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Old 08-10-2013, 10:39 PM
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Dash harness really need help 2000 F350.

Hello all,
I have been trying in vain to find a replacement harness for my truck which is a 2000 F350 4x4 automatic, 7.3 diesel. While parked the overhead computer caught fire and fell to the carpet melting some of the wires under the dash. The truck still ran but I pulled the harness to fix or replace the bad parts. Fixing it is turning out to be a real pain and I would much rather just install a used one in good shape. I talked to one person and they mentioned that there are very many different harnesses for our trucks of the same year and options. Is this true? I am looking for a used harness if anyone has a line on one I would be ever in your debt. The part number on my harness sticker is YC3T-14401-F260Z
If nobody has one to sell can anyone point me in the direction to find what I need? The biggest question is if only the one harness number will work with my truck or if there are other options. It's been sitting for almost a year now and I really need to get her running and back to work.
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Old 08-10-2013, 11:03 PM
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You can take a harness from any late 99 to 01 truck provided its te same cab configuration and options as you.

Is it the interior harness... Or the body harness?

Interior was pretty high up along the firewall, and body runs along near the floor.
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Old 08-20-2013, 07:31 PM
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I do believe the company is called "painless" or something that makes wiring harnesses.

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