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The fuse under the hood is good, I even changed it. The trailer is good!!!! Put it on the other truck. there is nothing to the Seven pin. Might be the ground. I will check it in the am. There might be more fuses I don't know about. Just like I found on another truck. Any help Please.

I hate to tow without lights. It is legal to do during the day in NC, I feel it's very RUDE. You can see the brake lights of the truck but not the turn signals. :confused

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Who installed the trailer wiring package on your truck, is it factory, does it have a back up power supply which is required on a Rover???
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Meanwhile,

Get a automotive 12v tester and another warm body to pump the brakes and do the turn signals. Maybe you popped the return ground. Check it against the chassis.

Good luck.
 

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Same thing happens to my trailer from time to time. What I discovered was that after a few trips along dirt tracks dust gets into the plug and creates a bag connection.
 
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