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I have a 2003 2500HD and I am not getting a right turn signal at the trailer light connection by the hitch in the rear. The fuse was burned out, so I have replaced it, but still no right turn signal. The right turn signal works on the truck. Where should I start? Do I start at the fuse and work my way back to the rear of the truck, or do I start at the trailer connection and work to the front of the truck?
 

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It actually has the 6 - pin setup (1" diameter housing with 5 pins in a circle and one pin in the center). It was like that when I got it two months ago. I don't know why someone would change it out if it had the 7 pin setup.
 

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So now I am finally getting back to fixing my trailer light problem. I have found the problem to right turn signal to be bad connection at the trailer connector, however I have no power to the center wire (RED). I have read here where that wire (along with the blue brake control wire) are not hooked up from the factory. See link below:

http://www.gmtruckclub.com/forum/sh...verado-and-GM-trucks&highlight=wiring+diagram

I don't know if this is true for a 2003 Silverado or not. I didn't see any wire underneath the master cylinder. My next step is to trace the RED wire all the way back to the battery and see if it is disconnected somewhere. Any suggestions would help out a lot. Thanks.
 

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Come to find out that the 30 amp fuse was missing for the battery power to the trailer connector.
 
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