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Old 10-16-2012, 11:35 PM
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Power Adjustable Pedals Not Working!!!! Electronic GURU'S NEEDED!!!!

Ok so here's the deal. I don't know how long they haven't been working (when they stopped) I just know that when I bought the truck they did work and now they don't.

Only thing that I have done in the most recent past inside messing with wiring is glowshift gauges 2 years ago and they worked after the install, High beam fog light mod, High Idle mod and installed my egt amplifier for my Dashboss. I don't use them but it SERIOUSLY bugs the crap out of me that they don't work anymore. Any help would be appreciated.

I also checked the wiring going to the motors that move the pedals and my power mirrors and power seats all work flawlessly. I didn't remove the wires to the motors and mess with the switch but I did check the fuse and it was good so electronic guru's work your magic. Thanks guys!!
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What type of adjustable pedals? I am unfamiliar with any adjustable pedals on a 6.0.

Is this a aftermarket hand operated system by any chance?
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Old 10-17-2012, 07:20 AM
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Nope came from the factory this way. Little button on the dash on the left side of the steering wheel.
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So your getting power to the end of the connector that plugs into the pedal plug..?
Did your verify a circuit change with a volt meter when pushing the button back and forth?

If the wiring is good, then it must be the pedal motor.
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Mine do not work either. I'm in the same boat. I dont use them, but it bothers me why they dont work. Here's a bump
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Sorry Tuscany I will have to back out of this. I just can't picture what your referring to.

Wish I had something to go look at but I don't own a 6.0. I have had to work on too many of em to actually want to own one. But then I haven't owned a diesel since 1989 LOL as far as I am concerned nobody has built a decent one since then. Not just pickin on Ford.
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Old 10-17-2012, 08:50 AM
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I'll take pics later and throw them up here. No problem Danny.
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Hey Danny here is a picture of what the switch looks like on one with power adjustable pedals. Next time you work on one go take a look and see if you can't find it and see how it works.

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Is that like linked to your cruise control? Does it actually move the pedals physically?

Ya got my interest peaked know will have to look into this. Never even noticed that switch before. Larn sumthin new every day lol.
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Old 10-17-2012, 01:24 PM
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Yes it moves the entire pedal assemblies in or out to the drivers liking along with power seats that move forward, back, up or down and tilt forward or back.
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