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My 1999 Silverado has a dealer towing package installed but not the brake control. The truck wiring recepticle has the blue wire running into the wiring harness going to the front of the truck. Any idea where I can find the other end?

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Hello af4lb.

Usually you will find this wire taped up to a harness just behind the underhood fuse panel.
Follow the large harness up from where it goes to the rear under body and it should break out of the harness there. You may have to slide some tape back to see it.
I hope your search goes well.
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