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Hello my name is Angel,
I looked up the part number you gave (the BB one) and found one online for 128.50.
the parts number has to be correct, the different numbers represent different pin locations meaning your connections could be the same but the designation of each pin in the connectors are in different locations. so the system will not work.
Since the number is ***** similar then you can find what exact vehicle model it came out of and year, you can REpin the connectors to match your needs, it's not easy but it will work, or you can just purchase the correct "BB" not use any other.
Where on both trucks can these numbers be found, you mean that some trucks have this fuse box and some trucks have the other box? if the part number from the fuse box in his truck is AB, then it needs to be AB. each truck has its own setup, like XLT, Eddie Bauer, Kings Ranch, Lariet, and so on. some have Trailer hitch kits installed from factory. all these differences have different part numbers. and sales codes that are in the engine computer and body controller. so yes if your truck has a AB you need to have an AB put back in.
you can also go to the dealer and give them your VIN number and they can give you the exact part number you will need for that specific truck.
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