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  • About Neil
    Year
    2004
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F150
    Body
    Supercrew
    Trim
    Lariat
    Color
    Dark Toreador Red & AZ Beige
    Location
    Spearfish SD
    Occupation
    testing early retirement
    Country of Residence
    US
    Gender
    Male
  • Signature
    2004 F150


    My trucks & other things

    My Wrecked SuperCrew

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  • Last Activity: 05-23-2019 03:12 PM
  • Join Date: 01-13-1999

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  1. 10-23-2012 10:04 PM
    Are you wiring up puddle lamps too? If so, I had ZERO luck finding the wires under the kick panel. I finally found someone that had located a wire behind the kick panel on behind the park brake. The shared the info and a photo, and it all worked. If you need that info, let me know, I have it stored somewhere.
  2. 10-23-2012 10:03 PM
    Also here is a note I sent to a guy when I needed some help. The note contains a description of which pins I moved.
    "Originally Posted by Neil
    Mirrors are on, I moved pin #9 over to the #8 hole. Then I removed the #2 pin, snipped the wire and inserted it into the #11 hole. Then I did a quick test. Turn signal works, heat works, power mirror works. So far so good.
    Then I tested the puddle lamp to make it was wired correctly. I used a small tractor battery, grounded the battery to the door frame, hooked the positive lead to the wire feeding the #11 pin and the puddle lamp illuminated. So at that point, I assumed all was well. I did the same for both sides.
    I ran a new wire from the pigtail on the #11 pin through the doors and tucked and tied them neatly into place."
  3. 10-23-2012 10:03 PM
    Here is a link that has some diagrams of the plug in your truck. You need to move a few pins around. When you look at the diagrams, you'll notice the pin numbers didn't change, however, look at the description and you'll be able to figure out what pins need to be swapped. Link with diagrams
  4. 10-22-2012 03:06 PM
    Neil,
    I just got towing mirrors, and was wondering if you have a diagram or if you could help me out on them.
    Thanks,
    Justin

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