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Old 07-19-2013, 07:11 PM   #1
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electric trailer braking

i am trying to figure out what is going on wihile towing my 5th on 2 trips have gotten a trailer wiring falt message on my truck dash truck is 2009 f250 with itergrated brake controler on the last trip the lights seamed ok but at the start when i applyed the trailer breaks with the knob on the dash the brakes applyed but were pulcating and the shortly after the trailer wiring falt message came on. i am wondering how the brake ckt is protected is it a fuze or an auto reset breaker? and what does wiring falt indicate short?open? cross wiring connection? thanks for your help in advance

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Old 07-19-2013, 07:47 PM   #2
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Everyone that has the build in trailer brake controler on their Ford get the fault codes all the time. It is usually moisture. They don't bother with it it just a nuisance.
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