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2006 f-250 6.0 manual. My trailer connection doesn't work, what fuse number do I need to check

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Check owners manual first. Also try http://www.etrailer.com/faq-wiring.aspx. They have a great website with lots of info. If none of the connections work, check the connector under the truck. It may be over the spare tire.

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I need a fuse diagram for a 2006 Ford F250 2WD. My lights all work great on the PU but when I connect the trailer the lights work but no brake lights or turn signals.


If all the lights work properly with the trailer wiring not connected then the truck itself is fine. If attaching the trailer wiring causes the lights to permanently stop working on the truck then you are blowing a fuse and it will need to be replaced. Your owners manual will show you where the fuse panel is. You should be able to check the wiring plug at the back of the truck to be sure it is working properly with a test light and a helper. If the power for signals/brakes etc are not all working at the plug, then trace back and fix these. If all is good at the truck's plug, then the trailer wiring must be faulty. Again, go through it and fix anything that is broken or corroded. Of course it goes without saying, make sure all the bulbs are good.

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We just hooked up our Ford 1996 econoline van to a trailer. The trailer brakes are not working. We checked all the fuses - all seem to be fine. The fuse diagram on the fuse box panel does not tell you...


First thing is your van equipped with a trailer brake controller and is it working. This is usually a small box that is installed inside the vehicle and is needed to operate the brakes. Next what type of plug do you have on the vehicle to plug the trailer into some plugs do not support wiring for trailer brakes. If you have a aftermarket trailer brake controller it will not be fused in the fuse panel so you will to locate a inline fuse used to power up the controller. Hope this helps.

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I tried to connect a utility trailer but the lights wont work


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But the ground connection is the most likely if none work.
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They are spliced in. Your problem sounds like a bad earth to your trailer. Check you have a good earth as its a very common problem with trailer light's when a few lights are out.

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