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Old 07-13-2022, 04:32 AM   #15
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I think I finally found my wires for the brake control? What do you think?
Hmm... I would have expected a six-pin connector with five wires.

My next step would be to to test for the expected signals on the pins, per the wiring diagrams I provided in my last post. If they check out, you've got your connector.
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Old 07-13-2022, 07:15 AM   #16
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The blue-colored wire jumps out at me. I think you have it.
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Old 07-13-2022, 07:47 AM   #17
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Here is the 6 pin with 5 that I find but no blue. My previous brake control used 4 wires. that is why I thought this was the one. This has white, yellow, red, green, black. These have a lot of black overspray paint on them.
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Old 07-13-2022, 01:19 PM   #18
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Rusty, these two files may be spot on for your 2006. Hopefully
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Old 07-14-2022, 06:50 AM   #19
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The colors on the 4-pin "66" connector match those in the wiring diagram, even if the pin count doesn't.

I should be able to make a pigtail for you that mates with that connector. How long would you like the leads to be?
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The colors on the 4-pin "66" connector match those in the wiring diagram, even if the pin count doesn't.

I should be able to make a pigtail for you that mates with that connector. How long would you like the leads to be?
Thanks Guys for the follow up and help. Mark I will let you know sir I will do some measuring. I will not need them very long but I will get you a length.

As Vito said they are hidden. I had my head where my left foot would be driving. powerful work light and I had to pull other looms of wires over to finally uncover it. It was tied up really tight with 3 or 4 tie wraps. It was way more tucked away than it needed to be but just glad I found it. Thanks to everybody here!
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I'll wait until I hear from you.

The connector is keyed so it fits only one way into the mating connector I'll supply. The #1 pin has a small plastic nub near it on the connector. I can't see the nub in the picture. Also, I need to know whether the pins in your connector are male or female. To help me out, rotate the connector away from the bundle and towards you, so it shows the end of the connector that you held with your fingers in the earlier picture. Then, take a clear picture of that end and post it here. As long as the blue wire stays on top in that picture I'll have all the info I need to make the pigtail.
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Mark, Let me know if these are ok?
24" would get me anywhere I need to be I am not sure where to mount the controller yet.

PM me a cost.

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I just purchased a 2006 Dynasty from a Family who's Father passed away so I have some unknows.
The Dynasty Owners manual says the coach is pre wired for a brake controller and should have a but I am unable to find this controller. The PO did flat tow a vehicle with a Blue OX tow system. I am not familiar with flat towing a auto yet.

Would there be a reason for him to remove the D-celerator for flat towing?
I have installed a Teconsha brake control on my 2000 Dynasty but just wondering if he might have removed it for something else. There is just not another controller that I can find and I have been all over this thing for a few days.
Any help appreciated.
AFAIK, the controller is pre-wired, but there was no factory controller! The wiring harness ends under the dash, right side of the steering wheel usually. I just bought a brake controller and wired it in.

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US Gear D-Celerator brake control
That is for the exhaust brake, not the trailer brake!

D-Celerator FAQ

So different animal!
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OK thanks for the info sir.
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