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Just to clarify:That connects to the connection plug between your truck and trailer. Should be brown for both brake lights, yellow and green for turn signals and white for ground.
Magnetic lock out pin? Can you show us what you are talking about?Just to clarify:
brown is for all marker lights (at night)
yellow left turn/brake
green right turn/brake
My 2 cents - I always unplug as I'm prepping the boat for launch so the bulbs are cold when the trailer hits the water. This ensures my vehicle is protected from any potential shorts. This also means the surge brake lockout is not energized, but I use a magnetic lockout pin to release the brakes for backing into the water. Been doing this for years so it's routine.
I believe he means something like this. Amazon.com : Lenink Lock Out Key Compatible with UFP Surge Brake Trailer : Sports & OutdoorsMagnetic lock out pin? Can you show us what you are talking about?
@SCP1 Yup, bought a two pack of the orange ones in case one breaks or is lost. The magnet holds it in securely so no fussing with the stock key shipped with the trailer that is designed to fall out when you pull forward. I pop it in as soon as I unplug the light cord.I believe he means something like this. Amazon.com : Lenink Lock Out Key Compatible with UFP Surge Brake Trailer : Sports & Outdoors
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Thanks, so do you just rap the cord around the trailer then so end of the cord stays dry and high?
You could, I just put the cord in the holder beside the tongue. I'm not too concerned with it getting splashed, just don't want it dunked when it's live and connected to the truck.Thanks, so do you just rap the cord around the trailer then so end of the cord stays dry and high?