Question about Dodge Dakota
Want to put a trailer hook up on my truck,need to know how to get tail light lens out
With out knowimg what kind of truck you have ,if no screws are on out side ,drop tail gate and look for screws on edge 3-4 on inside of cornner.
Posted on Oct 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The diagram will do you no good it you do not have amber turn signals on your trailer. What you need is a "black box" that, when wired correctly, interprets the amber turn signal on the truck into a pulsed flash to the red brake lamp on the trailer. If the trailer does not have amber turn signals, it is impossible to wire a harness with a diagram. Sorry.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
yes there is , under the hood in a fuse block on left side of engine compartment , will be a 10 amp trailer parking lamps fuse ( TRL PARK ),,, also on right side of dash will be a right trailer turn/stop fuse and a left trailer turn/stop fuse, just for your information . i don't know if it will be plainly identified , if not maybe your owners manual can help identify it . were rootin for ya .
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
I'm assuming you're just going to splice into the tail light wiring so that's what these wire colors are:
at the tail lamp 3 way connector:
black and yellow = park lamp
dark green and brown = left turn signal
there should be another connector with violet and black wire for reverse lights.
the stop lights are turned on through the turn signal circuits.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
Get a tester light the type with an alligator clip and a sharp point.
Check each wire for your brake lights,blinkers etc.
i.e. With the blinker light on find the correct wire and splice into it with the corresponding light on the trailer. ( DO NOT CUT THE TRUCKS WIRE)
Remove the covering and twist the plug wires around it and tape or shrink wrap if you can.
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
The truck is protecting itself from the load impose by the trailer.. Chk the plug on the truck for wire gauge size. Turn any electrical loads off on the trailer, any and all. If fuse still blows then the fuse is either underated or the trailer has a dead short. In fact turn trail main power panel of. All lights work you say. So ck the inverter for defect byturning off the inverter on one of the trailers.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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