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No power to trailer hookup

All of the fuses are good but I'm not getting any power to the trailer

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Check your ground wire. If it's ok, take a test lead and check for power in the plug on your truck. If still no power trace the wires at the back of the truck to where the plug for your trailer light hooks into the truck lights make sure the conection is good and the plugs aren't corroided.

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