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    2005 f350 uploader dash switches

    I have looked in the owners manual but i cant seem to find where i would hook accessories to these switches
    any one know where you pick up these leads or should i hook the load up rite to the back of the switch

























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    Those are "upfitter switches" and are already hot. you will find the other ends of the harnesses in fuse box and will have to remove the access cover to get to them. These wires will have an empty end covered with a small piece of heat shrink. The switches are only hot when the ignition is on.
    They are as follows:
    Aux circuit #1 = 1936 org/lt grn 30 amp
    Aux curcuit#2= 1933 org 30 amp
    Aux circuit #3= 1934 org/yel 10 amp
    Aux circuit#4= 1935 org.ly blue 10 amp
    Good luck.

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    and they are petty kool imo, so you can have a plow, and some other stuff.
    ~Eric~

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    The harness to tie into is behind the fuse panel. It should have a little plastic catch on one end that you can release. The panel will tilt and the harness for the upfitter switches is behind there.
    John Wayne

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    look and looked

    cant find the wires
    first question
    are they under or arround the fuse pannel in the truck or under the hood ?

    can any one send me a picture?
    here is my email
    calumetmarinesport@hotmail.com
    thanks in advance

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    does this pic help?

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    I have never seen that panel before - what is all that ?

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    Crab that is the integrated brake controller and the upfitter switches the OP is referring to.
    John Wayne

    2000 F-350 7.3L Powerstroke 4x4

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    here you go man. Sorry to have left you this long. I thought you were good to go.
    This is a step by step procedure.
    http://showland.org/f350/

    This includes a complete PDF file for the wiring and pictures to help you locate your wires.
    Do not forget that you also have 4 pass through wires located on the driverside just above the master cylinder. These are factory wires provided for your use, so you do not have to fish your own.
    Good luck.

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    So I snoopped the other site and I will admit they did a nice job of matching the decor of the truck.
    Don't like it. How long will it take to remove the "aux" labels and redo with some useful name after an install ?
    I also like switches i can easily reach from outside the truck without having to climb in.

    I don't know how common that type of grip is becoming for the brake,
    but I do know I have been in many situations where being able to
    maintain contact with that would have been a nightmare

    Is upfitter the new politically correct term, like sanitation engineer ?

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