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Old 06-12-2019, 03:55 PM   #1
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7 pin connector / loss of power

Lost all power to the 7 pin connector.... I see a series of fuses for each leg of the connector But.... is there a singular fuse that would cut power to all of the connector. I have a F53! Ford chassis under a 2013 Canyon Star. Any ideas???
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On our ‘15 CS we had a problem with a connection to our dolly that blew a fuse in the box under the dash on the drivers sidewall. That fuse wasn’t labeled of course - there were some labeled for each of the normal functions.
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On our ‘15 CS we had a problem with a connection to our dolly that blew a fuse in the box under the dash on the drivers sidewall. That fuse wasn’t labeled of course - there were some labeled for each of the normal functions.


I should add that the single fuse that blew was affecting all lighting functions.
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According to what I know about the F-53 chassis, the answer to your question is "No."

According to this document (page 21), there are fuses for:

Electric Brake Power PDB #13 30A
Trailer Backup Lamp F/P #34 10A
Trailer LH Turn/Stop Lamp F/P #22 20A
Trailer RH Turn/Stop Lamp F/P #22 20A
Trailer Running/Park Lamps PDB #15 20A

With a voltmeter or test light, you can test the individual fuse sockets and see if they have 12V on them when they are supposed to.

If there are no signals on any pins at the hitch connector, I'd expect the hitch connector is disconnected from the wiring upstream.
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The other thing that all of those connections in the plug have in common is the ground connection. Is it still good?
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The other thing that all of those connections in the plug have in common is the ground connection.
Nice catch. I thought of that, but forgot to mention it in my post.
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Had the same problem........

Changed Fuse #22 under dash and it fixed the problem
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