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Were do I find the Wiring Diagram from Galaxy Fulcher 2007 Caravan to Ford Ranger 2010

Wiring for 12 pin plug for galaxy fulcher caravan 2007

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Http://www.narva.com.au/products/browse/wiring-diagrams

use a volt meter to work out which light is connected to which pin on Ford Ranger trailer plug . Hopefully it corresponds to standard trailer wiring diagrams. Test each wire could also use a light bulb with two wires soldered to it or a 12v dc probe.
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These lights are connected to the car via a 7 pin "12N" type plug or by a more modern "continental" style 13 pin plug. The road lights are usually a complete system with all the supply and earth connections being separate from any other electrical system on the caravan. One of the most common faults with road lights is problems associated with the earth lead, but more of that later.
The only road lights that are not connected via the 12N connection are the caravan's reversing lights. The original 7 pin socket when it was developed was thought to have enough connections for everything anyone could ever want. Unfortunately as the years progressed, the number of "spare" connection on this plug diminished, to the point where there was no spare connection for the reversing lights. However, with the advent of the 12S, this was taken care of.The second 12 volt system is the supplemental system. This is designed so that when towing, you can charge the caravan's leisure battery, power the fridge and in some cases power an electrical brake system. The design of the supplemental system has to take into account a number of things:-
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