Question about Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
the wires going to the trailer and make sure none have rubbed through. sounds
like they are shorting out together. when they all blink are they dim. if they
are, sounds like they would be shorting to that ground.
There are fuses for the trailer plug in the fuse block
This is the fuse block under the hood, if there is no power to the fuses then it can be the reason.
If the fuse does not have power to it then it has to be a wiring issue because power comes from the battery to the fuse box. If surrounding fuses have power than the box itself is probably not at fault, although this does not eliminate that possibility completely. You will need to inspect the wiring going to the box and right under the box where they all connect. If the wiring is good then a swap of the fuse box with known good one will need to be made.
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Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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