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So I'm trying to be cheap and put oem fog lights on my 2010 frontier SE. I found the trim rings on ebay for $12.00 shipped, got the lights off amazon for $88 shipped, but I need the factory part number for the light switch stalk so I can find the right one. I'm always like this and I live on ebay and amazon. Anyone have the part # for that switch by any chance? Thanks in advance for your assistance in helping out a fellow enthusiast...
 

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I tried the factory parts list but it's VERY confusing how they break it down by so many submodels. I live 750 feet from a nissan dealer but their parts guys are @$$holes unless you're gonna buy the part from them. Their salesman was more than happy to sell me the truck 3 1/2 weeks ago though.... Shouldn't there only be 2 switches for all frontiers though? One with and one without the fog switch?
 

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No, the LE and Pro4X have auto headlights so there is a third part #.

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The fog light wire is black with silver dots leaving the steering column. I've been tempted just to use the low beam headlights as a control source for a relay to control the fogs. Then I still don't have to cut or alter any factory wiring and they will automatically come on with the low beams and turn off with the low beams. Then if I find a switch later I can install it and lose the relay. Anyone done this as an alternative? I did it on a tacoma previously and it always functioned good...
 

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How much (roughly) would it cost to just get them from a Nissan dealer?
I got the entire kit from fontana nissan for about 200 shipped back when they had the employee pricing. I wonder if you can even order just the stick? Nissan is getting funny with these kits. I tried to buy locally, but wound up having to order it online since NOT ONE kit was available in the philadelphia area!
 

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I ended up just wiring in a relay so that they come on with the low beams and go off when the low beams do. that keeps them legal and functions just fine.
 

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The picture on that looks like the non-fog version to me.
I think they use a generic picture.

I looked up "fog light kit" and the P/N for the stalk in the "kit" was the more expensive one in that link.
 
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