Is this the only connector for both tail light assemblies?

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Old 08-11-19, 11:41 AM
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Is this the only connector for both tail light assemblies?

92' Ford Ranger XLT with 2.9 V6. Is this the wire harness connector for the tail lights? It's underneath close to rear bumper.

If so, it is the only connector that serves tail lights on both driver side and passenger side? I notice this one connector is tapped into a wire bundle that trails to both tail light assemblies.

I did not see anything else under there that looks like it serves tail lights.

This is in regards to a fuel pump replacement I have planned (related thread).
 
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Old 08-12-19, 07:24 AM
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I tried doing a quick diagram search and ended up with a few different drawings. I would suggest searching google to see what closely matches what you have.

That being said, all lights will have shared ground (body). the remaining of the lights (except turn signals) should be paralleled with its mate on the other side (left and right should be connected to each other). A continuity tested will be your friend in this case.
 
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Old 08-12-19, 07:35 AM
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Ok. Thanks for looking into this Mike. I believe the connectors are behind the tail light assemblies on each side. I think the photo I sent is something else.
 

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