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 A six-way system adds a black wire, and the wire color assignments differ greatly from the four- and five-way systems. The wire color assignments are as follows: A six-way system adds a black wire, and the wire color assignments differ greatly from the four- and five-way systems. The wire color assignments are as follows:
  
-Black: Auxiliary (12 volt) power, dome lights, battery charging terminal +  * Black: Auxiliary (12 volt) power, dome lights, battery charging terminal 
-Green: Tail lamps, side markers and license plate lamps +  ​* ​Green: Tail lamps, side markers and license plate lamps 
-Brown: Right turn signal and stop lamp +  ​* ​Brown: Right turn signal and stop lamp 
-Red: Left turn signal and stop lamp +  ​* ​Red: Left turn signal and stop lamp 
-Blue: Electric trailer brake actuator +  ​* ​Blue: Electric trailer brake actuator 
-White: Ground+  ​* ​White: Ground
  
 A seven-way system is similar to the six-way system, but a yellow wire is added as an auxiliary power source. The black wire serves only as a dome light and battery charging terminal interface. A seven-way system is similar to the six-way system, but a yellow wire is added as an auxiliary power source. The black wire serves only as a dome light and battery charging terminal interface.
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