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Old 06-02-2014, 02:24 PM
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What are these wires for? They look factory spliced, but they could be anything, I bought it used.
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Im at work so I cant see pictures but Im gonna bet you are talking about the wires just below the cowl on the drivers side.. if so dont sweat it . Ford actually thought ahead and put those to the upfitter switchs to make it easier to run extra goodies. Its all good nobody has hacked your wires.
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Im at work so I cant see pictures but Im gonna bet you are talking about the wires just below the cowl on the drivers side.. if so dont sweat it . Ford actually thought ahead and put those to the upfitter switchs to make it easier to run extra goodies. Its all good nobody has hacked your wires.
Yep, Just below the cowl on the drivers side. Thanks!
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Old 06-02-2014, 02:36 PM
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No sweat brother. WELCOME TO THE SITE!
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they actually aren't to the up fitters they are blunt spliced on both sides of the firewall for you to use for whatever u want up fitters or not

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^^^Yup your right. I got to thinking more about this and was gonna correct myself but you beat me to it!
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i know where your coming from because it's in the Ford up fitters info guides/pdf's
so it gets confused for up fitter switch wires a lot
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