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Old 02-03-2015, 11:17 PM   #15
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As stated anything pre 06/07 were not pre-wired. Since you will have to run a wire to the rear for the brake wire, I used a 14/3 extension cord to feed to the back. Taped into the brake light circuit to feed forward to the controller for actuation and used the other two wires to feed back to the trailer brakes.

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Has any one with a coach used one of these Prodigy wireless break controllers pulling a trailer? I'm getting ready to purchase a trailer to haul my 15' Jeep Rubicon.
Appreciate any feedback.

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Old 09-09-2015, 11:43 AM   #17
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Hi, I have another question talking about the Prodigy wireless brake controller. My 2005 Monaco Diplomat does not have power to the 12 volt charge pin (#4). If anyone has had the same problem; where did you connect to a 12 volt power source to power that pin? Any help would be appreciated..
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Old 09-10-2015, 05:52 PM   #18
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I believe I pulled mine right out of the rear junction box. I found a spare fuse and ran a wire down to the trailer plug.

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Thanks Steve, I looked in the rear fuse junction box and that might be my solution too. I have an emergency hand held light in the rear that I was thinking about connecting to but that would mean that wire would be hot all the time. At least it could be a temporary fix. I just don't know what amp fuse that light has.

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