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Old 07-10-2015, 07:07 PM   #1
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Yahoo! Eureka! (it shouldn't be this hard)

I have really struggled finding my trailer brake harness in my coach dash. Spent at least an hour under the dash with a flashlight, nothing!

I brought home a wire toner from work, connected it to the trailer ground and brake wire in the hitch plug and headed under the dash with the receiver!! No joke, was about to give up after 20 mins when i picked up a weak signal. Once I had the signal, still took a couple mins to actually identity the wire! Found the wire top of the dash, tied to a support, no connector on the end. Just a bare wire end. Tied with it, the other wires needed, power source, brake light etc..

Crazy hard to find these wires. Males no sense that they couldn't have taken a moment to lable these and place them near where they would be needed.

Anyway, I am home free from here! Yeepie!


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