Question about 1991 Dodge Dakota
There should be a white wire grounded to the frame of your truck. Even of you have power to the 4 way plug if you have no ground it will not work. look under the rear find the wire and eyelet check the connection, such as no rust, also it would help if you trace the wire to the spliter where the trailer harness plugs into the tail light harness and apply dielectric grease to the inside of the plugs this keeps moister from interupting the connection, or causisng corrosion. also good to put in the trailer plug helps for easy pluging and unpluging and again eleminated corrosion.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Goto autozone and get a trailer hitch hookup and it just clips in on your tail lights for about 20 buck you can do your self!! I did this cause my dodge truck did not have one at all so i did that and my boat trailers lights worked!!
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
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