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This is a discussion on Fog Out! within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have a 2003 WRX and my driver fog light is out. I had been running higher watt bulbs so ...

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    I have a 2003 WRX and my driver fog light is out. I had been running higher watt bulbs so I figured it just melted the connection to the bulb inside the lamp I checked it and it was ok and no burnt smell either. The bulb was obviously blown so I replaced it, still no luck. I was wondering if there is a fuse somewhere that could be blown? If anyone has any knowledge of the wiring please help!? Thanks!

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    It's JUST the right side? If the passenger side is still working, your fuse is fine. How much higher of wattage are we talking here? Because if it was high enough you could have overloaded the wiring anywhere down the line, not just near the light housing.
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    Yes just the driver side. I had the same thoughts about it being a fuse since the fuse is for both sides. They were just the Luminics JDM yellow bulbs. Bulb number is H3. I think something is jacked up with the wiring because the regular lights were all switched around like the wiring for the high beams and the low beams. And now when I turn the fogs on my high beam lught on the dash comes on. This just started happening after I unplugged the daytime running lights under the glove box. But the fog light went out before I did this.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anub1s View Post
    It's JUST the right side? If the passenger side is still working, your fuse is fine. How much higher of wattage are we talking here? Because if it was high enough you could have overloaded the wiring anywhere down the line, not just near the light housing.

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