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I've read many different posts/replies on here and everyone seems to have a different opinion on which dates require the flash when installing fog lights. Before I get too far down the rabbit hole of adding fogs, I'm curious to know if anyone has an idea if my 2012 Cruze Eco (built 2/12) would need the flash? If I need to splice into something else I will, but the OEM switch would be a nice touch lol.
 

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@Murphsox was yours oem kit or just aftermarket?
 

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Mine was a OEM kit from Chevy. It was the last one in the warehouse
 

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yea they are few and far between. If you do find one, dont let the dealer mess with you. they "programmed" my fogs in and it never took, i had to go back and complain to them and then magically it worked. I was charged a hour of work and the program only takes 15 mins
 

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Unfortunately that's about normal. When I worked for an FCA dealer they basically charged 1 hour for all flashes and reprograms. Also what I was charged on my last vehicle that I put fogs on. I'm just curious because some people with 2012's appeared to not need the BCM reprogramming whether I'll need it or not
 

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Wire it up of it doesn't work you can opt to negate the bcm I would think or go get it flashed by dealer
 
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