I give up. How in the world is a rear fog light helpful? I can only imagine
it helps you see what you already ran over.
Bob Donahue (Still stuck in the '50s)
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52 MGTD - NEMGTR #11470
71 MGB - NAMGBR #7-3336
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dodd, Kelvin" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, December 24, 2002 4:43 PM
Subject: FW: Is a relay needed in a fog light installation
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dodd, Kelvin
> Sent: Tuesday, December 24, 2002 8:12 AM
> To: 'Jim'; Chuck Renner; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RE: Is a relay needed in a fog light installation
> If you ever see me driving down the road foaming at the mouth it's usually
> because there is a late model Jaguar or Range Rover close by with rear
> foglights blinding away on a clear night.
> Major Pet Peeve
> For years the feds wouldn't let us have front or rear fog lights because
> they didn't think we could handle them. Now we have them, there are
> out there proving the feds were right.
> Rear foglights in particular are a life saver in thick fog or snow. To
> realize that most high end cars have come to the states equipped with
> life saving devices for years, yet they were not allowed to be connected.
> SAAB, Volvo and even my venerable 80 Rover SD1 all have provision for rear
> fog lights in the cluster.
> If there is interest, Moss has access to the Hella rear fog light which we
> are using as part of a magnetic 3rd brake light. I'd be happy to catalog
> the unit as an add on rear fog light.
> Since this seems to be peeve moment. I'm wondering why my wife's
> Nissan Pathfinder is equipped with front fog lights, but with no warning
> lamp. At night there is no indication they are on and blinding oncoming
> LBCs, unless you look carefully at the lighting pattern.
> oh well.
> Sunny Solstice to all and sundry.
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