- Aug 2, 2018
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As @Doubeleive suggested above (1) clean the other side of the connector, if you have not already done so, and (2) check the identified relay to ensure that it is operating correctly.im not sure if this is related but in the 72 hours i just spent under the truck - here is what i found, here is what i would greatly appreciate your wizardry wisdom & input ( i also am equipped with enough common sense to knwo that whatever you suggest to me is merely speculative & if my truck blows up - i will not sue you or hold you liable ok... so any any any suggestions or ideas or whatever are welcomeeeee)
- do the trailer wires & suspension wires somehow co-exist in terms of power distribution?? i recently added a 60" led brake light bar & snipped all the wires to the 7-way due to the corrosion within the trailer connector & needing to splice into the wires for the bar. some of them i left to return back to because some kind of apocalyptic storm moved in & i forgot to get back to it so therye taped off with electrical tape. i reconnected 1-2 of them before it started storming... idk my thoughts are that the 1/2 i reconnected could have been tied in with the one corner im not getting a code for. but then again if the wires have no relation to one another then im back where i started, but i thought maybe its possible since the suspension & trailering / tow go hand in hand. i also traced the wires & seemed to lead to the same area. module seems to be working despite someone not giving a f less if it ripped off in travel. i disconnected it from the truck - it was completely filled with dirt, dust, grime, etc etc etc in the actual terminal connector so i cleaned that all out with connector terminal cleaner. i have not reattached it yet.
im so lost . i feel like everytime i think ive got it im standing there just about to fist pump & a hell yeah & there are crickets & here we are again. i dont know what it is !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lord help me