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Trailer Wiring Harness

A) trying to troubleshoot no running lights issue - all other things work at harnes 7 point - then when cut wires to convert back to flat 4 - i must have blown a fuse somewhere - not on main panel? checked those - but now no power on harness. Help! did somebody put an in line fuse in or something?

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The trailer fuses should be located out in the engine compartment inside of the fuse/relay junction box.

That is unless the trailer connector on the vehicle and the wiring were installed by someone who used an after-market trailer connector, and if that is the case then you might find the fuses up under the dash or around the fuse/relay junction box, and the fuses will most likely be inside of in-line fuse holders that are part of the after-market wiring. Here are some diagrams that might help you out.


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