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Old 09-22-2020, 08:09 PM   #1
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Older Blue Ox brake buddy, male plug end parts missing

This came with the coach when we bought it. The guts for the plug are missing, spring, fuse, button and ring. I know I can probably find something to work, but I want to just find parts. Blue Ox won't sell the cable or the end. I know it's easy to find something to work, but I like the lite in the plug to indicate power. I know someone will say get an xyz and that will work. All the ends I have are too small to fit inside.
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Years ago I had a Brake Buddy and accidently smashed the plug with the car door. I tried everywhere to get a replacement and it was no go. I finally called Brake Buddy and they have a replacement cord. New wire and plug, $15.
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Here ya go,

https://www.amazon.com/KUNCAN-Replac...xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ==
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Ordered those today. Maybe the end will fit old one.....one could hope.
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