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Old 09-26-2015, 07:47 PM   #1
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Installing prodigy RF elec. brake control

On my 03 sightseer 33l F53 chassis was pre wired for a 6 pin round. Now I have to install a 7 pin and figured not an issue. After removing the rear rock guard and 2 hours of eating dirt I have found my missing Blue wire. Now my question is this wire hot all the time or is it switch control because by the time I found it and put the meter to it and found no power I said enough for today. I know the regular ones you have to wire the control box to the control box for the brakes to work but this one is wireless. Looked at wire diagram and doesn't show the area I need. I do have a 30 amp fuse in the fuse box and power in and out. I am wondering if I need to put a jumper in the connector this is the area I am lost with out prints. I know I have to run a wire back to the connector blue wire. I have searched all over and found one about the missing blue wire but his was a plug in.



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Well no replies so call the manufacture and very little help. But was told that this unit uses 12 volt power from the charge line on the trailer connector. Well blue line was not connected and didn't have battery charge line. I looked all over and no wire or relay. Since they don't use the blue wire and it was there so I ran it to the right post but installed a jumper to the charge pin. Then up front I had the factory harness for brakes and used it for the relay and resettable fuse then hooked wire to fuse panel switch power. So when key is off no drain of power on battery. Click image for larger version

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And it works like a charm. Why they didn't wire this for charge battery wire. Next time I will install a wired system.


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