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Where is the fuse for the 12 volt power on trailer plugs on 2001 f 350 ford truck

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SOURCE: how do I get 12 volts at the factory installed trailer connector

You are correct. There is a fuse in the underhood fuse/relay compartment that powers up the pin. It is one of the larger fuses and should be labeled as "AUX". Also check that the power wire is connected to the AUX bolt terminal. They shipped from the factory disconnected and the cable was zip-tied to something below the fuse box.

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SOURCE: no 12 volt power source going to the trailer

Sorry you are having trouble.
The normal for 7 pin conectors is
Red=Aux power
Purple= back up lights or hydraulics
Green=right stop and turn
Yellow=left stop and turn
White=ground
Blue=electric brake
Brown=side markers

The red is fused so follow this line to the source and/or the fuse

I hope this helps

Posted on Apr 04, 2010

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SOURCE: Where is the fuse located for the 12 volt power on

Hi, the power terminal to the 7 way , is not hooked up from the factory. In order to hook this up, you must locate 2 wires under the hood. The 1st wire, is between the driver fender, and the fuse box. This wire is red , and taped up. Grab hold od this wire, and pull it out of the tape. It has an eyelet on the end of it. The next wire is below the steering column, same scenario, red wire, with an eyelet, pull this out of the tape, route both wires to the front of the fuse box (underhood), take the cover off of the fuse box, you will find 2 silver threaded dtuds on the front of the fuse panel. 1 larger than the other.route these 2 wires to these two studs, and secure with 2 metric nuts. You will have to get these. does not matter which wires go where, as both studs are battery power, and are both fused. the wires will only go on 1 way anyway. after the nuts are tightened, reinstall the cover, and you will have power at the 7 way. Good luck...

Posted on Sep 23, 2010

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you should have a unused circuit in the fuse box, or an accesory not being used, depending what you are powering in the trailer i would suggest a 20 amp, but you can go to 30 amp (not recommended)

Posted on Oct 22, 2010

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SOURCE: I am not getting power to the 12-volt trailer

i have no idea on this vehicle to be honest but first i would look in the back in case it has a add on inline fuse tucked up somewhere ,follow the wires back is the obvious here ,if its fused from the front fuse board then i would check the 30 amp fuses these are a grey colour .Other than that without my head under the bonnet to look myself i cannot help any further

Posted on Jan 25, 2011

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