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Old 11-03-2010, 09:55 AM
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multifunction switch

Does anybody have a diagram or close personal knowledge of the multifunction switch for a 97-03 f150? If so, i would greatly appriciate some input. What i want to accomplish is brights and dims on at the same time. and if possible, i would like to do this without adding an extra switch ( i like the stock look). I know that when you use the flash to pass (pull the lever back) it doesn't override the dims, it just turns on the brights. Is it possible to switch wires in such a way that you could effectively reverse the switch so that when you turn on the brights, the dims stay on? Thanks for any input on the subject.
97 f150
5.4 triton,
4x4 off road
regular cab
Flow Master SIDO
Towing Mirrors
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Old 11-03-2010, 11:26 AM
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How about 2 relays and a fuse holder under the hood ?

This runs the low beams at the same time as the high beams, without having the load on the MFS.

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The FTP function is in the contacts section of the MFS.

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