I NEED A DIAGRAM THAT SHOWS ALL REQUIRED PARTS ON A TRACTOR AND TRAILER FOR TEST PURPOSES THAT SHOW'S ACTUAL PART WITH PICTURES.AND THE NAME OF PART IE PITMAN ARM AND LOCATION OF WHERE THE PARTS ARE LOCATED.
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There are a number of different methods of wiring a vehicle for towing depending on what is required.
Your vehicle probably uses a CAN-bus system and great care must be used when wiring for towing unless a genuine Nissan wiring harness is used. What fuses used and where they might be is something I am unable to comment about.
Wiring for towing and the wiring and lighting of trailers, campers, caravans are notoriously unreliable and short-lived unless completed to a very high standard and superior materials are used. When there is a fault it could be caused by either and it is important to suspect both and test both independently.
The first step should be to eliminate the camper, trailer or caravan as a possible cause by either plugging it in to another vehicle or using a substitution or testing box or device.
I have such a box that is invaluable to people who tow. It allows me to test the vehicle wiring and the trailer wiring.
Alternatively you could try plugging a known good trailer onto your vehicle for test purposes. It it is decided the vehicle is at fault it usually pays to examine the inside of the socket first to check for corrosion. I recently encountered a socket that was full of water and so badly corroded a couple of feet of the wiring had to be replaced. - and it had happened in only a year...
the road transport authority in you part of the world
DIY trailer build kits paper work and blue prints /drawings
apply for a vin number for the trailer
and finished trailer must be inspected so
that trailer you build meets road register-able requirements
if you want to fit the tow bar your self you should be aware that by fitting a tow bar it is a modification to the vehicle and requires a certified plate attached to the vehicle to cover insurance requirements and road worthy inspections
next most purpose built tow bars sold by auto shops will pick up existing holes in the sub frame mand you can get a harness that piggy backs onto lights on one side for the trailer
Best talk with a tow bar retailer/ fitter as they can certify the bar and the fitment and have a harness in stock
Unfortunately this model has separate filaments for the stop and turn signals. You will need to use an adapter relay to hookup a standard trailer plug or you will need a trailer that also uses this wiring setup. The first diagram below indicates there my be a trailer adapter for the turn signals at the base of the steering column. The wire colors at the bulbs are as follows: tail/running lights: brown stop: light green left turn: light green/white stripe right turn: white/light blue stripe back up: black/pink stripe ground: black
how do you know that the battery is good? have you checked the battery and the charger with a multimeter to make sure that it is showing at least 12 volts, if they are here is a link to the owners manual and that has a schematic of the vehicle in it http://us.pegperego.com/admin/archive/manuals/Turf_english.pdf
These diagrams should help to assist you, and a test light should be used to verify each wire from the vehicle wiring harness. The vehicle should have a stock wire connector for installing a trailer wire connector like the one that is in the image and the link below and it will not require tapping into the vehicle wiring harness. Let me know if you require any further assistance.
Hi, Late 2007 and up Raiders have the tow harness turned off in the FCM (front control module) configuration from the factory. For this reason, you will have tail lights, but brake/turns (require module to activate) will be disabled.
In order to crrect this, you need a factory scantool, so a trip to the dealer is required. The good news is they should NOT charge you anything for this service.
There is even a bulletin out to address this situation, the contents follow:
PURPOSE On some affected vehicles, trailer tow lights may not function due to an improperly configured Front Control Module (FCM). This Technical Service Bulletin advises dealers to reconfigure the FCM to enable the left and right trailer tow relay outputs. Dealers should apply these instructions to affected vehicles in their inventory. Dealers should also address any sold vehicles when they return to the dealership for routine service or repairs. PARTS INFORMATION No parts are required. WARRANTY INFORMATION Dealers should apply this Technical Service Bulletin to affected vehicles in their new and used vehicle inventories. If an affected vehicle is observed with the described condition, confirm that this procedure has not previously been performed, repair as described and submit a normal warranty claim using the following information. Configure Trailer Tow Relay Outputs in FCM Nature Code: 59Z Cause Code: 605 Labor Operation No.: 08H20182 Time Allowance: 0.2 hr. Warranty Coverage: Basic Coverage - Refer to the Superscreen. Special Warranty Information: Normal warranty procedures apply.