You can find a wiring diagram that shows you how to hook up a trailer wiring harness on a 1998 Pontiac Transport at most auto parts stores. A Pontiac repair manual should have the diagram in it.
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The trailer wiring harness diagram and instructions can be obtained from most auto-parts stores. The diagram and instructions can also be found at many travel trailer dealerships.
Hi, In panel driver side, behind wheel (third row seat)
Buy a kit at U-Haul or Wal-Mart comes with instructions
If it doesn't have a trailer plug, it does not have a factory trailer harness.
The trailer harness plug should be located behind the rear license plate holder. Some 1997 Chevrolet Tahoe's were not equipped with the trailer harness plug.
Auto parts stores can sell you a trailer harness that plugs in between your existing truck harness. The electrical connection used is usually located behind the rear bumper on the inside of the left frame. Directions will come with the trailer harness kit.
Just get a wiring harness form e-trailer for about $30 it is easy to install has instructions with it. Wayne
You can find a trailer wiring harness for a Chevrolet in a Haynes repair manual. The manuals are available at most auto parts stores.
Your local auto parts store can sell you a trailer plug harness that plugs into the vehicle's original harness that requires no cutting.
Trailer wiring harness part #118382 - any local Auto Parts Store should care this.
when you buy the harness to wire in, the intructions for correct wiring will be on the harness packaging
Subarus all have a connector for a trailer wiring harness built in. There is a supplemental trailer harness that you purchase from your hitch supplier and it just plugs right in. Instructions are available on-line. This one is for a 2001, but they have been the same for a number of years.
There are about 5 fuses for the trailer harness, Trailer Back up,Trailer left turn, Trailer right turn, Trailer Brake, and Trailer hazards. They are located in the underhood fuse box on the Drivers side of your motor. On my 2003 Silverado, the Trailer left/stop and Trailer right/stop fuses are located in the fuse panel just inside the driver's side door. (Not sure about the trailer brake or hazard fuses.....I wasn't having problems with those :). There is one additional fuse for the trailer harness. The 15A fuse for the trailer running lights is located in the fuse panel under the hood, next to the battery. The fuse is labeled "Trailer Park".
Not all trucks are built with a trailer harness plug. If you can not find one, then your truck does not have one and you need to install one.
Check with your local auto parts store, they can sell you a trailer harness that simply plugs into your existing harness, very easy to do, just follow instructions. The harness should be in the $25 range.
You will find the tail light harness under the back of the vehicle. Unplug the harness and plug in the trailer harness between the two vehicle connectors. The kit should also contain instructions.
under the car,behind spare tire,is the wiring harness with access plug for dodge trailer harness (optional) my came with 2012 journey
Your local auto parts store can sell you a trailer wire harness for that vehicle that simply plugs in to the original harness and it is weather tight. It installs in minutes.
Truck and trailer.
Yes, on a 2001 Tacoma it was a blown 5 amp fuse in the separate harness dedicated to the trailer lights. I did not realize Toyota Tacoma's came with a separate harness and fuse block just for the trailer lights/harness (this is separate from the under dash (#1) and under hood (#2). On a 2001 Tacoma , it located underneath the driver's side rear jump seat next to the factory tire jack.
Check with the dealer/auto parts supplier. Some vehicles have premade trailer connectors that will plug into the existing harness with no cutting or modifications needed. If not then you can buy the trailer harness kit and the wiring diagram usually in the package. With the help of a test light you can figure it out. Make sure you seal the connections properly as they will lead to electrical problems down the road if done poorly. Buy a length of heat shrink tube and proper connectors and do it right to save yourself some grief.
If you have a trailer wiring harness it probably has a short in it and is back feeding the circuit when the brakes are applied remove and replace the trailer harness and this should fix the problem.
You need to buy an adapter harness. Do not cut into your wiring harness.