Originally Posted by Ronise99
The trailer plug going to tow vehicle runs underneath to the tongue of boler. Here are the pictures: The first 2 are under the sink and the last 2 under the bunk. Notice in the 2nd picture there is also a 110 plug, not sure what that is for either.
I'm looking at the wiring in a Scamp
so YMMV but they are pretty close in design so here is my take based on that.
Wires to trailer plug run under the tongue on the outside
. I'm guessing they originally came inside
along that street (drivers) side then run along the wall under the kitchen counter and sink. Possibly coming into the trailer through that round hole under the couch (picture #4).
Just makes sense to run the camper 12 volt and trailer signal light
wiring inside along that street side wall. Other side has a door so no way for the trailer light
wires to get to rear without crossing that open space. Street side they can run behind cabinets and under rear bench seats along the wall the whole way.
That spaghetti mess of colored wires looks like... nothing nice. Almost looks like the entire tail light
harness and camper 12 volt wiring was cut at both ends. Black and White would be 12 volt camper feeds from trailer plug and/or battery
on tongue for fridge
, and maybe a fan.
Those colored wires look an awful lot like the rear tail light wires. Do you have functioning tail lights
? If so where are those wires?
The 110 volt plug might go to your fridge, see if the wire runs behind the fridge. On my scamp
there is a load center (circuit breaker) that has a heavy cord and plug going outside to plug in at campground, and a single outlet that the fridge plugs into is under the sink and wired to the load center.
It almost looks like a PO cut the wires at the front, and under the sink. Possibly intending to use those to pull through new wires. Not uncommon to use electrical
tape to attach old wire to new then use old wire to pull the new wire through. A total work in progress that was never completed.
Might want to check under sink area to see if you have a black and a white wire running up that leads to any 12 volt lights
, but there can also be a black and white wire running to a 110 volt light under the cabinet. On mine the 12 volt runs along the rear of the kitchen cabinet, the 110 volt runs right up to that light.
I think you are starting from scratch with the wiring, out with the old and in with the new. And if you have trailer lights
that work I would look for those wires.