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Is there a fuse for towing plug for caravan on ford galaxy

Fuse for trailer plug on ford 05 plate galaxy

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SOURCE: no running lights on boat trailer towed by 2008 ford f150

You can purcahse a tester which will connect into the F-150's wiring harnes. If the led lights up, the problem is witht he trailer's wiring harness. this tester will indicate the proper operation of the brake light and turn signals.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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SOURCE: trailer towing fuses

Battery junction box (BJB) fuse(s):

  • 5 (30A) (trailer electric brake controller)
  • 34 (25A) (trailer tow turn relays)
  • 42 (30A) (trailer tow parking lamps)
  • 44 (30A) (trailer tow battery charge relay switch side)
  • 63 (15A) (trailer tow reversing lamps

Posted on Mar 20, 2009

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Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 F150 supercrew w/ factory towing - No tail lights on trailer

Not sure which fuse you checked.
The Engine Compartment Fuse Panel ( Battery Junction Box / BJB ) is where the fuse is for the trailer tow adapter parking lamps.
Fuse # 5 is the fuse for the parking lamps, and the reversing lamps.

Next is the trailer tow adapter park lamp relay. This is what BJB Fuse #5 feeds, and the coil is operated by the truck's parking lamps. This is also in the BJB, Relay 201, it is the 1/2 size relay.

Not sure what you took a resistance reading from on the trailer tow adapter.

If you want, you can pull the trailer tow park lamp relay, and jumper the normally open contacts, which should provide power at the trailer tow adapters, regardless of the truck's lights.
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This is the wiring diagram for the trailer tow park lamps
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Posted on Mar 09, 2010

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use a volt meter to work out which light is connected to which pin on Ford Ranger trailer plug . Hopefully it corresponds to standard trailer wiring diagrams. Test each wire could also use a light bulb with two wires soldered to it or a 12v dc probe.
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I have a 2003 ford F150 and I bought a factory plug in trailer harnes but the only light that work now is the running light I got back under truck and tried the harnes with a tester and it seem the trailer...


The fuses for the trailer tow adapter are in the normal fuse panels.

Engine Compartment fuse panel
101 - Is the battery charge circuit ( hot in run position )
20 - Left Stop / Turn fuse
19 - Right Stop / Turn
5 - Trailer tow reversing lamps & Trailer Tow parking lamps

Cab Fuse Panel
23 - fuse for the relay for the trailer tow battery charge circuit

All of these are in the owners manual

If you did not get an owners manual with your truck ( purchased used ), you can download one from Ford :
https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals/default.asp

Oct 04, 2010 | 2005 Ford F-150

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Trailer wiring problem. Tow vehicle is a 2008 Grand Caravan with 4 wire plug. Double checked, plug function works fine. When trailer is plugged to tow vehicle with tow vehicle lights OFF the trailer...


Most likely the brown wire from the trailer connector is connected to a constant battery voltage source, and it should be connected to the vehicle running light circuit, however someone might have wired the trailer connector up that way on purpose so that the trailer does not draw power from the vehicle running lights and possibly damage the vehicle running light circuit. (Dodge/Chrysler vehicles do have delicate lighting systems) Here are some images to help assist you, and the 4 way connector is the same as the 5 way connector just without the blue wire for the trailer brakes.


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2001 F150 supercrew w/ factory towing - No tail lights on trailer


Not sure which fuse you checked.
The Engine Compartment Fuse Panel ( Battery Junction Box / BJB ) is where the fuse is for the trailer tow adapter parking lamps.
Fuse # 5 is the fuse for the parking lamps, and the reversing lamps.

Next is the trailer tow adapter park lamp relay. This is what BJB Fuse #5 feeds, and the coil is operated by the truck's parking lamps. This is also in the BJB, Relay 201, it is the 1/2 size relay.

Not sure what you took a resistance reading from on the trailer tow adapter.

If you want, you can pull the trailer tow park lamp relay, and jumper the normally open contacts, which should provide power at the trailer tow adapters, regardless of the truck's lights.
4418e16.jpg

This is the wiring diagram for the trailer tow park lamps
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Mar 09, 2010 | 2001 Ford F150 Styleside SuperCrew

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I just rewired my 20'deckover trailer. I used good quality lcd's. I have the 7 and 4 pin plugs. everything works but the parking lights on both plugs. I have a 2006 f-150 extended cab. bought a test plug...


Did you check the fuse for the trailer tow adapter parking lamps ? This is a separate fuse from the truck's parking lamps.
Fuse #10 is the Trailer Tow parking lamps ( via the trailer tow parking lamp relay ) and this is the same fuse for the trailer tow reversing lamps ( via the trailer tow reversing lamp relay ).

If you did not get an owners manual with your truck ( purchased used ), you can download one from Ford :
https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals/default.asp

Diagrams for the Trailer Tow adapter :

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Feb 21, 2010 | 2006 Ford F-150

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F150 Ford 1998 is there a fuse for a trailer and where is it located? Thank you


There are a few fuses for the trailer tow adapter.

1st, is theodd location on the 97-98, engine mini fuse panel has a 20 A fuse forthe stop / turn lamps. Have seen it covered in tape from the factory onsome 97-98 MY trucks.
This is on page 142 in the owners 1997 manual, all the revisions for the 1998 owners manual I have seen do not include this fuse box for some reason.

Download a PDF version from Ford, for the 1997 MY at :

https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals/default.asp

This is a picture of the Power Distribution Box, additional relay box and engine mini fuse panel with the covers off. The 20A in the upper right panel with the red base, is the trailer stop/turn fuse.
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The others :
1. Power Distribution Panel / engine compartment fuse panel
Fuse #1 - Trailer tow back-up and tail lamps
Fuse #16 - Trailer tow battery charge and stop/turn lamps
Fuse #28 - Trailer tow electronic brake

2. Instrument Panel Fuses ( cab fuse panel by hood release )
#23 - trailer tow battery charge relay

Nov 11, 2009 | 1998 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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I HAVE NO VOLTAGE AT THE TRAILER CONNECTION


There are a few fuses for the trailer tow adapter.

1st, is the odd location on the 97-98, engine mini fuse panel has a 20 A fuse for the stop / turn lamps. Have seen it covered in tape from the factory on some 97 MY trucks.
This is on page 142 in the owners manual.
If you see one, you can download a PDF version from Ford at :

https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals/default.asp

The others :
1. Power Distribution Panel / engine compartment fuse panel
Fuse #1 - Trailer tow back-up and tail lamps
Fuse #16 - Trailer tow battery charge and stop/turn lamps
Fuse #28 - Trailer tow electronic brake

2. Instrument Panel Fuses ( cab fuse panel by hood release )
#23 - trailer tow battery charge relay


Nov 01, 2009 | 1997 Ford F150 Regular Cab

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No power to tail light on trailer- 2004 Dodge durango factory tow


If this is a factory light harness for the trailer hookup on your Caravan. Look under the hood for a fuse box. Many 2000+ vehicles have this with separate fuses just for the trailer lights.

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Trailer towing fuses


Battery junction box (BJB) fuse(s):
  • 5 (30A) (trailer electric brake controller)
  • 34 (25A) (trailer tow turn relays)
  • 42 (30A) (trailer tow parking lamps)
  • 44 (30A) (trailer tow battery charge relay switch side)
  • 63 (15A) (trailer tow reversing lamps

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