All trailer lights
are working properly.
I have unwrapped all the outer wiring from the hitch to the trailer.
There are heavy gauge blue and white wires in a seperate tube. These are for trailer brakes
as far as I know.
There was a large heavy gauge black wire that runs to the terminal block at the fridge controls. It was not hooked up.
There is also a small gauge yellow wire that is not connected. (?)
By running power to the open black wire and using regular ground, I can get power to the terminal block and to the 10-amp fuse.
So, if I change from a flat 4 to a 5, 6, or 7 pin hook up I can wire the fridge in for use on the road. Which is what I want.
We ran 12 volts while on the road with our other Trilliums and never ran the battery down. Secret is to disconnect if you are stopping for more than thirty(30) minutes and to switch to 110V or propane
as soon as you get to your stopover. I always do a walk around [a la big truck] before starting out again anyway.
I'm off to Canadian Tire now. I will let you know how things work out after my shakedown run this weekend. Three parks around the Musgrave Hbr loop do not open until Friday. The lilacs are just now in bloom and we actually have warm weather. We haven't had a frost warning since last week.
Thanks for the help.