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BarabooBob wrote:

By the looks of the non-existent photo, I think it is a whatyamaycallit. It controls on the duhicky.


Don’t jump to conclusions....

It could well be the connection for the thingamajig.

It could also be the port for the Schindler shaft interface with the sport flange transmogrifier.

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I also believe it's where you plug the brake controller in.

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Flux capacitor connection.


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Sorry, don’t know how to post a picture here

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our 12 has a old style cell/laptop connector thqat sticks out in the location you indicate. Not real useful unless either change out or get an adapter for the newer micro plug (available in bigger electronic stores like fry's).

Does the cable look like a phone cord?

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I just pulled out my connector on my 2017 E450 and it's a USB port for a thumb drive.

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Got a reply from Thor and they say it has to be part of the chassis wiring harness so I’m going to take it to a ford dealership, I also went to an RV dealership this morning and looked under dash of othe Class C E 450 and tucked under was the same plug so it has to be part of the chassis wiring

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could be the plug for the backup camera adapter as well, have install them at the ford dealer ship.. allows for backup camera to display on the radio screen

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BarabooBob wrote:

By the looks of the non-existent photo, I think it is a whatyamaycallit. It controls on the duhicky.

And the Model 4 whatyamaycallit, at that.

Yes: let's see a picture or two. Then we can speculate with more precision.

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