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1995 f150 backup light switch location

1995 f150 5L, automatic, 4WD.  crawling under the truck I think I found the switch, but can't be sure (i'm using the Chilton book). I know the bulbs work. I'm strapped for cash, so instead of replacing the switch, I was thinking of putting a jumper around it, connected to a toggle switch I'll put in the cab. So, I need to find the hot and ground connections to cut in my new wires, and run them to the cab toggle.

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Do not use a jumper, the ECM is hooked directly to those wires. It is very possible to short out your ECM.
Making your truck useless.

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