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Old 11-14-2010, 01:17 PM
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Uplifter switch wires?

I have the uplifter switches and have no idea where the hook up wires are for this all i found under dash on left side was about 10 skinny wires capped and not the right colors as book shows ???
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drop the fuse block & look up there
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If yours is the the newer Superduty the fuse box is on the pass side & the old location under the steering wheel is just an access panel. The upfitter wires are above the park brake release & you can remove that access panel for more room /Light.. See the below PDF for the pictures of the wires & their location...
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