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Old August 13th, 2007, 06:57 AM   #1
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anybody know what size realy/fuse is required to get 12v to the trailer plug?
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Old August 13th, 2007, 07:13 AM   #2
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thats a pretty broad question....

what is it for?
what will you be running off it?
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thats a pretty broad question....

what is it for?
what will you be running off it?
sorry, I am not getting 12v to the 7-way trailer plug at the rear of the truck.
My dad is pulling a fifth wheel camper and would like to the ability to re-charge the trailer batterys when hooked to the tow rig. The manual states that the wire harness for the electric brake controler is supposed to have a "mega-fuse" along with it for this purpose. His didn't have the Mega-fuse and we need to know what size to go buy.

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I beleive it is 15 amp.
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It's either 30 or 40. Look in your owners manual, it tells you. The fuses are in the box over the driver's wheel well.
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we found the spot it belongs in, but the manual says to call your dealer for the fuse.

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