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I have a seven blade trailer connection bought after market. When hooking up to the trailer I am suppose to pull, the lights don't come on. In the relay box in the engine compartment there is a label for Trailer tow No.1 and Trailer Tow No. 2, are these relays available or do I have another problem?

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Are you saying the relays are not there? if not you need to purchase those relays

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