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    Default Running lights- Wired?

    I have a 2009 Sierra SL (Nevada) without the front running lights. My question is the wiring there from the dash to the knockouts in the bumper? If so is there a switch replacement to activate them?

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    Are you referring to the fog lights in the front bumper?
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    I think he is, there is nothing else there.

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    Yes thats what I'm referring to -I have some 300,000cp lights that will fit in the holes and if the wiring is up to the dash I can use it to switch my lighting relays.

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    If there is not a fog light switch on the dash, there is probably not any wiring present. You, most likely will have to start from scratch.
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    I was hoping it was in a main harness like the DIC stuff is. Oh well I have to tun wiring for my ham radio so I'll do it all at the same time. Tx

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    Quote Originally Posted by ResOps View Post
    I was hoping it was in a main harness like the DIC stuff is. Oh well I have to tun wiring for my ham radio so I'll do it all at the same time. Tx
    The wiring from the headlight switch to the relay is there (as is the relay), you just need to add in the headlight switch, and tap into the relay to add the foglights. If you buy the kit from GM Accessories (expensive though), you get the foglights, the harness from the relay to the lights, and the headlight switch. Takes about 15 minutes to install it all. Just did that yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug_scott View Post
    The wiring from the headlight switch to the relay is there (as is the relay), you just need to add in the headlight switch, and tap into the relay to add the foglights. If you buy the kit from GM Accessories (expensive though), you get the foglights, the harness from the relay to the lights, and the headlight switch. Takes about 15 minutes to install it all. Just did that yesterday.
    What is the part number for this? I want to do this real bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Signaturesv View Post
    What is the part number for this? I want to do this real bad.
    Part number for a 2010 Sierra is 19170447.

    For 2010 Chev trucks, the number is 19170441 for black, 19170445 for red, 19170442 for grey, and 19170443 for white.
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    Thanks Doug - thats' what I was looking for
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