Join Date: Apr 1999
Location: Justin,Texas, Republic of TEXAS (USA)
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The power plug is only "hot" with key on as mentioned. If the plug on truck is "hot" all the time then you have a huge risk of having a dead truck if something on trailer is drawing current when truck is off and it killls the battery in trailer and both on truck.
What year GM truck had a continuous power feed?
Also, your trucks power feed to trailer plug is fused and uses an underhood relay. If it is not "hot" with key on then check those items.
Don't tell my cattle I got leather seats!
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