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Wondering if there is a fuse for the constant 12 volt that is located in rear of truck by hitch for trailers everything works besides that

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MAY BE AN INLINE FUSE. WHERE IS THE FIRST PLACE IN HARNESS YOU HAVE POWER, AND THE NEXT PLACE YOU HAVE NO POWER? THE PROBLEM IS IN BETWEEN THESE TWO POINTS

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SOURCE: 2006 chevy trailer tail light fuse?

yes there is , under the hood in a fuse block on left side of engine compartment , will be a 10 amp trailer parking lamps fuse ( TRL PARK ),,, also on right side of dash will be a right trailer turn/stop fuse and a left trailer turn/stop fuse, just for your information . i don't know if it will be plainly identified , if not maybe your owners manual can help identify it . were rootin for ya .

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SOURCE: 2005 trailblazer trailer light connection

Should be in the front under the hood in the main fuse box on the left side of vehicle . look for the aux fuses for the traler plug.

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SOURCE: 2006 GMC Sierra 2500HD 4WD trailer light connection fuse blown?

under the hood on drivers side right behind the battery. Will be marked trailer light left sand right.

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wires on truckhave a feed ,are they connected correctly??

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SOURCE: Where is the fuse located for the 12 volt power on

Hi, the power terminal to the 7 way , is not hooked up from the factory. In order to hook this up, you must locate 2 wires under the hood. The 1st wire, is between the driver fender, and the fuse box. This wire is red , and taped up. Grab hold od this wire, and pull it out of the tape. It has an eyelet on the end of it. The next wire is below the steering column, same scenario, red wire, with an eyelet, pull this out of the tape, route both wires to the front of the fuse box (underhood), take the cover off of the fuse box, you will find 2 silver threaded dtuds on the front of the fuse panel. 1 larger than the other.route these 2 wires to these two studs, and secure with 2 metric nuts. You will have to get these. does not matter which wires go where, as both studs are battery power, and are both fused. the wires will only go on 1 way anyway. after the nuts are tightened, reinstall the cover, and you will have power at the 7 way. Good luck...

Posted on Sep 23, 2010

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