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Re: Wiring for 1982 Santa Rosa by BUBBA THE BUS TECH
Post New Message If the signal lights work the problem is your tow vehicle.
The wiring will go to a distribution hub at the end of the black cord you plug in to the trauck or car.
That cord is only 6 to 8 feet long so just follow it.
The wiring splits there to run markers, brake lights, signals, electric brakes and charge the battery.
The spot it all splits is probably just behind the front wall screwed to the floor of the trailer. Many from below. Some in a box on the frame and some inside the cabinetry at the front of the trailer.
The trailer fuse box will not deal with this at all, this stuff is fused (protected) by the truck fuses.
The combined signal and brake wires should run un-broken to the light assemblies from there.
Good Luck
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