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Towbar wiring for 2015 nissan juke Juke's tail lights and wiring system while preventing feedback from your RV. Wires 2-wire and 3-wire systems to operate as a combined lighting systems. Includes 7-wire to 4-wire Flexo-Coil electrical cord.
Unless I'm mistaken, there is no fuse dedicated to the trailer lights - they're wired directly to the matching truck lights - the running lights & taillights should be wired directly to your truck's taillights.
Check your trailer wiring from the truck plug all the way back. I've seen lots of poor connections in the truck plug, as well as any of those squeeze splices you might have in your trailer. Look also at the ground wiring for your running lights.
I am really not sure what you are asking for, but guessing you need to add a trailer 4 wire plug. The best way is to see if they make a wiring T ! Then you find the wire connector for your tail lights. This T is made to fit between your wire connection! Easiest and best way to wire in trailer wires.
These are the diagrams basically from the headlamp switch going back to the license plate lamps. The main splice after the headlamp switch going back is in the main harness near the warning chime module. If you need a larger picture or the entire outside lighting wiring, feel free to email me at [email protected] with all your vehicle information. Yes it is that simple by just splicing into the main rear light wiring at the brown wire. Hope this is what you were looking for.....
You are aware that you can buy an adapter that will plug in to harness under truck at back and will allow you to plug a 4 prong directly in to it. No cutting or splicing necessary that way. Any RV shop, as well as most auto parts stores now stock them.
With 4 prong and 3 extra, that will give you what you need for 7 prong for towing RV. If your not too experienced in that area, a mechanic at any trailer place, or hitch installation place or who knows RV wiring, should be able to do it for you in about 1/2 hr. or less. Testing the wires from your truck for what they do as in right , left, stop, running/taillights, etc is about the hardest part, and the 7 prong usually comes with what terminal does what.
dO NOT SPLICE WIRES.. You bought a 45000 dollar truck, spring for a wiring T --25 bucks.. ( plugs between main harness and Tail lights.. ) --Available at most good auto parts.. Painless wiring also has a kit.
If you did already cut or splice into your wires, take that **** loose.. Shrink wrap the dammage.. Silicone over srink wrap.. Wire will corrode.. if you did manage to get spliced wires to work,-- in a few years or sooner you will have issues with the connections..Can you say short circuit.. Moisture and loose connections are a thing of the past with sealed tap in wiring.. Plug and play..
If any of this is over your head, get a friend who knows, or a tech to help.. Don't jerry rig a 45,000 dollar new Truck.. Come ON..!!!!!