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Old 01-22-2014, 08:58 PM   #1
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Brake Buddy Stealth and 2012 Jeep Wrangler

This was my weekend project. Also using the Jeep MOPAR RV Tow Harness.
Only dry tested waiting for it to warm up a bit before a road testing.
Have not put the control unit in the motorhome yet, will do that this weekend.
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Old 01-24-2014, 02:56 AM   #2
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This was my weekend project. Also using the Jeep MOPAR RV Tow Harness.
Only dry tested waiting for it to warm up a bit before a road testing.
Have not put the control unit in the motorhome yet, will do that this weekend.
Does the Stealth have to be exposed on floor of vehicle?
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Nice job on the installation! I take it the Jeep doesn't need the vacuum pump? When CW installed my Controller in the MH, they put it inside the dash as once it is set, it normally needs no adjustments.
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inspector8, The Stealth main unit has to be inside the vehicle. The control cable to the brake is about 10' long so it could just about go anywhere including the trunk.
Gormleys, I mounted the small vacuum pump under the hood.
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OK, Thanks for the pix. Nice install....
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