Question about 2002 Jeep Liberty
Hooking up trailer dont know witch wire is witch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Easiest way to do this is to purchase an in-expensive test light from your autoparts store, the kind that clips to a ground and has a sharp end and a light. Clip the wire onto a frame bolt then turn the taillights on. Probe the wires coming from the light assembly until the tester lights up. You cand do the same thing for each function, just do them one at a time (blinker left, blinker right, brake, ect..)
Hope this helps :)
Posted on May 03, 2009
You need to purchase the trailer wire kit that has a solid state module that will allow the lights operate correctly. It plugs right in the factory socket, no cutting of wires are needed, and it costs around 40 dollars. It is the only way to go for your vehicle.
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
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The Left Turn signal is DARK GREEN/RED
The Right Turn signal is WHITE/YELLOW
The Left Brake light is WHITE/ORANGE
The Right Brake is WHITE/RED
The High-Mount Brake lamp is DARK GREEN/WHITE
Now, with all that said, your Jeep should be already equipped with trailer wiring unless you have the cheapest model of Jeep Liberty available. I would check your Owner's Manual on the subject.
Also, your rear lighting is controlled by the Body Control Module (BCM) and the signal and brake inputs/outputs are all transmitted to the Instrument Cluster Module for your lamp-out warning system. Anything you connect to this wiring can adversely affect BCM function or can cause your lamp out warning to malfunction and come on all the time. I would use extreme caution unless you really want to destroy some HIGH DOLLAR electronics in your vehicle.
Posted on Sep 11, 2011
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