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Re: Need help with tail light wiring.

Postby bobhenry » Tue Jun 21, 2022 11:09 am

As an ex Uhaul company store manager I will give you a little tip. Go in on your day off and reserve a u haul trailer and ask if they will pre-wire your truck for the tow. We really did not want to wire trucks on Saturday "HELL" day so it is welcomed. Tell them what you want as a setup 4 pin , 6 pin or 7 pin and this is a plug and play setup. You can adapt down to the 4 pin flat from the 2 larger ones. Often this is done a a courtesy for the cost of the parts only. (Some time a small fee) . In a day or two just cancel the reservation and you are wired at little cost. Total time in the bay should be about 12 minutes !
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Re: Need help with tail light wiring.

Postby JasenC » Tue Jun 21, 2022 9:26 pm

bobhenry wrote:As an ex Uhaul company store manager I will give you a little tip. Go in on your day off and reserve a u haul trailer and ask if they will pre-wire your truck for the tow. We really did not want to wire trucks on Saturday "HELL" day so it is welcomed. Tell them what you want as a setup 4 pin , 6 pin or 7 pin and this is a plug and play setup. You can adapt down to the 4 pin flat from the 2 larger ones. Often this is done a a courtesy for the cost of the parts only. (Some time a small fee) . In a day or two just cancel the reservation and you are wired at little cost. Total time in the bay should be about 12 minutes !



You are an evil wicked man :lol: :lol: :lol:

I will keep the tip for sure.
I'll be done when I'm finished, if that's not fast enough, take a number.

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Re: Need help with tail light wiring.

Postby rjgimp » Tue Jun 21, 2022 11:23 pm

JasenC wrote:
bobhenry wrote:As an ex Uhaul company store manager I will give you a little tip. Go in on your day off and reserve a u haul trailer and ask if they will pre-wire your truck for the tow. We really did not want to wire trucks on Saturday "HELL" day so it is welcomed. Tell them what you want as a setup 4 pin , 6 pin or 7 pin and this is a plug and play setup. You can adapt down to the 4 pin flat from the 2 larger ones. Often this is done a a courtesy for the cost of the parts only. (Some time a small fee) . In a day or two just cancel the reservation and you are wired at little cost. Total time in the bay should be about 12 minutes !



You are an evil wicked man :lol: :lol: :lol:

I will keep the tip for sure.


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