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Old 10-23-2016, 08:07 AM   #1
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No +12VDC at Trailer Plug

Several of the wires in the TOAD side connector of the MH-TOAD electric cable got loose and ended up blowing at least 2 fuses that I found in the roadside forward electrical panel . However I still don't have 12VDC at the trailer plug. The trailer socket wiring on the MH is in good shape.

I've tried to trace the wire from the socket but it (BLACK) enters a flat connector and all the wires are the same color (WHITE) exiting the plug before they disappear into a larger cable bundle in the engine compartment.

The schematic (38091345) references the circuit as "RLTR87 Trailer Ignition," however I can't find the relay, a fuse or, a similarly named circuit designation -- any help with locating the relay or fuse would be appreciated.

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There should be a fuse block in the right rear compartment.
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Old 10-23-2016, 09:40 AM   #3
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Thanks, I'll take a look at the rear distribution panel
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Do you know where the fuseblock for the 12V towplug connector is on a 2006 Diplomat?
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Did you check with the Key on ?
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Yes. I have a lead on the location I am going to check. Thanks
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Found the fuse in the an electrical box at the rear of the MH, same box that contains the Big Boy relay. Turns out there is a ignition activated relay that provides power to the tow socket. The relay was fine the 30A supply fuse was bad, replaced the fuse everything is now working.

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