Well... I just finished mounting the lights, and connecting them... and they work! Didn't change anything, but actually noticed the ground on the right light is disconnected (yet BOTH lights still come on... go figure) I was adjusting them and went to park the car... a friend came by and I went to show him and now just the left light works, the fuse didn't go out for it either.
The buzzing only comes about when I turn the fogs on w/o the headlights on... which when I do that the fogs don't come on, but the lowbeams do (and are VERY low). I'll have to go through the light wiring more in depth over the weekend and next week, especially after I get my multimeter on Mon.
But off the tops of your heads... anyone know why BOTH lights would first work when the driver's side light isn't grounded, then the passenger's would go out and the non-grounded light would still work? Seems backwords to me, but maybe that's just me. Lol!
I decided to trace the wiring from the fogs to the fusebox... a previous owner had tapped the passenger's foglight into the lowbeam wirnig, and the hot wires for both fogs is black (instead of the original ywllow/brown ad yellow/violet). So I decided to go to the fuse box and tap directly into the lines there (fuses 29 & 30) so as to bypass the entire wiring after the fuse box and will go through and remove the old, now unnecessary wiring cleaning other issues up as I go along. Now both fogs work perfectly, as does the switch and indicator light in the cab.