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Old 10-05-2006, 10:10 AM   #1
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Fellow Workhorseians,

I found that the 12V pin on my coach's trailer/toad connector isn't wired up. Where on the chassis (not the coach) can I get 12VDC switched from the accessory circuit that I can then run back to the connector with 40-odd feet of wire, plus a blocking rectifier & fuse?

I want to use this to keep the toad battery charged. I'm hoping that there's an unused terminal post in the chassis fuse block or relay panel that I can use for this.
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Fellow Workhorseians,

I found that the 12V pin on my coach's trailer/toad connector isn't wired up. Where on the chassis (not the coach) can I get 12VDC switched from the accessory circuit that I can then run back to the connector with 40-odd feet of wire, plus a blocking rectifier & fuse?

I want to use this to keep the toad battery charged. I'm hoping that there's an unused terminal post in the chassis fuse block or relay panel that I can use for this.
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