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Under dash electrical #748721
May 22nd 2019 12:32 am
May 22nd 2019 12:32 am
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In my 89 e150, the previous owner hacked wires. Im trying to put in the heater control back in but i do not know which wire is hot. Out of the connector are 5 wires and they are yellow, orange /red., orange/ black, black, and blue/red. . Plz any help is appreciated

Re: Under dash electrical [Re: Rvannen] #748777
May 22nd 2019 9:19 pm
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Not sure about the color coding, but a repair manual should have that info. Also, I would suggest buying a good quality multimeter.


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Re: Under dash electrical [Re: kursed] #749088
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Thank you. I do have a nice multimeter. I cannot find any power wire that would go to the heater control switch

Re: Under dash electrical [Re: Rvannen] #749101
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A lot of the Fords didn't have 12v to the fan speed selector and resistors. They used the ground side. Varying the resistance to ground.


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