and fog lights...


Sounds like the apprentice auto electrician they're using needs to pay more attention in class emoticon



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