Not to Hijack this thread, but since it is solved<G>...
This is a GOOD Lesson learned folks and fortunately ya'll learned your lesson in your driveway
We learned ours in a state park 40 miles from anything in NM
Put together a parts bag (a GREAT buy is a 12-15" tool bag at Harbor Freight for $7-8) load this sucker up with spare fuses, hose clamps, crimp connecters for 16-12 GA wire, water hose washers, teflon tape, multimeter, circuit tester, duct & electrical tape, a cheap water hose splice repair kit, and anything else you feel would be useful!
Helps also to get a decent all-in-one "Home handyman" tool set (We got great one at Sam's that has everything from screwdrivers to sockets n wrenches a hammer and a decent level for @ $40)
NEVER leave home without these