07 sierra 2500 truck w trailer camper package you are not getting 12 volts to the camper cable even when the lights are on and the trailer tow switch is on How do you get power to the camper?
Gmc wants dealers to hook up wire- factory does not do this.
1 Make sure you read the manual for fuse number and location 40amp, and that the fuse is installed (It should be).
2 A stud for the power wire is located directly in front of the fuse box under the hood in line with the fuse for the trailer power. (If you pull the fuse you will see the tab move when you touch the connector on the stud.)
3 under the master cylinder or in that area you should see a Red wire wrapped and taped to part of another wire harness. Pull off tape and extend the wire and connect to the stud. (Nut not supplied - Fine thread)
4 Power to trailer should be good to go.
There are no extra fuses for your trailer lights. If you have the towing package (and you do) the trailer lights run through your regular fuses (tail, brake, turn). Read More
Plug in the trailer harness into the 7 pin hookup next to the receive hitch if you have a stock towing package. Read More
That would be a part of the tow package. If it has the tow package the trailer plug would be near the hitch and quite visible. Read More
Sure. You will need a hitch installed on your Outback and a wiring harness installed to power the brake and running lights on the camper. Take a look in your owner's manual for the maximum trailer and tongue weight. --Ken Read More
I have the same problem with my 06 Liberty. I think it has something to do with the trailer towing package as the problem did not occur until I noticed the lights stop working completely on my trailer. Read More
Many vehicle manufactures fuse the trailer connection separately from the vehicle's systems. This is to prevent the vehicle from losing it's lights due to a problem with the trailer's lighting. Look in the owner's manual or look online for a fuse placement diagram. The fuse may be marked "trailer." Read More
Why does your left side trailer blinkerbrake light not work on your Avalanche The right side trailer lights work fine as do all lights on the truck itself work fine. There's no 12v at the 7-prong.?
If the Avalanche came with the factory trailering package, the trailer lights are separately fused from the other truck lights. Check your fuse panel layout for a 10-amp fuse for left side and a separate fuse for right side turn signal/brake light on the trailer. Read More
Lights are required on every trailer Read More
Why won't the brake lights on a trailer work after hooking it up to my 97 Ford Expedition with a tow package?
If the blinkers work then your taillight wiring is bad. Read More
Commercial kits are available that just plug in. Check with a local auto parts retailer or a camper/rv trailer retailer. The kits are great and the whole job can be completed in about a minute. Read More
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You do not have the trailer lights connected properly. Read More
Lights are required on a boat trailer to proven those from behind running into your boat trailer. This is especially important at dark where it is difficult to see an unlit trailer. Read More
Two lights from the front two at the back. i wish i could change that but there you go Read More
There are separate fuses for trailer signal lights in main fuse panel Read More
It is for the trailer running lights. Read More
Why don't the clearance lights on the trailer work when connected to the trailer harness all other lights on the trailer work?
Check your fuses and look for a dead-short on the tail light wire (probably brown). Read More
check for power at the trailer connector. Read More
Hitch the trailer. Connect the lights. Start your car or truck. Turn the turn signal on. Get out and go behind the trailer. See if they blink. Repeat for the other side. Read More
Tail lights and brake lights fuse. Read More
When my running lights are working on my trailer my turn signal lights and brake lights don't work but if running lights are off turn signal and brake lights work?
I would check the running lights for one with a short. I had the same sort of thing with my trailer and I spent way to much time troubleshooting the brake and signal wires. Turns out a running light bulb connector was grounding out on the trailer and messing it all up. Read More
Play as Protoss. Read More
You have a poor or no ground between the vehicle and trailer. Read More
Where is the fuse box for all the camper stuff fridge lights 110v stuff in a 1974 Chevy M30 campervan?
The fuse box for all the camper stuff fridge lights 110v stuff in a 1974 Chevy M30 campervan is found in the 2610-rv-refrigerator. Read More
There are the wires that control the lights on the truck. And there are the wires that go to the trailer tow package. Left turn & stop on the tow pack wires - yellow Right turn & stop on the tow pack wires - green Left turn & stop for vehicle lights - green with a orange stripe Right turn & stop for vehicle lights - orange with a blue stripe There is a secondary… Read More
5 to 10 percent when are lights required to be istalled on a trailer Read More
Lights are always required to be installed on a boat trailer. This is so no one runs into the back of the trailer, especially at night. Read More
The trailer plug in the Jeep may be wired wrong. Make sure the tail light plug is connected to the jeep taillight circuit. Some trailer plugs include a "hot" wire that allows the trailer to run a few accessories. Your trailer tail lights may be connected to that circuit. Read More
Tail and dash lights out. Where do you find the fuse for them on a 1997 Toyota 4 Runner Could this be related to boat trailer lights going under water?
Check the four fuses that are behind the seat that support the boat trailer lights. Read More
Why do the trailer blinker lights both blink when tail lights are on blinkers do not work when tail lights are off?
Check for a bad ground Read More
Yes, just like you would anywhere else. Read More
Do I need a modulator for a trailer hitch on your 1993 Subaru Legacy in wagon in order for the trailer lights to work?
Yes. You need a converter to combine the turn signals with the brake lights. Read More
They are lights that go on your trailer to show your turn signal and brake lights. Reese Hitches has all of the top brands if you're in the market for some: http://www.reesehitches.com/product_categories/trailer_lights Read More
Why is my 02 Blazer stalling out when I start it also panel lights dim and fuses blow and trailer lights to not blink as they should when towing a trailer and interior lights dim randomly?
Check your alternator it could be malfunctioning. Sometimes it gives you warnings like this. Read More
The trailer lights don't work when the cars park lights are on but the wiring in the trailer is ok and the trailer uses a 7 pin plug and the cars trailer plug is wired to the left tail indicator light?
check the ground wire on the trailer. if it is corroded at all they may not work. take a file to where the ground wire is hooked up to make sure it is on bare metal Read More
with wires Read More
Check for ground (most cases bad ground is the problem) Check for power getting to light sockets Check the bulbs Read More
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Taillights not working on 1993 dodge Dakota but brake lights and turn signals do work what's the problem?
The bulbs should be checked on a 1993 Dodge Dakota if the taillights are not working. The plugs on the trailer package should also be checked to make sure that they are working. Read More
short circuit on trailer light wiring Read More
Where is your issue when all the boat trailer lights work when they are hanging but when you touch the bolts on the light to the trailer they get stuck on?
poor ground wire Read More
Usually if no trailer package is factory installed then you connect the trailer wiring to the reverse, brake, turn signal and rear lights by splicing into the rear wires for the vehicle's rear lamps wiring. You will have to find them by usually going under the vehicle or find where they run inside the vehicle. Sometimes if you pull out the rear lamp assembly it will give you an idea where the wiring is run… Read More
check the fuse in the underhood fuse box. There are separate fuses for the trailer turn circuits and tail lights. If the fuse is burnt, replace and reconnect the trailer. If the fuse blows again, check the trailer wiring for a short on the park light wire. Read More
What is the problem if all tail lights brake lights and turn signals work on a 1999 Ford pickup and the tail lights on the horse trailer don't work?
I would first check the grounding between the truck and the trailer. If the ground is good then bulbs would be the next thing to check. Read More