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Old 07-05-2015, 05:49 PM   #1
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Wires for brake controller in stock wire loom, five wires, two big blue (trailer brake wire), one solid red (Constant 12v), white one(ground) red with white stripe(brake light power) located just under shifter right above gas pedal
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You only need one of the big blue wires. They both are tied together in the back. A good mounting location is the ash tray. Send me a pm if you need a pic
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Welcome to the forum.
BTW what is the question you answered?
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Is this a question ???
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Old 07-06-2015, 11:28 AM   #7
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Sorry for not clarifying, these are the wires that I found, Brake controllers is connected and working properly
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@ Collom4, did you have to remove the dash to get to the loom? and did you "splice" the wires or did the controller connector fit the oem plug.
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They were just tucked up under dash, Right behind the drivers cupholder – and there was nothing connected to those wires just black Shrinkwrap to the ends
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They were just tucked up under dash, Right behind the drivers cupholder and there was nothing connected to those wires just black Shrinkwrap to the ends

did you connect to both blue wires? is one of them for the exhaust brake?

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