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I have a 6 p0le from the truck to a 7 pole on the camper how do i wire it so the backup lights work? its a 91 camper special

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Usually the trailer plug isnt wired for backup lights,i guess you will have to wire it manually,check the color of your wire to the backup lights of your truck,locate that wire underneath the back bumper and splice a wire to it to hook to your plug to the trailer.make sure the reverse wire from your trailer matches up with the terminal at your truck

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