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Old 05-08-2013, 06:35 AM   #15
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The red and gray wires with the yellow wire nut going left in the picture are the jack and breakaway switch wires on my trailer. The previous owner disconnected them. I reconnected them according to the Airstream service manual diagram. I removed the front sofa and the front inside skin to access the wires and to rewire the 7-way.

I looked under the trailer, and I have easy access, via a wire nut, to the brake wires. There is a cable labeled "Brake Cable" with two wires inside it, a red and gray(?) dirty white(?). Would I run a wire from the red brake wire to the front of the trailer and the B-A switch, with the second B-A wire going to power?
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I looked under the trailer, and I have easy access, via a wire nut, to the brake wires. There is a cable labeled "Brake Cable" with two wires inside it, a red and gray(?) dirty white(?). Would I run a wire from the red brake wire to the front of the trailer and the B-A switch, with the second B-A wire going to power?
I crawled underneath, and here's what I found. The "Brake Cable" coming from the front of the trailer contains a black wire and a gray(?) wire. A red wire runs from each of them to the brakes. Yes, two red wires run to the brakes.

So, do I want to connect the B-A switch to the black wire or the gray?
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