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Trailer running lamps will not work

I have a 2007 Classic Silverado 2500. When I tow any trailer, the blinkers and brake lights work, but the running lights do not. I have checked the fuses on the driver's side dash panel but can't seem to find a fuse for running lights. Any suggestions? Thank you.

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Your running lights/marker lights and tail lights are on the same circuit. I all thetruck lights work, the problem is in the plug or plug harness.

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