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Old 02-11-2015, 04:40 PM   #1
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Prodigy P2 Wiring Adapter

Anyone know if there is a prodigy P2 Wiring Adapter for monaco RV? The RV is wired for it and has a 6 pin plug it for and adaptor, but can't find one. I could wire the P2 to the plus, but all the wires going to the plug are white.
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Old 02-11-2015, 08:21 PM   #2
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Sorry, you are out of luck when it comes to Prodigy coach wiring adapters.

You are on your own with this one.

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RWeigant, what chassis do you have? The chassis manufacture would be the one that installed the trailer brake wiring. Also the chassis manufacture usually supplies a pig tail for the brake controller.
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Old 02-13-2015, 10:27 AM   #4
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RWeigant, what chassis do you have? The chassis manufacture would be the one that installed the trailer brake wiring. Also the chassis manufacture usually supplies a pig tail for the brake controller.

Roadmaster RR8R. I do have a connector under the left side of the dash and it'd marked brake. Problem is it has 6 wires and there all white.
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RWeigant, look at this thread, see if it helps any.
Negative Switch Brake Wiring & Electric Brake Controller Help

Also do a search for 2011 monaco knight brake controller connector
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RWeigant, look at this thread, see if it helps any.
Negative Switch Brake Wiring & Electric Brake Controller Help

Also do a search for 2011 monaco knight brake controller connector
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RWeigant, look at this thread, see if it helps any.
Negative Switch Brake Wiring & Electric Brake Controller Help

Also do a search for 2011 monaco knight brake controller connector
Definitely read this thread. I think there may be another similar thread also.

We had a similar issue and same 6 wire plug tucked in the steering column.
I was able to use some of the wiring from this harness but some of it is too thin gauge and we actually brought a new, thicker wire up from the front run bay. I don't remember all of the details but it did take a little work to resolve. Definitely not "Plug & Play"

You may want to consider the trailer mounted Prodigy system that eliminates the need for a brake controller entirely. I considered it but was glad that we eventually resolved the wiring issue.

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Why not just contact Tekonsha Engineering,, I suspect they will either

1: know the answer or 2: Sell (or ship) you the adapter.
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