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Old 04-19-2007, 06:25 PM   #1
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Please help Does any one know where the blue wire in the trailer connector is feed from, it is hot when the pack brake or wheel brakes are applied. I need to hook up a brake controler. Is ther a wiring diagram avable for this Mountain Aire thank you nickkct
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Please help Does any one know where the blue wire in the trailer connector is feed from, it is hot when the pack brake or wheel brakes are applied. I need to hook up a brake controler. Is ther a wiring diagram avable for this Mountain Aire thank you nickkct
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Old 04-21-2007, 05:37 AM   #3
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http://www.marksrv.com/wiring.htm

Hitch wiring

nickkct you may find some answers here.
Wiring should be standard no matter what vehical it is.
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Old 04-21-2007, 06:45 AM   #4
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007 thanks for the help What I am looking for is where the blue brake wire at hitch connector is run to in cab or under hood on Mountain Aire 4095 I would like to use this signal to tell the brake controler that brakes or packbrake are being applied and use the blue wire to feed braking signail from controler back to connector. I couldnt find any blue wires on brake switches on air brake manifold. Would the air brake switch and the packbrake pull in a relay that feeds 12 v. to the blue wire when either is applied. I need to send this through the brake controler, wright know it just puts a full 12 volts on wire
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Will check in AM and see if I can find other end of wire.
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Had a look to see where my blue wire went up front on fire wall fusing and couldn't pin point where it is, my coach is gas so is not the same as yours anyway, but there still is no indication of where it winds up. Everything is well marked but nothing to indicate where harness wiring for the trailer plug is terminated.
Not sure who places the trailer plug in if its Newmar or the chassis MFG.
If you give a call to Newmar maybe they can tell you or who installs the plug and where to go from here,sorry.
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I am facing the the same delimma with ble wire on Mountain Aire. It has 12v anytime the brakes are applied. Did you ever determine where this wire ends up?
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