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Q:Hi, I just bought a set of these and the brake lights don't work. In fact, if you step on the brake at night when the driving lights are on, the driving tail lights go off when you step on the brake. Any idea on how this can be fixed? ThanksAsked on 8/23/2011 by ar56
A:Whenever that has happened to me it has always been the result of a poor ground (white wire) connection.Answered on 9/19/2013 by Slick Nick from Gaylord, MN
Q:what is the best way to fish the wire thru the trailer?Asked on 9/10/2009 by rod from glen allen,va.
A:That can vary greatly due to different makes and styles and sizes of trailers. You can always run the wires underneath all the way to one side tacked against the trailer frame.Answered on 9/18/2009 by Bryant C from Tech Department
A:if you still have the old wiring installed you can tie off the new one to the old one and pull them thru but take your time and go slow and steady
POPZAnswered on 7/16/2012 by POPZ from suffolk county new york
Q:1994 shore lander trailer light left side.
Do you have one?
RayAsked on 8/20/2009 by Ray from San Diego
A:Item 72095 is the full trailer light kit. We have the passenger side and Driver side replacement tail lights for this light kit sold separately. The passenger side is part number 72096 and the driver side tail light replacement is item number 72097. Overton's carries aftermarket parts and not original equipment part so it may or may not be exactly what came stock on your application, but we have no way of knowing what they put stock on any boat or on any trailer.Answered on 9/15/2009 by JUSTIN from OVERTONS TECHNICIAN
Q:WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WATERPROOF AND SUBMERSIBLEAsked on 6/23/2009 by PEEROY from GROVE CITY, OHIO
A:Waterproof means that the lights are completely sealed off. The submersible lights are all weather and treated with a corrosion resistant coating, but are not completely sealed.Answered on 7/2/2009 by Ryan from Overtons