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Old 10-23-2010, 07:11 PM
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Electrical plugins behind front wheelwells

The electrical plugins behind the front wheelwells, what are they for? I was thinking they may be for if you purchased a truck with the lighted factory running boards?

I see these on my 2000 f250
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Old 10-23-2010, 09:27 PM
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maybe for ABS
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I think you guessed it with the lighted running boards. Easy way to find out, get a test light and open your door

I have the plugs too. Just figured that what they were for. They wire these trucks for everything just so they don't have to make a bunch of harnesses.
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The plugs are for abs and not runningboard. The wifes excursion has lighted runningboards and there not pluged in there. The plug runs to the top of the axel on eather side
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