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Wire diagram 4 pole round

I'm making a pig tail adapter between truck bumper w/ female 6 pole round to a trailer w/ 4 pole round male end on a trailer.

My question is the possitions on the male end associated with the colored wires, white ,brown, yellow, green.

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Here's a link to the info you need
http://www.accessconnect.com/trailer_wiring_diagram.htm

Posted on May 14, 2009

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