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This is silly. Anytime one runs wires to the battery instead of the wiring harness provided to carry the load implies that there is a deficiency in the wiring of the tow vehicle.
If this it the case FIX THE PROBLEM. I have vehicles that are 32 years old and do not require by-passing the OEM wiring for functions that the OEM harness was designed for.
Sorry for the rant. But it bothers me when people wire their radios, CB's, horns, trailers, accessories, ect direct to the battery. It points out either lack of knowledge of wiring, problems, or laziness.
If the wiring is provided, use it. If it does not work, fix it. If it does not exist, make it.
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