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Anyone know where to locate the fuse(s) for the fog lights on 1996 P38?
Thanks in advance for your help.
 

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I’ve had a look and can’t see in any fuse box’s, so I’m wondering if there controlled by the becm ?
 

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It is, there's no fuses for any of the lights, all the control is done in the BeCM. If it detects a short, it kills power to that circuit.
 

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Thanks for the response. Yes, someone else just mentioned the same. I will take a look with the Nanocom. Thanks again.
 

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Why are you looking for a fuse? If the car didn't have fog lights and you have fitted some, along with the switch, they still won't work until you use the Nanocom to go into the BeCM settings and tell it they are fitted.
 

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And if it has a ‘lowline’ Becm there isn’t the option as it’s “missing” an internal relay in this case simply use the wiring loom from fogs to becm purely as the wiring adding an external relay (screwed to the drivers seat frame with a stainless self tapper to create the earth. Exactly what I did on my first p38 a 1997 4.0 petrol se
 

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I just got the car as a project. Lights would not come one and since it had about 8 other burned fuses I figured that the fog lights may also have a burned fused. Yes, the lights are controlled by the BECM. Thanks for the response.
 
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