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Old 12-31-2012, 05:25 PM   #1
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Anyone recognize this Plug in?

I recently bought a used Class A and I am in the process of getting it configured to tow my car. I wasn't sure if this was an existing plug in for wiring toad lights or if it might be a plug in for a lubrication pump on the other owners vehicle. Anyone that might recognize this plug in, some guidance/education would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 12-31-2012, 05:30 PM   #2
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Wouldn't have a picture with the door open would you?

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Looks like a trailer plug but it would really help if we could see the pins under the cover.
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Old 12-31-2012, 05:37 PM   #4
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I will go get the pic tomarrow. I think there are 4 pins inside. Do you recognize the logo to identify the manufacturer?
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Looks like the plug you need for what ever you will tow, this link will show wiring you need.
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It looks very much like the receptacle end for a tow bar electric plug connector we have on our Jeep. I believe it's a Roadmaster (that's what the "R" on it is).

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Looks like a standard 4 pin round plug for trailer lights.

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This site has volumes of information. Buy a 12 volt test light if you are going to tackle this project yourself. Forget a voltmeter because you will be involved with that learning curve at the same time.
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It is one of the following

4 Pin Round connector
6 Pin Round connector
7 Pin round connector

open door and count pins, all 3 are standard, If your towed vehicle needs something different go to U-haul, they have every possible adapter you can think of in their catalog, if not in stock.

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