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OT Question for TRon

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by BrooklynPrep69, Nov 29, 2007.

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  1. BrooklynPrep69

    BrooklynPrep69 TS Member

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    I have searched the internet to no avail. Can you tell me where the flasher is located in a 1998 f150?

    Thanks,

    Steve Marengo
     
  2. Jerbear

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    Have you looked under the hood in the fuse box on the left wheel well panel?


    Jerbear
     
  3. AJ100

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    Since this is a 1998 F150 I assume it has a rear sliding window. I read on a skeet site that most flashers use this window to flash people. I guess you would need a sporting clay shooter to drive the truck while the flasher faced backwards in the cab.

    Just a guess on the driver part.

    AJ100
     
  4. Tron

    Tron Supporting Vendor Supporting Vendor

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    AJ, you are a Troll.

    Steve, when I get back to work tomorrow, I will find out where that module is. What problem are you having??

    Tron
     
  5. AJ100

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    Go fire up that erection set. When you do it, it's great fishing. When I do it I'm a troll. LMFAO

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  6. Tron

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    You still haven't told me what problem you are having. Anyway, about 90% of the time, it's the multi-function switch. It's fairly cheap and is easy to replace. Just take the cover off of the steering wheel (you don't even have to take it all the way off), remove the screws and unplug it and plug the new one in.

    Email me if you have any questions.

    Tron
     
  7. docrtaylor

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    its all right there steve.
     
  8. BrooklynPrep69

    BrooklynPrep69 TS Member

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    Tron,

    You have mail.

    Steve Marengo
     
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