planning on doing lower ball joints today. i think 257k is longer than average life, but i could be wrong. it's my first actual suspension repair.
as for my fogs, i rememberd this as a troubleshooting chart, it's not, but shows where power is going to get to your fogs, so follow each step, there's also a wiring and adjustment diagram in the fsm.
"FRONT FOG LAMP PFP:26150
System Description EKS000WR
Power is supplied at all times to front fog lamp relay terminal 5 through:
l 15A fuse (No. 43, located in the fuse and fusible link box.)
With the lighting switch in headlamp “ON” (2ND) position, “LOW BEAM” (B) position, power is supplied:
l through 15A fuse (No. 39, located in the fuse and fusible link box)
l to lighting switch terminal 5
l through terminal 7 of the lighting switch
l to front fog lamp relay terminal 1.
FOG LAMP OPERATION
The front fog lamp switch is built into the combination switch. The lighting switch must be in headlamp “ON”
(2ND) position and “LOW BEAM” (B) position for fog lamp operation.
With the front fog lamp switch in the ON position ground is supplied:
l to front fog lamp relay terminal 2
l through the front fog lamp switch
l to body grounds E7 and E37.
The front fog lamp relay is energized and power is supplied:
l from front fog lamp relay terminal 3
l to terminal + of each front fog lamp.
Ground is supplied to terminal - of each front fog lamp through body grounds E7 and E37.
With power and ground supplied, the front fog lamps illuminate."