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Old 03-08-2012, 04:27 PM
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Dash Wiring Diagram

Im looking for a wiring diagram of the dash. My heater isnt working the Blinkers inside are solid however the blinkers still work. and the windshield wipers wont work I think this is all related by a common harness would someone help me please

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thank you but it dosnt get in to the dash wiring from all I looked at
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I posted a bunch of diagrams for a 97 f350 not sure if it will help. i was able to use some of them on my f250 and they did work for me.

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Im looking for a wiring diagram of the dash. My heater isnt working the Blinkers inside are solid however the blinkers still work. and the windshield wipers wont work I think this is all related by a common harness would someone help me please

My truck is a 1995 F-Super Duty with the 7.3 powerstroke
The turn signal and wiper problem sounds like could be a bad multi-function switch. Is the heater problem just the blower not working?
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the blower slightly works but barley and the wipers dont work at all except when i turn the ignition on they move like 2 inches then die
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the blower slightly works but barley and the wipers dont work at all except when i turn the ignition on they move like 2 inches then die
I'd change the multi-function switch and see if that cures the turn signal and wiper problem, and for the blower, that could be a bad resistor.
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I have bypassed the resistor and jumped it to see if the motor was good all that is good but no power to the blower... and ya i was thinking multi function switch too but the heater thing happened at the same time so i thought it was related
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I have bypassed the resistor and jumped it to see if the motor was good all that is good but no power to the blower... and ya i was thinking multi function switch too but the heater thing happened at the same time so i thought it was related
With it all happening at the same time it could be a common problem. Maybe there is a short in the multi-function switch that's messin with the blower. I keep refering to the m-f switch cause mine did something similar with the signals and wipers and that's what it was. If you could get one off another truck to try and see if that's it before buying one would be the way to go.
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now the m-f switch you are refering to is the one on the column the turn signal switch?
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now the m-f switch you are refering to is the one on the column the turn signal switch?
Yeah, they're not hard to change.
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