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Isolation Module Location - 2015 F250 6.2 gas

Discussion in 'Equipment, Tools & Vehicle Pictures' started by jsimanella, Dec 2, 2015.

  1. jsimanella

    jsimanella Member
    Messages: 32

    Installing MVP+ wiring harness tonight. Took setup from my 2000 Dodge, and bought new harnesses as required.
    Does anyone have a good location to mount the 3 port isolation module? I'd like to save the passenger side space in case I need to add a 2nd battery.
    Thanks! John.
  2. jhall22guitar

    jhall22guitar PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,056

    Might want to post this in the Western forum instead of the picture forum, might get more help :D
  3. seville009

    seville009 Senior Member
    from CNY
    Messages: 877

    I have a MVP Ultramount on my 2011 F350 6.2. A dealer did the install, but I just looked under the hood and it appears that they installed something for the plow (two connections; not too big) going from the battery to these connections and then to the plow connections in the grill in that spot where you could put a second battery. It doesn't take up much room though; could still put a battery in that spot.

    I took a picture with my iphone, but I can't attach it on the mobile site apparently.
  4. seville009

    seville009 Senior Member
    from CNY
    Messages: 877

    See if this works

    Nope - tried to upload the picture
    Last edited: Dec 2, 2015
  5. jsimanella

    jsimanella Member
    Messages: 32

    I don't see anything. This is what I need to find a good location for. On my last truck, it was taped to the top of the fuse box. I don't really want to go that route, this time.

  6. jsimanella

    jsimanella Member
    Messages: 32

    Thanks. Will do.
  7. gtmustang00

    gtmustang00 Senior Member
    from Berlin
    Messages: 752

    In my 2016 f550 I put it behind the drivers side headlight. Everything is tucked and hidden.
  8. jsimanella

    jsimanella Member
    Messages: 32

    I ended up doing the velcro on top of the fuse box method. I'm hoping the heat issue doesn't apply to the 6.2's in 2015.
    From a maintenance / repair standpoint, ripping the truck halfway apart, to change a module if needed, just seems stupid. Especially in the dead of winter, when time is critical. If need be, I can now change it in about 60 seconds.