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Old 03-24-2014, 07:06 PM
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Odd electrical problem

I have a 99 f350 with an odd electrical issue. My gauges don't work, odometer doesn't work, and the dinger goes off and the automatic door locks continue to lock and unlock. If I press the accelerator all stops but the gauges remain dead. As soon as I let off the gas the dinger and door locks continue. I have disconnected and cleaned all the electrical plugs that tie into the firewall as well as the electrical connections under the master cylinder. I'm at a loss, if you can point me in any direction it would greatly be appreciated. Thanks Jeff
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Old 03-25-2014, 09:29 AM
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Try posting in the section relevant to your year of truck. Electrical systems between the two generations are vastly different. Our trucks are much more old-school wrt. electricals/electronics. I hear tell about a gizmo you guys have called the GEM - General Electrical Module - known for collecting rain water and causing all manner of ghostly electrical phenomena, like you're experiencing. But the guys here: Ford Powerstroke 99-03 7.3L Forums - Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum would know much better.
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