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Old 10-29-2019, 03:21 PM   #1
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Default Ameri-Lite wiring

I know this is a shot in the dark, but I had to replace my 7-way cord on my 2004 21MB. I opened the metal junction box under the camper, took photos of the wires, and removed the old cable. I ordered a Curt replacement 7-way cable and when I went to connect the cable I realized that my photos did not focus....and are useless. If anyone has replaced this cord on an Ameri-Lite 21MB and has a copy of a wiring diagram or can tell me where the Blue and Orange wires connect to I would appreciate you forever!! I am afraid to just "go for it" for fear of damage to my truck's wiring (2007 Ram 1500) if I get something wrong. I have searched for a wiring diagram for this 2004 Ameri-Lite but cannot find all.

I did connect the white wire to ground, green to green, red to red, brown to brown and the stop lights, turn signals work fine. I still have a large blue wire, an orange wire, 2 more smaller blue wires and a small black wire unaccounted for. I think I may have disconnected the 2 smaller blue wires from the small black wire but I should not have done so as they may not have to do with the 7-way....and I THINK that the large blue wire and the Orange wire was attached to the large Black wire coming off of the 7-way cable....I just need verification....or at least find out where the 2 smaller blue wires, the large blue wire and the orange wire lead to on the trailer. Thanks!
2004 Gulfstream Amerilite 21MB
2007 Ram 1500 5.7 V8
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Old 11-04-2019, 09:14 PM   #2
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This should help.

Next time instead of disconnecting them, cut them off leaving them connected at the wire nut, then you can just reconnect. The blue wire is most likely the brake controller.
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