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Old 02-10-2013, 11:26 AM
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Upfitter switches in my 2000

i just got the 05 lower dash and upfitters installed in my 2000. i don't have them wired yet but hope to this week(if i can get some help with wiring). here are some pics, i know there is a color difference but is not as much difference as i was afraid of and i think it still looks pretty good.
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my truck is a lariat but i removed the wood grain, i think that helped a whole lot
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That is awesome! Does it bolt up and everything line up correctly? If so im gonna get one!
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i had to do a little cutting and trimming but nothing big. i put everything in, in a couple of hours
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That's nice! What's the compartment below the switches that's closed in the pictures?
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Re: Upfitter switches in my 2000

I put upfitters in mine an hooked up the PTO high idle and love it

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that is a small glove box. i put a flash light and other crap in there, it is pretty big.

the only problem i am having right now is the wiring
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i just got the 05 lower dash and upfitters installed in my 2000. i don't have them wired yet but hope to this week(if i can get some help with wiring). here are some pics, i know there is a color difference but is not as much difference as i was afraid of and i think it still looks pretty good.
What model of 2005 did that dash come out of? Super duty, king ranch or?
Because I'm having a hard time finding one for myself.

I'm also very curious how you'll wire your switches - keep us updated
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Old 02-18-2013, 05:27 PM
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i ordered everything from Autofair(a vendor on here)

i know, from my reading, that 5 wires need to be constant hot and one is keyed. 4 of the constants(one for each switch) are fed from fuses on the 05+ trucks, i am not sure what the other constant hot wire if for? i have posted in the 6.0 section hoping someone would check theirs with a test light but no luck so far. i guess i will have to hook them all up and pull one at a time.
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got the wiring figured out. they now work as if they came in the truck from the factory.
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