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Trailer connector park lights not working fuses ok

Trailer connection the park light not working

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  • rann4u May 18, 2009

    4 pin I haved work with it found blown fuse. brake light and turn signal left side not working any answers thanx in advance

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Factory installation or after purchase? Flat 4 or 7 pin?

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Check connection & clean yellow wire if wired properly from start. That yellow wire is for signal & brake on left side. This did work this way at one time correct?

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