Question about Honda Element
This sounds like a fuse poped. unhook the trailer wiring for the lights, replace the rear tail lights fuse, and then check the lights on the truck they should be working. the problem will be with the wiring to the trailer lights, you will need to check the wiring and all light to make sure the wiring is not grounding out due to bad wiring, the most common problem is the metal is touching one of the power wire from the lights, the wire coating wears from rubbing against the frame or the hole made to hook light up, also check for bad sockets if no bad wiring is found. good day.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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