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Old 06-21-2013, 09:41 PM   #1
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Wire color code for brake connector

On our way to Huron. Flat tire today. Shop pulled brake connector from back of truck during repair. I missed it and drove over 50 miles before finding connector dragging on the ground....shredded..... Attempted splice repair at a truck garage today. Brakes & right turn signal working. Left turn signal not responding. Tried to find the wire color code that Airstream uses (not in manual) as the garage said the wire colors were different than what they were use to for repairing trucks. Heading to sob RV dealer in AM in hopes they can complete repair. Any help with color code would be appreciated. Thanks
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Old 06-21-2013, 10:09 PM   #2
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Go to Etrailer.com you will find a color code for male and female 7-way connector. Good luck.

Just some friendly advice. Check all safety items before moving, especially lights. Also your brake controller should have displayed n.c. for an open circuit indicating a problem.
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Thanks for your link. Agree even when pushed for time do a final walk around the rig.
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Yep. I know what the RF means. That little 4 wire connector is easy. Green has an "R" in it for right. Yellow has "L" in it for left. "Brown" for tail lights, white like a house ground. But anyway. Sorry you've had trouble. I keep this picture on my phone. Hope it helps
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Old 06-22-2013, 07:26 AM   #5
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Yep. I know what the RF means. That little 4 wire connector is easy. Green has an "R" in it for right. Yellow has "L" in it for left. "Brown" for tail lights, white like a house ground. But anyway. Sorry you've had trouble. I keep this picture on my phone. Hope it helps
Great Idea!! I just took a picture of your post on my phone. It's there to stay
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