Anyone with a wiring diagram for a 1997 Ford Louisville please help...

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    sorry newbie at this. Not sure if my reply was posted properly. Any how I have amber park and signal lights up front with headlights. Thanks
     
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  4. mooneykioma

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    Hi Big_D409,
    Did you end up getting those diagrams on file?
    I'm in Australia but I have a customer with no ignition feed to a Detroit ECM in an Aeromax and a diagram would come in very handy.
     
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  5. Stunna40

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    Hey do you still have wiring diagram for 97 Louisville? Needing to connect a brake controller up on mine
     
  6. Big_D409

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    Which diagram/area you looking for?
     
  7. Stunna40

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    Im guessing under dash area. Need to locate brake switch so I can tie into it for power on brake controller box
     
  8. Big_D409

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    Brake switch signal on the Ford/Sterling should be on floor behind driver seat. According to manual and the couple other sterlings I have. Has air lines and wires running to it. Otherwise have to trace brake light wire from rear cause I’d imagine fuse panel is different amongst each truck. I’ll post a diagram of fuse panel when I get to truck. Be within the hour.
     
  9. Stunna40

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    Ok, thanks so much for your help
     
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  10. stullservices

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    I am also needing to add a brake controller and found this switch you mentioned. I also need to add all the trailer electric to the rear. Is there a good place to connect this under dash or hood?
    MY 2001 sterling LT9500 series
     
  11. Big_D409

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    Theres some room under the dash on the passenger side between fuse box and stereo. The electric brake module could mount on the dog house for easy access? You could even run all the wiring behind the center dash panel.
     
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