Topic: Re: can a 4 prong trailer harness run electric brakes?
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He could have lights, sort of lol.
If you run your brake controller through the 4 way plug, to power the brakes, then splice your trailer brake light wires to the electric brake wires, you still get brake lights when the electric brakes are applied. maybe not as bright as you or I would want them however. and its certainly NOT the way I would do it.
Now, turn signals, thats something else. many vehicles flash the brake light bulb, so if not wired right, you could end up pulsing your brakes too. That assumes of course, that turn signals are even used. so many people today have no idea what that lever on the side of the steering column is for...
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