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Wiring harness on frame rear of truck ?

I have a Wiring harness on the frame inside next to the spare tire. I'm looking to put a 7 way plug inside the bed wall. Could I be lucky enough that this would be a harness for just such a thing. 2011 F 250 FX4 Thanks for your help.
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Those appear to be the 7 pin trailer plug connectors. There might be another pair similar to these on the driver side frame near the rear bumper side of the left rear tire.

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I have a Wiring harness on the frame inside next to the spare tire. I'm looking to put a 7 way plug inside the bed wall. Could I be lucky enough that this would be a harness for just such a thing. 2011 F 250 FX4 Thanks for your help.
You need to research using the OEM bed plug. Search on ebay. I believe it is offered with a T-connector that goes right in your OEM harness and spacer for the 7 pin plug in the bed.

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Those are the connections for the OEM in bed connector when you order the OEM gooseneck hitch setup. Personally there are plenty of online sources for OEM parts so order with confidence.


With that, mounting the OEM in-bed connection might be a bit of a hassle. It's not a simple round hole to cut to make it fit nice. When you get the parts in hand you will see it's not a huge issue.



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Thank you all for the information. These plugs are located on the left side/ driver side under the bed. I have the plug on the bumper. But I want to be able to plug in on the inside of the bed with my 5th wheel.
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And here on the receiver hitch when connected:





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Outstanding,. Thank you so much. Ordering one soon. Thanks to all for the information.
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