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Aux plug-ins at back of the bed

I need to wire in a switch for aux sprayer, and I may go back to the battery area for this, however, underneath the back of the bed, in a black velco plastic bag, there are two plug in type wires for aux use.

The brown wire goes hot when the key is on.

There is a red/white wire and I can not determine what the source is on that.

Does anyone know what makes it go hot? and what the intention is for those plugs?
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I do not know, however, let me flip through the service manual and get back to you.




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Looks like thats for the reverse light?! Hmm.
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That is what I am thinking, however, I was just going to confirm.

Actually, I seem to remember someone already tested this and did in fact find it to be a reserse light.




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it is for a reverse light,just make sure you use rubber grommets so it gets a good ground
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Looks like thats for the reverse light?! Hmm.
Travdude- If you wouldn't mind, could you post rhe rest of the wiring diagrams?

thank you in advance
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You can download the service manual here
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