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None of my trailer lights work at all. I was thinking it was a fuse but the book doesn't even list the fuses at all for the trailer and towing.

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If it is a factory towing package, there are 2 10amp fuses not in your fuse boxes. They are located on the drivers side under the dash right about in the center. You can see them if you get on the floor and look. They are in white square plastic boxes. Each one holds 1 fuse and one is for left brake and left turn and the other for right brake and right turn.
these are kinda hanging in mid air, meaning they are not mounted to anything. I can take a picture of mine if you like. The fuse I am trying to find is for the running lights, the lights that are on at night when your going. That one I have not found yet. they are the mini fuses and not round of course.

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