Rear center seat belt replacement and back up light wiring questions - Ford Powerstroke Diesel Forum
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Rear center seat belt replacement and back up light wiring questions

Have a couple random questions. My rear center seat belt receiver end is cracked and the metal tab of the seat belt won't click in. Is that a replaceable part?

I have an indash dvd player and am about to hook up a rear view camera. I want it to display onto the monitor when I put the truck in reverse. There is a wire included to make it do that. Is there a place in the cab or in the wire cluster that runs along the driver door that has the wiring for the rear back up lights to tap into? If so, what is the color and where would be the easiest place to do it near the dash?


2008 F250 crew cab

2008 F250 Quad cab, long bed, Diezel!! Spartan dash daq,dpf/cat delete, S&B CAI, trifold bed cover, rhino bed liner, Amp research auto steps, 6" lift, 35x18x13.50 tires, Avital Auto start, back up camera, , JVC Arsenal head, just put a billet grill on, more to come.
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