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Tow bar wiring

Fitted tow bar and electrics but one indicator is not working on caravan,i have checked the bulb and all connections can you help

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Hi! first check the plug on the van,the socket on the car, then the little blue push connectors the fitters use,last but not least the lamp tabs on the lamp holder!

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