Originally Posted by mwells4654
I really do not understand that no-one I mean no-one has a wiring diagram for these travel trailers. Come on people. I see hundreds of request for wiring diagrams and no-one to help. I have a 1970 Airstream and got a manual for it with all the diagrams. I guess people on this forum don't want to help each other out. Redneck express - I just wanted to put them back where they were - with the rear of trailer torn out by PO I have nothing to go by. Thanks for your input.
Actually, unless someone happened to have gotten a copy of the plans back when the unit was still in production, odds are they no longer exist. Very very few RV manufacturers that have survived rarely keep the plans for their fairly old rigs around.
The few exceptions are the ones with giant followings:
I can't find plans or wiring diagrams for my rig either and I got ahold of the company that built it before they went out of business in 2008, they just don't have them anymore.
Prowler is still around, but the original parent company that built your rig when it was new is long gone, they're now a name owned by another larger company that bought up select assets when the company declared bankruptcy.
Hence why I suggested choosing where the outlets will serve you best, the Prowler you have now is a blank slate, of sorts, it's your own creation. Very rarely do RV manufacturers put the electric outlets where they're the most useful, most times its just where there's an easy spot to run wire for the cheapest cost.