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Old 05-03-2012, 05:47 PM   #1
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Rv repair near San Antonio, TX

My parents are on their way home from Texas to California towing their new- to- them Casita. It has some wiring issues on the right hand side that is interfering with their trailer brakes, turn signal, and possibly a few other things. Does anyone know of a repair place near San Antonio (preferably near the 10 freeway) that could help them out tomorrow morning? I noticed a few Camping Worlds in that area- does anyone recommend them fir this type of repair?

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Old 05-03-2012, 06:04 PM   #2
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Stop at the Casita factory! Their almost there. Sounds like a wiring problem. TV and trailer aren't talking the same language.
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Stop at the Casita factory! Their almost there.
awww...too bad they didn't plan that! They are already near San Antonio and hoping not to extend the trip by that much at this point (their casita isn't quite camping-ready so this isn't a leisurely road trip but more of a get-it-home-and-let-the-repairs-begin kind of trip!)

Any other suggestions?
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It sounds like the wiring needs to be switched in the connector.
They need to test each light, left turn right turn etc.
They can always disconnect the brakes if that's the main problem.
Best bet, camper world can trace it out for them.
Walmart will have a 12 volt tester and and connectors they Might need, if they can do it themselves.
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They can go by a harbor frieght and buy some magnet taillights and wire ties.
Strap on light's and hook to TV. End of problem until they get home.
Make sure to wire tie lights to bumper. Or they won't be there for long.
$25.00 fix
UHaul has the lights and can do repairs
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