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RE: My 2019 Ford F 150 towing

The factory IBC is located to the right of the steering wheel and down low on the dash. If you don't have the factory IBC, there will be a small opening there that will have a plastic storage space box. The IBC wiring plug is already there, attached to a dummy plug on the back of that box. You have to remove that small box by taking apart some plastic pieces (center stack cover, console cover, etc). Plug in the IBC that you must buy for about $100, and put it back together. There are some YouTube videos on the subject. Be cautious about which IBC you buy. A Ford dealer will ask you for your VIN so you get the correct one. The ones for sale on eBay might not be the correct one for your vehicle. Now you must tell the computer that the IBC is installed. A decent Ford dealership can do that for you, or you can do it yourself with the Forscan program. There are 2 lines of code that need modification. That is another entire discussion. You probably also need to install a relay that Ford provides. Should be in your glove compartment unless somebody removed it or already installed it.
OH48Lt 09/04/20 07:25am Tow Vehicles
RE: Quadruples ?

Six different license plates needed, when the bike is taken off the trailer.
OH48Lt 07/12/20 01:37pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Extended warranty. What are your thoughts

Generally, extended warranties are mostly a gamble that the manufacturer and dealer usually win. I have never bought one for anything I own, except for my last purchase. That was for my Mustang Bullitt, and it has a TON of electronics and Bullitt-specific parts. I bought the 8yr/60K plan because I know I'll keep it that long. If you are going to buy an extended warranty, NEVER go with a third party. Buy Ford's ESP.
OH48Lt 04/12/20 08:05pm Tow Vehicles
RE: 2017 F350 6.7. Inspection?

Ford factory new vehicle warranties don't have to be transferred. The vehicle is what carries the warranty, not the owner. Different story on extended warranties.
OH48Lt 02/16/20 05:29pm Tow Vehicles
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