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Trailer lights dont work right when I plug them into my excursion

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I found that I had to replace a fuse that is very hard to locate on the interior of the passenger side dash, way under neath and a real b#%$@# to find and get to. No mention in the owners manual that I could find.
Hope you find it. My excursion is still going strong after 200,000. miles with a v10 engine. Good luck

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If none work then it sounds like a bad ground on the trailer to me

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