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Old 03-30-2022, 02:54 PM   #1
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Charging wire

Is there a charging terminal in the 7 prong plug on the rear of monaco's?
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Pin 4 is charge line by convention.
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That's not connected on my 2000 Dynasty, just the turn signal and brake lights.
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Do you have a multi tester to see? Is it a bargman 7 pin? Typical black wire positive and white wire ground.
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Mine does and is a 2008. It was only active when the ignition was on.

I moved the wire to a constant power source and installed my own breaker.

With it setup this way it can charge my toad overnight if I so desire.
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Use a multimeter or a 12v test light to determine which pin is the hot pin. the you can install a charge line is desired.
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