I just hope I don't overload the truck's signal relay. When your Dodge Ram 1500 rolled off the assembly line, it was destined for a driver who prioritizes a trusted name in their automobile. The blue wire number 5 gets connected to your brake controller that you install inside the cab on drivers side at bottom of dash. It sounds like I'm not the only one out there with problems. I am still trying to find the location of the relay. They have a website if you need more info.
Glad you could find a better use for it. Also make sure you fuse the number 1 hot wire at no more than 30 amps at the battery connection. Next we will take our white wire for grounding and lets go run it over the hitch and the frame. I was going to run a relay for the running lights on the 7-pole but never got around to it. If you have to wire up the controller your going to need another circuit breaker for the controllers 12V+ connection. First, read your owners manual. As such, they are not designed to resist in shear mode, and they will shear if loosened.
Probing the terminal should tell; but other than that, I'm not familiar with '05 fusing. But and I told them this , that still leaves the brake wire I ran into the cab hanging there, meaning my brakes are not hooked to anything in the wiring. The connectors are available in four way six way and seven way just like the factory connector. Fuse 46 and 47 have constant power to them when the hazards are on so can I assume the relay is bad but no power to the yellow and white pink wires at the back This truck has never previously had a trailer hooked up to it. If you are pulling a trailer with a battery you will be charging off the truck, you should install a battery isolator relay so you can't accidentily draw the truck's battery down and not be able to start it. I'll hook the brake controller up over the next few days after work.
After all, you are the only one that has to happy with your purchase decision. Then back down to the frame and this is where we will install a ground screw. They are hit and miss and do not lock up totally. Black: Ground Red: Battery Blue: Brakes White: Vehicle Brake Sense I've never used it but I hope it helps you. I'm gonna go out on a limb and say the same kind of engineer that works for Chevy, Ford, Toyota, Nissan and pretty much every other auto maker. The taillights work fine at the trailer connector.
Bob Bergevin Subject: Re: trailer towing wiring From: phaller uclink2. Look inside the bed, there's a nylon knockout in front of the wheelhousing where the wires are supposed to come out. When I asked this same question last month to several lists, the overwhelming recommendations were for the Tekonsha voyager models. I am going back out there in awile. We will go ahead and zip tie it back up behind the bumper. If you still aren't convinced the Dodge is the better choice, then you are better off purchasing the option. You've tried the rest, now try the best.
It takes less than an hour to install. I was about to pull out with the travel trailer when I found a faulty, trailer , right turn signal. Fuse 46 and 47 have constant power to them when the hazards are on so can I assume the relay is bad but no power to the yellow and white pink wires at the back This truck has never previously had a trailer hooked up to it. This should show 12V pulsing at the same rate as the signal lights flash. C-1 connector could be corroded, but I have my doubts. All three were very easy to install the 7 pin round connector. I will post some pics of the gremlins when i kill them.
After the connector is plugged back together, cut a slice in the port plug you removed it's foam and re-insert it into the connector. The blue wire can be fished down into the factory harness at the factory plug. I have had good luck with my Tekonsha Commander. All I have to do is pop off this cover and it is ready to go. But I don't understand how from 2002-2006 maybe even earlier there was no recall on these badly flawed electrical systems and no compensation given.
The flywheel is another such example where clamping load is what holds the parts together--crankshaft and flywheel. The construction of your vehicle utilizes a wide number of wiring electrical connector to complete the required circuits in the vehicle including Dodge Ram 1500. If your truck did not come with the tow package, one of these connectors if i'm not mistaken, the bigger one will have the same color blue wire going in but not coming out the other side. Subject: Re: 7-Pin Connector Wiring From: Drdonnelly My 97 Ram did not have the factory trailer package. Password Please enter a password for your user account.
Instead of exposed relays to control the turn signals,,,, the relay is an Integral part of the Integral Power Module. I had to wire up the electric brake controller in the cab, your probably going to have to do the same unless you have the brake controller connector under the dash and the Dodge harness for the brake controller. We will go ahead and install some dielectric grease in here then install them together. This too could be the problem. By the way,, fuses 46 and 47 are good.
Look behind the drivers front tire, up in the rear of the fender well by the drivers door and you should see to harness connectors. So I am convinced that it is indeed a relay as the right side lights work. Install the correct size spade connector to the blue wire coming from the rear of the truck and plug it into the connector. Any advice would be appreciated. Something about if you have a problem with a trailer connection, it can actually screw up the computer and you have to get it reset. The right turn relay isn't replaceable.