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Electric Brake Harness

Where would I find on the Ford Excursion to connect the electric brake harness. I have checked under the steering wheel and removed the cover and do not see the place to plug in?

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If you click here http://www.towingproducts.net/pdf/N20260.pdf you will find the installation instructions for the adapter for your vehicle. This should be the one you need, as long as your vehicle came pre-wired from the factory.

You can also view the part here http://store.drawtite.com/dt20260.html

Hope this helps!

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Do you know it the Excursion came with a factory towing package option when new? If it did, it's probably located under the vehicle at the rear where the trailer hitch is (or would be installed). countrycurt0

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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