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use a test meter to locate the cars wiring thats the easy part and make sure the ground or earth connection has more than one connection ,use the towbat bolt fittings and the back light cluster earth ,Also make sure that the laws in your country allow you to fit it yourself as all europeon states now require this work to be carried out only by a certified garage with the vehicle presented to a inspection station with the certificate of conformity and homoglonation for the hitch and the certificate of fiting signed and stamped by a auto electrician and the garage that fitted it ,as you are not allowed to fit this sort of thing yourself then it has to be added to the vehicles paperwork at the inspection station where the vehicle has to have another yearly inspection as to weither the old one has expired or not .-you have been warned
The controller should have wiring diagrams with it. Also try http://www.etrailer.com/faq-wiring.aspx. The truck should have a harness that plugs into the factory harness under the dash. The harness paperwork will describe where it plugs into and what wires go where along with fuse location. If you don't hav the harness, you can get it from the dealer or the site listed above.