Question about 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab
I installed a new brake controler with the plug that goes under the dash im not getting 12v(19v from the battery) to the controler and when i put 12v to the controler im getting a constant 19 v on the controler output but nothing to the camper
As you probably know, the blue wire is the brake wire, have you checked at the truck plug (for the trailer) for power to the blue (brake) wire while someone steps on the truck brake pedal? There shouldn't be any power at the plug until the truck brakes are applied, then you should have at least 12v there.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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