Originally Posted by HONDAMAN174
Still getting used to my TT. Have a 2012 high wall 277 and find that the brakes are a little grabby. Have dialed back the brake controller but still feels weird. After driving only a few miles, one brake drum is rocket hot and the other I can put my fingers on. Is their an adjustment to make?
Is the drum/ wheel that's getting real hot happen to be the left side ?
If so check the ground wire going from that wheel at the conector to all the other wheels. If theres a bad ground, the other wheels will not work properly. Your loosing amps and voltage. The same thing happened to me. You could fry an egg on the rims.
I did every thing you could think of, from cutting the drums, adjust the brakes several times, replaced the drums repack the bearings etc. Even the dealer had no clue wat was wrong.
So hears what i did to fix the problem on my 2011 3065 Rockwood Windjammer with less then 100 miles on it.
First I removed all the fasteners that the factory used to connect the wireing to the magnets. + & -
I soldered all the wire conections and added an extra ground from the main junction box to the frame at the front of the tt so the system had a secondary groung threw the hitch to the truck.
The ground wire on my tt was white, bouble check before you add the extra ground !!!!!
I re adjusted all my brakes, double checked every thing else, So far i put aprox. 200 + miles on the tt.
All over heating wheel/drum and locking up issues were resolved after i did this.
Hope this helps
ps: if you have any questions send me a pm and i'll give you my cell #