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Old 09-27-2010, 09:25 AM
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2004 F-650 wiring diagram?

I have a 04 f-650 flat bed tow truck and want to add a remote start/keyless entry but I can't find a wiring diagram for a 04 f-650. Does anybody have one or know where I can find one? I've tried looking online but no luck. I have Mitchell on demand at work but nothing bigger than 550 is on there.
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My 2001 service manual CD that says "2001 Workshop Information" and "TRUCK" on it has the 650/750.

Not sure I can help, but it MIGHT be the same ... what do you need specifically?

Something like this, for 2001
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On my phone so I can't see the diagrams very good. The diagrams I need are listed below

I need the ignition system and the pats system/ factory anti theft.
It's the cat/Cummings engine with auto trans
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Yeah, I'm going to have to say, you need to buy them from somewhere. I don't have them, and I doubt anyone else is going to have them either.

You COULD subscribe to the motorcraftservice.com website for one vehicle, for 1 month, it's $20. Short-term (72 hours I think) it's $10.95
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