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Old 10-02-2022, 08:15 AM   #1
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Okay, I have a question about my 2008 coachman and I’m towing a GMC Acadia with a Roadmaster equipment, the plug in that runs my brakes is a 6 pin, we just upgraded to a 2023 Jayco Seneca, which has a 7 pin plug is there a adapter plug for this?
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If I understand correctly you are looking for a 7 pin to 6 pin cable. I used blue ox tow setup. I’m using blue ox 7to 6 pin cable. Others make them too. Try googling 7to 6 pin cable.
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