Question about 2004 Ford F250
I have brake lights and turn signals but no running lights on my trailor. same problem on all 3 hook ups. any help please
Check your receptacle with a test light, to find out if it's the truck or the trailer that's the problem. If you have power at the truck, then take your trailer rceptacle apart, and see what's going on in there. If you don't find it in the plug ins, just work your way back with a test light. Its corrosion or a broken wire somewhere. Wiring can drive you nuts.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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