We just purchased a 2003 5th wheel carriage cameo........
The rear running lights are out as well as the upper rear lights...
Brake lights are fine as well as the turning lights....
I was wondering is this can be a fuse since it's just not one light...
I checked the breaker box which all is on.....
PS..i did not check the fuses yet but I know there are some in the front section of the coach,would these be all of them or are ther more elsewhere??
Thanks in advance
Montana 2008 Mountaineer travel trailer 32FLD
2006 Ford F350 PSD, Lariat, CC, LB, SRW and Blue ox sway control
Your running lights do not go through the trailer fuse box.
All those lights are fed from the tail light connection in your 7-pin, which has separate circuits for running and brake/turn lights.
Sounds more like the fuse in your truck needs looking at. Most trucks have separate fuses for towing from those that protect the truck lights. So the truck lights could be working, but no feed to the trailer.
With the truck lights turned on you might start by checking for volts at the 7-pin receptacle on the truck. That would be pin #3 with a brown wire in most cases.
If there is no power there, you need to find the trailer circuit fuses, most likely under the hood.
If there are 12 volts at the pin, then you have a wiring break in the trailer. (or, very unlikely, all the bulbs are blown)
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2005 GMC Sierra 2500HD CC/SB/DA 2WD, LBZ air cleaner, 52 gal Titan tank, Bilsteins, Line-X, Westin steps, Prodigy, Retrax cover, 16K Superglide, 5th-Airborne pin-box, Multi-vex mirrors, TST TPMS.
X2 on checking truck fuses. I had to work on mine this weekend for no rt blinker and brake light. Fuses in turck were labled trl...
I also have a junction box on the pin box, were you can get to the wiring to test power.