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Old 06-11-2009, 11:59 AM
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'00 350 DRW brake controller plug????

Where the devil is it? I have stood on my head under the dash and don't see it.

Is it possible it is not wired for it?
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I can't imagine a dually not having it. Even my ambulances all have them. I seem to remember that on that model year, the plug is attached to the bottom inside of the dash panel with a plastic rivet type thing. If you remove your fuse panel cover beneath the steering wheel, it will be on the right side clipped to the inside of the dash board. I usually just rip off the plug off the plastic rivet because it is impossible to actually plug anything into it in this position.
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I can't imagine a dually not having it. Even my ambulances all have them. I seem to remember that on that model year, the plug is attached to the bottom inside of the dash panel with a plastic rivet type thing. If you remove your fuse panel cover beneath the steering wheel, it will be on the right side clipped to the inside of the dash board. I usually just rip off the plug off the plastic rivet because it is impossible to actually plug anything into it in this position.

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Thanks folks I was looking on the firewall/kick panels.....I will check again tonight.
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Oh and Ian I could not agree with your signature more.
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here is a picture.

it is under the radio. remove the fuse panel cover and look over to the right

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