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Auxiliary junction box location

I need to change the wiring on my tox package from the 4 pin to the seven pin

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    Karen Matter Nov 30, 2012

    Additional info on my question: It's the rear auxiliary junction box that I'm trying to locate.

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Underneath by spare tire theres a big plug in

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