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Old 08-09-2015, 12:09 AM   #1
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Looking for some info on puting in a brake controler for pulling my trailer behind my alpine (2003 40FD) I have been told that it might be prewired from the factory??? if anyone knows where I can find out where to look for the wire would be great might have to run new wire to the back??? thanks for the help Roger.
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Looking for some info on puting in a brake controler for pulling my trailer behind my alpine (2003 40FD) I have been told that it might be prewired from the factory??? if anyone knows where I can find out where to look for the wire would be great might have to run new wire to the back??? thanks for the help Roger.
Look under the dash the pigtail should be there taped back or a plug that is labeled i think the colors are white red black blue i think.At the back it would be wired already to the round plug where you now plug in the trailer wires.Hope this helps.
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Look at the thread 5 lines below this, "electric trailer brakes", it is answered by several Alpine owners who have done it.


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