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    Swapping fog and brake lights

    I read on here the other day that Geoff and a couple of others have swapped the feed for their rear fogs and brake light. Now i have no idea about anything like this so was wonddering if anyone could help.

    If i were to do the same, which two do i swap:

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    IIRC it's the top and bottom ones

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    IIRC??? come on geoff don't let me down, gimme a definite answer
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    gimme two mins - off to take a look see for you

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    I did remember correctly

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    Nicely geoffrey! cheers dude, off to the garage to find my snips and soldering iron
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    don't go cutting anything - just get a pin or paperclip and stick it down the connector from the front. There's a wee tag that needs pushing down to release the connector from the block.

    do both and then swap them over, but remember to lift the wee tag back up so they lock back in

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    ah right, so u psuh the wire from the block completely, swap, and replace?
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    yup, you got it

    it's a bit fiddly getting the knack of getting them out, but once you've sussed the 1st one the rest are a doddle

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    well i tend to be very hand-fisted with fiddy things, so might have to ask my nimble fingered friend to have a go me thinks
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