Carefully pull off your dash bezel and set it aside. I have seen these go bad and have brake/signal voltage on the incoming side of the converter ..but not the other side going to the 7 way. Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. I have tried several different trailers and they all have the same problem. http://pagesetter.net/brake-light/brake-lights-not-working-but-tail-lights-are.html
Back to top #13 Draenor Draenor I'm offsetting your carbon credits!!!!! Comment Cancel Post island5278 Cadet Join Date: Apr 2011 Posts: 7 #11 April 13th, 2011, 02:59 PM Re: left turn signal and brake light not working on trailer No. UCanDoIt2 131,590 views 28:42 Boat Trailer Wiring Repaired - Duration: 2:19. Also just as a shot check the bulb in the trailer the bulb should have 2 filaments, one for turn the other for stop, one filament could be burnt out and
I'm stuck... I've spent a lot of time to get this far. click here.Products Referenced in This QuestionAdapter 7-Pole to 4-Pole and 5-Pole 49 reviewsCode: 37385Price:$18.95WiringWiring AdaptersMulti-Function Adapter7 BladePlug Only4 Flat5 FlatHopkinsmore information > Product Page this Question was Asked FromAdapter 7-Pole to Right Turn Signal And Brake Light Not Working On Trailer Put the gear shift back into Park.
If there is not a brake light signal in the connector where the green wire goes into the other side, then the problem is on the vehicle. Trailer Brake Lights Dont Work I will check both fuse compartments again, but I'm almost 100% sure they were all good. Note, the wire casing does not have to be broken, the wire strands could be fractured inside the casing, and to find this all you have to do is pull on Live Bookmark this Post! __________________ 2004 Silverado LB7 D/A CC LB DRW 4x4, Firestone Ride-Rites, Air Lift Compressor, Line-X Bed Liner, Retrax Bed Cover, Backup Cam, Pullrite Super 5th Hitch, Rear
Comment Cancel Post island5278 Cadet Join Date: Apr 2011 Posts: 7 #5 April 12th, 2011, 04:07 PM Re: left turn signal and brake light not working on trailer I suspected the Trailer Brake Lights Not Working 7 Pin Reply With Quote 10-07-2008, 06:55 PM #4 bigred View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date May 2006 Posts 6 Check your fuses. I have seen these go bad and have brake/signal voltage on the incoming side of the converter ..but not the other side going to the 7 way. Make sure that there is no paint or corrosion keeping the light from making a good ground connection.
Also, depending on the truck, you may have a fuse for both sides. 1998 Wellcraft Eclipse 24 Cuddy Volvo Penta Duo-Prop 7.4L "LK" 2006 Sun Tracker Party Barge 21 Mercury 90 Just some advice for trouble shooting. Trailer Brake Lights Not Working On One Side Trying to get a house ready to put on the market. Trailer Running Lights Work But No Brake Lights Most of the time the manufacturers use one of the mounting bolts on the light to ground to the trailer.
Rating is available when the video has been rented. weblink A turn of the bulb fixed this. As you can see, the flasher module is the only thing feeding that line. Comment Cancel Post Previous 1 2 Next iboats Boating Forum Directory Over 100,000 Questions & Answers Outboard Motor Topics Mercury Outboards Johnson Outboards Evinrude Outboards Force Outboards Yamaha Outboards Mariner Outboards Trailer Brake Lights And Turn Signals Not Working
At one point during all of this fun, the behavior changed when I didn't even change anything. One Trailer Brake Light Not Working By shakeytails in forum Around The Farm Replies: 6 Last Post: Mar. 20, 2012, 10:20 PM Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may I have a tilt trailer, it turned out that I was unable to get a ground past the trailer's break point.
Anyone know how to put this all back together? My truck has stock towing package flasher module/tail lights and trailer has 4 LED STT and it blinks properly. If not, then I'm guessing it's the converter. Trailer Lights Not Working On One Side Google Bookmark this Post!
The only tool you need is a 7mm socket to remove the 2 screws for the panel under the steering column. The white wire should connected to a suitable ground. Traded:2012 Silverado LTZ 3500HD CC 4x4 D/A in Graystone metallic. his comment is here PLEASE READ!You must check your email inbox for the confirmation link to complete registration.
QUOTE] shouldn't both sides of fuse be hot, if fuse is good? By g_eliteshowstables in forum Hunter/Jumper Replies: 0 Last Post: Jun. 20, 2013, 05:48 PM Testing breakaway emergency brake on trailer By ToTheNines in forum Around The Farm Replies: 1 Last Post: The solution was to run ground wires from the lights to the front of the trailer. Did you ever have it where all the lighting worked properly?
Thanks for your time and Videos Please help asked by: Dave MExpert Reply:It sounds like you might have a bad ground connection. Did the fuse fix your problem? This is the yellow wire. Edited by bill190, 07 April 2009 - 07:15 AM.
Fuse is good, location of fuse am talking about is inside the cab, by drivers door, on the end of the dash. Thanks for all the replies. Good luck. 2011 GMC 1500 Sierra SLE Extended Cab 4x4 w/ 5.3 V8 & 6-Speed AutomaticSold: 2006 GMC 1500 Sierra SLE Extended-Cab 4x4 w/ 5.3L L33 HO V8 and 4-Speed Automatic.Mods: Post #9 here strange trailer light problem shows the wiring diagram.
If so, check the wiring at the converter (yellow wire)and see if it has 12volts coming out of it. Tilt your steering wheel down. I'm stuck... Vehicle is a 2004 GMC Sierra Thanks in advance.
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