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Old 01-19-2019, 06:00 PM
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Read post 290 and 293.
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Originally Posted by Bluewoo View Post
Read post 290 and 293.
doesn’t help me at all in my situation. Thanks.
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Damit 2010 my bad!
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Ok, try this then.

http://www.f150forum.com/f118/instal...wiring-419836/

PDF is on first post.
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Originally Posted by bluewoo View Post
ok, try this then.

http://www.f150forum.com/f118/instal...wiring-419836/

pdf is on first post.
there we go, thank you.
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Would it be best to replace the fuse box with JL3Z-14A068-E or just by the jumper kit? It's only about a $100 difference.
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Howdy.

I have fuse box with no power to fuse 24. I'm looking at that Ford power jumper above, and it looks to me like its nothing more than a wire with a fuse in it? Am I missing something? I assume it connects to one of the 12v posts on the side of the fuse panel and splices into the pink wire on the pigtail for the TBC? If so it seems simple enough to just make that myself for about 5 bucks. My biggest question is whether it is tied into one of the hot battery posts that I just mentioned, or if it is connected somewhere that is switched ignition power?


Thanks! First post BTW. I not only bought the TBC but also had to by the bumper itself with the hitch receiver and I had to buy the 7pin outlet and the harness that connects it to the vehicle. Hopefully running power to the pigtail fixes everything. I have already had the ECM flashed, just need to get power to the module.

Edit: After looking at the post above again it seems they run the jumper straight off the battery. I guess my only other question would be if the other end is simply spliced into the pink wire on the TBC connector pigtail.

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Well I got impatient and just ran a fused 12ga wire from the battery to the purple/pink wire on the pigtail. Everything works now. I was able to fish the wire through the big grommet that is outboard of the vacuum steering on the driver's side. Cheers.
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