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Old 08-05-2022, 07:26 PM   #1
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No connection to trailer plug

On 2005 Discovery have a trailer plug with no turn signals, brake lights, or trailer lights to the trailer plug. All work on the coach but getting no connection to the trailer plug. I assume there is a fuse somewhere that controls the connection to the trailer plug but can't find it. Any suggestions!!
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On 2005 Discovery have a trailer plug with no turn signals, brake lights, or trailer lights to the trailer plug. All work on the coach but getting no connection to the trailer plug. I assume there is a fuse somewhere that controls the connection to the trailer plug but can't find it. Any suggestions!!
My 2007 Diesel Bounder had fuse and relay box in the right rear compartment. The turn signals had relays for right and left and a relay for brakes.They also had the fuses in same box. The relays isolate the trailer electric system form the coach. This way a short in you trailer will not cause your coach to lose its lights. Hope this helps. Safe Travels
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On my 2006 Discovery the fuse box for the trailer plug is in the right rear compartment where the spare tire should be located. They are in a black box with all the wires going in. Turn on your turn signal and listen for the clicking to help you find it.
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On 2005 Discovery have a trailer plug with no turn signals, brake lights, or trailer lights to the trailer plug. All work on the coach but getting no connection to the trailer plug. I assume there is a fuse somewhere that controls the connection to the trailer plug but can't find it. Any suggestions!!


As others have said about fuses and make sure receptical is not corroded.
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Old 08-12-2022, 07:48 PM   #5
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My 2008 connections are in an Arins box, right rear compartment.
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