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Old 09-23-2013, 07:29 PM   #1
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2007 brake controller Plug location

I have searched and searched and cant find my elec. brake controller plug under the dash of my 07 Georgetown XL on a 06 Ford chassis. I have been on the floor looking up under the dash 3 times now and just dont see it. Can anyone help me???? Do I need to pull the dash apart to find it?

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Old 09-23-2013, 07:40 PM   #2
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Look way up left side above e-brake. Might have to pull back carpet it is zip tied way up so the plug will be the only thing you see. There is a couple feet of wire once you cut the zip tie. If the rv does not have the 7 plug rv in back you might not have one.

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Here is a link to a Ford SEV Bulletin where they moved it on the 2012 models. Shows pictures where is was and where it is now.
https://www.fleet.ford.com/truckbbas/non-html/Q-206.pdf
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Well, I'll have another look tomorrow after work. Seriously tho...why is it hidden like that and why did it take until 2012 to un-hide it? Jeez.

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Just in from my 4th attempt at finding that @#*% brake plug and just dont see it. I even pulled the dash panel off so I can look right in behind the gauges and still dont see it. Anybody else with the 2006 Ford chassis have my luck when looking for this?? I do have the 7 pin recpt. at the rear of the bus so it must be set up for the elec. brake, I would think.

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Mine is an 07 and it had both ends plugged together. It had about two foot of wire all tape wrapped like it was part of the harness. It was just right amongst The other wires.
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We had an 07 Hurricane on a 2006 Ford chassis. While it was hard to find, I did find it above the brake pedal support in a nice bundle that was tied up. Keep looking, it is there!

If you have someone with a network wire ringer, a device that generates a noise is cliped to one end of the wires, and a sensor is used on the other end. When you get close to the wire you will hear the noise come out of the sensor's speaker.
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Crap.....never thought about the ends being plugged in to each other. But how would that work? Brake harness would still need to be plugged into the main harness then, right? I've been looking for a single plug all this time and don't see any. I'll try again after work today.


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