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T connector I have a hidden hitch trailer wiring t connector for my 06 Liberty, when its installed and there is nothigg plugged into the 4 pin connector my left turn signal illuminates when I hit the brake pedal. Anyone have a clue as to why this would happen???

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Probably feedback through the wiring converter. It converts from seperate brake light/turn signal as used on many late model vehicles to allow a combination light (like used on trailers) to work. Check ground wires also.

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