Question about 2006 Ford F-150
I have an f-150 2004 truck while I was checking my horse trialer lights I shorted one of the runnig lights to ground. I now have no running light power to my trailer light connector on my truck However I do have full function of running lights brake lignts turn signals on the truck itself. On the other hand I do not have running lights on the trailer connector on the truck leading to the trailer. I do have brake lights and turn signals. I check ever fuse in the fuse panel. I had no idea what fuse was what because I didnt have the correct fuse diagram. Is there a inline fuse specifically for the tailer lights.
Easy fix.... find the wire that goes to the LICENSE PLATE LIGHT and splice into it and run a new wire to the running light wire for the trail.. it will be very close the the Trail harness
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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