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Old 06-27-2013, 05:50 PM   #1
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Trailer plug wiring codes

I am trying to find the Winnebago yellow wire trailer connector codes. I have tried the Winnebago wiring diagrams but I cannot find the codes anywhere on them. I have seven yellow wires going into the trailer connector and want to find the one that has 12volts on it. I do not have 12v so thought that maybe the fuse is missing. I have to identify the seven wires eg: RS, LS, Trailer brake (blue), TL, GD, 12v (black) and aux (orange). I need to convert from standard trailer color wiring to Winnebago. If I do not have a 12v line I want to identify the black or orange wire and cut it at the back of the trailer plug and supply my own 12v to the connector. I have a pos and neg line from the chassis bat through a 15amp fuse (supplied by the Toad-Charge kit) to the back of the MH and want to tie into the trailer connector to charge my toad battery. I have installed a Toad Charger and want to power it from the 7pin MH connector to a 6pin adapter and 6pin cable to my Toad.
So to sum up I need to convert the yellow MH wiring codes to standard trailer colored wires (yellow,green,white,brown,blue,black and orange).
Thanks, Moe
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Old 06-27-2013, 05:57 PM   #2
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I am trying to find the Winnebago yellow wire trailer connector codes. I have tried the Winnebago wiring diagrams but I cannot find the codes anywhere on them. I have seven yellow wires going into the trailer connector and want to find the one that has 12volts on it. I do not have 12v so thought that maybe the fuse is missing. I have to identify the seven wires eg: RS, LS, Trailer brake (blue), TL, GD, 12v (black) and aux (orange). I need to convert from standard trailer color wiring to Winnebago. If I do not have a 12v line I want to identify the black or orange wire and cut it at the back of the trailer plug and supply my own 12v to the connector. I have a pos and neg line from the chassis bat through a 15amp fuse (supplied by the Toad-Charge kit) to the back of the MH and want to tie into the trailer connector to charge my toad battery. I have installed a Toad Charger and want to power it from the 7pin MH connector to a 6pin adapter and 6pin cable to my Toad.
So to sum up I need to convert the yellow MH wiring codes to standard trailer colored wires (yellow,green,white,brown,blue,black and orange).
Thanks, Moe
Try this: http://www.winnebagoind.com/diagram/Help.pdf I have no idea if it's what you need or not. 7 wires of the same color, doesn't seem to be a bright idea!
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Old 06-27-2013, 09:11 PM   #3
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Moe, here is the list. You have to go back to 1999 wiring diagrams to find the wiring.
AAE - Backup Lamps
RRJ - Ground
LLG - Brake Controller Output
AAG - Right Turn and Brake lamp
PPZ - +12VDC
AAD - Marker Lamps
AAF - Left Turn and Brake Lamp
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Grant, thank you for your quick reply. You are a life saver and definitely on my Xmas list.
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