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The charger has 4 colored wires along with copper wired without insulation. How do I splice together?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
brown to the tail lights. yellow to left turn signal. green to right turn signal. this is a basic 3 wire hook-up i use all the time w/4wire connectors for all trailers. white wire is not used. ground is established when you hook to the ball.
to find the correct wire to splice to, use a testor (has a clip to the bare wire, and a sharp point to the truck frame). using a needle, push it through a wire to rear light harness. turn on the turn signal. check if the connection is the blinker, testing until you have the blinker wire. the tail lights can be attached to the license plate wire. brakes and blinkers use same wire, so brake lights will work whenever the turn signal is attached.
to be sure everything is working right, have a second person go inside the truck and work the signals, brakes and lights one at a time while you are at the back of the trailer telling what to do.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
it does'nt really matter as long as you know which one is positive because you can run the earth wire from camera to any metal part of the vehicle......hope this helps.....cheers.
Posted on Jun 13, 2011
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