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I have a2006 f350. I have no power to the running lights on

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I have a2006 f350. I have no power to the running lights on my trailer.I have checked all the fuses which are good. Is there a module somewhere that I need to check or relay?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  sprinkles08 replied 1 year ago.

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The trailer tow park lamps are powered by the trailer tow park lamp relay. The relay is powered by fuse F2.38 in the junction block in the dash, the relay is an internal component of the junction block. The relay is turned on by the headlamp switch. Possible causes will be a blown fuse, the relay (which would require replacement of the junction block), or wiring. Trailer lights not working are very often caused by a wiring issue, often close to the rear of the truck.

Do you hear the relay click when the lights turn on?

Do you have a test light?