Thanks for the reply,First off, welcome to the club!
Second, do you have the Nissan OEM wiring harness or aftermarket? Is it 4-pin or 7-pin?
No, you heard right. I had an aftermarket one installed by tapping into the brake lights and rear turn signals. It worked perfectly fine for about the first 5 times I used it then it started doing weird things like the turn signals not working, then no lights working and finally the only thing that worked was the brake lights. It also caused me to blow a fuse that controlled my brake lights even when a trailer wasn't connected and that almost got me rear-ended. Replaced that fuse and went out and bought the OEM one with the relays and have had ZERO issues since. Everyone on this site is just going to tell you to take out the one you have and buy the OEM setup.Did you have to splice any wires for the harness, or was it the plug into the existing wire type? I've heard splicing the wires on these trucks almost always screws something up.
Disregard this if I'm dumb
I understand, but by wiring is plug n play (no tape or cut). And why he work good for a few weeksWelcome to Club Frontier!
Whenever someone cuts into a factory harness usually there are issues after. The factory trailer harness isn't expensive and eliminates potential trouble.