In the toad, there should be the main unit mounted somewhere, a cylinder with an air line attached plus a steel cable which runs up to the firewall. The cable runs thru a pulley and is then attached to the brake pedal. At the front of the toad, there should be a breakaway box which has a removable pin in it. That pin is attached to the coach with a lanyard so that if the toad breaks away, the pin gets pulled and the brake will activate. Make sure the lanyard allows free movement of the toad without pulling the pin. The brake is fed from the toad battery and is charged from the coach by having the lights on or you can route a separate wire. I have towed my Jeep 3 days without the wire, no problem. The brake is activated by the coach brake lights and after a set time of being activated, the brake will shut off which keeps from "riding" the brakes all the way down a hill.
2002 Country Coach Intrigue