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Old 03-14-2012, 08:06 PM   #1
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Class A trailer brake wiring

I have a 2002 Travel Supreme Class Aand need to wire in a trailer brake controller.
Does anyone know if the wire has been to the front from the 7 prong plug at the rear of the coach?
wondering, Don

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Old 03-15-2012, 04:13 PM   #2
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Up and under the dash on the driver side you would have a blue wire coiled up. Check your 12 volt fuse panel and see if you have a dedicated fuse for a trailer. I have one, fuse, but still could not find that dang blue wire so I had to start from scratch. Seems to me that the Motor Home mfg's. would leave that wire where you can find it and have it labeled. But I guess that is to much to ask. However from what I understand, the blue wire is the standard to a trailer wire.
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