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Re: Slide in camper wiring question.
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Well as I was in the camper last night testing the water systems and such I found this on the inside of the power management door.

So I can just get the 7 pin rv cord and make my three connections and should be good to go.

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Posted on: 6/21 14:25:51
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Re: Minnkota and humminbird ipilot link
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I may be getting some where here with this problem.

The next step is to due a software update to the Minnkota motor. Apparently the software the motor has is too old to use the follow the conture feature. Funny thing is the motor was bought brand new in 2015. The date of the software "update" is 2012. WTF?


So the update has been applied and we just need to test.

Posted on: 6/21 10:41:16
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Re: Slide in camper wiring question.
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It is a 1999. It came with 3 factory and one add on. the add on is different and needs a different driver and the foot doesn't come off.

I had one strip out on me. So I bought three new ones. Till they get here I use the three factory mount locations. It is not that bad. But I will go back to 4.

I have manuals but not detail on wiring to the truck. It says hook up the camper 12v connection to the truck. Don't use that connection while camping cause it can drain your truck battery in 2 hours.

I checked fuses and those are good. I also popped a light cover off but the base is riveted to the camper and the connections are hidden.

It also reads like it should be wired to charge the battery when driving the truck. So I would like to figure it out. I will have to see if my truck came with camper wire harness.

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Posted on: 6/20 21:38:58
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Re: Slide in camper wiring question.
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Dew2, that makes sense. There are running lights on the camper but no brake or turn signal.

I will have to dig into tracing wires more. I did replace all the 194 incandescent with LED bulbs to get more run time from the battery.

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Posted on: 6/20 13:20:58
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Re: Slide in camper wiring question.
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Here are pics of the plug and where it is on the camper.

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Posted on: 6/19 21:45:59
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Slide in camper wiring question.
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I recently bought a Sun-Lite slide in camper.

As I am getting to know the ins and outs of the truck camper experience I have come across a 3 wire connector near the front drivers side of the camper. The previous owner said he never used it as he did not know what it was for. He had the camper 4 years.


I assume it is for the running lights for the camper. The wires are white, black and green. The interior lights all work off the 12 volt battery in the camper.

Or is it a connection to charge the 12 volt battery in the camper while driving?

It is a 1999 camper.

I know there are several folks here on LSF that have truck campers and I hope someone can confirm what this plug is for.

Posted on: 6/19 9:59:11
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Re: MN River Eyes and Crappies
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Gotta love those fish close to home.

Thanks for posting the report.

Love to see those healthy fish!

Posted on: 6/14 11:24:25
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Re: How to post multiple pictures?
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I always do one at a time. You can upload several then do the final submit.

As far as I know it is selecting one at a time.

Posted on: 6/13 10:59:32
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Re: bsl
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That lake seems to Bless or Humble most folks.

Some of my best fishing was off the dock, certainly within casting distance from shore.

Posted on: 6/8 16:26:49
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Re: "Ladies Day"
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Sounds like fun time on the lake. Good memories for all of you I bet.

Nice job "guide".

Posted on: 6/8 11:34:19
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