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Old 05-27-2012, 04:14 PM
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Electric Brake Control Plug In Location

I have a 2006 F350 Super Duty 6.0L that I bought used. I use this as a daily driver and to tow a 13.5K RV. It had an electric brake controller already installed (hardwired in under dash). I want to replace this with a P2 Prodigy that came with a plug-n-play connection but I can't find the plug under the dash. Can anyone give me some guidance about this location.


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I have the factory brake controller and it plugs into a harness right behind it. So it may be right above the little glove box in the dash left of the climate control. Otherwise I would look underneath the steering wheel if you havent already. Hope this helps.
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