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Where does electric trailer brake harness plug into under dash

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What are you asking? how do you get the lights to hook up to the back of your truck? you may need a pigtail connector to hook the trailer up and have it work properly.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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You have to go to the dealer and purchase a harness that will plug in by the fusebox underneath the driverside dash. From there you can wire in your electric brakes

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