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2007 F150 crew cab and new 6x12 utility trailer. All lights on trailer work except the running and marker lights. Hooked trailer up to a different truck (Chevy) and problem persists.

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I wrote an article not too long ago about diagnosing trailer wiring issues. It should be rather helpful. Click here to read.

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