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Old 05-13-2012, 07:04 PM
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Need wiring diagram for a Supreme Industries truck box

Supreme Corporation or Supreme Industries made this 16 foot dry van box to go on a two-ton chassis. I'm looking for a wiring diagram or schematic since there are several plugs under the box and numerous wires. All I want to do is get the running lights working and an inside overhead work light some juice.

Many thanks for any advice or a pointer to online information.

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Old 05-15-2012, 12:09 AM
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Welcome to FTE.

Sounds like a job for test light and multimeter and some wire checking. Not sure there is much to the wiring on a body like that, based on what they show on their site. You might contact them if need be:

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Old 05-15-2012, 01:33 AM
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Thanks for the reply. There are more than a dozen wires terminating at connectors at the rear bottom center of the box which just seemed like an excessive number to me, and a pain to sort through in order to find the few I want. The Corporation's website is singularly uninformative, so I'll try calling them and see whether they can send me something.
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Yea, no "tech support" or anything on that site, other than the contact info.

Since they are rear and center, I wonder if they are there for a trailer connection.

Trailer connectors seem to be 7 contact:

7-contact Truck Trailer Connectors

-brakes
-L signal
-R signal
-running lights
-license plate light
-interior light
-ground
-on smaller trailers, electric brakes

OR, does it appear they are the wires going into the box?

---maybe---, I'm no vehicle electrician.
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At least three automotive-type connectors, each with 4 to 6 wires and it was so dirty and dark under there I couldn't tell any colors. None of them appeared to be correctly terminated as if for a trailer.

My old truck hasn't got the original wiring at the back so I've never seen what it should look like.

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