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Has anyone installed a Homelink Remote Door Opener in you '08 Super Duty? I was wondering if it is a "plug and play" thing or is there more to it than that. Thanks.

2008 F-350 Lariat Dually, 4X4, Long Bed, Sirus Radio, Prestige Remote Start/Turbo Timer, Retrax Bed Cover, Power Tailgate Lock, Pillar Guages, Pyro, Boost, Trans Temp., chrome door handles, chrome fuel filler door.
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its not plug and play you will have to run a positive and ground wire for both ! he a pick of my 08 hd sunvisors in my 08 FX4

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Thanks. I have lighted vanity mirrors now, so all I need is the Homelink visor.

2008 F-350 Lariat Dually, 4X4, Long Bed, Sirus Radio, Prestige Remote Start/Turbo Timer, Retrax Bed Cover, Power Tailgate Lock, Pillar Guages, Pyro, Boost, Trans Temp., chrome door handles, chrome fuel filler door.
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im interested in the same thing and have the lighted visor. please share details.
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As long as you have lighted vanity mirror - it is plug & play.

'08 F350 SD Lariat CC LB 4X4 6.4,
Pioneer speakers, 20% tint, Bedrug, Recon mirror lights, 2" Leveling Kit


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check to see if a king ranch comes with a homelink built into the sunvisor it would be a real easy swap if you have brown interior ! If you have grey you are screwed b/c the homelink does not attach from the mirror.
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its not plug and play you will have to run a positive and ground wire for both ! he a pick of my 08 hd sunvisors in my 08 FX4

https://www.thedieselgarage.com/forum...ad.php?t=51337

do you have a part # and price for the 08hd sunvisors that you bought? did you get them from ford or somewhere else? thanks.
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2008 Harley F-250 driver & passenger sun visors with lighted vanity mirrors and homelink. I got them b/c my girl likes to do her makeup and don't want to here her [email protected]!tch plus they come in handy for grooming and the homelink is really helpful. you do have to hard wire both mirriors so get a volt meter to find the + & - I have mine wire when the ignition is on its about a $250 mod

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8C3Z-2604105-GC
8C3Z-2604104-EC
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the driverside is cheaper than the passenger !
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