FUSE 36 exists on my car, that does not have fogs from factory...
I've done a ton of searching and want to wire my fog lights (inside headlights) with Euro Switch as OEM as possible...it seems to me like I should be using FUSE 36 circuit...but haven't found anyone doing it this way...can you explain why? The aftermarket kits get power from the battery. Other ways of wiring use a 'add-a-circuit' or VW repair wire on an empty fuse slot....anyone know anything about this FUSE #36 and why it already seems partially wired?
I assume that we are talking about a MkIV VW here.
Originally Posted by prestonlaw
Fuse 36 gives power to pin 2(xr) in the headlight switch...which powers pin 8(NL) which switches the fog light relay(needs to be added)
Well - NO. Pin 8 (NL) provides power to the fog lights. You don't need to add a relay. The stock relay just turns off the fog lights when the high beams are on. The stock relay coil gets power from fuse 3 - not from fuse 36.