Doing an engine swap and trying to locate the pin layout for identifying which pin is what. Have the part number and V.I.N. for both vehicle. One is a 2011 Ford F250 and other is a 2017 Ford F450. Do not want to cut and solder but swap the plug if possible. If anyone knows where I could locate the layouts for both , it would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance.
Anyone have a source for a 32 pin harness for connecting to the wiring that goes into the Bluetooth Handsfree unit? This is in a 2014 EX without navigation, with i-Mid.
I want to replace the factory radio without cutting into any of the existing wiring. The Axxess HDCC-01/ASWC-1 combo comes with a harness for all the other connectors, but not that one. I want to use the phone controls, and maybe the built in mic that are in that connector.
The page for the APC Smart-UPS 5G cable pinout, AP940-0625A and AP940-1525A apc_0625_cable_pinout shows a picture of a male 9-pin D-SUB connector at the PC cable. I think this should instead be a picture of a female 9-pin D-SUB connector.
The table correctly lists a DB9F. The only problem is the picture of a male connector that should be female.
Note: I bought one of these cables from Amazon, and it does come with a female connector. Also, if you go to the APC site APC AP940-0625A you can clearly see that the connector should be female.
I have a 1999 Silverado which has an AM/FM CD head unit and a slave cassette player in the console. I've found a list of the wire colors and what their purpose is, problem is, a few colors I have more than one of that color. I don't want to put +12v power in, to a wire that may be a signal out wire. It has what they call the 20 pin plug. There is an upper and lower plug. Both plugs are one piece which have a grove separating each side of the plug. The top plug is black with a 6 pin plug on the left and a 4 pin plug on the right. The bottom plug is white with a 4 pin plug on the left and a 6 pin on the right. If anyone has a pin out the shows which color wire goes in what pin hole I would love a link or be able to look at it.