Big connector located on driver side of the frame close to the back of the fuel tank if I remember right.
This is a discussion on Trailer light problem within the RAM 1500 Diesel Electrical forums, part of the RAM 1500 Diesel Garage - RAM 1500 Diesel Mechanics Corner category; ok so last night i pulled the fuse box, disconnected what I thought would be the C7 connection according to the fuse lovations above. everything ...
ok so last night i pulled the fuse box, disconnected what I thought would be the C7 connection according to the fuse lovations above. everything looked clean and dry. no sign of anything suspicious.
definitely a little nerve racking messing with that stuff. there are a lot of wires under there.
i tried to locate all the wires in the diagram at there listed positions according to the small square boxes on the diagram. very hard to make out the numbers on the connection. there were some discrepancies between the colours on the drawing and the connector.
anyways everything looked fine to me.
i also pulled every relay in the box and put 12v on them to make sure they actually flip the switch inside.
did a continuity test on the 12+ pin from the tow connection to the battery....no volts. already kinda knew that tho.
im really thinking this inline body/chassis connection is on the most wanted list at this point.
at least if i can find it, i can try and narrow down if its north or south of that point.
is it one of those connectors Patroller ??? the first one is closer to the front of the truck....
Last edited by Kazimodo; 04-04-2019 at 02:45 PM.
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tester time ,,, I guess
see how far the proper voltage goes , then find broken connection or broken wire .
the bunch of wires at the trailer plug in the back must be traceable with eyes to see where it goes
time to get out the archeology brushes and clean up the area to be inspected,, I have found Mopar wiring to be brittle
since late 90's .
Good Luck .
,,,,,,,,, hopefully the mud will fall off easily
thank you Crash.
I’ll have to wait a day or two to get some time to dig in again. i will keep you all posted.