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Old 09-22-2011, 11:33 AM
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97 F350 Trailer Wiring Diagram

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Trying to find a wiring diagram for the factory brake controller harness from plug under the center of the dashboard to the 7 way connector at the rear bumper. Have an open somewhere on the modulated hot wire that actually drives the electric trailer brakes ("blue wire"). Trying to find out if there are any connectors, breakers, fusible links (etc) and where they may be. Have checked the connectors at the rear just forward of the 7 way plug... Thanks!
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There is a fuse, if I remember right its under the hood, I think its one of two small blocks that are mounted to the side of the main fuse block on the drivers side....
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I can email you a diagram... I only have it on my computer it is not hosted where I can put a link to it here..
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