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Old 01-07-2013, 01:54 PM
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Trailer wiring colors stock from truck side??

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I have some wires that I need to identify from the stock trailer harness that all had been cut by the previous owner. Some have wire nuts on them. I would like to wire in a 7 pin connector. I can always use an adapter to go to a 6 pin if needed. I already have a 4 pin connector that utilizes the brake/running/reverse light plug. It plugs into each plug OEM style and has a beautiful 4 pin connector that comes out of it. The white wire for that connector has a ring terminal connector that is connected to ground because its ground is not on that harness. I am cleaning up the hack job that used to be a old 4 pin connector and an old 6 pin connector. Please identify the following wires so I can make a good 7 pin connection and or good use of these wires.
The tailer wires were all cut off except for the red wire from the old 6 pin connector. It was connected to the small brown w/white stripe wire on the stock harness. The wires from the stock trailer harness are taped into a separate bundle from the standard truck brake/running/reverse lighting bundle. Three of the wires are much larger guage than the other 4 wires. I will capitalize the LARGER ONES to set them apart. Please Advise and thank you for helping.

BLUE

ORANGE

WHITE

brown w/white stripe

black w/light green stripe

yellow

dark green
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WHITE is ground on pin #1
Black/Light Green is trailer back-up lights on center pin (not used very often)
ORANGE is trailer battery charge on pin #4
BLUE is trailer brake controller current on pin #2
Yellow is left turn on pin #5
dark green is right turn on pin #6
Brown/White is running lights on pin #3
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Thank you. I am going to find a 7 pin connector tomorrow to wire this up.
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