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Trailor light from a boat

I bought a 7 way to hook up my boat from the back connector but i am not getting any lights whatsoever does anyone know what the problem may be i have a 2007 chevy silverado 1500

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Most of time its not grounding between the ball and hitch try using jumper cables hook one end under truck one on trialor see if lights work then

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