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I discovered last night that my fog lights are no longer working. Not only do the lights not come on, the fog light indicator on my dash is no longer present either ( i made sure it was on the on position.) My first thought is that it was a fuse, but i did not find a fuse that said anything about the fog lights. I also noticed that my daytime led's are no longer working. I checked the DRL fuses and they appear to be ok. Can someone who may have experienced this issue please help me? thank you.
 

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After checking again, my DRL's are working, so it is just my fog lights that are not working at the moment. The indicator is also not working still. Thanks
 

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If the indicator is not working then the signal is not getting to the CAN Bus. This comes out of the BCM.

You need to see if when the fog light switch is on if there is a ground on terminal #10 of the BCM connector MO2-B

 

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Any chance you know what would be the cheapest route to buy replacement leds - the passenger side ones burnt out... Bk2
 

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Hi. I had a similar problem with my 2012 Track. Eventually I found the problem with one of the ESCL(Electrical Steering Column Lock) fuses located by the driver's side fuse compartment. The 7.5A fuse was blown which kept the fog lights and the indicator in the dash from turning on. Never in my wildest dreams I thought this could be the problem, but it was. I replaced the fuse and now everything is working. Good luck.
 
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