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Skeeter Surge Brake problem #13182870
06/12/19 03:21 AM
06/12/19 03:21 AM
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Gilmer, Tx.
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I have a 2009 skeeter with a dual axle trailer. I have recently started having issues backing the trailer especially if it's up an incline. If i'm at a ramp and already on a decline I haven't noticed an issue, only on relatively level ground to ground that is inclined. Since it seems to back fine on a decline it leads me to believe that it is not a wiring issue as far as not grounding properly. Was looking for some other possible issues that could be causing it. Thanks in advance.

Re: Skeeter Surge Brake problem [Re: M. Massoletti] #13182979
06/12/19 11:18 AM
06/12/19 11:18 AM
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Check and make sure your reverse light are working on the trailer. You may have blown a fuse on your truck.



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Re: Skeeter Surge Brake problem [Re: M. Massoletti] #13184051
06/13/19 08:01 AM
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Thanks I will look at that

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