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Icon2 F250 Aux Switch panel...

i was driving around my bosses 250 today and notice this sweet switch panel and thought that it would be something that people would be on the look out at junkyards for now... its only on the 05+ so it would need to be a newer truck but regardless...

http://www.thedieselgarage.com/proje...r/upfitter.htm
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my friend's 07 f350 lariat has that switch panel... it's nice. they come prewired to your fuse box in the dash. we've already filled all 4 switches with different lights for plowing, etc..
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Our new F450 has them and I don't think they will ever be used. I have thought about borrowing them but I don't think work would like it.
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Our new F450 has them and I don't think they will ever be used. I have thought about borrowing them but I don't think work would like it.
i forget if they have any sort of contour to them or not... but if they didn't, you could easily get a peice of black plastic real cheap, trace the panel, and create a blank panel to replace the switches... that way you could use the switches for yourself in your truck
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dang, that site doesnt work for me
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my friend's 07 f350 lariat has that switch panel... it's nice. they come prewired to your fuse box in the dash. we've already filled all 4 switches with different lights for plowing, etc..
yeah my boss has them filled... hes a paramedic and has a serin, leds, strobes and a forward light bar on them that we were messing around with ha...

i dunno what id put on them but it looks like it would fit in that cubby hole...
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heres another tech site scott if that one doesnt work..

http://www.powerstrokedatabase.com/read.php?id=147
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if i could find 1 of these units it would be mounted in my truck......faster than a horny got on steroids....
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if i could find 1 of these units it would be mounted in my truck......faster than a horny got on steroids....
see if that works...
http://catalog.powerstrokeshop.com/p...14083&items=10
if not go to powerstrokeshop.com and serach part numbers 5C3Z-14A303-AA and 5C3Z-13D730-AAA .... those are the numbers listed but i cant garentee that its the actual correct part sadly
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yea but Ford probably wants $250 for just the panel and then $50 a switch...
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total from that site is like 70-80$ so its not bad if your really want one...
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see if that works...
http://catalog.powerstrokeshop.com/p...14083&items=10
if not go to powerstrokeshop.com and serach part numbers 5C3Z-14A303-AA and 5C3Z-13D730-AAA .... those are the numbers listed but i cant garentee that its the actual correct part sadly
that link doesn't work and those part #'s can't be right cause they are cheap!
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5C3Z-14A303-AA: (no picture) WIR ASY-RLY FD $47.26
http://catalog.powerstrokeshop.com/p...ts&searchAll=1

5C3Z-13D730-AAA: (no picture) switch assemble $29.99
http://catalog.powerstrokeshop.com/p...ts&searchAll=1
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total from that site is like 70-80$ so its not bad if your really want one...
i might have 1 here in the next week or 2.....i have the PERFECT place for them also! they will replace my rocker switches in my center console.......or go right next to them......or i might get some more contra switches since i need a DPDT switch for the efan....
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you might be able to call up ford and confirm those part numbers just to be on the safe side but the site i showed plus another one that came up both referenced those numbers so im willing to bet theyre right
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Parts catalog says your part numbers are correct. Ford list price is right at $100 for the pair. Good idea, great find. I can't believe this was right under my nose and I missed it.
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Me likely...if anyone can get them cheap from the dealer, I'm there.
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I don't want to step on toes, so if we have an OEM sponsor someone please just delete this post. If not I can do them for $75 plus shipping.
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i dont believe theirs an oem sponsor on this site... send a pm to christian (https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2/member.php?u=6) to see if you should sell them as a vendor or just in the member classifieds and there shouldnt be any problems
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Hmm I'd like to see some pictures of these mounted in a Ranger.
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Hmm I'd like to see some pictures of these mounted in a Ranger.
I'm thinking, if dimensions are good, the passenger airbag cubbie!
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I'm thinking, if dimensions are good, the passenger airbag cubbie!
Anybody ever do this?
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that's where my switches are going, when i find some that will work, i like these ones, if i can find one in a jy, that's the ticket!
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i have a set that are about half installed int eh cubbie, never saw this thread before. its alot more work than i thought to get them to fit and wiring them will be fun because the pigtail is $30
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elaborate, and pics!!!!! i will make it work!
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