I installed trailer lights on my 2009 Honda CR-V with a wiring harness with a converter and a plug that plugs in to a plug on the wiring harness the lights worked now they don't
Did it blow a fuse, may need to put a larger fuse in, and may be pulling to much current than the system can handle if running small appliances. Does the converter have a reset. Look under dash for blown fuse.
Just have to mess with the plugins. Something is not making a connection.
Thanks I will try both would the plug on the car be on a separate fuse the lights on the car work
Wouldn't be a fuse then. May also have something to do with the converter as enginecreator suggest.
Thanks I will check that it dose not have a reset on it I will also ck the plug
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