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Old 07-10-2013, 01:55 PM   #1
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Brake Controller

Can anyone tell me if the 1997 Airstream land yacht came pre wired for a brake controller under the dash by the driver?

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Old 07-10-2013, 04:33 PM   #2
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Not that I'm aware of. Mine had a brake controller but only because of the TAG axle brakes. My guess is it's a PO thing. I could be wrong though.
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Thanks for the reply. I will call AirStream and see if they have a answer for me. The RV place here in town wants over 400.00 dollars to run wires to the back of the motorhome and I really don't want to pay that if I don't have too.
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Thanks for the reply. I will call AirStream and see if they have a answer for me. The RV place here in town wants over 400.00 dollars to run wires to the back of the motorhome and I really don't want to pay that if I don't have too.
What will you be towing? If it's a dinghy/toad, you may not even need a brake controller. Some auxiliary brake systems for toads are self-contained, and require only a connection (through your seven-pin connector) to the moho's brake light circuit.
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I will be towing a 16 foot trailer with a small sandrail on it. i will be going through the mountains and want the extra brakes going down the hills.
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you can only tow at the max 4000lbs
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