halfdome, Danny wrote:That sounds like a solution or as a friend in California emailed me:"Well, if you have a good multimeter, you can do a simple polarity test; see which side is negative, and which side is positive. Then again, in Kalifornia, everything goes both ways". Danny
Dale M. wrote:ON my tandem axle car carrier trailer, it came to me from factory with ground wire from trailer plug to common ground point on trailer tongue and ground wire from brakes also connected to same point... It makes sense because it wires "whole trailer system(s)" ground from tow vehicle to metal frame of trailer so the ground is wired through connector and any lamps or devices that grounds on trailer frame does not depend on ground through hitch...
A poet too? Dannysdtripper2 wrote:Danny:
Your wires have NO polarity for clarity~
As Dale and I would attest. We are glad you are grounded
in the knowledge of a common ground is the most sound~
Here is a Generic Electric Brake Wiring Diagram in PDF.
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