Yes. You need a converter to combine the turn signals with the brake lights.
If the vehicle is equipped with a trailer light plug, the wires for the brake lights and the turn signals have been connected together, which is common, as many trailers do not have separate lights for brakes and turn signals.
The cornering lights are tied in with the turn signals - they'll come on automatically IF the turn signal is used.
yellow left turn,green right turn,brown tail lights,white ground on standard 4 wire system brake lights will work off turn signals.
No, they do not have traditional turn signals but have flashing lights.
There are separate fuses for trailer signal lights in main fuse panel
If the lights come on but do not flash then the turn signal flasher relay is defective.
If the lights come on but do not flash, replace the flasher relay. If they will not come on check the fuses.
because of a flasher switch, located in the fuse panel.
Replace the flasher relay if the lights come on but do not flash.
we are having back brakes problems
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.