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Old 10-05-2009, 09:58 PM   #11
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Regarding the use of the 7-pin, you can definitely do that from what I've read.

I have a 4 pin and a 7 pin on the rear of my 370XL. I ran the two wire cable under the 370 before I found/figured out the tow brake wires behind the dash.

Then it worked out anyways because the light system in my Saturn Vue is tricky given daytime running lamps and such. I would have been in diode hell.

So to keep things simple I use the 4-pin connector to run to a set of magnetic lights on top of Saturn.

The UTB is VERY nice.. worth every penny.

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Old 10-06-2009, 07:51 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Schwing2008 View Post
I found my wiring, but what end are you talking about

Is there a special end that will plug directly into the brake controller
Depends on what brake controller you have. I have a Prodigy so this is what I use,

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Old 10-06-2009, 08:50 PM   #13
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I just returned from my maiden UTB voyage. 800 miles over 5 days. Almost all highway. Amazing difference.

You definitely feel it kicking in. Changes the entire feel of the drive. The TOAD becomes "part of the RV" instead of an add on that pushes you around.

I bet I'll save some $$ on RV brake work over the next few years.... Now if only the TOAD could "push" and help with the gas mileage... :-)

Zero issues!

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