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What Gets Pluged Into This?

This connection is above the brake pedal to the left of the steering column in my 96 E-350 van with a 7.3.
The right pin is always hot.
The left pin is hot with the ignition on.
What I really want to do is use this connector for some add on's,
so I need to identify to get the male plug.
Thanks in advance for any help.
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Does one of the pins get hot if you step on the brake? I'm wondering if it is for a trailer brake controller.

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That's for the AIC/APCM. Those round plugs are used in various places on the rig, not sure what' its called or where to buy a new one.

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That's for the AIC/APCM. Those round plugs are used in various places on the rig, not sure what' its called or where to buy a new one.
I found mine on ebay....it can be hard to find one that isnt priced sky high.

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