I installed some SuperDuty driving / fog lights on my Raptor and was not wanting to use up one of my Upfitter switches, so decided to install a regular F150 headlight switch which would be for a regular F150 with driving lights. I have a 2012 Raptor with automatic headlamps, but think these instructions could help people with other years. The switch I purchased was for a 2012 F150 with automatic headlamps and driving lights. I also had to purchase a pigtail plug for the extra wires for the fog lamps. Ford uses this same pigtail for many areas of the vehicle, and least expensive I could find was eBay. I bought the Motorcraft WPT-934 pigtail. Wiring Diagram I cut off the old headlight pigtail and installed the new one. I did this one wire at a time. The wires off to the right are the stock light wires, then I have the fog on the left. Basically how this wiring in the switch works is once the fog light switch is turned on by pulling on the switch, it send a ground signal to the lights. So I installed a relay out next to the Outfitter switch relays. So this ground signal from the headlight switch runs outside to that relay. I pulled the power from that relay also from the feed into the Outfitter switch relays. Then the second wire you see on the headlight switch pigtail is to show when the fog lamps are on, so the output from the new fog light relay runs to the two lights, but also runs back to the headlight switch which turns on the little light on the switch. For the bumper I had to cut some of the metal off from the mounting brackets on both sides. I bough some SuperDuty lights and cut the plastic brackets down and made up some metal brackets to mount them. I like being able to run these on the street and it seems to light up the road very nicely.