Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
Have harness pulled back off of wires thinking a ground problem just trying to make sure when i run a new ground i hook it to the right black reason for asking about wires because in the wiring harness there are three black 2 with a white line down them. 2000 chevy blazer do not want to burn up fuel pump by hooking to the wrong wire has a 4.3 motor pensylvania vehicle prone to ground problems because of rust
Its more likely the sending unit resistor inside the tank. sometimes you can replace just the float resistor with another working used one but most new ones come only as the complete unit
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firat of all check and make sure you have a real good ground or otherwise you will lose current to another wire and this can short out and cause the lights to malfunction.
Yellow: LT and Stop
Green: RT and Stop
This is the wiring code for the 4 wire trailers and
Wire a round seven-pin hitch, typically sold without a wiring harness, to the vehicle observing the following color codes: Run a white 10-gauge wire between ground and terminal one, run the blue 12-gauge wire between the electric brake controller and terminal two, the brown 14-gauge wire between the taillights and terminal three, the black 10-gauge wire between the permanently live 12-volt supply and terminal four, the yellow 14-gauge wire between the left turn/brake light and terminal five, the green 14-gauge wire between the right turn/brake light and terminal six and the purple 14-gauge wire between the backup light and terminal seven (in the center).
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