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Trailer Brake Controller Not Getting Power

Hi yíall. I have a 2003 limited. Iíve hooked up my trailer brake controller and itís not getting power. I tested the wires and the black one, which is supposed to provide continuous power, is not. The green and green/yellow wires, which provide power when the headlights are on and when the brake is pressed, are working. I tested the 30A fuse under the hood and itís good too, not blown and power is flowing. Any suggestions where I look for issues next?

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Hi yíall. I have a 2003 limited. Iíve hooked up my trailer brake controller and itís not getting power. I tested the wires and the black one, which is supposed to provide continuous power, is not. The green and green/yellow wires, which provide power when the headlights are on and when the brake is pressed, are working. I tested the 30A fuse under the hood and itís good too, not blown and power is flowing. Any suggestions where I look for issues next?

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I figured out that the power wire was broken or shorted somewhere between the fuse box and the harness. So I ended up running a new wire for power from the battery, with a 30A in-line fuse, and plugging it into the existing harness. Problem solved, I guess!


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