Start with the basics. Check the wiring at the plug for signal (to isolate it to either your trailer or your truck). If you're using an adapter, check for continuity through the adapter after you check the truck plug. If that checks out, start looking at fuses and relays. If those check out, you're going to have to isolate which signals are not getting through, and trace wiring to find the short/break. Hopefully you find it before it gets to that point, as tracing wiring is a pain.
1979 20' enterprise with a 305 marine gm on a double axle hydraulic brake metal trailer. I've towed it a few times in my 07 non BT and I can really feel it when going up hill. Never weighed it so I don't know the weight. Know it's over my tow limit. Usually tow it with about 500lbs of extra gear...
I recently purchased a Forest River Surveyor 245BHS to tow behind my stock '19 p4x we have the trunion e2 WDH, I've done some mods to the original setup (we inherited the WDH from previous owners who towed with a Armada), mainly moved the L brackets up... here are the stats:
I have a 2006 Nissan Titan XE with 132,000 miles. I was towing over weekend and now truck will not come out of 4 low.
I have backed up truck multiple times and followed all shifting instructions in Manual. I also tried disconnecting battery
in case it was an electrical issue. Any Ideas?
I went to Nissan to find Dual arm tow mirrors, however there are literally 68 different versions of mirrors for the titan.
Does anyone know if there is a power folding version of the Dual arm tow mirror?
I want to install these on my armada but it will not fit through the garage door with...
I am looking at a trailer that has the following specs:
GVWR - 10000 lbs
UWR - 7105 lbs
Hitch Weight - 710 or 825 (I have gotten conflicting info)
I have an 2008 LWB 4x4 CC SE with the Big Tow package and know that the trailer fully loaded is too heavy. The specs for my truck are: