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I pulled away from the fifth wheel and forgot to disconnect the 7-way connector from the truck and it disconnected from the electrical box on the fifth wheel. Wire colors in box don't match cable.

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If you haven't purchased the plugs yet. The wire color codes should be included in the package.

  • If you are using used plugs ck the back of the plugs for color or function of wire
  • Wht - ground
  • red - stop
  • blue - accessory/aux
  • brown - tail
  • black - Marker
  • grn - left turn
  • yellow - right turn

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SOURCE: Trailer charging problem

Spray a little WD-40 on it or use electric grease and see if it helps. Some trucks used switched power and some used direct power. I wired mine directly and put a toggle switch under the dash. It is not uncommon to have voltage drop through a connection, but yours is above normal. Disconnect the batteries in the trailer and check voltage again. The batteries in the trailer might be drawing on the truck voltage. Also check the voltage on the truck side with everything hooked up and see if it drops also. Hope this helps, Mike

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How to remove the heater core. It is a 1999 Mercury Grand Maquis GS


Below are directions. It is a fairly big job has the entire dash has to come out:


  • If equipped, turn the air suspension service switch to the OFF position before raising the vehicle.
  • Drain the cooling system.
    • Remove or disconnect the following:

      Negative battery cable
    • Front seats
    • Carpeting
    • Rear airflow duct
    • Heater hoses
    • Remove the driver-s side air bag module by removing or disconnect the following:

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      Open the glove box and disconnect the glove compartment isolator
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      Speed control servo nuts and move the servo aside
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    • Parking brake switch electrical connector
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    • Remove or disconnect the following:

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  • 7 Pry out and remove all other trim panels attached to the instrument panel. Remove all the air conditioner/heater/defroster vents.
  • 8 Lift the instrument panel up and towards the rear of the vehicle--this will likely require an assistant's help. Disconnect any other electrical connectors you see, then carry the panel out the driver's side door.

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    Trailer charging problem


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