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Old 03-18-2014, 01:11 PM   #1
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Question Need wire numbers to install my prodigy brake control

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I have a 1999 Winnebago brave 35c on a 1998 P30 Chevy chassis with factory 6 pin harness at the hitch, prodigy doesn't make a plug and play adapter for it. I'm upgrading it to a 7 pin to match the mastertow dolly w/ electric brakes. Does anyone know which wire numbers coincide to the factory wiring so I can install the brake control wire instead of running a auxiliary wire 40 ft? I have the prints but the Winnebago wire harness prints are very hard to decipher.

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Old 03-19-2014, 12:53 PM   #2
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Trailer Plug

dalandon, here is the drawing for the trailer plug on your motorhome. The colored wires are in the pigtail furnished by Chevy. The yellow and white wires with a number and letters are Winnebago.
(Chevy)LT GRE BLK/PINK > (Winnebago) TR > (Connector) pin A = Backup Lights
BRN > MM > Pin TM = Tail Marker Lights
YEL > SD > Pin LT = Left Turn
DR GRN > SC > Pin RT = Right Turn
LT BLU > X > Center Brake Light
Pin DG goes to ground stud.
Note: There is not a +12 Volt nor a Blue Electric Brake wire.
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Thanks for the info it helped. I still had to run the blue brake control wire from the cab to the plug
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