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02' silverado trailer light wiring scematic help

I need to install a plug to pull a few different trailers.
I have a pig tail hanging off my truck. The wires are
Brown Park Lamps,
Gren LT Backup,
Gren Dk Rt Turn,
Yel Lt Turn,
Wht Grnd,
Blue Lt CHMSL

I need to know where the wires go in the terminal im holding in the photo.
There are 7 labeled terminals. A, B, C, D, E, F, G

This will be the plug that will be permanently attached to the truck.

Thanks in advance.

ALso, what the heck does CHMSL mean?
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stop

CHMSL = center-high-mounted-stop-lamp

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CHMSL = center-high-mounted-stop-lamp

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Dang! I never would have got that.
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Thanks for the replys. Problem solved.
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I guess I jumped the gun. That wiring may be correct, but I have no way of knowing where to put those colors in my plug because I have a different shaped plug (that can be seen in the original post). This is the 7way GM truck side plug Delphi pa66.

This is what im working with. And this almost solves my problem, except ofcourse, the colors are different in this example.
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The plug in the pic looks like a "T" connector? ie.... locate the crossover harness by the tail lights, unplug it and plug in each side of the "T" connector?
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The plug in the pic looks like a "T" connector? ie.... locate the crossover harness by the tail lights, unplug it and plug in each side of the "T" connector?

LOL thats exactly what I thought when my pops picked up this T connector. I thought, well that probably just plugs right into the factory harness. NOPE! The factory trailer pigtail we have has nothing on it. Its just taped off.

That is the whole problem. I have to wire the PA66 plug into the truck so I can plug the T connector into it. I need to know where the wires go in the PA66 plug.
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So to recap.... you have an existing pig tail/harness on the truck, with wires as described in your 1st post. Should be easy to extend those wires directly into the 7 pin connector, doing away with the "T" portion of the new harness. The "T" just makes it plug and play.......since you already have a pig tail the "T" isn't needed.
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So to recap.... you have an existing pig tail/harness on the truck, with wires as described in your 1st post. Should be easy to extend those wires directly into the 7 pin connector, doing away with the "T" portion of the new harness. The "T" just makes it plug and play.......since you already have a pig tail the "T" isn't needed.
He wants plug and play.

I know I can hook up the existing wires to a 4 pin blade connector. But he wants what I am asking about.
I have to wire the PA66 plug into the truck so I can plug the T connector into it. I need to know where the 02 silverado wires go in the PA66 plug.
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