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Old 08-15-2015, 07:09 PM   #1
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2006 Cross Country 372

Any 2006 Coachmen Cross Country owners out there?

I need help with the tow vehicle light plug. I am not getting fire to the plug on the tow hitch.

My fuses are in a storage compartment, outside and under the drivers window. The only reference to any thing towable is a fuse labeled "Trailer Brakes" and it is 30 amp.

I checked the fuse and it is fine.

Have any of you experienced this probem?
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I would start at the plug and trace it back. First be sure you have a good ground, both on the motor home and the tow car. Most of my problems have been ground. Are the lights working on the Motorhome?
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Yes all lights work on the motorhome. I put a separate ground on the dolly to the frame of the motorhome.
I will trace the wires to see if a connector came loose.
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