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Instruction for installation of reese towpower trailer wiring system 73832

How do I hook the wire up to the light assembly?

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There should be a tail light connection behind the left light assembly, where the harness adapter plugs in.

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i have a 1996 chevy 1500 bought a brake controler but what wire do i put the blue wire to ther are 4 white wires from brake peddle that go on when peddle is pressed on.

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you should'nt have to,all you need to do is to run a wire from one brake light to the plug if your brake light is a two filament globe ie. tail/stop light you need to make sure that you connect to the brake light wire.....hope this helps....cheers

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