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1999 dodge ram 3500 cut factory trailer wiring

In the back that goes to a 7 pin flat pin someone cut the wires and im trying to find the color coding to a pollack 7 pin reciever plug help

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Check out this link www.dodgeram.org/tech/mods/electric/trailer_wire.htm

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