How come you haven't registered? Your blinker wont blink if you step on the brake. Attach the trailer harness wiring to the trailer. It's not a bad idea to double check the fuse operation using your voltage test light or multi-meter. I'm using an original early turn signal switch 6 wires, see picture , an original brake switch and original tail lights. Each one worked for some source. Mine does not have a wire for the brake in the turn signal unit.
I rarely drive this pickup maybe twice a month But it was noticed a few weeks ago. If your vehicle has a stock steering column or one equipped with turn signal mechanisms then you simply follow the wiring diagrams making the connections to the turn signal connector and other switches. Improper wiring can lead to blown fuses, and in extreme cases, overheating of wires which can result in a fire in your vehicle. All of the electronic circuitry that makes the system function is contained within this small module that mounts under the dash near the fuse panel. They are relatively trouble free.
This rear view of the switch panel shows how the various wires are connected via the screw-connections or push-on terminals on the turn signal switch. Always trace back to the main harness to be sure. The other slot has two wires connected to it. Route the trailer harness wiring between the frame and bumper, or camper and body, in such a way that enough slack is left in the harness to prevent bending, binding, or breakage of the wiring. Make your own switch system. Your hitch installer can determine your wiring needs based on the type of trailer you are towing as well as what kind of tow vehicle you have. The master cylinder is mounted on the front of the trailer so any tow vehicle can tow the trailer.
What you will need is a toggle switch and a flasher unit. I have a Flaming River roadster column in my roadster and ordered it without turn signal mechanisms. It was 65 degrees in my shop and the mechanical temp gauge was reading 145 degrees!!!!!! I have went to the two salvage yards near hear to get a look at others wiring, and the trucks I have found which were chevy's and gmc's from 92 to 95--mine is a 97 do not have this white wire coming from the front. The turn switch itself disconnects the front turn lamps when the brake is on and when the turn signal switch is on, it over rides the rear brake light on that side. They all worked before the trailer harness, after the trailer harness and at each taillight.
Now what about the other thing I suggested checking? The toggle switch is different than the other though. Before the trailer light harness Using a test light, this white wire has power when the brakes are applied. Thanks agian, I will have some pics a documnet each wire agian in a few hours. Safer No , it doesn't sound thata way atall. Be patient and you can work your way thru this and get it to all function the way you want.
The contact pins for the turn signals are shared as 4-way flasher pins. There is probably a way you could tap into the wiring harnes under the hood but not having a wiring diagram this is the best I could come up with and all lights do work. They will combine the brake wiring and the turn signal wiring so they will work. Likewise, the one color other than ground in each of your turn signals is the positive turn signal wire. The end of the white wire looks like it was pull out of something if I can see it correctly.
If so - what color wire is it spliced into? I'm posting this because no one posted the right answer yet. Trailer Wiring and Brake Control Wiring Special light and wiring systems need to be installed on your tow vehicle before you can tow any trailer. The source of power to the turn signal flasher should be a fused circuit that is hot only when the key is on. Have your helper press on the brake pedal, and then watch to find out if just one brake light is out specifically which one or if they're all out. With the signals off, the brake power goes straight thru the switch to the bulb. You should occasionally check the breakaway switch by pulling the pin out and checking the braking action. And then the same thing after the connector.
Once you've tracked down the problem, it's time to get down to the business of fixing brakes, or more accurately, fixing the brake light wiring. The most likely reason the brake lights are not working is the turn signal switch. The white wire im dealing with is coming from the front of the truck. Note that passwords are case-sensitive. It comes from the front of the truck with the rest and is just hanging? The self-canceling turn signals offer the same type of activating device, a three-pole toggle switch except that it is an on -off- on parentheses indicating momentary position in place of the column-mounted lever and switch, but use electronics to make them cancel after a timed interval. Start by turning the parking lights on and then probing all the wires one at a time to see where voltage is present. However, if your vehicle is not originally equipped with turn signals or has a roadster column without turn signals then there are alternative systems that can be installed.