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Quite often it is in your trailer plug, but you have a damaged wire somewhere, First check your trailer plug, replace fuse if it blows now then unplug the plug under the dash on the drivers side pillar that runs under the carpet, replace fuse if it blows now you will need a professional, if it works you know where to chase it
Posted on Jan 03, 2014
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