Thread: So your having lighting issues..
05-17-2009, 11:09 PM #1
So your having lighting issues..
I thought I would share some info that may cure your problems. A guy taught me this years ago and when he told me I did not believe him. After months of having ground problems and tracking stuff like most of you do this one easy fix, fixed everything! If your trailer is not a full welded set up, which means the tounge is bolted to the rest of the frame..MOST of your problems can be cured doing this. You need to drill a hold where the tounge meets the frame and run a screw through it. What this does is complete the ground on your trailer. I did this on my last trailer and as soonas I did it my lights got real bright and I never had a ground issue since. If you look at the picture below.(I have not done it to this trailer..no probs yet) but you will want to do it right above that bolt to make the trailer one. Try it and tell me if works.
05-17-2009, 11:10 PM #2
05-18-2009, 09:49 AM #3
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- Baytown, TX
Some good info there.
I used to be a CSR over at U-Haul.
90% of trailer lighting problems were grounding issues.
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