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Old 12-11-2021, 02:13 AM
Gerald Gerald is offline
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I though I lost the first post..... so retyped this.

It is not that hard to do yourself. Maybe watch a You tube video. I just had to fix a broken connection on mine and I am almost your age. Should not take more than a few hours and cost about 50 dollars. Get some heat shrink 16-18 gauge connectors and use a lighter to shrink them up. Using some "liquid tape" to seal up the connectors [after shrinking them] provides more protection. You can get everything from Walmart.

Leave some extra wire so you can make repairs in the future if a wire breaks. I attach the white ground wire to the trailer and not rely on grounding through the trailer ball.
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