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    902.613.623.90 rear fog light switch?

    So I think this is a hazard switch except that it has a clear bezel. Anyhow, the switch is the one you will be getting. $150 shipped in the US.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jt912 View Post
    that it has a clear bezel. .
    cause it is missing the lens

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    Because of the 4+1 versus 6+1 terminals, I believe that this is 902.613.623.90, Switch, rear fog light.
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    Thanks. I'll update it.
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