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Does anyone know the exact location of the 30 amp in-line fuse on the in-line fused battery feed wire for a 94 z71 pick-up for the optional 7-wire harness? I think that that might be the reason why my

All lights were working fine the night before. Tail lights to the truck and to the trailer were perfect. The next morning, the tail lights won't turn on. The brake lights work, turn signals work and hazards work but tail lights won't go on. Neither will my cluster lights or my front parking lights. All of my fuses are good. I cannot figure out what the problem is. I read that there is a 30 amp in-line fuse somewhere in the optional 7-wire harness. The owner's manual says that the harness has a 30 amp in-line fused battery feed wire.

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Its called the fusiable link the orange wire coming from the bat terminal if this wire is soft and easy to bend it is burnt and link is bad wire must be cut out and replaced . do not put a regular wire or the next time it will burn somthing costly replace with 30 amp inline fuse or new fusiable link

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SOURCE: 2001 Chevy Silverado. When I plug in the trailer

its in the engine compartment in the fuse box on the drivers side next to battery

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SOURCE: Left tail light won't burn

The wire may have a break inside its insulation you may have to replace hole wire.

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SOURCE: 97 blazer hazards, turn signals and tail lights

Likely the brake switch above brake pedal is bad.

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SOURCE: 05 Chevy Colorado trailer harness right turn not working

you must check the connection where the truck harness meets the added trailer harness on the truck itself not the trailer harness.

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SOURCE: Tail lights, turn signals, and brake lights are

Look Under the Trunk Matting At Driver side Look For the MAIN GROUND on the Rear Lights Harness, The GROUND WIRE IS EITHER Broken or Has a VERY POOR Connection , You May need to Replace the Connector ITSELF and NO Matter What you Find RELOCATE THE GROUND CoNNECTER HOLD DOWN BOLT to a Spot that YOU Preparer With GRINDING the Mating Surface where the Bole & GROUND WIRES Will Mount. Also Do NOT RULE OUT the JUNCTION PLUG In the SAME AREA Of the Harness Be DURE of >>CLEAN<< I am About 99% Sure of these Being your Problem,Given The Fact that I Have Seen this Literally Hundreds of times
Good Luck With it !

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