I just completed setting up my fog lights properly. So made a little write up on how to get it done properly. Enjoy As the title says this is a DIY foglight install, BUT only certain models will have the loom already in the car. Tools Required - #2 phillips head screw driver (long and a stubby one) - Soldering iron/solder - electrical tape/heat shrink - Drill with a 15mm or so drill bit - File (round and a flat one) - Side cutters - Holden T5 dash cluster bulb - Foglight relay (aircon relay is the same) - Factory foglight switch - Fog lights (genuine or aftermarket) - Multi meter Step 1 - In the engine bay fuse holder, flip the lid over and hunt down the "Fog light relay" as seen in the pictures below. Once located, fit your relay straight into the plug (NOTE - To make sure your car has the fog light loom check if there is metal pins in the fog light relay posision, if not, ignore the rest of this DIY as its useless for aftermarket foglight looms) Step 2 - Remove Dash facia (2 screws directly below drop down pocket under rubber matt and remove. Then 2 screws at bottom of the top dash section, drop the fuse cover below steering wheel and remove another 3 screws, finally vertical to the speedo cluster there is 2 more screws (stubby screw driver needed) - Once dash is removed, locate headlight switch plug, taped to this will be the foglight switch plug, untape and pull out. - Now grab your drill and drill out a 10mm~ hole directly below headlight switch hole in the dash fasia. - File out slowly untill the foglight switch clips in neatly and plug in the foglight switch plug ( i traced the outside of the plug onto the dash and used cut/polish to remove the lines once complete) Step 3 - Remove the front bar ( Open bonnet, 3 screws across the top, 1 screw in each wheel arch, turn the wheel to full lock each way for easy access to each side) - On each side below the headlights will be a plug with 2 wires connected taped to the factory loom (as pictured below) remove tape and pull it down. My picture doesnt show the factory plug as i had to cut it off to fit aftermarket foglights, genuine and SOME aftermarket fog lights use the factory plug. - Either plug your fog lights in (genuine) or cut off the plug and wire up your fog lights. (Test for positive/negative via multi meter on the wires, turn the switch on you mounted in the dash to test - Mount the foglights into the front bar and aim the beams correctly Step 4 - Remove Dash cluster (2 screws, one in each corner) Locate globe holder that lines up to the fog light symbol (Seen in photo below) and insert globe in position and refit cluster - Test out the foglight switch, flick them on and off, check cluster globe, fog lights is all working - When all confirmed working throw the front bar and dash facia back on and enjoy your 100% factory looking foglight install.