Almost done my complete overhaul of a kick-ass '62 Overlander, but Ive run into a seemingly simply roadbump. In the bathroom, facing rear, the aluminum panels have been removed up to the fiberglass panel. Protruding from under the fiberglass to the left of the window are two large gauge wires, one I assume is 12v
the other 110v. NOW.....
Question is... there are three 12 gauge, double conduit wires coming from forward in the closet (breaker panel) and running underneath the cover of the holding tank, ultimately terminating near the two wires above protruding from under the fiberglass panel.
Hmmmm, three wires leading there, only two to hook into....?????
My only guess is that two of the three leading wires are 110v and the other is 12v
...one 110v might be dedicated to the outlet above the countertop, supplying power for possibly high draw appliances(hairdryer), and the other 110v is connected to the 110v coming from underneath the fiberglass panel to power all lights in the rear of the trailer.
Can anyone shed "light" hahahahah on this subject? Thanks!