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SOURCE: trailer towing fuses

Battery junction box (BJB) fuse(s):

  • 5 (30A) (trailer electric brake controller)
  • 34 (25A) (trailer tow turn relays)
  • 42 (30A) (trailer tow parking lamps)
  • 44 (30A) (trailer tow battery charge relay switch side)
  • 63 (15A) (trailer tow reversing lamps

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SOURCE: where is the fuse or fuses for the tail lights on acura mdx.

there's one under the hood another under the dash on the drivers side and possibly one under the dash on the pass. side also. check your owners manual if you have one it should tell you where they're at.

Posted on Aug 19, 2009

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SOURCE: need fuse list for 2001 ford f350 trailer lights

In the fuse box under the hood, fuse in position 20 is a 7.5amp fuse for the trailer left turn circuit, fuse in position 22 is a 7.5 amp fuse for the right turn circuit, if the fuses are good and you have power at them it is going to be wiring, at the back of the truck close to the driver side at the bumper is a gray connector that will take factory wiring to you trailer wiring the yellow wire is left turn/brake light, the green wire is right turn/brake light, and the brown is tail lights, and the orange wire is 12volt feed for if there is a battery on the trailer that needs to be kept charged for break away safty brakes.

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

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SOURCE: which fuse controls trailer lights for 2005 f350

trailer stuff has its own fuse box little on near brake booster usually

Posted on Jul 19, 2010

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SOURCE: Can't get the trailer running

Check fuse 28 in the fuse block under the left side of the dash. There is also a relay for the trailer park lamps in that same fuse block. The fuse and relay are the trailer parking lamps and run independantly of the vehicles parking lights. You can also try backprobing the other trailer plug (you should have one 7 pin and one 4 pin) to see if there is power at the park light pin. If there is power at the other trailer plug than the fuse and relay are bad and you may have a bad/corroded plug or bad wring to the plug that doesn't work.

Posted on Nov 04, 2010

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