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Old 02-01-2016, 05:49 AM   #1
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Jeep with Mopar Harness and Entegra

2014 JKU that will be using the Mopar Harness for lights. Entegra Anthem with standard 7 pin toad hook up.

My question is will this be a direct connect between the Mopar Harness and the Entegra or will the plugs need to be modified?


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The Morpar harness has a 7 pin connector to plug in to your MH for the lights and 12 volts.

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It should hook up without a problem, just be sure your coach's 7 pin connector has 12 volt power running to it.
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As Larry said, make sure you have 12v power to the upper right connector (viewed from the rear) when your motor home key is on. The Mopar harness requires 12v from the towing vehicle for it to work. I had to run a 12v line on my Itasca, but the new Tiffin came pre-wired with the hot wire. See the below diagram for standard RV wiring.
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