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Old 08-09-2011, 10:11 PM
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Price On a Factory Brake Controller

Today at the junk yard I found factory brake controller while I was looking for the upfitter switches and figured it was worth some money paid 20 bucks, I was wondering what these go for? some on ebay was 130 @ buy it now. I have no use for it because I already have it Just wondering on a fair price thanks. Also I was doing some reasearch on a install on a truck that doesnt have this option the need the master cylinder as well should I pick it up for a higher price as well.
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oddly enough my '06 Harley 350 didnt come with a brake controler just a little cubby hole instead, but all the wiring is there so if you wanted to get rid of that one cheap enough i would be willing to take it off your hands for you!
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Old 08-11-2011, 05:31 PM
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I was doing some reasearch on a install on a truck that doesnt have this option the need the master cylinder as well should I pick it up for a higher price as well.
Correct. If the controller was not factory installed, you would need to change the master cylinder. Wiring "already there" or not. There might even be a different PCM as well (.?.?), IIRC (which I may not).
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Old 08-26-2011, 10:21 PM
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how would the master cylinder by affected by an eletronic brake controller?
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The master cylinder from the trucks with the factory TBC has an additional pressure switch. The non-tbc master has a boss for it, but it is not drilled/tapped. You will have the wiring for the additional switch plugged in to a dead end white plug on the harness the other switch lead comes from. If you just install the brake controller without the master, braking will be very, very odd-jerky, uncontrollable. Generally a bad idea. You will also need to have the instrument cluster programmed with the ford WDS (not NGS) to turn the TBC function on. (or use an instrument cluster from a truck that had the factory TBC)

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So the dealership can turn on all the stuff in the ECM, as long as the controller and brake sensor are hooked up? And they can do this to an 04 cluster/ecm?
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no. The TBC wasn't an otion in 04.
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Old 09-05-2011, 09:10 PM
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so there's no way to engineer one to work? Or do i have to be content with an aftermarket piece?
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Old 09-05-2011, 09:16 PM
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Short of swaPPing in an entire wiring harness from a model year it was an oPtion, along with the Pcm, master cylinder, and every electrical comPonent, no.

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news!
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Old 09-08-2011, 05:35 PM
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Well if anyone wants it shoot me a pm price it still has the factory sticker on it check the manual for xzy if questions
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