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Old 04-12-2006, 10:48 AM
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Anyone with a 94-97' F-250 Heavy duty

I need the steering wheel horn/cruise button pad to replace my non cruise pad, Ford keeps getting the wrong one and their telling me I'm crazy about converting my truck to cruise

Its the non-air bag horn/ cruise pad that when installed on the steering wheel the front stretchs about 2/3 of the way down the steering wheel center and its flat on the bottom, somewhat triangular on the sides, and the top stretchs up and over the top of the wheel the entire way to the back (closest to the column covers)


I'm hoping someone would be willing to grab me a part# from theirs
It pops right off if you pull on the top towards you
the top is locked with a simple button head pc into a v shaped slot, and the lower sides just have raised clips holding it to the wheel so its no sweat to pop off then right back on


Can anyone help, i can get a pic if nessacary

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Old 04-12-2006, 06:17 PM
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check here. might have what your lookin for.
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this one too. i think it may be pretty much the same thing.
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Whelp the rest of the parts came in from Ford and it turns out we had the correct part number in the first place the parts were just boxed wrong the whole time

So the cruise is installed and working great
totally plug and play on this truck, put it on right in the Ford dealership parking lot
easiest mod i ever tried

gonna post up the exact part numbers and specifics soon for the next guy that tries this
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Congrats on the easy install!!!
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