Question about 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab
Hi: You Might want to Check and make sure your Trailer Plugs are wired right,1-Could be wrong to Cause the Both the Truck and Trailer Lights (Brake and Signal) not to Work Correctly,Make sure you Have a Good Ground on Both . My guess is a Wire has Either gotten Corroted or Has Pulled out of 1- Of your Trailer Pugs. Hope this helps You.Let me Know By Voting on How Helpful my Solution Was.And You can Also Leave a Testamony; From the WYOCWBOY
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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