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Re: electric brakes

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04-30-2013 09:03:06

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What no meter or test light??? Simple to trouble shoot a brake controller by checking for voltage from the brake wire. No voltage be wire or controller. Of course most common brake problem is a simple bad ground. But then I am the guy many people come to, to fix there trailer wiring problems

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04-30-2013 10:57:08

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 Re: electric brakes in reply to old, 04-30-2013 09:03:06  
I suspect Dell knows more about test lights, meters and testing than the majority of us. However, seven prong connectors can be troublesome to people trained in installing them. Im surprised you didnt tell him to buy a meter at Oreillys and pour a little ATF on the connector.

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04-30-2013 11:38:08

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 Re: electric brakes in reply to Jimmyjack, 04-30-2013 10:57:08  
Some of what you just said is uncalled for and is not in the true nature of this forum. As to him knowing thing yes he should but so should I since I was a Navy E-T and repaired computers and radios etc. As for ATF you should know it has it place but not with electrical stuff and your just being an a$$

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