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On mine the outer twisty bit that does the headlights you keep turning it and the rear fogs come on.

Further down the stick there is a knurled bit to turn for the front fogs.

 

Thats on a Yukon, I think the Eiger doesnt have that knurled bit. And not sure it has front fogs actually?

 

May have to resort to reading the manual? haha

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Problem solved, worked out how to turn them on.

 

It is easy, buy a model that has fog lights, not just a dummy plastic look alike bulb in the lense.

 

I hope my terminal idiocy is not contagious nor hereditary.

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Problem solved, worked out how to turn them on.

 

It is easy, buy a model that has fog lights, not just a dummy plastic look alike bulb in the lense.

 

I hope my terminal idiocy is not contagious nor hereditary.

 

Thanks for the update. Won't try to sus it out on ours now.

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Problem solved, worked out how to turn them on.

 

It is easy, buy a model that has fog lights, not just a dummy plastic look alike bulb in the lense.

 

I hope my terminal idiocy is not contagious nor hereditary.

 

you got the working class version then .on a par with a l/r no fancy bits stuff :biggrin:

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Problem solved, worked out how to turn them on.

 

 

 

It is easy, buy a model that has fog lights, not just a dummy plastic look alike bulb in the lense.

 

 

 

I hope my terminal idiocy is not contagious nor hereditary.

 

 

pmsl 😂

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