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Separating fog lights from low beams?

Hello! I have had a 2009 Borrego Limited V8 since 2016. I purchased as the second owner when it had 92k miles on it, driven by an acquaintance's mother (who is a college professor) since it was new on a 60 mile one-way commute during the school year from Grand Forks to Fargo. I freakin' LOVE this vehicle, and honestly can say that there isn't a single SUV, new or old, that I would rather have. I could write a novel about the things I like about the Borrego, but I will spare you in this thread.

I would only like to change one thing... I want to be able to have my fog lights on with JUST my parking lights, and not only available with my low-beams. Mostly as a lighting choice at sunset or sunrise, between the dark and light times of day. I am aware that this is a typical trait among non-domestic vehicles, where fog lights are only available when headlights are on, but I want to be able to bypass this.

Anyone have any input on allowing the fog lights to be controlled separately from the headlights? I also commonly will drive on rural roads, and would LOVE being able to keep fog lights illuminated when high-beams are on, so all 6 bulbs shine forward. This also would require the fog's to be controlled independently.

Any input is appreciated!

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