Originally Posted by clr
Y Just wondering what you replaced your 12V connectors with? Short of soldering and heat shrinking each connection point I know of no better connection method.
In the space behind the converter and behind the control panel near the door, I used distribution terminal blocks for the most part where I could fit and access them. Everywhere else I soldered and used heat shrink. The ones underneath were done with 3M adhesive lined waterproof tubing.
We had a Keystone Hybrid and one of the few problems we ever had with it was some of those damn crimp connectors.
A lot of times its probably the idiot doing the crimping, but once they're done you have no way to tell. On this Rockwood, I was able to pull a few wires out of some of them easily, so I know it would be a future issue.
Underneath was generally a joke. All the 12VDC wires run from A frame to rear including the brake wiring was attached to the frame with maybe 3 zip ties. There were wires not attached and hanging down for 6' at least. One tree branch or something on the road and there go's the lights, the brakes, and who knows what else.