Why Would a Trailer Wiring Harness Not Have Power at the Connector
how can i get power to the harness
asked by: Ronnie
If you have a # 118325 installed on your Ford Ranger and it does not have power ran to it then your truck's taillights would also not be working. That would typically indicate a blown fuse under the hood of the truck.
If you have a different style of trailer wiring harness most likely you have a blown trailer wiring fuse.
I attached a help article on troubleshooting trailer wiring harnesses for you to check out as well.
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