Refrain from laughing at these very beginner wiring questions, just help me understand what to do next? I have a very basic '75 Boler
...and when I read the other posts the contents of their trailer electrical
seems very different from this one!
Picture 1 is the 12V DC from the deep cycle battery
Picture 2 is taken from under left gaucho, shows 12V plus trailer lights
; I just spent $250 getting these rewired to work to street legal, as it was a mess before.
Picture 3 shows the junction box where the 110 plug in comes into the trailer, and it shows the 110 and 12V lines running UP through the tube to the light
fixtures (there's 3 on the kitchen side). So does this mean these fixtures run on both 110 and 12? I haven't even plugged this trailer in yet (kaboom?)
I see the 12V and 110 going into the fridge
in the back.
I don't see one dang circuit box, fuse, solenoid, just wires with direct connections.
1. I bought a 12V deep cycle battery
charger today with an automatic switchoff. Can I install battery
recharger so that it keep the 12V battery charged when the 110 is plugged in? Suggestions?
2. I was going to get a line run from the alternator to the 12V deep cycle battery; is there anything conceptually that I'm missing? (solenoid, something something?)
3. I wanted to install a water pump eventually, should it just run off of the 12V for simplicity (being that the battery will be recharged if/when plugged in)?
4. I was going to get electric brakes
and an auxillary brake installed...how much are these and are they really needed for my Expedition? My brakes
seem fine alone.
Thankyou ever so much for getting me off the ground!