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No stop and turn lights for trailer hookup f150 1997

Fuse are good truck lights work ok

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  • vantc Jul 02, 2009

    It is flat 4 at bumper. All the fuse are ok. I think it could be a relay for the trailer lights but don't where to look.The parking lights work.The brake and turn will not. Thank You

  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    7 pin, or small trailer with flat 4? Connection at rear bumper?

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    2012 F150 MY TRAILER PARKING LAMPS DO NOT WORK I CHECKED THE FUSE AND RELAY IN POWER DIST BOX.BOTH ARE OK. ALSO CHECKED CONNECTIONS IN REAR OF TRUCK.BOTH ARE CLEAN

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Check the fuses under the hood near the brake booster. The trailer fuse are usually in one of those fuse/relay boxes. Good luck.

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