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Old 09-01-2010, 06:18 AM   #1
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looking for spare wires run from front to back

i was wondering if anyone knew if thier was some prewires in my coach from front of the house to the rear. i want to run some accessories and i dont want to run new control wires if i dont have to. 2006 Country Coach Inspire 360...i recall CC serivce telling me i had some extras and i can find some in the front but not where they terminate? they are lose in the bay under the air brake and transmission comparment but didnt see any spares in the rear eng or comparments>any help would be great...

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Old 09-07-2010, 09:45 AM   #2
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Breaker finder or wire tracer

There are devices sold at different places that are designed for this...sort of...

One is a "breaker finder" that you plug in an outlet to locate its breaker, then other one is used for locating a specific pair in telcom wiring.

They were expensive in days past, now not so much.

They work by transmitting a signal on the wire and have a receiver that is used to locate the wire.

Check the box stores and maybe the local Graybar or other data wiring support stores, you need to confirm the device will work with a single wire in your application.

From there, connect the transmitter to the end you can find and happy hunting.

Otherwise you are upto a bunch of crawling, hunting and busted knuckles.

You may also be stuck with running new wires, get an inspection camera, they are not too expensive and with these you can look into tiny places and retrieve fish wires and other things, we used one to run new plumbing in ours.

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If you are not towing a trailer you may consider using the brake controller circuit and charge line. Look in the schematics for other circuits; much easier than trying to trace them out.
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