It’s not EVERY wagon but it’s enough that it’s annoying. More so at night when everything is dimmed, you tap the brakes and the ****ing trailer abs light comes on. I’m pulling the lightbulb from the dash tomorrowI think I had one that would come on that way and ended up being a short somewhere along the line. Is it every wagon you pull? If not I would be trying another truck like Mike said then you know it's the trailer.
NY will write the dogshit out of you over that stupid light not cycling when the key comes on. Ask me how I know.
Nope. Switch on, brakes on, trailer ABS light does not light up.Anything with ABS needs power to the center pin all the time. You said the aux circuit has to be on to power that pin, try it with that switch on, see if it flashes.
I can’t find anything to suggest legally ABS needs to be working.I guess I should decide whether to spend money on this or just ignore it.
If I haven’t used trailer ABS in two years I doubt I’ll need it in the future. I’ve NEVER ran with the trailer aux switch on
But then I start second guessing myself what if there’s an accident and I get blamed because ABS could’ve prevented it.
Apparently I need 3 years as an O/O now before I can get insurance quotes for a Class 8 truckYou should get your own authority and CVSA score.