Question about 2009 Nissan Armada
Since you don't mention if your lights work on the car itself, I'll assume they do. The first thing you should do is use a test light and make sure everything works at the plug coming off the car including the ground. If all is good there the next step is checking the lights on the trailer. If they failed at the car plug that must be fixed first. When checking on the trailer check all of the grounds and plugs first since this is the most common problem in trailers, mainly the grounds.
Posted on May 26, 2010
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