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Old 04-22-2015, 01:26 PM   #1
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Trailer brake install

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I am once again looking for some help. I was looking around and found the OBDII connector and a bag full of wires. Within the bad was a pig tail for the trailer brake wiring, and it was plugged in so all I need to do is install the controller. Wiring the controller in looks easy, but is there a fuse or relay that also needs to be installed, and if so were would it be located. I did find a Ford fuse box on top of the steering column under the dash but but there are no real labels. Any help would be great.
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Most brake controllers today you can get a pre wired plug in harness. Most Fords do have a charge circuit relay and fuses in the under hood fuse compartment.
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