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Old 05-25-2013, 08:59 PM   #1
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trailer plugs are they already wired?

hi looked up behind my trailer plug and there are 4 purple wires and one green one and under steering wheel there is the same dead ending into a small black omron block is this where i need to connect my brake controller? or is that a brake controller or something unrelated? is everything already connected?
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Old 05-25-2013, 09:14 PM   #2
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HUH

Not trying to be mean or rude but need a little bit better writing and or description than that. Year/Make/Model too and pics would be even better

Hope to help you soon
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Good morning its a 1995 34ft suncruiser atasca i will get some pics posted asap
i have a prodigy controller i want to install once i get a pigtail to use i have gone on their site to in seach of wisdom. I think it would be prewired thru to the cab
but I am not sure on this. Worst case I get cutting and splicing on the other side of the firewall
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:32 AM   #4
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Another unused connector

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Not sure why this is unplugged on my steer column
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The first pic is a relay I believe.
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Looks more like a car alarm to me. On a standard 7 way socket Lt yellow , Rt, green Running brown, brake controller blue, charge red and ground white. Double check me on that. I just have mine wired for lights to the dolly for now but, I have to add a controller for my trailer brakes and charge.
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None of those photos have ANY thing to do with wiring a brake controller and wires going to your trailer plug in the rear.

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Well its like mine there is no trailer harness other than the standard 4 way.

You are going to have to tap into the brake light switch, run a power from the battery and run a line for the battery and brakes down the chassis

Check this out easier than me typing a lot

Installation of a Trailer Brake Controller on a 1999 Sterling L-Line - etrailer.com - YouTube

I have a Prodigy p3 and love it
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allright thanks all will follow loosely the video to get this done
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Its not to hard to add a 7way you will do just fine
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