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Old 02-14-2002, 02:44 AM
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I Have the 99' E.B. 5.4 with the towing pack. I bought it used and went to hook up the electric brake with the supplied wiring kit and low and behold, the wires and harness had been cut.

Is there a way to determine the wiring? I really would like to hook up the brake with the original system. Thanks for your help. Jeff
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Old 02-14-2002, 11:39 AM
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light problems HELP

2001 f 350 light problems Ok changed the multi function switch ,tested the light switch changed relays and fuses same problem. Disconnected every ad on . High beam light on dash always on, put on low beam looks like high beam ,put on hi beam looks like very lo beam , fog lights will work all the time (shouldn't with high beam ) my lighting problem might be just a coincides with hooking up a plow . Oh by the way when the plow is hooked up it is the same, lights go out on the truck but same high low problem on the plow.

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I assume it was a mistake that you append this question to an ancient thread about trailer brakes. You will get more responses starting a new thread and putting it in the truck section of the board
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