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superduty-list Digest Wed, 01 Nov 2000 Volume: 2000  Issue: 048

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Re: Sorry to have to do it this way.........
Electric Source

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Subject: Re: Sorry to have to do it this way.........
Date: Wed,  1 Nov 2000 05:52:53 -0800


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Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2000 20:36:20 -0600
From: Robert Woodfill <woodfill radiks.net>
Subject: Electric Source

For a 00 F250, is there a convenient place in the fuse panel area to
find a 12 V feed that's hot in the accessories and on switch positions,
and a second that's hot all the time? I'm installing a CD Changer.

Thanks for any help.

Bob


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Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2000 23:52:38 +0100
Subject: 4x4 hubs not disengaging?
From: Kirk Werner <Kirk Werner.org>

My '00 F350 4x4 recently started NOT disengaging properly after being in 4wd
Hi. Prior to this, it always worked perfectly:

Turn the switch to 4 hi, I'm in. Then turn it off to disengage and it would
do so.  That's the way the system is supposed to function- no need to back
up to disengage the hubs. But the other day I turned a corner on pavement
and the front end started to bind and make noises like it was in 4wd.  No
way, I thought...couldn't be...In fact, I'd only used the system to get my
duck boat off a bad ramp and that was 200 miles earlier. After this initial
episode, then it was fine.  But later that day it did it again. Now it
hasn't done this for two days.  I'm puzzled. It's going to the dealer Friday
for a look, but since I can't get it to duplicate with any regularity, I'm
sure they won't find anything.

Has anyone else had any strange experiences similar to this?

Thanks

Kirk


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