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When my trailer is connected to my 2005 Ford F250 trailer lights don't work. This trailer will work as wired on other vehicles. When I look on the F250 fuse box cover it says see Owner's Manual for diagram. I do not have an owner's manual. Can someone please help? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Not sure about the trailer connector, but you can download a manual here:
http://www.motorcraftservice.com/pubs/content/~WO5F23/~MUS~LEN/36/05f23og3e.pdf
fuses start on page 218

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First thing is just check 'ALL' the fuses.

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