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    Re: '05 Landmark back up lights

    The lights you are talking about are activated by a white rocker switch in the the battery compartment. You cannot wire it into the plug like mentioned above without rewiring the trailer. Newer units may be different. The lights you are talking about could be used for back up lights but the really work well to see a pedestal at night if you need to.
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    Re: '05 Landmark back up lights

    Quote Originally Posted by jmgratz View Post
    The lights you are talking about are activated by a white rocker switch in the the battery compartment. You cannot wire it into the plug like mentioned above without rewiring the trailer. Newer units may be different. The lights you are talking about could be used for back up lights but the really work well to see a pedestal at night if you need to.
    No rewiring needed. Just ran a wire from the pin box to the battery compartment where the switch is located and wired in a relay. No big deal, about 2 hours work and less than $10 in parts.
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    Re: '05 Landmark back up lights

    Quote Originally Posted by hoefler View Post
    No rewiring needed. Just ran a wire from the pin box to the battery compartment where the switch is located and wired in a relay. No big deal, about 2 hours work and less than $10 in parts.
    cool...may take a look at doing the same.
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