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I just installed the 7 pin factory trailer harness but i have no right turn or trailer markers . 2005 nissan frontier

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In the passenger side behind the plastic kick panel there is a control module that works the trailer lights, if you got the towing package. My lights were malfunction and it turned out the unit in the kick panel was not wired up properly from the dealer. Have a dealer check it or get the installation diagrams from a nissan dealer or the web and investigate your module on your own. Best of luck.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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