does my 2005 dodge stratus sxt come with fog lights?

Asked by Mar 29, 2013 at 08:54 AM about the 2005 Dodge Stratus SXT

Question type: General

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The R/T sedan does..Front fog/driving lights

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4-wheel ABS Child seat anchors Remote anti-theft alarm system Ventilated front disc / solid rear disc brakes Rear door child safety locks Engine immobilizer Front fog/driving lights Auto delay off headlamps 2 front headrests Rear center 3-point belt Front seatbelt pretensioners Traction control Electronic brakeforce distribution Emergency interior trunk release Front height adjustable headrests

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Damn straight. This man always does his homework~

well the bumper has fog lights and the harness behind them to connect but no switch inside the car to turn them on. no button on dash and or no pull out at the end of the light/turn signal switch..

Have you read your owners manual? If they installed the lamps and loom, I can't imaging just not putting in a switch. probably in the least expected place

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Twist the turn signal lever? On a different ring than the headlights? Not push pull? Guessing here

thanks u been helpfull. i will read the owners manual again to see if it does. but i did buy the switch. if i threw it on would they come on. i guess we will see.

Good luck with it boriqua

it did not have it on the car. but i bought one with it on meaning the one u pull out when ur lights r on.


The parts house shows multi function switches for fog and no fog lights. er_control_switch.html

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