Question about 2006 GMC Sierra
I have a boat trailer hooked to a 2006 gmc sierra with no power; suspect a bad fuse. have looked on the side pannel fuse block and all look ok, is there a specific fuse for the running lights?
This is a known issue and to my knowledge there was even a recall order to correct this fault. It would seem the the wiring harness itself is the reason. You may want to reference these pages here and/or here.
Should you however prefer to perform a DIY, then you would need a DVM to check for voltages. This page shows the possible wiring scheme used by most manufacturers for trailer configuration.
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