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post #1 of 8 Old 06-03-2007, 05:33 PM Thread Starter
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Trailer lights

I hooked up to an enclosed trailer this weekend and the light only worked somewhat. If I turned on my lights the trailer lights would come on but no turn signals or brake lights. This trailer was hooked up to another truck the other day and they said it worked fine. The brakes worked just fine on it but like I said no turn signals or brake lights. Any one have any suggestions for me on where to start?
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post #2 of 8 Old 06-03-2007, 05:40 PM
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could have a blown fuse. I know the newer models have a seperat circut for trailer run lights and turn/brake lights.

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I would check the fuse. The turn and brake lights are on the same circuit. Check the owners manual for location. Should be your fuse block under the hood. good luck.
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Check your plug. Might have corroded connectors. Use a test light and see if your plug is working.

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Check the fuses i bet one under the hood for the trailer lights is blown

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i had this happen it was fuses under the hood and one in in cab
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Connections
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Like stated by Betaracer, check for corrosion and check the grounds. A bad ground will cause all kinds of problems.

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