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Twin Electrics - newbie help 2 months 2 weeks ago #465143

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HI, I have a tow bar fitted with twin electrics same as my caravan. I’ve checked all the lights and they work fine except the reverse light. Now as I understand it this is powered by the grey lead - is there anything the grey lead should do that would tell me that it is working properly? I know that the reverse light was working last when connected to another vehicle!

Thanks in advance.
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Twin Electrics - newbie help 2 months 2 weeks ago #465145

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Twin Electrics - newbie help 2 months 2 weeks ago #465152

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If the van reverse light worked on another vehicle but not on yours, the first pace to look is the 12s socket on your car.
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