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Old 03-14-2012, 09:10 PM
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Question Wiring diagram

Anyone know where to find a wiring diagram for a 98 Triton open two place snowmobile trailer? Want to add lighted pole markers to rear corners and don't want to splice into the wrong wire ei turn/brake. I want to splice into the running light wire. Tryed online but not satified with the results.
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Welcome to the forum!

Brown is the color you're looking for.
Yellow and green are your turn signals/brake.
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PS. The best way to tap in is via a quick, inline splice. You slide this over the existing wire (in the picture, right side) then your new wire slides in the 2nd hole (left of the 2 in the picture - note it only goes in from one side) then squeeze that silver/metal tab down with a pair of pliers. Take that flap on the left and close it over the metal tab (it'll lock into place).

Available at most car parts stores.

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Those work great for splicing and do the least destruction to the wire you are splicing into. Good info BC.

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Thanks for the info. Got one light hooked up but could find any more of those splicers @ home. Wet miserable day so caught up on some other indoor chores. Will venture over to hardware or parts store tomorrow after trip to transfer station. Trying more and more to make the most of trips out from home. Reg gas @ $3.80 - $3.83 per gal.
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