Date: Mon, 27 Sep 1999 02:48:04 GMT
From: "Terry Melnik" <Terrynopsam.com>
Subject: Re: Rear fog lights


For the NG900 series (94?-98), the second light bulb socket is there intact. All you need to get two working is buy the $3 bulb for your deal and screw it in. S. W. Falken <saab_netnopsamAMyahoo.com> wrote in message news:MPG.1256ce887e0049219896b1nopsam.earthlink.net... > > have a clue. I was behind a JAG with the rear fogs on (in clear weather) > > and it bugged the hell out of me, after awhile you become oblivious to the > > lights and might screw up your reaction time if he applies the breaks. > > Nah, because on all the Jags and Land Rovers I've seen, the Rear Fog > Lights are sunk into the rear bumper and away from where the brake lights > are. Besides, all american cars have a third brake light, which being > off should help indicate they MIGHT not have their brakes lights LOCKED > on when you drive behind them for a while. So I don't really see how it > would cause confusion when they brake considering 3 other bright red > lights come on. > > And if you think those rear fogs are confusing, what about Volvo's whose > rear red lights are as bright as braking lights and then when they brake > get twice as bright! It's almost blinding... Definately keeps you off > their tail (not that I tailgate ever). >

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