Thanks, I will dig out the stuff in the car and at least finish the wiring for the braking system.
What are the possible pitfalls of towing a car? I have heard of "jackniving".
I have a 4 prond connector on the back of the Montara. I wired the Nova lights with the four wire cable and put diodes in the lines. When it came to my maiden tow I could not get the four prong connector to plug into the outlet on the Montara? I cut it off and bought another one. I will make sure this one fits before I wire it.
The Nova uses one wire for left turn, one wire for right turn , one wire for license plate light and one wire for ground. The brakes will have to be wired with the wire dedicated to the US Gear Unified Braking System.
For the Remco lube pump I bought the pump and the controller, saving $200.00 off the price for the complete kit. I do not need all those wires, diodes, harness and the monitor. The monitor is a little device with a red LED, green LED and a buzzer. The green LED is on when power goes from the motorhome to the lube pump. The red LED goes on and the buzzer sounds if the power goes off. I can do that for less than $10.00. As far as the buzzer goes, I have a microphone in the engine compartment of the Nova and an amplifier in the motorhome cab. I used this in the past to tell if the Nova's engine was running while I towed it in neutral. I will place the microphone on the lube pump and hopefully will be able to hear the pump running from the motorhome driver's seat. I will also ave a bright LED that would go out if the power to the pump were interupted.