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On a toyota 2007 fj crousior for the trailer lights, it already has a electrical harness that is at back bumper what do i have to do to be able to hook up trail stop lights

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  • armylifer Apr 05, 2011

    Does your trailer already have lights installed on it, or is it a fresh install?

    Does the trailer have lights installed but have a missing plug to the vehicle?

    Is it a round plug or a flat 4 pronged adapter on your vehicle?

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We have a page on our site where the is a trailer lights wiring diagram there.

Hope it helps.

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