Try the Honda Activa Electrical Wiring Diagram and follow every detail in the picture. Is there a wire or fuse I need to run these to? The wires are as follows: Blue. Wiring color code or symbols, wiring harness, radio and audio wiring, circuit diagram, light switch wiring diagram. I think you can unplug the 4 pin and plug in the 7 pin. Your truck in 1997 uses fuse numbers but the older trucks used letters but all the fuses and relays are in the same place so below is a photo so you can connect the letters in the diagrams above with your truck.
I bought my truck six months ago and needed help figuring out the trailer and trailer brake wiring. C149 then connects to the small relay box. I also cleaned up and soldered the connections between the under-dash plug and the controller, so we're solid that far. You will not find these wiring diagrams in the factory shop manual. Perhaps his code is based on wiring for a super duty or Ford changed the trailer wire colours in year 2000. All these folks should be able to give you some advise on what you need to do.
Ford's factory supplied brake controller harness end can be found loosely stuffed under the dash, usually just above the driver's right leg. Any idea which fuse it is in there? The 3 you have are 1- 12 volt power 2- Back-up lights 3-Trailer brakes The other 4 are 4- Left turn 5-Right turn 6-Tail lights 7-Ground The wiring is already there; all you have to do is find it. Zip tie the harness wires to another harness to prevent the wiring from hanging down near your feet. It was still in the package. So my trailer wiring harness on my 96 f150 4.
Otherwise call Ford, the thing plugs in and you route it down and there's a bracket to hold part of it under the bumper to an existing screw location. Factory experts prepare these manuals for their dealership service departments, so they're the most complete and specific source of repair techniques. I bought a 4 flat, 7 round connector and installed it tongiht, but I was unable to find the existing wire to hook my reverse cable into. Fix it right the first time with the factory repair manual and save money by doing the job yourself. Perhaps his code is based on wiring for a super duty or Ford changed the trailer wire colours in year 2000. The factory wires are colored the same as above. Is it one of the plugs I marked above next to the fuse box? I have that same truck, but 170K miles.
? The Orange wire should be the battery charge wire from the C149 plug under the hood. Wiring diagrams are black and white, but they frequently have color codes printed on each line of the diagram that represents a wire. Found out why there was no voltage on any of the under-dash wires to my brake controller - fuse 21 on the below diagram was blown. So my question is, if someone can confirm this is the factory trailer wiring, does it splice into the rear taillights somewhere in the conduit, or does it run all the way to the front of the truck to the fuse box, and where does it connect up there? A Ford harness has a rectangular shaped connector. I'm going to make a leap of faith here that the wiring on your 96 F150 is pretty much the same as on my 96 F250.
More over Honda Activa Electrical Wiring Diagram has viewed by 5049 visitor. Fuse 4 and Relay 4 in the Power Distribution Box under the hood. Here's a picture, showing the two unused connectors on the fenderwell. Again, this code might work for Stormyrider's truck, which might be a superduty or Ford changed the wire colours to match the 7 pin connector in year 2000 , but does not work on my truck, which is the 1999 F250 heavy half tonne. What I'd really like to know is how to tie in the under-dash connector to the wiring harness feeding that rear connector. Also right next to this harness, there is another 4 wire plug, that is capped off. These diagrams are of the power distribution box under the hood on the drivers side fender.
The video shows the location of the wiring harness plug, the in-cab plug for the brake adapter and where the fuse s go in the fuse box. More over Mach 1000 Audio System Wiring Diagram has viewed by 4345 visitor. But it had all the light wiring for the trailer. You had Type Class I that had no small relay box and no brake wire to the rear end. They had a connector with a bumper mount bracket that had both a 7 pin and 4 pin connector on it. Hope someone finds it helpful.
Feb 03, 2010 From the factory there is an unused plug in the left brake light harness. After-market and brake conroller wires are colored as follows: Blue. The wiring will be in the left wheel-well. I didn't want to open up an old thread just to say thanks, but I've been waiting for this subject to come up again so I could! Thank you for your pacience on the newbie question and for your overall help in advance!!! Good news - the brake controller works just fine. Guys, Newbie here to trailers. Written for dealership mechanics, this wiring diagram shows you how to follow the wiring from bumper-to-bumper. I 'found' mine in the compartment on the left where the jack is.