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Old 04-30-2011, 12:00 PM   #1
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I have a 2010 Ford with factory installed intergrated brake controller. I have a 2010 cruise 30sk. I will get a wiring fault at least once on a trip. This normally means according to the ford manual that the trailer has no brakes. I can reset it and still have brakes. Any ideas out there?
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Old 04-30-2011, 12:27 PM   #2
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Might be a loose wire make certain they are all plugged in

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Old 04-30-2011, 01:32 PM   #3
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Also check your plug and look at the brass pieces inside there that make contact with the trucks female end. I noticed mine were a little flattened, so I did what Im describing below.



The pins insdie the the plugshould be split on the ends. What you do is take a small screwdriver and put the end in between the split end of the pins to open them up a little so they contact real good with the femal plug end. Other types could need to be just spread open a bit to accomplish the same thing to make good contact.



I used to have to do this on my plug when I drove a semi for a living.Edited by: fixit5561
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I have an 08 Ford with the integrated controller also pulling 36' Silverado. My last pulling trip of 1400 miles in11/09was almost all in heavy rain. I also got a intermintet wiring fault warning and lost brakes, then near the end of the trip when rain stopped, I had brakes again. When parked for the winter I checked the rv brakes & truck wiring completely and found no place for water to cause a problem, yet that had to be the cause. We do not tow it back and forth anymore so did not do any further checking.
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Do you have an inbed and rear socket? If so, I would try whichever one you haven't used, to help isolate your issue. If you only have socket, check the connection and the rear of the socket for possible loose wire.
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