Originally Posted by Monacoach
Ok I found the brake controller plug. It is also white but with only 7 wires going to it and it is labeled " brake control" Now my hurdle is that I cant find a plug to go into it. The Rv dealer wants to cut the plug off and hard wire the brake controller... I say why the heck is their a plug if it needs to be cut off.... why cant anything be easy hmm.
You are fortunate to own a coach that is pre-wired for a Electric Brake Controller. My 2002 Windsor was not and I had to run wires myself.
Since you most likely have a typical 7-way connector at the rear, or maybe not yet but the wires are there to add the connector, those same wires are up front that you have found. The first thing is to determine if the connector is the same configuration as the connector in the rear. If so, then it is simple just to purchase the connector and hook up the required four wires for your brake controller.
Brake controllers need both a 12 VDC positive and negative wire, a Brake Signal wire, and the fourth is the main wire that goes to the Electric Brakes on your tow directly.
The 12 VDC powers the Brake Controller, the Brake Signal wire notifies the controller to activate which then sends voltage down the Electric Brake wire directly to the brakes on your tow.
If the connector is not a common one, then it may be easier just to cut it off and use the four wires of that 7 wire bundle to wire directly to the controller.
Dr4Film ----- Richard