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Old 04-15-2018, 08:15 PM
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What accessories/implements/devices are generally powered by these switches? I do not have my manual handy but believe some of them are 25 amp. and others 40 amp. Thanks....
 
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Lights, dash cams, radar detectors, high idle, etc.
 
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There are six upfitter switches in the 2017+ Super Duty and Raptor. Switches 1-4 are 25A circuits and switches 5-6 are 40A circuits. By moving a jumper in the upfitter relay box you can also choose to make switches 5-6 hot at all times or hot only with the key on.

On my truck, I have wired the following switches:
Switch 1: Front discreet amber LED strobe lights in grille
Switch 2: Rear discreet amber LED strobe lights on headache rack
Switch 3: Rear-facing white LED auxiliary lights integrated into headache rack (these also automatically turn on in reverse)
Switch 4: High-idle for diesel engine
Switch 5: Sends power to bed-mounted transfer tank diesel pump (otherwise anyone could turn the pump on in the bed and pump your diesel into their vehicle)
Switch 6: empty (for now)

I never thought I'd really have use for these switches, but I do. There is also a company online that allows you to custom-print little sticker labels that fit perfectly on the switches so you can see what they are in a neat manner.

RAM offers 5 pushbutton switches and a little nicer way to configure them, but Ford's system works well...aside from the access box on diesel models being pretty tight.
 
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