Question about 2006 GMC Canyon
I have wired on a pig tail for pulling a pop up trailer. I went to the rear of the truck and fould the cluster of wiring before it breaks and goes to each rear light section. I color coded the wiring for yellow as left bliker, green as right blinker and brwon as tail lights. Nothing seems to work right and I can't figure it out.
Please help, David
Yes the converter fixed my problem on the tail light wiring. its beacause the stop lights and blinkers are 2 differrent bulbs.
Posted on May 18, 2009
Get yourself a cheap test light, then turn on left turn signal , test light will blink on the wire coming back , and attach to the left turn on trailer, next repeat for the right turn signal, attach this wire to same on trailer, the other one is tail lights, hook it up and you will be good to go. The brake lights will naturally come out the turn signal wires.
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