Question about 2008 Ford F-350
My 7 way connecter did not come with a very good diagram. The only thing it tells you is which wire is the ground. Most are color-coded, and we got the lights, brakes, and turn signals to work. We can't get the trailer brakes to work though. If I could just get a wiring diagram or something. Thanks.
DO NOT SPLICE WIRES.. You bought a 45000 dollar truck, spring for a wiring T --25 bucks.. ( plugs between main harness and Tail lights.. ) --Available at most good auto parts.. Painless wiring also has a kit.
If you did already cut or splice into your wires, take that **** loose.. Shrink wrap the dammage.. Silicone over srink wrap.. Wire will corrode.. if you did manage to get spliced wires to work,-- in a few years or sooner you will have issues with the connections..Can you say short circuit.. Moisture and loose connections are a thing of the past with sealed tap in wiring.. Plug and play..
If any of this is over your head, get a friend who knows, or a tech to help.. Don't jerry rig a 45,000 dollar new Truck.. Come ON..!!!!!
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
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