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Brown & Grey Wires

Discussion in 'Western Plows Discussion' started by AEI, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. AEI

    AEI Member
    Messages: 56

    Hey guys.. I'm new on this board but a long time user on Lawnsite. Cant get much help there on plows so here I am here. Anyways.... I'm trying to figure out what the brown & grey wires are for on the older 2 plug uni mount. Once the harness is routed I have 2 snipped wires on the drivers side headlamp aera remaining. Any idea what they are for. Everything else is routed and in place so far.

    This entire setup was on my older 99 PSD f250 SD and now its going on my 2000 PSD SD.

    Also does it really matter to have the power steering cooler relocated vs its exsisting factory location? Only reason I could gather for it to be relocated would be for air flow. Just was curious.


    Edit..
    Thanks for any help you can give
     
    Last edited: Nov 1, 2009
  2. timboy

    timboy Member
    from Ny
    Messages: 66

    Parking light and turn signal.
     
  3. AEI

    AEI Member
    Messages: 56

    Thanks tim!!

    Also I'm having a hard time figuring out what fuse or wire to use for the red wire thats for the in cab controller?
     
    Last edited: Nov 1, 2009
  4. Dstosh

    Dstosh Senior Member
    Messages: 534

    I'd use the fuse that controls the raido.
     
  5. timboy

    timboy Member
    from Ny
    Messages: 66

    Check the owners manual if you have it look for a 10 amp fuse under the steering column cover called customer accessory if your truck is equipped it will be fuse number 29 I believe but check the book.
    On some year super duties there is also a keyed wire to the right of the column hanging near the metal support structure.