I've had my '95 for about a year now. All this time, I've gone without foglights. They just didn't work. I took it upon myself to fix 'em today.
First off when the headlights are on and I turn on the fog light switch, nothing happens. Not even the little light on the switch lights up. I wanted to be able to use my fogs with even just the parking lights on, so I went ahead and did the foglight mod as per the tech forum. I tested the connections while it was apart and the switch is getting power as it's supposed to (gets power once the headlights are on). After the mod it gets power as soon as the parking lights are on - cool, but I still don't have fog lights at this point.
Next stop was the foglight relay which I knew was in the under-hood fuse box, but I didn't know which one was for the fogs. In case anyone wants to know, it's the relay closest to the driver's fender. The relay is fine, it's switching with the foglight switch, and it's 'high current' hot is hot.
Ok - so I check @ the light itself - burned bulb on the driver's side. On the passenger side the bulb had exploded. Well, that explains a lot!
I replace the bulbs and now I have fog lights. But now I have a new problem. The passenger side light is about half as bright as the driver's side. I thought at first It was just the lens, but it looks about as clear as the driver's side.
Next step in my book is to check the voltage @ the bulb (possible bad ground?), or replace the housing. Maybe that housing is crapped up on the inside. Any ideas? The only clue is that the bulb was 'exploded' inside that housing. Also, should that little light on the switch light up when the fogs are on?