Originally Posted by David4615
Well i found the problem. It was a breaker in the battery compartment. The best thing is i found the MANUEL to the trailer. It even has the bill of sale from 92 in it. Thanks for all the help -- I got our first trip coming up in a few week's and can not wait to try it out.Still got a few bugs to work out to have it ready but, we are nearly there.
david. FYI. Last season, my wife and I were camping in the U.P. of Michigan. The day we got ready to leav, unhooked everything, lowered trailer and hooked up to our truck. We started pulling out of the campground and I did one last check on all of the lights. Brake and turn signals worked, but no tail lights, either on our truck or trailer. had a fuse blown on the truck. Replaced it and bam, blew again. Traced and traced and traced. Finally found that the problem was where the main wiring harness, that plugs into my truck, had a very small rub sot on it at he tounge of the trailer. Insulated it and problem is gone.