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2006 dodge caravan need wire colors for ground and power to hook up lights for trailer

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    mike ryner May 11, 2010

    Your dealer sells a trailer harness the plugs into your tail lites harnes. It is a much better option then splicing into wiring and possibally causing a issue. There are many system that are linked together and you dont need an unwanted problem. Check into this option and if you dont want it i can still help you out.

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