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Old 09-11-2013, 05:22 PM   #1
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Trailer wiring

I have a 94 coachman FL320 & am needing to know if I need
Electrical Wiring - Reese



it doesn't want to work correct & was wondering if this may be the problem...Thanks
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Old 09-11-2013, 05:28 PM   #2
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I have a 94 coachman FL320 & am needing to know if I need
Electrical Wiring - Reese



it doesn't want to work correct & was wondering if this may be the problem...Thanks
What EXACTLY are you using for vehicles/trailers/toad vehicle?


What EXACT problems are you having now?
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lights

Keeps blowing fuses from time to time even before hooking up a trailer , I am towing a enclosed trailer with ele. brakes.
Hooked up to the trailer the other day & no lights changed fuse but no help..But the ele. brakes worked. Looks like someone ran a independent wire back for brakes.
I have some wire issues on the back of the MH it has been pinched & do have some insulation pealed back but doesn't look as though they are touching..
This very well may be my problem .
I was just wondering before I start on that if this setup requires the converter...thanks
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Does your coachman have separate circuits/bulbs for the brake lights and the turn signals? If not, you don't need a converter. Even if you do need a converter, I doubt that it will help with the fuse-blowing problem unless you do a re-wiring job at the same time.

It's fairly easy to do a front-to-back rewire by running a cable along the frame and attaching it with cable ties. Don't assume that the lights in the front are not part of the problem.

If you do rewire, you can install extra in-line fuses in the run to the rear. If the fuses that now blow continue to do so, put a slightly larger fuse in there and a slightly smaller one in the run to the rear. If the rear fuses blow, you know that the problem is in the rear.

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