I tried to hook up my trailer to my 06 toyota pu, put a clip on the blue wird comming out of the tail light an now I dont have any blinkers of emerg flashers to the pu, cant seem to find a blow fuse what should I do

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Asked by Sep 12, 2013 at 06:45 PM about the 2006 Toyota Tacoma 2dr Regular Cab SB w/manual

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I tried to hook up some lights for my trailer, I found a blue wire comming out of the rear light an put a clip on it, so I could run just running lights, when I did that, I lost all blinkers an emerg flashers, cant seem to find a fuse that  I can replace to make them come on, is there more that one fuse box on my 06 toyota tocoma PU

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under hood...click to see image

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cabin

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cabin

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on right side

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tail light work just no blinkers or flashers

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Ok, just tried to answer, yes there is more than one fuse box. And show locations, I don't know for sure about the Tacoma but some Toyotas are hot at all times to taillights and signals, they are lit by ground continuity. That may be what happened, you tapped a wire that was already hot. I will see if there is a color coded diagram

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thank u so much davidh25 got it fixed an now my wife thinks im the boom hehe but let her know of your help, thank u so much

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My pleasure. Take the credit....

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if you are going to tie into the taillights, the green with red stripe is brakes, green with yellow is left turn signal, solid green is taillights, and ground is white with black stripe. right turn I don't remember, but is in the same spot on the right side as the green with yellow on left.

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