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Default Please Help - 7 Pin Tow Package Connection-12 Volt Pin

On the factory tow package, on my 2017 Pathfinder, how do I make the 12 volt pin (at 1 o’clock) hot all the time? I want to be able to turn the interior lights on, in my enclosed equipment trailer, without having the ignition switch on. I understand the potential is there to run the battery down if I leave the lights on.
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On the factory tow package, on my 2017 Pathfinder, how do I make the 12 volt pin (at 1 o’clock) hot all the time? I want to be able to turn the interior lights on, in my enclosed equipment trailer, without having the ignition switch on. I understand the potential is there to run the battery down if I leave the lights on.
I don't have a wiring diagram at the moment but if you find the relay and remove it you can make a jumper wire with spade terminals and plug it into the relay socket. That would keep it on all of the time.
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