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Old 05-26-2021, 07:19 PM   #1
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Trailer lights

Greetings all, I have a 2009 Titan, I routinely pull a utility trailer with it. The lights on the trailer stopped working. I replaced the wiring and the lights on the trailer, still not working. I checked 2 fuses in the truck, one was a ten amp labeled trailer tow (located in the larger fuse box) and the other was a 15amp fuse labeled TTow turn (located in the smaller fuse box just forward of the larger fuse box). Both fuses are good but still no lights. I will hook the trailer to a friends truck to check and see if the lights work, but I donít think thatís it. Does anyone know anything else I should check or have any ideas. Thank you, Eric
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Re: Trailer lights

I'd first check if you have voltage at the harness plug. Then I'd verify good ground.
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I'd first check if you have voltage at the harness plug. Then I'd verify good ground.
Thanks, a couple of other people I talked to said to check the ground as well. I appreciate you taking the time to reply.
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I'd first check if you have voltage at the harness plug. Then I'd verify good ground.
It was the ground, there was not enough bare metal, a little sandpaper and some elbow greaseÖ..Lights!
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