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Old 08-08-2016, 01:38 PM   #15
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I am curious if there will be excessive draw on the truck wiring if you hook that many lights to it circuit?
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One thing I found is that the color code on 7-wire cables is not always per the "standard." You may want to apply a voltmeter to the camper end of the cable and map out which signal shows up where.
Huge thank you. That was my problem. The trailer wires on the 7 plug harness wasn't "standard". After a few minutes with a test light and re-routing the wires, everything now works! Thanks again!
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$100,000 rolling down the road but a couple led bulbs are too expensive?
I looked at the Triton lights and they are sealed and recessed into the trailer therefor making me have to replace the whole light assembly at $25-$30 each X 9 lights. More that I care to spend for only towing double a couple times each year.
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