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macneill

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So my new bumper came with a 6-Pin connector for the lamps housed in it.

However, the 100 has 4-pin.

I'm assuming the 105s have 6-Pin?

Anyhow, I'm considering replacing the lamps with fogs or driving lights since I'm already wired from previous aux lights.

However, if I do want to wire the lamps in there now, what should I look out for when wiring 6 to 4?
 
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If I’m not mistaken, the extra wires are for amber lights.
Is this a front or rear bumper? Usually when referring to trailers wires there is a converter that will combine the amber lights to the stop/turn on the campers.
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macneill said:
So my new bumper came with a 6-Pin connector for the lamps housed in it.

However, the 100 has 4-pin.

I'm assuming the 105s have 6-Pin?

Anyhow, I'm considering replacing the lamps with fogs or driving lights since I'm already wired from previous aux lights.

However, if I do want to wire the lamps in there now, what should I look out for when wiring 6 to 4?

Maybe this Web site will help ...

http://www.hitchntrailer.com/pages/main.html

Under "Products" click on link to "Electrical."
 

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