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Old 06 Jul 2006, 12:26 pm
Young Cruiser
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Default towing harness solved

The wiring in the fuse box was revised during the 2003 model year...although the factory tow-trailer harness instructions show a connection from the harness to a red wire in the fuse box,the wire I needed to connect to is now a red-white wire.
S,note to self,if doing any electrical on the car check to see if the wiring has been revised at any point during the model year.
Thanks to those who provided advice
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Old 06 Jul 2006, 04:53 pm
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glad you got it all done !![^]
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Old 21 Jul 2006, 04:05 pm
Young Cruiser
Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: Fair Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
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What'cha haulin?

there is a sneak question in here, I'm getting boat lust. Can you haul a small boat?

I guess I could read the little book that came with the car, but it doesn't have these little smiley faces!

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