Question about 1993 GMC Sierra K1500
Got rear ended the other day. Don't feel like making the guy pay through the nose this close to x-mas so I'll try to fix it first, when he hit me he only broke my trailer plug which crossed over the connectors and blew a fuse. Replaced the 20 amp park light fuse and removed the broken plug which gave me my dash lights, signal and my hazards back but I still don't have rear running lights and brake lights and all the other fuses look fine.
If you still have this problem maybe this will help. I had to replace the trailer plug on a 93 GMC Sierra K1500 and had a problem with the light's not working. Had to trace wires from trailer plug up to tail lights. The problem was a broken ground wire. It took longer to remove all the tape and replace it than fixing the problem.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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