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Old 07-11-2016, 11:35 AM   #1
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Electrical Problem in my "Cruiser"

On our last trip the brake disconnect wire accidently unhooked. The battery is still charged. All fuses good, and breakers checked. no POWER TO THE 5ER NOW?
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Old 07-11-2016, 12:30 PM   #2
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On our last trip the brake disconnect wire accidently unhooked. The battery is still charged. All fuses good, and breakers checked. no POWER TO THE 5ER NOW?
Rick Davis

I'm guessing you mean (no power) when you are hooked to your truck?

If that is what you mean, check the fuse under the hood on your truck.
Other wise you need to provide more info.
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I'll guess that he didn't mean the brake disconnect lanyard, but rather, the hot lead from the battery going to the switch. (the output of course, going to the electric brakes)
That wire wouldn't just become disconnected without some force, such as getting caught in the tongue jack.
It is probably at a junction point between the battery and the converter. It got pulled apart, and hasn't been put back together correctly, i.e. no battery connection to the trailer.
Of course, this is just a guess. Without knowing the model, and the use of ambiguous terms make this hard to offer any help.
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