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Trailer light hookup missing wires there dont know what color goes where 2002silverado

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Grean;riht turn and stop.Yellow;left turn and stop.Brown;tail lights.Black or white;ground.If you have a seven pin plug the red is for back-up lights,blue for trailer brakes and black is battery power.

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