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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-31-2017, 04:26 AM Thread Starter
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Pup snacked on my wiring

I have a 97 F250 7.3 5 speed tranny. Got a new puppy that lays under my truck usually and I saw a wire harness hanging down, and when I checked it she had chewed it in two, I have about 12" with 2 wires connected to the reverse light plug, and then hanging from the truck I have a harness with 4 wires. It's hanging down right under the clutch and brake pedal, about 2ft long, from the frame, 4 wires in it, I know two go to the reverse switch on the trans, but can't figure out where the green and green/black wires go, she may have carried part of it away.
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Neutral start switch?

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Re: Pup snacked on my wiring

Neutral start is under the dash. Maybe the wires for the 4x4 light? Pics would help

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It's 2WD.
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Neutral start is under the dash. Maybe the wires for the 4x4 light? Pics would help
My bad I thought it was up by the stick shift.

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I thought clutch safety switch was under dash.

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Re: Pup snacked on my wiring

It is. It's on the clutch pedal rod.
The only other 4 wire group in that area I can think of is the rabs2.


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Re: Pup snacked on my wiring

Post a pic, as was suggested on the other forum.
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Can't I'm new.
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