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We just had the same problem with our 99 2500 Turbo Diesel Ram. The problem ended up being the factory trailer cord recepticle near the hitch. When we unplugged the harness from the back side of the recepticle we found that the brake terminals had gotten hot and burned out. We replaced the recepticle (about $30 from Dodge) and our problem was solved.
IT SOUNDS LIKE PROBLEM IS WITH TRAILER WIRING,NOT THE TRUCK..IF NOT BLOWING FUSE UNTIL YOU PLUG IN TRAILER,CHECK TRAILER WIRING FOR SHORTS IN WIRING,CHECK FOR CORRODED LIGHT SOCKETS,BAD GROUND CONNECTIONS..LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU FIND
Horse, stock or utility trailers: White = Ground - GD Yellow = Left turn/Brake -LT Green = Right turn Brake -RT Brown = Tail and clearance lights - TM Red or Black (not both) = Battery, aux power - A Blue = Electric Brakes - S
I have seen once before that the fuse box was bad on a 2003 Dodge 3500. I had power in and nothing out. We had to replace the box. Not cheap! Hope it is simple like a loose connection though. I think I had to pull the inner fender on the drivers side to access the bottom of the fuse box. Pain in the ****, but...