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Old 07-02-2015, 06:39 PM   #1
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Wiring Forrester 3051

Does anyone know it the Forrester Class C has pre wiring in the ceiling vents that did not come already DC poweredThanks, JDB
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Old 07-02-2015, 07:31 PM   #2
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More than likely it is pre-wired. Simple to check. There should be 4 screws holding the interior plastic trim piece. Take em out, remove the trim piece. You should find two wires, black/white, or red/white, either visible or tucked up behind the trim piece.
White is your ground and other is hot.
You'll probably need a #2 square drive tip to remove the screws, but a #2 phillips will also work.
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They are. At least based on what I've read at forestriverforums.com. See the motorhome section and then the forester and sunseeker sub forums for a bunch of info about your rig. Helpful group of owners with fr people occasionally chiming in too.
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I know for sure that they are from model year 2014 and on. I don't know how far back they were.
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