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Guess I am going to have to take the truck to the dealer cause it keeps telling me that there is a wiring problem with the trailer wiring but there is no trailer hooked up to it? I hope that this is nto a big issue?

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My dads 6.4 has the same problem but he hasnt taken it in yet.. I wonder what it is?

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unplug the connector behind the 7 wire plug and check for corrosion . thats hat uselly causes that .

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Hi i'm new to this and trying to find out some info on my truck. could ya help me out?
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unplug the connector behind the 7 wire plug and check for corrosion . thats hat uselly causes that .
Hi i'm new to this and trying to find out some info on my truck. could ya help me out?
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