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Old 06-28-2015, 02:41 PM   #15
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I made a hard right turn in mine last weekend and ripped the outside jacket from the moulded plug end and lost my brake lights/turn signals and parking lights. The brakes still worked though (thicker wire). I now am replacing the entire cable with one that is a foot longer.
The umbilical cord is supposed to be 7 feet long.

If shorter than that, you can replace the 7 way cable in about 20 minutes.

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I made a hard right turn in mine last weekend and ripped the outside jacket from the moulded plug end and lost my brake lights/turn signals and parking lights. The brakes still worked though (thicker wire). I now am replacing the entire cable with one that is a foot longer.
You ripped the cable out on a turn with a Hensley???
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The umbilical cord is supposed to be 7 feet long.

If shorter than that, you can replace the 7 way cable in about 20 minutes.

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I have a 2010 airstream 25FB. Is the end of the cord terminated under the front bed? It looks like it goes into the floor of the trailer on the right side.
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I have a 2010 airstream 25FB. Is the end of the cord terminated under the front bed? It looks like it goes into the floor of the trailer on the right side.
The wires in the front should terminate within the underbelly, just behind the A-frame.

Look for a square plate that's about 8" x 8" or so. Remove it and you should see the wires as they are connected to those within the trailer.

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