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I am not sure what wires to use to hook up the trailer lights.

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The wiring bundle in the right rear (jack) storage compartment contains the trailer wiring harness (if so equipped).
The color code is:
Brown- Running lights
Yellow- Left turn signal
Dk Green- Right turn signal
Lt Grn w/white stripe- GROUND
Lt. Green- back-up lights
White- CHM stop lamp
Orange-fused Aux
Blue- unfused Aux

as found on my 2002 Safari.

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