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Old 02-06-2009, 05:23 PM
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7 pin HD trailer wiring diagram - truck side

Does anyone happen to have the pinouts for the OEM ford plug that plugs in the 7 pin connector behind the bumper?

2000 Ford Excursion - I'm trying to replace the 7 pin plug with an aftermarket plug that requires me to cut/splice.

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