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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
does it have a fuse or is it connected directly to the wiring for the vehicle ??was it factory fitted or fitted afterwards
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
First, get out the ol' volt ohmmeter. Check the bulbs for continuity, check the sockets for power and good ground. check fuses. check the switch, check relays. Your vehicle does not have any"mysterious"modules...power needs to get to the switch, then through the wiring to the bulbs. armed with your meter and perhaps a test-light, you can easily trace both ways from the switch to the power source and the bulbs. Only thing you need is time and a bit of patience.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Review this information and links:
- Trailer 4 Way System Diagram
- Accesories and Instructions
1.) Determine a suitable location for mounting the circuit protected converter in an out of the way spot near the left tail lights in the trunk or on the frame rail, if mounted under the towing vehicle.
2.) Ground the white ground wire by placing the ring terminal under an existing screw attached to a clean metal surface or by drilling another 3/32" hole and using one of the self tapping screws provided.
3.) Disconnect the tow vehicle's negative (-) battery cable.
4.) Cut the in-line fuse holder loop wiring.
5.) Using a ring terminal (3/8 inch for top terminal or 1/2 inch for side terminal), attach an in-line fuse holder (with fuse removed) to the positive (+) terminal of the battery.
6.) Route black 12 gauge wire from the fuse holder to the converter passing under or through the vehicle.
Note: When passing the wire through sheet metal always go through an existing grommet, add a grommet or use silicone rubber to insulate the wire from the hole.
7.) Attach 12 gauge wire to the fuse holder with the yellow **** connector.
8.) Reconnect the tow vehicle (-) negative battery cable. Note: See tow vehicle owners manual for any special battery reconnection and instructions.
9.) Determine if the towing vehicle has a 2 wire or 3 wire system.
2 Wire System
3 Wire System
11.) Route the units green right turn wire to the right side of the vehicle. Determine which wire is the right turn circuit and attach the green wire to it with a wire tap.
12.) Install the fuse into fuse holder and test the installation with a circuit light or trailer.
13.) Secure all loose wiring with cable ties.
With the ground wire connected and all of the other circuits attached, attach the ground lead of a circuit tester to the exposed ground terminal of the 4-flat end. Activate the tow vehicle left turn, right turn, tail and stop lights one at a time. Probe the three receptacles of the 4-flat end to confirm proper functions. If testing with a trailer, make the proper connections and do the same test as the circuit tester using the trailer lights. If a function on the trailer lights does not work properly, disconnect the trailer lights, turn functions on vehicle off and recheck function with the unit with a circuit tester. Then check the trailer wiring for potential circuit problems.
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Posted on Oct 13, 2009
You will have to take the door panel off. Roll the window down/up about 1/2 way. Look at the channel were the bottom of the glass sits. There are most likely a couple of screws, 1 near each end. Loosen them up and remove the glass by holding on to it while lowering the assembly all the way (crank it down. Tilt one end up and lower the other. Glass should come out of the track. Reverse to replace the new glass.
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
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