Cut the heavy blue wire from the monitor to a suitable length, strip the wire ¼”, crimp a 3/8” ring terminal onto the wire. Connect the terminal to the motorhome chassis battery or a battery solenoid only. Do not use fuse box or splice into a wire. (For 24-volt DC systems find a constant 12-volt DC source of power.)
The red and black wires of the monitor will be connected to the red and black wires of the 2-conductor cable, after the 40-ft. conductor cable of the motorhome wiring harness has been routed to the front of the motorhome.
INSTALLATION MOTORHOME WIRE HARNESS ASSEMBLY
Some motorhomes have separate turn signal and brake lights; identified by amber turn signals and red brake lights (a 4-wire taillight system). This type of system will require the use of an additional taillight converter that converts the 4-wire system to a 3-wire system (combined turn signals and brake lights). The converter is not supplied in the kit but is available through REMCO or your local supply center.
If necessary, refer to the alternate motorhome wiring DIAGRAM 7, below.
Right Turn --
Brake Lights -- Red
Left Turn --
Tail Lights --
Tail Lights -- Brown Ground -- White
To Chassis Ground
DIAGRAM 7 ALTERNATE MOTORHOME WIRING
Wiring to 6-Pole Socket
INPUT OUTPUT TAIL LIGHT CONVERTER (NOT INCLUDED WITH KIT)
Right Turn/Brake -- Green
Left Turn/Brake -- Yellow
Carefully review the electrical schematic diagram to assure understanding of the circuitry.
As in the installation of the socket on the towed vehicle, be aware of exposure of the socket to road damage. The coiled cable should rest on the tow bar if the sockets on both vehicles are either opposite each other or the sockets are mounted in the middle of both vehicles to allow the cable to rest on the tow bar. Whichever way is used, the result will be the same – to keep the cable from dragging on the ground.