Question about 2004 Ford F150
Posted by Anonymous on
Not sure which part you mean no power.
For the New Body style 2004 ( not a Heritage or Lightning model )
If both Stop / Turn pins & the parking lamps, might want to check the ground pin to make sure it is good ( or what you are using for ground on the test light / meter ).
The trailer tow parking lamp circuit is fuse #10 to the parking lamp relay
The stop / turn circuits also have fuses on each one, Fuse #36 & Fuse # 42 ( R & L ).
The 7 pin has fuses for the battery charge pin ( hot in run position ) and the reverse circuit ( hot in run & when in reverse ), Reverse is also fuse # 10 to the trailer tow reversing lamp relay & the battery charge pin is fuse # 106 to the trailer tow battery charge relay.
Could be all the fuses are blown, or what you are using for ground on the meter / test light is not a good ground.
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