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Old 07-05-2016, 10:25 AM   #1
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Kinda a silly question

OK so we have a new to us 2001 Allegro Bus, and last year we replaced the factory headlights with HID lamps. Much better night illumination!

My husband is scratching his head on how we turn on the "fog" lamps, (they are not yellow) under the main lights. There is not an identified switch/knob/button that we are aware of. The coach did NOT come with any instruction manual, so hoping someone here has the same set up lightwise and can shed some light , on how we can take advantage of some extra illumination if the need arises.

Thanks so much for any assistance in this regard.
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Try pushing the headlight switch "IN" They only work if the headlights are turned on
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On my Class A there is a separate switch on the control panel to the left of the drivers seat. On my Class C I pull the headlamp switch out after turning on the headlamps.
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My husband found it!!! Just where you said, no label just auxillary and the headlights have to be on Hi beam for them to work! Thank you so much!
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Should not have to be on high beam as that would be counter to the use of fog lights. They do appear to be fog lights in the photo.
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Ok it sounds like I may have heard that backwards as that TOTALLY makes sense!
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