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2004 FLHTCUI ULTRA CLASSIC..TRYING TO WIRE UP FOR TRAILER..SHORTED WIRES NOW NO BRAKE LIGHTS OR TURN SIGNALS, SPEEDO OR TACH. TSM???

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Chk backwards to your turn signal control unit. The brake lights and rurn signals are routed in a way that would affect each other.Is this a four wire or?Chk fuses 1st. Good Luck- -Ned- A good grd is important.

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