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just plug in the wire to socket..
switch it on ...
you are dont...
if it is a computer power supply , then you have to short two wires..
on supply wiring you will see a green wire... just short it with a black wire...
you can connect these two wires easily by a paper clip...
your power supply with switch on... its fan may not start but when you put load on it.. fan will also start..
red wire is of 5V
yellow wire is of 12V
and black wire is Ground....
Start at the truck. Make sure you have power there first. then work your way back. It might be just as easy if the wires on the camper are inside the structure or frame to just run new ones. But before you do that also check your bulbs in the lights itself. Could be corroded enough not to work.
It would be easiest, and best, if you were to upgrade the cars' trailer connector. The 4 way just supplies brake, parking, turnsignal, and a ground. The colors are the same on the 6 way, but 2 lines are added, usually for a electric brake controller and aux. circuit. Be careful about using the battery line (Red) on the 6 way connector unless you are also upgrading the white wire to a heavier gauge (at least the same size as red).
Green - Stop and Right Turn Signal (4/5/6/7 way) Yellow - Stop and Left Turn Signal (4/5/6/7 way) Brown - Running Lights (tail, side, tag) (4/5/6/7 way) White - Ground / Negative (4/5/6/7) Blue - Electric Brakes (5/6/7 way) Red - Aux. charge line for emergency break away, battery charger, etc. (7 way) Purple - Aux. backup lights / other purpose (7 way)
hello there: try locating you're power converter and check to see how dirty it is if there a lot of dirt or dust accumulated try taking it out and cleaning it this should help the problem.. the dirt and dust will cause a short and not let the power flow properly best of luck and hope this will help with the problem
YES MOST DO TO RUN LIGHTS. YOU NEED TO SNOOP AROUND YOUR CAMPER TO SEE IF IT HAS A PLACE FOR A BATTERY. SHOULD BE ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE CAMPER.. NOT GOOD TO HAVE IT INSIDE OF CAMPER UNLESS IT A SEALED BATTERY, BATTERY'S LIKE A CAR BATTER GIVE OF HYDROGEN GAS AND CAN EXPLODE VIOLENTLY
SO IF YOU ARE THINKING ABOUT ADDNG A BATTERY PUT IT ON THE FRONT HITCH ASSEMBLY AND USE A FUSE THAT MATCH THE SIZE WIRE AND LOAD.. YOUR LOCAL AUTO PARTS STORE CAN HELP YOU WITH ALL THE THINGS NEEDED RIGHT DOWN TO THE 12V FLOAT CHARGER OR MAYBE EVEN SOLAR ! GOOD LUCK AND I'FN I WAS ANY HELP PRAISE IS APPRECIATED .. SO VOTE JAY MOTORWIZJ
First you have to write down what fuses are blowing ( writing down makes it easier when checking out system since we are dealing with more than one). After you know the fuses check your fuse box owners manual to see what that fuse controls. We need to know this to go on. The problem is you have a short or an item going bad. You will have to check the items(fridge, microwave, radio etc.). The easiest way to check is know when fuses blow what were you doing cranking up camper using the microwave etc. With this information you narrow down where to look. To eliminate an item unplug it and recheck if problem goes away that item is the problem. Also check wiring at any bends that occur when cranking up camper if that is when fuses blow that could be entire problem since you have multiple fuses blowing as long as all of them started blowing at the same time. Good luck if you have more problems or get stuck supply some additional info and your results and we can proceed further if neccessary.