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Need Specific Wires for 2004 F350, Alarm/Remote Start


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king244 
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ok guys, i searched and didnt come up with the answers i need.
I'm putting side marker lights and running board lights on a 2004 ford f350 superduty crew cab diesel.
I need to know if i can get parking light/running light wire and turn signal wire on each side if i take out the parking light assembly? If not where can i catch those wires and what colors?
I also need to catch the dome light wire somewhere on each side as the running board lights light up white with the dome circuit when doors are opened...also need color on that one.
thanks
tommy... 
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Usually the trailer hitch connector in the back will have most of those wires...

Battery YELLOW (+) AT IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Ignition 1 RED / GREEN (+) AT IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Ignition 2 BLUE/GREEN (+) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Accessory 1 RED / BLACK (+) AT IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Accessory 2 GRAY / YELLOW (+) AT IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Starter 1 DARK GREEN (+) AT IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Anti-Theft Type FORD PATS® OR SECURILOCK® VEHICLE IMMOBILIZER
Anti-Theft Descript THE KEY SENDS AN RF SIGNAL TO THE BCM MODULE THROUGH AN ANTENNA LOCATED AROUND THE IGNITION CYLINDER
Key Sense BLACK/ PINK (-) AT 6-WAY PLUG TO THE RIGHT OF STEERING COLUMN
Neutral Safety RED / LIGHT BLUE (+) IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Tachometer TAN (AC) AT FUEL INJECTOR
Speed Sense GRAY/BLACK (AC) IN HARNESS ON INTERIOR DRIVERS SIDE OF FIREWALL
Parking Lights BROWN (+) AT DRIVER'S KICK PANEL
Brake Lights GREEN (+) AT BRAKE SWITCH
Reverse Lights BLACK/ PINK (+) IN HARNESS UNDER BRAKE BOOSTER
Horn BLUE (+) AT 6-WAY PLUG TO THE RIGHT OF STEERING COLUMN

Heres is basically all ford trucks 02-07...will have to scroll through to find year,make,model... http://documents.codesystems.com/701073.pdf

Battery YELLOW (+) AT IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Ignition 1 RED / GREEN (+) AT IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
Starter 1 DARK GREEN (+) AT IGNITION SWITCH HARNESS
All Door Trigger BLACK/ BLUE (+) AT DRIVER'S KICK PANEL
Domelight Super BLACK/ BLUE (+) AT DRIVER'S KICK PANEL
LF Latch BLACK / YELLOW (-) AT GEM MODULE ABOVE GLOVEBOX BEHIND PASSENGER SIDE DASH
RF Latch BLACK/ PINK (-) AT GEM MODULE ABOVE GLOVEBOX BEHIND PASSENGER SIDE DASH
Hood Trigger GREEN/ ORANGE (-) AT SWITCH UNDER HOOD
Parking Lights BROWN (+) AT DRIVER'S KICK PANEL
   

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king244 
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Great.....I see everything I need except for the turn signal wires...? Any info on those?
Also, when I find wires and want to test them to be sure, can i use a regular 12v probe or do i have to use a dmm....i will only be testing the exact wires listed i wont be poking around at everything else...
tommy... 
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*example*...What if there is more then 1 brown wire(parking light wire) ...What are the other brown wires...??  I would recommend using a DMM...If you have a Harbor freight close to you...They are 5 bucks...!
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king244 
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Posted: January 26, 2010 at 4:37 PM / IP Logged  
yes i have one, just easier to use the probe :)
anyway, what about turn signal wires, any info?
flobee4 
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Turn Signal (Left)      lt grn/wht (F), lt grn/org (R)     +     steering column
Turn Signal (Right)     wht/lt blu (F), org/lt blu (R)     +     steering column
Maybe look for these colors for the rear(R) turn signals in their respective kick panel or along the Driver/Passenger side running board Sill. If you can't find them there, they are definitly in the steering column Harness.
king244 
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shoot...was hoping 1 wire for each side.....how would i wire each side then, can i connect them together or would i have to use a diode or something..?
appreciate the help
king244 
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Posted: January 26, 2010 at 6:13 PM / IP Logged  
haha...ok im a bonehead.... after thinking for a sec i realize i need only 1 of those wires for each side.....
thanks again, much appreciated
king244 
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I also need reverse light....the list says harness at brake booster.....where is the brake booster?
flobee4 
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My info says BLACK/ Pink at fusebox, but of course its got to get to the back somehow. So If you can't find it in the fuse box you can also check both the drivers and passengers door sill again for the BLACK/ pink

Frank

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