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Link LB10 Installation Instructions

September 9th, 2009 · No Comments

The Link LB10 fits most of the following vans: Ford Econoline, Ford Aerostar, GMC Savana, Chevy Express, GMC Safari, Chevy Astro, and Dodge Ram Cargo Van.

Installation of the LB10 will vary depending on what type of vehicle you have and how you have it set up. Due to variables in different vehicles, the fit of the LB10 should be evaluated before beginning installation.
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1994–1996 Ford Econoline Intelligent Lift Interlock System (ILIS) – Installation Instructions

July 3rd, 2009 · No Comments

To aid in installation, first gain access to the connection points. Remove the lower dash panel below the steering column and the engine cover. Also, gain access to the lift power switch and the lift door switch circuits. These are usually accessible in the front control panel. It is not necessary to cut any Ford wires during the installation of the ILIS wire harness.
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2004 Ford Econoline – 6.0L Diesel Engine Intelligent Lift Interlock System (ILIS501-DC) – Installation Instructions

May 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

To aid in installation, first gain access to the connection points. Remove the lower dash panel below the steering column. Also, gain access to the lift power switch and the lift door switch circuits. These are usually accessible in the front control panel. It is not necessary to cut any Ford wires during the installation of the ILIS wire harness.
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2005-2009 Ford Econoline w/Tow/Haul Mode BrakeMax BMC501-A Installation Instructions

May 6th, 2009 · No Comments

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1. Disconnect the battery negative cable.
2. Locate the OEM BLACK, 3-pin connector located below the steering column. (See Photo). Separate the connector and connect the BMC501 BLACK, 3-pin connector in-series with the OEM connector halves. Ensure that the connectors are fully seated.
3. Attach the BLACK wire to a known good ground point.
4. Position/secure the BMC501 Control Module under the dash near the steering column area.
5. Plug the BMC501 Harness Connector into the BMC501 Control Module.
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