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Hooking up Trailer lights

I have a 2000 Grand Caravan. I have already installed a Reese hitch and receiver. Where do I find a place to hook up the trailer lights?

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    i need to know how to hook up trailer lights on my 200 grand caravan

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There should be a tail light connection behind the left light assembly, where the harness adapter plugs in.

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