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Trailer light problem

I have a 2006 Ford F250 4X4, with the camper package... I have all the lights on the truck but only tail lihgts when I plug in trailer. I think it must be just a few blown, but I do not have the fuse box diagram... any thought on which fuse it could be???

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  • lcso41 May 20, 2009

    trailer is brand new and checks out fine. i'm pretty sure its a fuse issue. I just dont where to even start looking. there are so many fuses and I dont have to manuel

  • James Huff Feb 02, 2012

    Hey my friend I see you had a problem with wiring on your Ford My spet dad is having a problem almos like yours dont have any turn signals on the traileso we put a meter on the 7 pin connector and dont have any power from the truck the dealer took out the owners manual to sell it separate like they are all doing these days so i was wondering if you had a diagram of the fuse box for a 2006 ford f250 super duty my e-mail is bonfire40@hotmail.com please help me or tell me where i can find a diagram Thank you

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Sounds like something is up with the wiring on the trailor. you can also check the harness connector for the trailor, i have seen them actually corrode and short to other wires in the connector

Posted on May 20, 2009

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    Jason Phillips May 23, 2009

    try the trailor harness, the side that comes off of your truck. just the connector.

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