Question about Chevrolet Malibu
Can I make a suggestion? I'm not sure what year or model truck were are speaking of, but there are trailer light kits available that simply plug into the rear socket and the harness is ran down to the trailer. These kits have a small solid state controller that will keep the amperes in the circuit to a max of 3 amps.Otherwise, your going to have problems with them blowing fuses and or have bad connections. I recommend these kits all the time, and I have not cut a wire in years, it looks more professional and it is what the factory uses on vehicles.
With that being said, and you still want to cut the wires, use a test light and activate the right,left,park and brake lights one at a time at the rear socket, when the test light blinks or lights during one of the functions, you have now identified the correct wire for that particular circuits function.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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