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Updating fuse box
I had my brother stand behind the trailer after I put a new fuse in it and as soon as I turned the switch the lights came on for a split second before it popped. Last year I had a lot of issues loading and unloading it and I told myself I would have a solution in place by the time this spring rolls around.
A couple weeks ago when I smashed up my MVP I thought I'd have to spring for a new plow so I held off on getting the trailer until I felt like I had things in order again. I know it's a new trailer but I see a lot of new trailers with issues.
Look for where a screw was ran in to a wire during assembly or a wire is pinch between the lights and the trailer when they were mounted.
One of our trailors did the same thing, Bad ground.
(It's this exact trailer -- Any idea what's causing my problem?
I needed to haul the skid steer out of town tonight and I couldn't do it because of this issue - very frustrating to say the least!
Btw, this is on a 09 2500 Dodge The fuse that powers my trailer's running lights will pop whenever I turn my lights on.
Btw, this is on a 09 2500 Dodge No, the fuse is just fine without a trailer hooked up and even if a trailer is hooked up with won't blow until you turn the lights on.
Our on my boat trailor, the Wireing wasnt secured very well, rubbed the insilation off the wire on the way up to Min. If it's not a molded plug look for a stray wire shorting things in the plug. If it has a junction box you can disconnect the parking circuit to isolate the problem, handy if it is a molded plug.