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Old 09-26-2008, 06:07 PM
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trailer wiring ?

Any of you guys (and dolls) have the wiring layout for a semi trailer electrical. I'm wanting to rig a pig tail from my tractor (semi) to a small trailer. I could chase them out with a meter, but it'd be easier if I had the lay for turn, ground and tail lights. I would assume the turn and brakes use the same wire to the trailer. Any help? thanks

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on my 7 pin berg connector the big top pin is white and ground....on my plug going clockwire next pin is black and back up at 4 oclock yellow left turn ... the bottom is red and 12 volts....7 oclock is green and right turn....10 oclock is brown and the tail light... center is brake lites and will actuate electric brakes you might be a mirror immage. I wrote this in my owners manual and i don't know if this was the male or female connector thus the mirror image
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thanks a lot, want take much to check it out having a rough guess at what's what. I think the yellow, green, brown and ground is all I'll need. thanks again.
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