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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-16-10, 07:21 PM Thread Starter
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if I Push The Button On The End Of My Shifter To Take Out Of Overdrive. It Blows The Fuse And Lose All My Gauges And Door Locks Keep Going Up And Down. I Have A 1999 F-250 Diesel Extra Cab. Anybody A Problem Like This?
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Welcome ronaldburr


The wiring harness in the shifter assembly is probably chafed. Pull the cover and inspect. You should be able to fix this issue yourself. I would imagine some solder and heat shrink tube and you'll be good to go. If the wires aren't broken maybe the solder won't be necessary. Let us now what you see under there.

I came across this diagram. I think it should be the same for your truck:


-1992 Ford F-150 (winter truck)
-1998 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC (fun car)13.591@101.72mph
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thank you i will try that tonight and let you know
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