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Old 07-01-2011, 04:59   #1 (permalink)
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WIRE HELP

2005 f250

7 wire plug is giving me headaches. everything was working fine pulling trailer with breaks.
no longer have turn signals to the trailer. I've tested that i have power at the back of truck from 2 wires: power wire (red) and running light wire (brown). I believe my problem is related to the brown running light wire. I have power to these 2 wires no matter what signal, 4 way flasher or break function I use.
All fuses are fine, however there is a newer wire connection running from back of light control in truck to a fuse (i assume its jumping power from a vacant fuse)

All wires appear fine, no cuts, nicks

Any help would be great.

mark, mdm

94' f450
99' e450
03' f650
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