Got it. Thanks! I'll give that a try and update the thread
Your advice worked perfectly. I appreciate it.
Here's how I wired my eBay fogs/harness (without a separate relay trigger wire) to the OEM NADM Sport Touring/Touring headlight stalk:
• Fog light connectors connect to the fog light housings
• The ground eyelet that's closest to the fog light connectors goes to a ground. There's a good bolt near the driver's side of the bumper
• I extended the positive wire a few feet so I could keep the relay, inline fuse and switch inside the cabin. These don't look very waterproof/water resistant and I don't think they'll last long in the engine bay. I mocked up the inline fuse, relay and switch inside the cabin, then extended the wire
• I ran the wiring through the fender, above the wheel well liner, and used the inner fender/door grommet to run the positive wire. Loom it and it'll be invisible.
• Use an add-a-fuse on the DRL fuse (42) and connect it to the positive
• Find the ground that comes off of the relay and remove the eyelet
• Using a new wire, connect the above wire to the relay's ground (which no longer has an eyelet) and run it to the steering column
• Separate the steering column cover by prying it apart
• Remove the factory, non-fog stalk, and replace it with the new stalk. There are two Phillips screws holding the lower trim and one retaining the stalk. Remove the stalk itself with the two retaining clips.
• Using your newly extended ground wire, push it into the bottom row connector, next to the pink wire (pictures are above in the thread). The wire strands will need to be thin enough to extend to the end of the connector and reach the stalk's pin. At the same time, ensure that the wire's insulation will hold the wire into the connector. I'm going to find a pin from a junkyard and do this the right way.
• Using this method, you'll still need to keep the cheap switch (and leave it on), but the OEM switch will operate the fog lights. I want to cut the janky switch out of the harness next.