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Old 08-29-2017, 12:55 PM   #1
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PP 7 point wiring harness

MY father made a sharp turn and ripped out the pigtail running from the junction box on my PPointe to the truck, I tried hooking it back up per the many many diagrams I have found on the internet, and even in the document section here. The lights are still not working correctly. Here is what I have and I hope someone can help with this.

From the RV to the Dodge 3500

Brown/White R/Turn and Brake Lights ----> Brown Wire
Red/White L/Turn ----------------------> Red Wire
Green/White = Running Lights -----> Green Wire
White = Ground
Black = 12V -------------------------------> Black (hot)
Blue = RV Electric Brakes
(No yellow) Yellow

Problem I am having is that I have no brake lights on the Red/White Side, I know the bulbs are good, and the connections are good, just no power to that side for the brake light.
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Here is a link with some info. I will look for more.
http://www.crossroadsowners.com/foru...ors-10162.html
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Check the fuses under the hood. when the pigtail got popped it might have blown that fuse
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