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get a test light and check for power and ground at the tailight circuit board, and then also check connector at drivers side by back bumper where main wire harness connection is and trailer light harness plugs in , check for power there too, probably a bad corroded connection and or circuit board bad at right tailight.
There is a sensor under the left hand side of the dash that would not allow it to start, provided that you have replaced the electronic spark module inside the distributor first, which is what it sounds like it would be, When you say you replaced the distributor I assume you replaced it complete!
your wiring may have gotten pinched by crossmember or something else.i would check for power out of the fuse block.there are four wires on the right side coming out of your fuse box with a seperate flat vertical plug,the colors are brown,dark green,yellow and light green.brown is tailight,light green for your backup lights and green and yellow for left and right stoplight/turn signals.use a test light at the plug.
Check it with a test light. White-ground, Yellow-left turn, Green-right turn, Brown-tailights. Check it on the truck first. There are seperate fuses for just the trailer wiring in the fuse box under the hood. The Blue and Red wires are for Trailer brakes, don't worry about those.
What have you been doing in the trunk lately? I heard about a guy partying in his trunk. :) If you've been doing a lot of hauling lately you may have caused something to knock a wire loose in the trunk. Check for that. Also look for signs of moisture. You may need to pull the bulbs and dry them out and then pull the whole assembly and replace the moisture seal. Since the right side gets power from the left side light assembly, check that side for a loose wire as well.