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Old 03-25-2011, 03:07 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by GeorgieGirl View Post
We are pulling a ford edge with our Georgetown and it is just great. We have a even break to help on breaking and the only problem was the even break pulled our car batteries down. The solution was to stop (which we had to do anyway) every 200 or 250 miles and run the car engine. This was was on a 6500 mile trip to the west coast and up across to the Glacier national park and down. It was a great trip and we bought a portable battery charger to case we forgot to stop. The restrictions for the edge was 65miles per hour which we didn't have aproblem with because we like to smell the Roses.
We love the Ford Edge.
Ron and Carolyn
My father had the same issue with it killing the battery - was due to the moron that wired up the toad didnt hook the +12 volts to the battery which charges the battery as you go down the road as long as you are hooked up to the Motorhome.
I had to re-wire my father's motorhome to fix that same issue - if I had hooked up what was supposed to be the +12 volts - it had actually +24 volts - would have had a nightmare.
My father paid someone $500 to re-wire his toad to his motorhome and when I looked at it I was like I would be ashamed to let this out of my shop looking like this - wires were everywhere and a mess.

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Old 06-18-2011, 06:44 PM   #12
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We pull a 2010 GMC terraine & NO it does not rack miles when being toed

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