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Old 05-21-2020, 03:41 PM   #1
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06 Ambassador left turn signal

Anybody out there had this problem, the left turn/brake light is not
working on the toad, appears there is no power into the rear trailer outlet,
was working fine when I put it away for the winter and have not driven
more than 20 miles solo since. is it possible that this one circuit is fused ?
or am I into tracing the 'yellow' wire back thru the harness looking for a
break ?
any suggestions welcome
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Mine are fused on my 08 Endeavor. There is a fuse and relay panel in the right rear compartment of mine. Follow the socket back just a couple of feet to see if there is a plug that might need some cleaning exercises.

I would be looking for a fuse or relay before trying to take the socket apart just because a fuse would be easier. However a good PM would be to open it up for inspection and tightening of the wires if needed.
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Thanks for the info, I do see the socket which is very awkward to get to. Its only the trailer out that is giving trouble, the coach left turn/stop works normally so the socket could be the issue. will check the right rear compartment, but most of my fuses are located in the compartment directly under the driver's seat.
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