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I have a b 2200 mazda pick up. i recently put on a 7 prong plug to pull a small boat trailor and when hooking up wires i have a seperate brake wire and dont know were it goes. i tried to hook it to the signal light wires like a chev or fords brake lights work through there signal light wire but didnt work.

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  • codye May 12, 2009

    i guess i should refraze brake wire. the wire is for my brake lights which is a seperate wire on my b2200

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The wire you maybe talking about could posibly be for the trailer brake controller, which you have to buy serperate i'm not to sure how much it will run you but i would look into that because that is what the extra wire is usually forwith the 7 prong trailer plugs

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