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Old 06-20-2013, 05:00 PM
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Question unidentified 2 pin harness

hi while looking under the truck , i noticed a 2 pin harness with a "x-mas" tree barbed clip still attached loose under the truck. it hasn't been connected to anything in sometime according to the corrosion of the female pin slots. It is hanging on the d/s front fender, actually in the space underneath, between the fender liner and the floor board of the cab. i noticed it when i was under looking at the oil pan and such. The harness seems to have come down from under the hood, in the area where the fuses and relays are. It is NOT the air box temp sensor harness. I have no codes to help me and everything seems to work. What could it be?
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Old 06-20-2013, 05:11 PM
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Question harness

maybe wiring for reversing light ??
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Old 06-20-2013, 05:14 PM
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my dads f250 and mine have the same connector it just hangs out their with nothing plugged into it.
i cant remember what its for at the moment.
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Might be the abs sensor plug,there should also be one on the pass side as well.
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do you have fog lights?... if not may be the plug for the fogs
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Might be the abs sensor plug,there should also be one on the pass side as well.
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hi others have said abs as well. i will have to check later to see if the rig has abs on the front. i am told some did not in '99
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Old 06-22-2013, 03:16 PM
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What size wires? My block heater wires dangle/tuck behind the front bumper area. Has had the actual plug cut off by previous owner.
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Old 06-22-2013, 04:18 PM
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hi others have said abs as well. i will have to check later to see if the rig has abs on the front. i am told some did not in '99
Whether the truck came with it or not, doesn't necessarily affect the wire loom. You'll find most things have the wires laid out, just not connected to the end user options. Like the over head console, electric seats, ambulance package...

In any event, pictures are worth all the words you could type.
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Old 06-23-2013, 08:56 AM
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Whether the truck came with it or not, doesn't necessarily affect the wire loom. You'll find most things have the wires laid out, just not connected to the end user options. Like the over head console, electric seats, ambulance package...

In any event, pictures are worth all the words you could type.
It would if the truck had front abs and the respective harnesses were or were not plugged in. Its just a two pin connector with a barbed christmas tree a few inches up on the loom. its been unplugged sometime based on the corrosion inside the connector.
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