Pre-Wiring for fog light switch and heated seats.

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Asked by May 27, 2013 at 03:03 AM about the 2009 Toyota Corolla LE

Question type: Car Customization

I've seen online aftermarket fog lights with the wires, switch and relay. Though it would mean for me to cut into the wiring, which I don't want to do at all. I was wondering if the factory fog light/ headlight switch would be plug and play or not.

As for the heated seats, the plug for the switch is there, but I'm not sure if there are plugs for it where the seats are at. There is a plug with a cut off cap on the driver side next to the center console, but I don't see one on the passenger side (might be hiding under the carpet). The seat are cloth and manual so I'm not sure if the plug is for power seat or heated seat.

Anyone who can help would be great, Thanks.

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Afraid not. I see you have an LE. Heated seats were not even an option, As for fog lights, oh please don't start cutting wires, if you really want fog lights you will need the entire kit This is the 2009 LE and see no fog lights

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And the less expensive S model has them

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OK they deleted my images

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Okay cool, I haven't bought the lighting kit yet and I definitely haven't cut any wires at all. I just wanted to verify everything before I started working on my car. As for the heated seat I can live without, would be nice to have them, but you know. Sorry about them deleting your photos. Also I'll try getting a photo of the plug under the driver seat because I still want to know what it's there for.

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