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  1. And now for something completely different... Our 2012 TC Cargo has had it's right rear brake lamp go out. All other lights work, as do all of the left rear lamps. The bulb tested OK, but replaced it with new anyway. Still no joy when pedal depressed. Put the VOM on it, and no 12V to the socket. Reseated the wiring harness connector (inside was clean and not corroded), no joy. No evident cable or wiring abrasion. And as I said, the left side is perfectly happy. Anyone else seen this behavior? Would love to have a full schematic to follow where the voltage drops off from the switch to whatever to the rear right lamp assembly. Thank you in advance to anyone with ideas.
  2. I'm thinking of doing a secondary battery for an AC inverter in the rear of the van. I'm going to install a voltage sensing relay so the secondary (rear) battery can also be charged will the engine is running. This will help to prevent the main (starting) battery from drowning. My problem is that I'm not sure from where to pass the leads from the main battery to the rear. Any help please?
  3. Like the title says i bought a 2014 transit connect wagon LWB and the Ford dealer removed the seats for me. I have no use for these they are out of a brand new car. Never been used or sat in. If you go to ford to buy these seats complete they are more than 2,500$ for both. These are the third row seats. (2 Seats, Right, and Left), bolts included. Its super cool the way they fold, i just bought the vehicle for work and have no use for them. My loss your gain shoot me a message for any questions. -2 (new condition) Ford Transit Connect XLT LWB 3rd row seats. - $950 w/ rails and hardware. (easy bolt in seats) I live in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. I really do not want to ship but will at buyers expense. Call or message for more pics and info. http://jacksonville.craigslist.org/pts/4752849356.html
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