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Old 06-11-2012, 09:55 PM
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07 Dash in an 03...Door panles from 08+??

Alright, so since my truck was stolen and i finally got it back on the road about 6 months later ive done a LOAD of work to it including a full drivetrain swap to coils and 2010 rear end, harley front end completion etc.

So now comes the interior, i picked up a full dash from a 2007 F350, it has everything that i seen, ducts mounting steering wheel etc.

For the people that have done this... any big problems you ran into? I plan on using as much as the 07 pieces as possible, ill wire in anything that doesnt work correctly, I know i was talking about this swap before but now its a go.

Also door panels from an 08+ .... do they fit?? im sure i heard yes and if thats the case ill be picking up a set along with a center console.

This poor truck owes me nothing but to be what i want. i dont think ill ever get rid of it.

Any suggestions??
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Old 06-12-2012, 05:55 AM
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Dash swap is direct bolt in. if you have the newer frame there are some brackets on it that are used to hold the radio in place. other than a few minor things like a tab on the 4x4 switch and extending the pedal switch to the other side of the radio.

did you get a lariat/kr or a xlt with the ac controls.? i made the manual ac controls from my 04 fit the face of the new lariat dash that had auto hvac. difference is the ac bolts to the face in the 05-07 and not the dash like pre 05.

console and door panels also fit.

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I got the non auto climate control. only paid 200$ for the entire dash with frame and all wiring etc, too bad i couldnt figure out how to re-wire the newer instrument cluster to work!

Ill need to get the 4x4 piece with sensor button and foot pedal, this dash come out of an XLT with a floor shift t-case.
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Old 06-13-2012, 05:22 AM
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the pedal switch is to the left of the steering wheel in the 05-07 trucks. good luck with the install and its gonna change the interior of the truck alot.
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Old 06-13-2012, 09:21 PM
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oh i realized that once i picked it up, the power back window goes under the 4x4 switch.

im gonna look into the cluster wiring, man id love to make it work
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if you can make the cluster work be sure and let me know. id like to swap one.
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