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cookie47121314 03-18-2017 04:15 PM

2010 svt raptor help
 
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Hey guys, I recently purchased a used raptor from a dealership. The owner before me put some amber leds on the running boards but only one out of 4 worked. I decided hey those look cool so I ordered some new ones. My issue with the install is I found how he had them wired(to the park lights I thought. So I decided to hook them right up like he did. Of course as this isn't my first rodeo I checked them and nothing happened. Now I'm at a loss. The lights work fine but I have no clue what he tapped them into. I did pull the mess apart he had and found what wire they were connected to but I'm unsure why they won't work. Please help!

iumbastu 03-18-2017 05:38 PM

Shoot this one isn't easy just looking at a bundle of wires. Can you provide some more details? Is this the bundle on the passenger side fuse box etc? Have you tried the lights with the car on/off or key in accessory mode? I'm guessing he, prior owner, leveraged a wiring diagram but there's not enough info to respond (or at least for me to help you.)

Try to add in additional details and let's see what the response is...


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TornadoRaptor 03-18-2017 06:14 PM

Welcome to frf and Raptor life. Congratulations on your new Raptor. Good luck with your lights.

cookie47121314 03-18-2017 06:59 PM

Thank you for you input! And I'm a proud raptor owner so far haha thanks guys! But to try and get us a little closer it is actually pulled out of the loom on the drivers side right off the frame. The one light worked as the park/running lights were on. I did recreate this by turning them on even tried starting it still no power.

The Car Stereo Company 03-18-2017 11:28 PM

go inside for the power connection. that connection there is old and becoming corroded. run your wires to the passenger side and tap power from the bcm/fuse box. that outside connection is going to give you problems in the future

Black_Valkyrie 03-21-2017 02:07 AM

You'll need some testing tools.


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