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Old 06-13-2018, 11:34 PM   #1
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I just put a new 7 pin cord on my fifth wheel. Was wonder how the wireS should be hooked up in the junction box. I tore the old one off and it pulled all the wiressential from the junction box. I hooked it all the wireS up to the matching color from the camper. All the blinkers and running lights work. But I have no power to the jacks or interior stuff. Breakers and fuses looked good. Any help would be appreciated
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Old 06-14-2018, 06:08 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forum. Try googling fifth wheel 7 pin wiring
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I looked in my 5er junction box and mine is wired the following. From wiring harness; Green to green/white. Brown to brown/white. Red to red/white. Black to black wire and orange/black wire. Dark Blue to blue wire and blue wire. Yellow wire to nothing.
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That's exactly how I wired mine back up.
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Have you got power to those with shore power plugged in? If so might be the battery?
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Maybe some inline fuses?
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On my cruiser there are two circuit breakers by the battery. One for the camper 12 volt and one for the landing gear jacks. They should reset but they may have shorted out when the cord pulled out.
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When you pulled it loose it may have shorted the 12 volt wire from your truck blowing other fuses, but your lights & breakaway wire are all that should be affected in that junction box & are powered by the truck battery. The jacks & other interior 12 volt items are not connected in that box & are powered by your rv battery.
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When you pulled it loose it may have shorted the 12 volt wire from your truck blowing other fuses, but your lights & breakaway wire are all that should be affected in that junction box & are powered by the truck battery. The jacks & other interior 12 volt items are not connected in that box & are powered by your rv battery.
That’s what I thought Danny. That’s why I ask if the inside lights worked on shore power. Maybe a fuse he hasn’t found.
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Well I got everything working again. Checked out everything you guys mentioned but had no luck. Decided to check my fuse box on my truck and found a 40 amp fuse blown for the trailer tow. Replaced that and everything is good now. Guess I probably should have started there first. Thank you all for the help.
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