Question about 2005 Honda Pilot
Test the connection with lights on using a test light, if none turn the test light on, make sure the ground is good, recheck your new connection. maybe it's connected to a relay, if it is, test the relay by bypassing it. it's all a process of elimination. a wiring diagram for a trailer is useless because people hook them up by the means they got. again, it's a process of elimination. to hook up the lighting, first do the tail lights, then the signal lights, thay are also used as brake lights as they are brighter
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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