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Old 09-13-2012, 08:54 PM
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SOS I need your help with identifying some wires please

SOS I need your help with identify some wires please.
So I bought an Edge Turbo Timer for my '08 6.4 Super Duty. It comes with a couple of mini fuses that have a pigtail wire coming out of one side of the mini fuse with a connector to hook on to the turbo timer. The directions says to take out fuse #30 (10 amp A/C clutch relay) and add their 10 amp mini fuse with the pigtail and also to take out fuse #77 (10 amp ABS module logic) and add their 10 amp mini fuse with the pigtail, which is the fuse panel underneath the hood. Well a couple of problems with this is first there is no good way to enter the fuse panel and second I can't close the lid with out crushing the wires. The lid is built to hold the fuses in place. So I thought maybe if I can identify the colors for fuse #30 ( A/C clutch relay ) and fuse #77 ( ABS module logic) coming out of the fuse box I can go ahead and tap into those instead. So if you can provide the color of the wires for fuse #30 and fuse # 77 that would help out big time. Thanks!
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Old 09-14-2012, 09:05 PM
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So anybody have any input or know where I can find this info?
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You will have to trim a passage for the wires to leave the fuse box. The fuse box is pretty tough to get to, so if I were you I'd pass on connecting to the wire before it enters the fuse box.
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