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If you are referring to a camper, the 12 volt auto battery powers them. Fully charge the battery first. there is a switch inside the camper to power the motors be sure its turned on. A lot of campers seem to have a problem with poor wire connections and broken wires. clean all connections check for broken wires and check fuses. good luck.
check to see if the battery is good..all connections are snug..there is power loss somewhere..if alarm is activated some will still beep others will chirp.. turn lights on and try to start the car..if lights go dead..battery is too weak to be any good..if new..put on charger..look at the charger guage.. 6 amp charger will show pegged needle when first plugged in if battery is good, then drop back to normal rate until full takes a few hours..check all connections..good luck..
Good Morning, I have seen this done and done this same thing before. Normally you will just tie into your bake light at the tail light depending on how it (the camper) is set up. You could also tie into the one into the third brake light. I hope this helps you out it really isn't bad. If you have any more questions pleae feel free to let m know. Thanks, Joey
there is a red or red with black trace wire under the hood near the fuse box, it will be taped to the harness. that wire needs to be connected to one of the power studs on the fuse block. you may also have to install a j case fuse into the fuse block for it.