Question about Cars & Trucks
Iam colour blind red/green and i suspect you are too as a lot of males are and most dont even know it ,Anyway simple way out of this is to use one of them electrical 12v test screwdriver or a multimeter like i have to ,never trust colour on wires on a motor vehicle as they use any colour in the looms depending on what been used up and what stock is available ,the assembly line cannot be held up because the colour of the wire is different .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
get a cheap 12 volt test ($6 any parts store) light and have someone operate the different lights while u proble the wires, when the test light illuminates you tag that wire for what circuit was activated, brake, running, turn etc.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
if you go to a hitch shop they usually have a plug that fit to stock harness for a price but its easier and safer
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Hello, if you have a test light handy with a sharp tip on one side than, start with your parking lights on and check to see which wire it is, if you have a heavy bag of potatoes or similar, you can use this when it comes to the brake lights :)
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
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