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Old 09-27-2011, 06:48 PM   #1
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Brake controller connector

My 2011 Daybreak (ford f53 chassis) came with a short wiring harness to connect to an electric brake controller. One side is open ended and the other has a connector to connect to the chassis . I can't seem to locate the matching connector under the dash. Any one have any ideas on where to look. Help will be greatly appreciated. Carroll
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If I remember correctly, (That's not very good) it is up high over the steering column. You may be able to access it easier by lifting the top of the dash cover.
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