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Running light fuse for the tow plug on a 2006 jeep wrangler

The running lights on my tow plug is not working, where is the fuse located.. ? 2006 jeep wrangler limited

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Does it have a fuse or is it connected directly to the wiring for the vehicle ??was it factory fitted or fitted afterwards

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1.) Determine a suitable location for mounting the circuit protected converter in an out of the way spot near the left tail lights in the trunk or on the frame rail, if mounted under the towing vehicle.
2.) Ground the white ground wire by placing the ring terminal under an existing screw attached to a clean metal surface or by drilling another 3/32" hole and using one of the self tapping screws provided.
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