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Colr codes for rearlights/signal and running lights

Looking for the color code of rear lights for 2005 pontiac grand am gt to install trailer wiring

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LT REAR YELLOW, RT REAR GREEN , TAIL LIGHTS BROWN - POSSIBLY WITH WHITE TRACER LINE, GROUND WHITE OR SOLID BLACK

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If you use a test light you can find the pin on the connector which runs the Running lights. Sometimes the wiring harness will pick up the running lights off of the taillight in the bed of the truck. You would look for a wire going up into the taillight housing from the Trailer plug.

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I'm owner of a 1995 GMC Yukon a trailer wiring was installed, resulting from this I've begone to experience problems with my rear end break lights working when applying breaks, rear end lights work when...


These diagrams will help assist you and I have always had success using these diagrams to properly wire trailer connectors, and all of the connections should be soldered well and also use heat shrink tubing. Let me know if you require any further assistance.


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Want to add wiring for small trailer


Try this site. http://www.etrailer.com/faq-wiring.aspx. They give color codes and detailed info. If you have one bulb that does both, running and stop lights, then simple wiring to colors should work. If you have two bulbs, one for brake and one for turn signal, you must use a converter. Otherwise, it feeds back to whatever you are wired to. Good luck

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Blue- unfused Aux

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