Note: Your connector choice above will have common wire colors for picture below:
Click here and scroll down to see more data for the above picture:
NOTE: License Plate light will be wired to
Brown wire= same as (side marker lights) AKA (running lights). The white
ground wire should run to a fixed block and all lights having a white wire to
that block for best results. Using frame ground is not recommended see
A Guide to Maintaining Trailer Lights and Wiring. clicky For more on Grounding. Search on Ground~
(Seven way plug will have a different color wire setuP) See above chart ~:thumbsup:
Note these color wires are NOT for a Seven wire plug setup but 4-6 pugs only.
"The brake and signal light work off of the same wire and the other wire is for running lights...and of course a ground...
brown...running/marker lights <& Licenses plate light>
green...right turn/brake light
yellow...left turn/brake light
IF the Tow Vehicle (TV) has separate bulbs for brake and turn and your trailer doesn't, you will need a converter/logic circuit to get them to working proper...another setup, has a separately powered system for the trailer since there is not enough voltage on the regular lights to power the trailer"
External trailer lights are notoriously intermittent or go out, what causes this?
Improper grounding of the white wires for lights are the usual problem.
A Guide to Maintaining Trailer Lights and Wiring.
http://www.geocities.com/Yosemite/2358/ ... s/a08.html
Search on the word "ground" in your browser to
narrow down your point of interest on the above link :
http://tnttt.com/viewto ... 794#186794