Okay, so my 7 prong connector in the bed of my truck broke and I had to replace it. I spent the 8 bucks, got a new one and installed it. However, all the lights work fine with the exception of the right turn signal on the 5vr. It stays on solid, even with my lights of and just plugging it in it comes on. Since it is at "full bright" turn signal does not function, it is like someone is standing on the brake. All of the the other lights to include the TV work just fine. I figured that I may have made a mistake but the test light showed the same results when I tore it apart again. To top it off, (one more test)the factory installed 7 prong on the bumper is doing the same thing now. Any ideas?
2011 Jayco Eagle 365BHS
2007 Chevy Silverado CC/SB 2500HD, Max & Alli
Beautiful Wife of only 17 Years
Boy - 15yrs, thinks he's 20
Boy - 8yrs
goto etrailer.com and read up on their install procedures for the 7-way connctions. might give you a clue. They also list the color codes for the wiring.
Its real easy to replace the whole cord on the trailer side as it all terminates in a electrical box just under the front frame and the wiring is color-for-color for re-connecting the new cable.
replacing the connector of the truck side would be more difficult I guess. You must have a wire switched or bridged a couple of pins etc...
etrailer.com will at least tell you what pins go to what light....
etrailer also sells a plug-in adapter that has led lights on it to help you with troubleshooting lights.
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