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I have a 96 ford explorer that I need to wire up for trailer, how do I do that

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Wire the brake lite to your rear barke lites on the truck and the tail lites to the tail lite wire, they should be color coated, just match up colores, Just make sure you wire the left and rt. apart. good luck on it.

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