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Heyas, this is a great thread. here is my problem. where do they usually tuck the stock plug. I looked all over mine using my iphone flashlight but could not find it.
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Inside the bumper on the driver's side.
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HELP! Started 2000 F250, no heat (gauge didn't move) and fan only works on high. Changed thermostat and blower motor resistor. Still doesn't work !! Now a new problem. When adding water and antifreeze in over flow reservoir the water runs out onthe ground. Any suggestions.
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HELP! Started 2000 F250, no heat (gauge didn't move) and fan only works on high. Changed thermostat and blower motor resistor. Still doesn't work !! Now a new problem. When adding water and antifreeze in over flow reservoir the water runs out onthe ground. Any suggestions.
well a good start would be to post this in the 99-03 7.3 section and start a new thread. Try to give as much "clear" information as you can. You will have to narrow down where your water leak is for anyone to give you assistance on it. Good luck and welcome to fte
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I bought #14 wire from Ace. I also replaced the plug as well. The original wire was either 16 or 18. The timer not only saves you from getting up 2 hours early but saves on your electric bill as well. Take your time and be careful and you can complete the job in less than an hour.
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