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Old 05-07-2011, 10:55 PM
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1992 to 1995 f250 wiring harness swap

So my 1995 F250 had a minor fire roughly a year ago that caused some of my wiring harness to be destroyed. After searching for a replacement one with no results I decided to take the harness out of my 1992 project 250 to replace it and just replace the 92's when I finally found one. Both trucks are 250s, xlt, 4x4, automatic, and 351s. I have both harness out of the trucks and I laid them side by side to make sure they are both the same except for one part. I need to know if I can still make this swap work and how. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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What is this part?

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The above picture is of the connector from the 1992.

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This photo is of the connector from the 1995.
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Old 05-08-2011, 10:54 AM
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The part with the circle around it is the Speed Control Servo/Amplifier Assembly.
In 1992 they used a vacuum Speed Control and 1993 on they used Electric.

This photo is of the connector from the 1995.:
C216 Speed Control Servo/Amplifier Assembly

The above picture is of the connector from the 1992.:
C1018, Speed Control Servo
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So I'm wondering if I need to hook that up? Can I just leave the cruise unhooked and never use cruise?
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I do not see why not.
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