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Ford Flex Towing Guides

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#1 OFFLINE   Ford Flex Guide

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Posted 20 February 2011 - 11:26 AM

Click here to download the Ford Flex towing guides.

#2 OFFLINE   Betty2


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Posted 19 April 2013 - 08:25 AM

Does the 2013 Limited come with the fuse box "ready to go" for the towing harness? ....for example: My F-150 came with a tow package. But you had to insert the fuse into the proper slot in the fuse box under the hood for the trailer brakes / lights to work when I hooked up. The 2013 Limited Flex we plan to buy does not have the "tow package", but does it have the fuse box ready ? 



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Posted 19 April 2013 - 10:03 AM

No, without the tow package installed at the factory, none of that is available. In fact I dont think the connection under the dash for the trailer brake is even there. I haven't looked deep enough yet, but I dont see it in its usual place.  If you want to add towing to the Flex, then you will need a few parts from the dealer, I dont recommend using a non OEM trailer hitch unless you only plan to tow class 1.  The OEM one states it is class I, but is the same hitch that is used with the factory tow package. 


Since this thread is for the towing guides, it will be best to open a new thread regarding this. 

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