I dropped off the trailer for further metal work. When I pulled the wiring plug it broke off in my truck which I hadn't noticed. I went today to pick up the trailer and the guy who did the welding put a new plug on for me. He said it happens all the time, the plastic ones never last, etc.
The problem - when I pulled out on the road and tapped the brakes they seized up. I have never had this happen before. Is this a simple fix, possibly he put the wrong wire in the wrong "hole"?
I got the best trailer wiring guy off of craigslist-----I posted exactly what I needed wired and I told the responders to my ad in our first conversation that if they did not know what they were doing to not even bother. worked for me.
I had my 6 horse trailer totally rewired. He charged me $100 + wire and lights. We totally discussed his fee prior to any work being done. Agreed upon amount. I have a call in to him now cause I just had new brakes put on the trailer and there is a broke wire, a broke light on the trailer and a blown fuse that makes it all work.