Question about Mazda B2200
1988 b200. The trailer lights are not responding when plugged into the receiver in the back bumper. Is this a fuse I need to replace? The lights and blinkers all work fine, just not on the trailer.
More than likely, you are experiencing a GROUNDING PROBLEM for the Trailer...
Posted on Feb 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ther is a switch called a brake lifgt switch that has a pin that is moved by your boot brake pedal arm.
the way it works is: when you press on the brake the brake pedal moves down and the spring in the switch pushes out closing the contacts to your brake lights the switch is located high up under the driver's side of the underside of the dash near or, on the brake pedal support replace or, adjust this switch
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
SOURCE: 2005 silverado trailer wiring
You may want to get a ground loop isolator or even cheaper. Go to radio shack and buy two 1amp diodes and put them on each turn signal wire. This will eliminate the problem. The diode will be black with a gray line. the line will go towards the trailer on each wire. this should take care of the problem.
Posted on May 08, 2009
Check the 20amp fuse that is in a small fuse box close to the fire wall and is mounted to the fender well. you will not find it in the power distribution box,,in my '97 ford pu is all by it self,and the small fuse box is about 3/4"W X 1/12L and it only has two fuses in it a 20amp wich that is the one you need to check and a 5 amp for a diferen purpose.let me know if it helps Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
This year model truck has a different fuse for the trailer turn signals than your regualr turn signals. Check the fuse box under the hood for any burned out fuses. If not look under your truck and look at the wiring and make sure that there is no loose wires that may be grounded out. Also check for any looose wires on your trailer. I know that on a lott of trailers they ground out through the trailer ball but it would not be a bad idea to take the ground on your trailer plug (witch is normally is the white wire) and run it straight to your trailer and hard wire it witch means put an eye connector on the end of your ground wire and screwing or bolting it to a piece of metal on your trailer.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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