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help trailer lights

hi everyone im new on here
im back into a ford and i have a problem
i have a 06 f350 diesel king ranch cc drw
a 7 pin flat
my running lights work on trailer but my turn signals dont work the truck lights all work.
any ideas
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hi everyone im new on here
im back into a ford and i have a problem
i have a 06 f350 diesel king ranch cc drw
a 7 pin flat
my running lights work on trailer but my turn signals dont work the truck lights all work.
any ideas
Check all the fuses under the hood. There are seperate fuses for turn signals.

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thanks guys will do
i will let you now how i make out
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You might try some corrosion block or some sort of lubricating spray in the socket before you connect them together. Its what we do when we tow the boat on the F150 when we have issues getting everything to light up becuase we know its not a fuse or anything and its sporatic.

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thanks problem resolved just overlooked a amp fuse thanks guys
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thanks problem resolved just overlooked a amp fuse thanks guys
Good deal, glad it was an easy fix

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thanks problem resolved just overlooked a amp fuse thanks guys
Which fuse was it?

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