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2005 dodge no left brake light in trailer plg

No left brake light in trailer plu

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  • Anonymous Oct 27, 2008

    easy fix guys under the hood in fuse panel their are a set of fuses they are for trailer only wireing read them one is burnt dodge did do good idea their save on the uderdash fuses
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If this is an aftermarket plug follow the circuit ond make sure it is making good contact where ataches to factoty wires

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Hi Charlie

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