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Hooking up trailer lights

I hook everything and all wires are hot but trailer lights wont work. What am I doing wrong? Thanks Karl

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Are you checking your lighting with the trailer hooked up? This is the trailer's ground source. The white wire on both sides of the plug is the ground wire. Grounds are very important, Make sure they good and clean.

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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