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Old 11-05-2010, 04:02 PM
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Upfitter switches ???

I'm looking at a new 2011 F250 and the only option in question is it doesn't have the upfitter switches. Can that be added after the fact by the dealer? I mean is the plug behind the dash and it is a simple plug and play situation?

I'm not sure I'll ever use them but it would be nice to have them there in case I did.

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Old 11-06-2010, 08:25 AM
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I added mine in. Took me about 25 minutes to put in. Here are the part numbers..

upfitter harness BC3Z-14A303-A, switch AL3Z-13D730-AA
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Old 11-06-2010, 05:14 PM
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Thank you for the reply and the part #'s. Not sure I'll put them in right away but at least I know I can add them.

Thanks again

Looks like sometime next week I'll be the owner of a new 2011 F250
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I added mine in. Took me about 25 minutes to put in. Here are the part numbers..

upfitter harness BC3Z-14A303-A, switch AL3Z-13D730-AA

I have the upfitters in my 2006 but just curious, how expensive is it to buy them from the dealer?

I think it's like a $125 option or something, right?
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question.... what are upfitter switches?...... just curious.... thanks
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It is a bank of 4 aux. switches mounted inside the truck for hooking up accessories.

It has (2) 30 AMP circuits and (2) 10 AMP circuits.

They're really handy for hooking up offroad lights, etc.

I have my CB hooked into my #1 upfitter.
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Old 11-07-2010, 07:45 AM
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It is a bank of 4 aux. switches mounted inside the truck for hooking up accessories.

It has (2) 30 AMP circuits and (2) 10 AMP circuits.

They're really handy for hooking up offroad lights, etc.

I have my CB hooked into my #1 upfitter.
My pickup has the upfitter switches, but I was wondering where you were supposed to wire into them at?
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It is a bank of 4 aux. switches mounted inside the truck for hooking up accessories.

It has (2) 30 AMP circuits and (2) 10 AMP circuits.

They're really handy for hooking up offroad lights, etc.

I have my CB hooked into my #1 upfitter.
Where did you mount your CB? What kind do you have?
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Old 11-07-2010, 10:06 AM
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It is a bank of 4 aux. switches mounted inside the truck for hooking up accessories.

It has (2) 30 AMP circuits and (2) 10 AMP circuits.

They're really handy for hooking up offroad lights, etc.

I have my CB hooked into my #1 upfitter.
The 2011 Upfitter switch panel has (2) 25A Circuits, (1) 15A Circuit and (1) 10A Circuit.

https://www.fleet.ford.com/truckbbas...tml/Q180r1.pdf
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Old 11-07-2010, 01:48 PM
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I have the upfitters in my 2006 but just curious, how expensive is it to buy them from the dealer?

I think it's like a $125 option or something, right?
$86.06 for the switches and $58.46 for the harness. Thats my cost too. which is 30% off I think.
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