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Old 10-30-2009, 03:56 PM
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2008 F450 upfitter switches dead

Does anyone know where the upfitter relay coil is located. i have power to all 3 fuses but the switches are dead.
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Does anyone know where the upfitter relay coil is located. i have power to all 3 fuses but the switches are dead.
the upfitter relays are BEHIND the glovebox

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Old 10-30-2009, 04:27 PM
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Thanks for the info, the coil in mention feeds the hot in run mode for the upfitter switch bank. The relays that are located behind the are all after the switches, I'm looking for the relay before all of this.
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Did you check your owners manual? It lists the user replaceable relays. If it's not listed there, then it might be built into the central junction block, and unfortunately you cannot replace those.
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make sure you have ignition key on
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