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brock71 02-18-2019 07:59 AM

Brake Fluid Level Sensor Wiring
 
I have a problem with squirrels eating my 2012 F150 wiring harnesses. Latest is a simple fix, I think.
The wires going into the brake fluid level sensor connector are chewed off right to the connector. Can sort of guess at color of the three wires. What I am looking for is a wiring diagram so I can splice in a new connector. New connectors are available with a short length of black wire on them. The remaining body wire harness has color coded wires I can connect to.
Any help appreciated...including how to get rid of squirrels. Shooting them is not an option where I live.

Thanks
John

Steve83 02-18-2019 11:29 AM

Buy a bag of Sulfur (available as a garden fungicide, and as snake/deer repellent) and sprinkle it around the parking area, and under the hood. A leaf blower is a good way to spread it around. I'd also jam some rat poison tablets under the hood so nothing nests up in there again. I live in the woods, so I have to keep it in all my vehicles, including my mowers & golf cart.

This site requires an e-mail for access, but it doesn't check if it's yours or real:
http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html
Click the big red WIRING DIAGRAMS button when you see it. This diagram:
http://www.revbase.com/BBBMotor/Wd/D...Pdf?id=1010540
...indicates that the common pin (1) is Bk/Gn (Ground); the "low" pin (2) is Gy/Pu; the "normal" pin (3) is Y/Gy. If you look VERY closely at the connector (after removing it from the switch), it might have pin numbers molded in.

chueseman 03-18-2019 10:41 AM

How do you actually remove the electrical connector? Where is the release tab?

brock71 03-19-2019 07:49 AM

The release is on the underside of the connector. I used a small screwdriver to push on it. I think it pushed up to release. Can't recall that for sure.
John

chueseman 03-24-2019 02:07 PM


Originally Posted by brock71 (Post 6134315)
The release is on the underside of the connector. I used a small screwdriver to push on it. I think it pushed up to release. Can't recall that for sure.
John

Thanks.


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