Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: upstate ny
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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)
Overall, GREAT upgrade. Worlds above aftermarket controllers.
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Here are the Ford Part Numbers,
5C3Z 19H332 BA Fits ALL Diesels OR Gas Engines with DRW's
5C3Z 19H332 AA Fits Gas Engines With Single Rear Wheels Only.
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