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Old 07-28-2019, 02:29 PM   #1
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Lights on TOAD

Ok, all lights work on 2007 Seneca Class C.
All lights work on TOAD- 2014 Jeep Sahara Unlimited.
Problem: when I connect them the only lights that will work on the Jeep are the taillights. All lights on Seneca will work.
Donít mean to complain but Iím pretty sure that I also need all lights on the Jeep to work.
Any suggestions/clues?
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How are they wired? Did you use a kit? Yes all lights need to work and supplemental braking depending on Toad weight and State of residence.
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Ok, all lights work on 2007 Seneca Class C.
All lights work on TOAD- 2014 Jeep Sahara Unlimited.
Problem: when I connect them the only lights that will work on the Jeep are the taillights. All lights on Seneca will work.
Don’t mean to complain but I’m pretty sure that I also need all lights on the Jeep to work.
Any suggestions/clues?
There are separate fuses for the brake and turn signal wiring for the trailer/toad lights in the SENECA fuse panel, check those.
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Houston Stroker, I purchased a complete Blue Ox hitch for the motor home and the TOAD from Kajun Kampers in Duson, LA. They installed everything including the supplemental brakes for the Jeep. Everything worked fine for the first trip using it and towing my Jeep. Second trip I could only get the tail lights to work.
I thought that maybe I wasn’t pushing the plug into the receiver far enough, so I had a strong “He Man” neighbor try to push it in. Didn’t work.
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There are separate fuses for the brake and turn signal wiring for the trailer/toad lights in the SENECA fuse panel, check those.
Will try to get a neighbor to look. Just had leg surgery and am in a horrible boot from foot to above knee. Can’t maneuver to well to try and find them.
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Will try to get a neighbor to look. Just had leg surgery and am in a horrible boot from foot to above knee. Canít maneuver to well to try and find them.
The fuse block is under the passenger side dash. You need a 10mm socket to remove the bolts holding the cover. Easy to see once the cover is off.
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Grumpy, thanks again for helping me out. I will try my best to do it, but I really think I am going to have to get help. Very difficult to negotiate leg movements right now. Will let yíall know in a few days what I find.
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