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#49 of 136 Re: 1998 Ford F150 tails will not work [mickeymouse2]
Jan 21, 2008 (2:33 pm)
They told me about $1000 but did not tell for sure even though I did ask. But it was 6-8 wire that were cut and melted the wire loom plus the black tape. Just that alone costed me $377.12, $356 for labor and $20 for parts. They resolder the wires and put on a fresh loom and tape. Yeah I guess this is the cheaper way but I still wanted to know about the harnes.
Be care whenever you chage shocks that no one melts your wires.
P.S. any where I can get a diagram of the wire harness of the F150 series?
#50 of 136 2003 f350 my wiper dont stop even if truk is off i need help
Feb 01, 2008 (11:47 am)
2003 f350 my wiper dont stop even if truk is off i need help
#51 of 136 Radiator
Feb 10, 2008 (9:14 pm)
What would cause my 1998 ford f150 with 192,600 to blow 3radiators in one year.
I have a new one now that was under warranty but it would be nice to figure why the right side seals are going bad.
#52 of 136 brake lights on when headlights on
Mar 13, 2008 (4:29 pm)
2003 f150. Noticed the left turn signal stopped working but only when my headlights are turned on. Then found that my brake lights go on with my headslights as well. Changed signal and high center brake bulbs and visual check all fuses - ok. Out of my mind with this problem.
#53 of 136 power door lock?
Mar 18, 2008 (6:50 pm)
I have a 05' f-150 with power door locks that dont work from the door switch, but work with the keyless entry and shift from park feature, my question is , is there a relay for the door swith and if yes where is it located? thanks...........
#54 of 136 Re: power door lock? [rickevin29]
Mar 18, 2008 (7:04 pm)
If the keyless entry will lock the doors your problem might be dirty contacts on the the door switch itself. If the passenger side switch will lock the doors I would concentrate on the door switch first.
#55 of 136 Re: power door lock? [diehardford]
Mar 19, 2008 (8:15 am)
Neither door lock switch works, this problem occured after installing an aftermarket remote starter, when I tried to operate the new remote door locks, I seen a spark from under the steering column. something must have blown and guessing a relay
#56 of 136 Re: power door lock? [rickevin29]
Mar 20, 2008 (11:34 am)
I guess no one can help me..............great forum..........
#57 of 136 Re: power door lock? [rickevin29]
by KCRam@Edmunds HOST
Mar 20, 2008 (2:10 pm)
Be patient... not everyone who reads the forums will have the answer, and those who do may not read the forums every day.
kcram - Pickups Host
#58 of 136 Re: power door lock? [rickevin29]
Mar 20, 2008 (6:11 pm)
I doubt that it is a relay. Most likely your after market remote shorted something out. Recommend close examination of the area that you saw the sparks. Check fuses in interior fuse box and engine compartment. There is a third relay box usually mounted under the dash, drivers side near the heater defrost duct. It holds about 10 relays is black with a black cover. Your relay for power windows, power locks ect is in there. I think your wasting you time checking that first though. Shorts usually occur where the wires melt, sparks ect. My guess is that a power wire that is suppose to be hot at all times, shorted out with your new remote. Either your circuit protection blew a fuse, or a wire melted to ground. The power door lock circut is hot always with the key on or off.