1993 Freightliner 414426

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  1. Smellfunny

    Smellfunny Medium Load Member

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    Hope this helps.


    The relays are as follows on the left side:

    TOP Row:

    Horn------------- Heater/A/C -------------------- Blower/Htr A/C ----------------------A/C Clutch


    Middle Row:

    LH Headlamp---------------- RH Headlamp------------------ Tractor Marker &Tail --------------- Panel Lamps


    Bottom Row:

    Sleeper Heater ------------- Flasher -----------------Trailer Marker -------------------Trailer Tail
     
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    carrkool Heavy Load Member

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    soory was gone on the road. Yes all classic and fld model trucks where like this. if you had a short it would trip the breakers running up the middle strip. if you look you will have a copper strip up the middle with breakers than on both sides you will have the relays. now the relays are not the same layout on each one. it all depends on what options your truck had.
     
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    losttrucker Road Train Member

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    Ihad the same problem on a 98 classic.chk the harness at the headlight there should be a brown wire feeding the light conn. there should be a blk.wire splitting off to feed the curb side lights.if that harness is in the same cond.mine was in easier to replace it unless your cheap like i am and just patch it every spring.
     
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