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Old 03-25-2007, 03:08 PM   #1
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Anybody have a diagram for the 4 pin connectors for the coiled connector for the toad to MH. I wired my jeep today and want to make sure its not me,somethings crossed.
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Anybody have a diagram for the 4 pin connectors for the coiled connector for the toad to MH. I wired my jeep today and want to make sure its not me,somethings crossed.
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Old 03-25-2007, 04:14 PM   #3
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The diagram is great,thanks. Would you also know the order the 4 wires appear on th 4 pin connector? Picture the round end and the location of each color. Top ,bottom, left , right ,etc.???
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It wouldn't hurt to verify the wiring is correct with a voltmeter.
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Thank you,with your help I got my jeep wired.Problem was the MH 4 pin was wired differant than roadmaster diagram.
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YW, Frankie.

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Ya know Frankie, I had the same problem with my Road Master cable that came with the tow bar. You would think they would know what they were doing. I guess the cheap labor got a little confused.
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Now I got 2 toads with backwards connectors. I will have to make a note of it , in case my crs kicks in , in a few years.
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