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Which No. fuses are the trailer ligghts on a scania 420r, 06 plate please.

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Problem with the license plate lamp and the trailer connector.


It's possible these are two separate problems. You will have to find out why the power is not reaching the license plate lamp assembly, and this means tracing the circuit. Check for power and ground at the lamp. You will have to identify the correct wires and follow them back toward the fuse to find the problem. A wiring diagram will make it much easier to solve.
Same with the trailer connector. If it's not working, I assume you mean there is no power when you plug in your trailer. You will have to figure out which wire is supposed to supply battery voltage and why it isn't. Are there any broken wires? Corrosion? Does the trailer connector have any connection to the license plate lamps? (It shouldn't.)

Feb 23, 2015 | 1999 Oldsmobile Bravada

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The license plate new bulbs fail to illuminate an the lift gate locks whenever closed...why?


This answer comes from BlazerForum.com (link is below) for a 2002 Trailblazer:

"It will be a 10a fuse in the under hood fuse box, labeled TRL PRK. If you have towed a trailer lately, and the fuse does not blow when you replace it, I would check the trailer that you used. If you have not towed a trailer, I would check the trailer wiring under the LR or the truck, to make sure none of that is shorting out. Good luck, Korey."

http://blazerforum.com/forum/audio-video-electronics-8/license-plate-lights-out-9102/

Oct 12, 2014 | 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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When i plug a trailer up to my 1994 toyota pickup, the trailer lights dont work. the lights over the license plate dont work. could there be a fuse that is blown, does the plate lights need to work for the...


You shouldn't need the license plate lights to work to make your trailer lights work. Chances are that there is an issue with the wiring it's self. On my father 94 pick up the wiring is spliced directly in the taillight wiring. If your taillights work there shouldn't be an issue with the trailer lights. Start by checking or remounting the ground wire attached to the wiring harness. If that isn't the issue test the input of the harness followed by the output. If there is input but no output you need to replace the harness. Try the CURT 55379 you can purchase this by visiting one of their retailers by clicking here.

May 07, 2011 | 1994 Toyota Pickup

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I have a 2001 GMC Jimmy 4d 4x4. Recently while I was hooking up my trailer to a 4pin connection on the truck it caused a short or something to cause the trucks license plate lights to go out and the...


Check under the hood fuse box for trailer and vehicle fuses.Use a test light and check all fuses in place.Turn ignition and light switch on when checking fuses.

Apr 12, 2017 | 2001 GMC Jimmy

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Fuse for my Tail Lights, licence plate lights, and instrument panel lights keeps blowing on my 2002 Toyota Land Cruiser


  1. Tail,Plate and panel lamps all work off the same fuse
  2. do you have a trailer lamp kit on the cruiser?
  3. check condition of trailer lamp wiring under rear
  4. if not remove and inspect all tail bulbs and their connections
  5. has anyone installed an aftermarket sterio setup possibly running a screw through a wiring harness?
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Jul 29, 2010 | 2003 Toyota Land Cruiser

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06 f150 wiring trouble


Check Fuses # 36 & 42, these are the fuses for the trailer tow adapter ( separated from the trucks.

If you did not get an owners manual with your truck ( purchased used ), you can download one from Ford :
https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals/default.asp

Mar 30, 2010 | 2006 Ford F-150

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No left turn signal or brake light on trailer,checked all fuses they were fine I had no power at the plug in at the back of truck on the left side for brake light or turn signal the running lights are...


I had the same problem on 06 ram, the problem is one of the controll modules under the fuse panel under the hood on the drivers side. My trailer mechanic told me this was a common problem and dodge will only charge about 700 dollars to replace it. he solved my problem by installing a converter on the wires to the tail lights of the truck then running down to the trailer plug. it was most likely caused by a short in the trailer and dodge in their infinate wisdom failed to put a fuse between the trailer and control module. and by the way even though this is a manufacturing defect they will not warranty the module. hope this helps.

Jul 08, 2009 | 2006 Dodge Ram 2500

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No current to bulb. at licence plate.


did u check tail light fuse underhood fuse center,if that fuse is blown ,tail lights on trailer and lic. light on truck wont work,if ok,check elect. circuit for broken wire.at trailer plug or conn.

Mar 19, 2009 | 1997 Chevrolet K1500

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Wiring for a trailer


u must install the fuses for the system in he underhood heavy duty fuse box, it will be marked trailer tow

Mar 17, 2009 | 2006 Ford Escape

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