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post #1 of 4 Old 09-07-2010, 09:32 AM Thread Starter
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electrical connections

Behind both front fender wells, at the rear of the plastic fender wells, there is a electrical connection with a plug, red and black inners. These appear to be plug ins for running board lights, however I have not tested for power yet. They might be some kind of diagnostic plugs.

Anybody know what their for?
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Are they for the ABS sensors maybe? (might be prewired even if your truck didn't come with ABS - you haven't put your truck info in... )
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YA my truck info might help. It is a 1999 F250 Super Duty. 2x4 7.3 diesel. Extended cab. Factory running boards but no lights. Not sure what they are for.
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Those are for the ABS sensors. One on each hub.

2000 F350 4wd CC SB PSD
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