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  1. BGCPrez

    BGCPrez Full Access Member

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    I found this in the driver's door cubby. I'm sure it's not supposed to be for me but thought I'd check with the FRF. Any ideas?
     

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    ok I jumped the gun on posting this.....found some other posts online....it's for towing a trailer. Sorry!
     
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    It's for towing a trailer
     
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    If you Google the part number on the bag in the picture you can learn about it...


    "The bag marked with the part number AL3T-15A416-AA provides power to the trailer battery charge pin located on the 7-pin trailer plug. Install the relay into position 9 of the underhood fuse box located on top of the radiator. Install the fuse into position 21. The circuit has a capacity of 30A.

    If you have a backup camera, you may find another plug in the glove box. This plug is used to cap the camera wiring connector in case you remove the tailgate."
     
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    That's funny, I have those parts too, I just thought they were extra and threw them in the console.
     
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    I didn't see the tow wiring harness....was I supposed to get one?
     
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    That's funny. I never paid them any attention. Figured if they were important I'd know what they did. Guess I do now.
     
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    the wiring harness is already in the truck. check the back by the receiver, there should be a 4 pin and a 7 pin plug.
     
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    ok so it's built in...thank you!
     
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    yep. just put in the fuse and relay and you are set
     

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