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I am looking for a wiring pigtail for my factory tail lights so i can wire my flatbed w/o cutting factory wires

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Check auto parts store or trailer place for adapter that goes into harness just behind bumper area, and "tees" into stock harness.

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I would check your tail light fuse first then test the brown wire in the tail light harness where you origionally cut into it. With the lights on there should be around 12v on it. if not you may have pulled the wire too hard and broke it upstream. Test to see if there is 12v at the fuse ad if there is, your trouble should be in the wire between the fuse and the spot where you cut into it.

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This is a common problem

see the final post by "yzer" for the solution:

http://www.fixya.com/cars/t870653-brake_lights_quit_working

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Google:

Montana tail light pigtail

and you'll find numerous posts on various forums about this issue.
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The fix involves replacing the pigtail wiring harness and perhaps, the tail light circuit boards.

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