O.K., guys.........season opens on Saturday, and I can't get the lights on my trailer to work!! I had a new plug installed on my vehicle back in June, and it worked just fine this past summer in July when I took my boat fishing....now the trailer lights on BOTH my trailers don't work, and I can't figure out why.
I thought it was a ground wire on my duck boat, so I took that apart and cleaned it up and replaced it , but that doesnt seem to be the problem....tried a little corrosion cleaner on the terminals, and that didn't work, either.
Since the lights don't work on either trailer, I am suspecting it is a problem with the vehicle ('99 Chevy Blazer), but before I tear the wiring system apart, is there a way I can check it by hooking up a similar coupling system to a car battery and if so, what wires (green, yellow, brown, white) do I connect to what terminal of the battery. Also, what is the possibility of it being a bad fuse, and if it might be a bad fuse, where should I look for that (where in the fuse box are the trailer lights usually connected?)
I'm hoping you can help be get out for opening day....otherwise I'm sunk! Thanks in advance!