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    Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

    There is a GM factory fog light kit for the 2010-2011-2012 SRX's. (Base and Luxury models do not come with Fog Lights.)
    GM part number: 19172867

    My question is, I guess the kit doesn't come with instructions. You will need to get the instructions printed from any GM dealer.
    It is document # 2242151 "Front Fog Package Installation."

    Does anyone have access to this document? (Instructions)
    If so, could you please post or email them to me. Thanks

    Has anyone installed these fog lights on their SRX yet? How did it go?

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    Re: Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

    Be aware that installing the fog lights calls for completely removing the front fascia- not an easy task without a lift and proper tools. You may want to consider ordering and having them installed at a Dealer.
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    Re: Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

    See the DIY that I wrote. It tells you exactually what you need to do. http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...accessory.html http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...ry-models.html http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...ss-lights.html http://s1082.photobucket.com/albums/...cpZZ1QQtppZZ20 I have the doccument and I can Email it to you or you can get it from your dealer. It's free. I also have a lot of pictures that I can get to you. To do all the lights it took me about 4 hours, to do the fogs only it will take about 2 to 3 hours + you need to go to the dealership and get the car coded. It's not really that diffucult, but you need to have mechanical knowledge. email me for help: barron_clemons@hotmail.com
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    Re: Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

    I know this is documented very well with the above information but thought I share this as well.

    Here is the document without the drawings.

    Sorry the cut and paste function doesn't work with the drawings/ images.

    *To get the drawings you will have to have the dealer print the whole document out for you.


    __________________________________

    Service Information
    Document ID: 2242151
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Front Fog Lamp Package Installation (Installation Instructions)
    Table 1: Kit Contents
    Table 2: Tools Required

    Installation Instructions Part Number
    19172870

    Kit Contents Qty
    Description

    1
    Instruction Sheet

    1
    Headlamp Switch with Front Fog Lamp

    1
    Left Side Fog Lamp

    1
    Right Side Fog Lamp

    1
    Left Side Fog Lamp Grille

    1
    Right Side Fog Lamp Grille

    1
    Front Fog Lamp Harness

    4
    Hex Bolts with Washers P/N 11589015

    4
    Spring Nuts P/N 11513599

    1
    Push Pin P/N 19172867

    Tools Required Description

    Flat Blade Screwdriver

    Ratchet

    7 mm Socket

    10 mm Socket

    13 mm Socket

    Diagonal Cutters

    Plastic Trim Removal Tool

    Scan Tool

    MDI

    Service Programming System (SPS - TIS2WEB)

    Splice Sleeve Crimping Tool P/N 12085115

    Heat Gun or GM Ultra Torch P/N 12085116

    Hoist Bay Recommended


    Procedure
    Note: Please review the entire procedure before trying to perform it.


    Note: Make sure the ignition switch is in the off position, and all lamps and accessories are off.

    Remove the battery cover/engine control module (ECM) (1) and set aside.
    Loosen the negative battery cable bolt (2) and remove the negative battery cable (3) from the terminal (4) and position away from the battery.

    Using a flat-bladed plastic trim removal tool, release the retainer clips and remove the instrument panel side trim panel (1) from the instrument panel assembly.

    Depress the tabs and remove the headlamp switch (1) from the instrument panel (2)..
    Disconnect the electrical connector (3) from the headlamp switch (1), and discard the headlamp switch (1).

    Locate the new headlamp with front fog lamp control switch (1) in the accessories kit.
    Connect the electrical connector (3) to the headlamp with front fog lamp control switch (1), and install to the instrument panel (2).

    Engage the retainer clips and install the instrument panel side trim panel (1) to the instrument panel assembly.

    Remove the nut (8) and disconnect the battery positive cable (7) from the junction block (5).
    Release the tabs and remove the cover (1) from the accessory wiring junction block (2).
    Loosen the three bolts (6) to disconnect the accessory wiring junction block (2) from the electrical connectors (3),(4).
    Unfasten the side clips of the accessory wiring junction block (2), remove and set aside for electrical connector access (4).
    Reposition accessory wiring junction block underhood X2 connector (4), to access the green/white wire going into cavity 17 on the back side of the accessory wiring junction block underhood X2 connector (4).
    Cut the green/white wire going into cavity 17 on the back side of the accessory wiring junction block underhood X2 connector (4) close to the terminal. X50A Fuse Block - Underhood X2
    Strip the insulation:
    • Strip approximately 7.5 mm (0.313 in) of insulation from the green/white wire.

    • Do not nick or cut any of the strands. Inspect the stripped green/white wire for nicks or cut strands.

    • If the green/white wire is damaged, repeat this procedure after removing the damaged section.

    Use the splice sleeve crimp tool (2) P/N 12085115 in order to position the DuraSeal splice sleeve in the proper color nest of the splice sleeve crimp tool.
    Use the red nest (1) to crimp the salmon colored splice sleeve provided on the accessory front fog lamp harness.

    Place the salmon colored DuraSeal splice sleeve provided in the accessory front fog lamp harness in the red nest of the splice sleeve crimp tool. Ensure that the crimp falls midway between the end of the barrel and the stop. The sleeve has a stop (3) in the middle of the barrel (2) in order to prevent the wire (1) from going further. Close the hand crimper handles slightly in order to firmly hold the DuraSeal splice sleeve in the red nest.

    Insert the green/white wire cut from the back side of the accessory wiring junction block connector into the salmon splice sleeve barrel until the wire hits the barrel stop.
    Tightly close the handles of the crimp tool until the crimper handles open when released.
    The crimper handles will not open until you apply the proper amount of pressure to the DuraSeal splice sleeve.

    Using the heat gun or ultra torch P/N 12085116, apply heat to the crimped area of the barrel.
    Start in the middle and gradually move the heat barrel to the open ends of the tubing:
    • The tubing will shrink completely as the heat is moved along the insulation.

    • A small amount of sealant will come out of the end of the tubing when sufficient shrinkage is achieved.

    Remove the terminal position assure device (1) from the body harness to the accessory wiring junction block connector (2).
    Position and install the terminal pin of the provided accessory fog lamp harness to cavity 31 of the accessory wiring junction block underhood X2 connector (2). X50A Fuse Block - Underhood X2
    Install the terminal position assure device (1) to the body harness and the accessory wiring junction block underhood X2 connector (2).
    Reposition and install the accessory wiring junction block underhood X2 connector (2) to the accessory wiring junction block retainer base (3).

    Install the accessory wiring junction block (2) to the accessory wiring junction block connectors (3),(4) by pushing into place to seat the clips.
    Tighten
    Tighten the three accessory wiring junction block bolts (6) to 10 Nm (89 lb in)

    Install cover (1) to the accessory wiring junction block (2) by pushing down on the cover until the tabs on the ends of the cover lock into place.
    Install the battery positive cable (7) and nut (8) to the junction block (5).
    Tighten
    Tighten the battery positive cable nut (8) to 7 Nm (62 lb in)

    Route the provided accessory fog lamp harness neatly along side the accessory wiring junction block (2).

    Locate the hole (1) on the left upper tie bar near the left front headlamp to install the relay provided in the accessory fog lamp harness.

    Insert the push pin (1) P/N 19172867 through the hole in the relay clip and through the hole in the left upper tie bar, and secure the push pin (1) to the relay (2).

    Locate the ring terminal on the provided accessory fog lamp harness, remove the ground stud (2) near the left headlamp, and install the ring terminal (1) to the ground stud and tighten.
    Route the front fog lamp harness along the factory front lamp harness towards the left side of the front fascia. Secure the front fog lamp harness using cable ties, every 200mm between the relay (3) and the accessory wiring junction block (4). Trim the excess cable tie tails.

    Lift and suitably support the vehicle.
    Remove the radiator air lower deflector fasteners (1),(3).
    Remove the radiator air lower deflector (2) from the vehicle.

    Remove the left and right fog lamp delete grilles (2), by releasing the retainer clips (1) and pushing from behind, outward to the front of the vehicle.

    Note: The raised portion of the spring nut should face towards the front of the vehicle.

    Install the provided spring nuts (1) P/N 11513599 to the outside mounts of the left and right fog lamp cavities.
    Install the fog lamps (4) to the front fascia fog lamp mount and secure the fog lamps (4) with the provided hex bolts with washers (2) P/N 11589015.
    Tighten
    Tighten the hex bolts with washers (2) to 2.5 Nm (22 lb in)

    Route the front fog lamp harness through the front fascia to the left and right fog lamps (4) and connect the electrical connector (3) to the left and right fog lamps (4).

    Secure the fog lamp harness (1) using cable ties, along the entire length every 200mm, to the existing front lamp and fascia harnesses.

    Install the radiator lower air deflector (2) to the front fascia.
    Install the three rear center 10mm fasteners (3) and the twelve front 7mm fasteners (1) to the radiator lower air deflector (2).
    Tighten
    Tighten the three rear center 10mm fasteners (3) to 6 Nm (53 lb in)

    Tighten
    Tighten the twelve front 7mm fasteners (1) to 2.5 Nm (22 lb in)

    Lower the vehicle.

    Install the negative battery cable (3) to the terminal (4).
    Tighten
    Tighten the negative battery cable bolt (2) to 5 Nm (44 lb in)

    Install the battery cover/engine control module (ECM) (1).
    Note: The installation of this accessory fog lamp kit requires programming and configuring of the vehicle. This is done with a Service Programming System (SPS-TIS2Web). The installer needs to call the Techline Customer Support Center (1-800-828-6860). The Techline Customer Support Center will provide programming instructions and changes to the vehicles calibration settings. You must provide the vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle to be programmed when calling.

    Using the Scan Tool with a MDI, and (SPS-TIS2Web), update the body control module (BCM) calibration file and the instrument panel cluster (IPC) to activate the front fog lamps and the front fog lamp telltales.
    Test the function of the front fog lamps and the front fog lamp telltale.

    Note: There are no horizontal adjustments for aiming the front fog lamp assemblies on this vehicle.

    Aim fog lamps, to ensure accurate vertical front fog lamp aiming, first perform the following steps to prepare the vehicle.
    • Make sure that all the components are in place on the vehicle, the tires are properly inflated, and there is not any mud or snow clinging to the vehicle.

    • Stop all other operations of work on the vehicle.

    • Make sure the fuel level is 1/2 full or more.

    • Jounce the vehicle to settle the suspension.

    • Place the vehicle on a level surface 7.6 m (25 ft) from the target screen.

    • Measure the distance from the floor to the center of the fog lamp (5).

    • Using this measurement, mark the horizontal centerline of the fog lamp (1) on the target screen directly in front of the vehicle.

    • Start the vehicle in order to level the suspension.

    Turn the front fog lamps ON.
    Adjust the fog lamp up or down until the top edge of the high intensity zone on the screen is 102 mm (4 in) below the horizontal centerline.
    Turn OFF the front fog lamps.

    Install the provided left and right accessory fog lamp grilles (2) to the front fascia, making sure the clips (1) are fully engaged.

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    Re: Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

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    Re: Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

    Disappointed that recently purchased new 2012 SRX did not have standard fog lights nor Xenon liights. Just ordered SRX fog light kit from local Cadillac dealer. Kit was $460. Dealer is scheduled to install...installation price unknown.

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    Re: Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

    Quote Originally Posted by dryoder View Post
    Disappointed that recently purchased new 2012 SRX did not have standard fog lights nor Xenon liights. Just ordered SRX fog light kit from local Cadillac dealer. Kit was $460. Dealer is scheduled to install...installation price unknown.

    If possible, have them cancel the order and save some money on the fogs. You can buy the oem fog kit from gm new for about 330$ and bring them into the dealer to have them installed. call around the dealerships to find out rates as i noticed labor changes as it depends on how fast and knowledgeable they are. they charge by the hour and not a set price. You could have some mechanic that's never done it and end up taking 4 hours to install it running around 100$ + per hour or one that can do it in 2 hours and save yourself over 400$

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    Quote Originally Posted by SrxNamja

    If possible, have them cancel the order and save some money on the fogs. You can buy the oem fog kit from gm new for about 330$ and bring them into the dealer to have them installed. call around the dealerships to find out rates as i noticed labor changes as it depends on how fast and knowledgeable they are. they charge by the hour and not a set price. You could have some mechanic that's never done it and end up taking 4 hours to install it running around 100$ + per hour or one that can do it in 2 hours and save yourself over 400$
    I don't know where you're getting $330 from. The GM accessories site shows above $400. The installation price may vary based on skill and experience, but its definitely going to involve a GM dealer to compete. I have to say that the figs both look and light well.

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    Re: Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

    Quote Originally Posted by 300:29:1 View Post
    I don't know where you're getting $330 from. The GM accessories site shows above $400. The installation price may vary based on skill and experience, but its definitely going to involve a GM dealer to compete. I have to say that the figs both look and light well.
    GMPARTS DIRECT $322.00 plus $83.00 S&H total $415.00 not sure if they charge sales tax.

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    Re: Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

    Sorry if this is a noob question, but what does this mean "you need to go to the dealership and get the car coded."

    I need to take my 2011 SRX in for some body work since I just had an altercation with a deer. Damage not bad, but the front fascia paint is cracked where it flexed and a small gouge where the antler hit. The insurance approved shop is a GM dealer and the body shop manager said if I supplied the kit he would install if for minimal extra since it will be all apart anyway. So what does it mean to get it coded by the dealer? Is this something I have to go to Cadillac dealer for or will the Chevrolet location be able to do it?

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    Re: Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

    The Chevy dealer should be able to do it. The module that runs the lights needs to be coded to make the fogs operate.

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    Re: Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

    Does anyone know the part # of the wiring harness that comes in the fog light kit?I am trying to find this harness and not having much luck.I have the fog lights and the bezel.Does anyone have a picture of this harness?Appreciate any help.

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    Re: Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

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    Does anyone know the part # of the wiring harness that comes in the fog light kit?I am trying to find this harness and not having much luck.I have the fog lights and the bezel.Does anyone have a picture of this harness?Appreciate any help.

    Rosco

    #19172869 -005A this is on the label harness

    so hope to help you

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    Re: Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

    Is there someone who knows if there's a relay in the fuse box for the foglight on a 2010-2011-2012-2013 srx luxury. I know there are a wire(purple) from fusebox (x1-10) to the connector x117(8) for that(see that from bwclemons pictures) . The X117 is for the front object sensor

    thank you

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    Re: Adding Fog Lights to 2010-2012 SRX

    There is a seperate relay that needs to be installed. It sits next to the drivers side headlight. Look at the pictures from bwclemons's pictures.
    Did the new harness come with a relay?

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