1999 Ford F-150 Multifunction Switch

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1999 Ford F150 V8 Two Wheel Drive Automatic

where can I find a wire diagram that lets me know where exactly the wires need to go on a multifunction switch on the steeringt wheel. I repaired a wire and the rest of the wires came out of the male plug and I do not know where they go.

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Friday, January 30th, 2009 AT 9:07 PM

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MULTIFUNCTION SWITCH TESTING
Switch Position....Between Terminals No.(1) ...Ohms
Wiper Switch
Off........................589 & 993....................47,600
Intermittent...........589 & 993....................11,330
Low......................589 & 993......................4080
High......................589 & 993.......................0-4
Intermittent Wipers
Intermittent & Off...590 & 993.......................(2)
Low & High.............590 & 993....................3300
Washer Switch
Off.........................590 & 993..................103,300
On.........................590 & 993....................0-4
Hazard Switch On......2, 3, 5, 9 & 385............0-4
Left Turn Signal On....3, 9 & 44.....................0-4
Right Turn Signal On....2, 5 & 44...................0-4
High Beam On.............12 & 15.....................0-4
Low Beam On.............15 & 507...................0-4
Flash-To-Pass On...........12 & 196..................0-4
(1)Specification can vary by as much as 10 percent.
(2)Rotate control from maximum delay to minimum delay. Resistance should gradually decrease from approximately 103 k/ohms to 3.3 ohms.


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Friday, January 30th, 2009 AT 9:29 PM
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This is great information but I am not testing the wires. I need to find out what colored wires go where. If you can tell me where to go, my Super Bowl sunday will be saved!

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Friday, January 30th, 2009 AT 9:56 PM
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Let me know if you need any more .. we can't miss the superbowl .. lol ..


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Friday, January 30th, 2009 AT 10:23 PM
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Thank you very much for your efforts. I can not see the diagram very well but I finally found a schematic for a 1999 Ford F-150 and I finally got my lights working good. Except, the treuck will not start now.
I have gone over it for two hours now and here in Tampa, Florida its 45 degrees 1:43 am. I do not know why it wont start because I had it running and everything worked but then when I was putting the shrouds back on the steering columns it wouldn't start now.
The Super Bowl is @ 8 miles from my house and I have tail gatting plans but without my truck?
Please advize.

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Saturday, January 31st, 2009 AT 12:44 AM
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Have you checked the battery for power. Also try reseting the immoboliser.? Press the lock then unlock button on your fob or lock and unlock the drivers door?

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Saturday, January 31st, 2009 AT 4:52 AM
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Thank you for your response but where is the immobilizer, and the FOP. The battery has plenty of power because I had the truck running when I fixed the wire. Please advise.

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Saturday, January 31st, 2009 AT 9:07 AM
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The truck has been running since the repair?. Is the security light flashing on the dash? The FOB is part of the ignition key that opens the doors?

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Saturday, January 31st, 2009 AT 9:25 AM
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Yes the truck has been running since the repair. I turned it off to slide the shroud over the ignition. I am getting dressed to see if the door locks are working. The FOB is it on the key itself or in the ignition?
If you want you can call in about 45 minutes
813-263-5659.

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Saturday, January 31st, 2009 AT 9:31 AM
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The FOB is the KEY. The big black part of the key. With the buttons on. If the vehicle is equipped with this?. When you try to turn the car over what happens? Does it just click. Does it crank over?

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Saturday, January 31st, 2009 AT 9:51 AM
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My key is a standard regular key with no buttons. The truck will crank but no fire.

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Saturday, January 31st, 2009 AT 9:54 AM
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Check fuses. Check inertia fuel cut off switch. When you first sit in the vehicle turn the key to the ON position. Ignition lights on not cranking. Do you hear a slight buzz noise inside the vehicle. Try this a couple of times.. Check you are getting spark.

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Saturday, January 31st, 2009 AT 12:00 PM
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When I turn the key to the on position I do not hear a slight buzzing sound. I know thats my fuel pump priming but I check all the fuel pump fuses and starting fuses and they are all good. The truck cranks but it is not getting fuel it seems. The anti theft light on the dash is blinking and after I stop cranking I can hear a shime and the anti theft light stays blinking. Inertia cut off is in the on position down on the passenger side kick panel.

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Saturday, January 31st, 2009 AT 1:52 PM
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I'm guessing you have disturbed or damaged the PATS module on the steering column? Diagnosis of the fault will have to be done via diagnostic computer. Take off the steering column cover again and see if you can see anything obvious?

PATS TRANSCEIVER MODULE
NOTE:If transceiver module is replaced, all existing ignition keys must be reprogrammed. See PROGRAMMING.

Removal & Installation
Disconnect negative battery cable. Transceiver module is located on steering column, attached to ignition lock cylinder housing. Turn ignition switch lock cylinder to RUN position. Push ignition switch lock cylinder release tab with punch while removing ignition switch lock cylinder. Unscrew and remove tilt wheel lever. Remove instrument panel steering column cover to access column shroud screws. Remove 3 screws and remove upper and lower steering column shrouds. Remove PATS transceiver module retaining screw. Disconnect transceiver electrical connector. Locate rib on steering column lock cylinder housing, and gently pry transceiver over rib to remove transceiver (apply pressure or leverage below key cylinder lower rib). To install, reverse removal procedure.

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Saturday, January 31st, 2009 AT 3:48 PM
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I finaly have got good news. My truck is running and the problem was the key itself. I do not know why or how but after purchasing a brand new key from the dealership and some help from a friend...BINGO!!!

I thank you guys and this website for your professionalism and dedication to your word. There is a note that you guys get back to people A.S.A.P and in this day and age a Mans, (adults) word is all one really has.

God Bless you all and family in every avenue life takes you in. May my blessings be yours.

Respectfully Yours;

Eddiew Rodriguez
Gulf War Vweteran
U.S.A.F
Tampa, Fla

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