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Need to hook up wiring harness for boat trailer. conector has been cut from ford explorer 94 4x4. dont know which wires need to be wired together.

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The best way is with the use of a test light and find a good ground for one end and use the other to find your signals with the key on so to ensure power to the wires themselves and then with a 2 x 4 ahainst the seat propped the brake or assistance if available and find them as well also backup lights with the tire chucked so it dont roll on you find these as well by connecting via the diagram that the new harness came with or if none is available connect them until they are correctly working order then secure them should have a quick disconnect coupler with it so you may remove it for future use

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