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Old 09-16-2018, 05:27 PM   #15
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Should be a yes, but follow the white lead and see where it goes. It should ground under the trailer. You can also add a battery cutoff switch if you desire. Run the red to one side of the switch, and add a piece to go from the other side of the switch to the battery. When I'm parked at home, I switch the cutoff to isolate the battery, and keep it charged with a battery tender. I like to think it saves wear and tear on the onboard charger.
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Old 09-17-2018, 04:17 PM   #16
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It does ground right behind the tongue. Probably was a silly question but I'm used to seeing a black wire. Thanks for the response
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Old 09-17-2018, 04:40 PM   #17
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No silly questions here. It seems that wire color is irrelevant sometimes. Better to ask than act hastily. The results could be expensive.
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Welcome and congrats! I wonder if this is the trailer that used to be owned by Wagonman76, there aren't many of this year and model in Michigan and I seem to recall he sold it a few years ago. He added a third brake light to it:

3rd Brake Light
Nice to see another T-1661. Seems I see a lot more T-1550s, nothing wrong with those though.

It's been awhile, but I still have my T-1661. Yes it has the 3rd brake light, and disc brakes that still work well. In 2013 the Hydrastar actuator was sticking, so I tore it down and cleaned it up and it works great again.

I used it every summer until after 2014.

About 3 years ago I finally moved to a property with no HOA where I can keep it in my yard year round. But I was with someone who threw a fit whenever I wanted to go camping so I didn't. Well she's gone now and I've been thinking about going this summer. Still have a lot to take care of from the last few years though.

Except the last year I parked it elsewhere to appease the HOA, I think it picked up termites. I've never actually seen them so I don't know for sure, but every now and then I go in and find a few poop trails on the counter and tables. I've kept it parked far away from the house so they hopefully don't migrate. Hoping when it gets warm I can run some foggers.
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Nice to see another T-1661. Seems I see a lot more T-1550s, nothing wrong with those though.

It's been awhile, but I still have my T-1661. Yes it has the 3rd brake light, and disc brakes that still work well. In 2013 the Hydrastar actuator was sticking, so I tore it down and cleaned it up and it works great again.

I used it every summer until after 2014.

About 3 years ago I finally moved to a property with no HOA where I can keep it in my yard year round. But I was with someone who threw a fit whenever I wanted to go camping so I didn't. Well she's gone now and I've been thinking about going this summer. Still have a lot to take care of from the last few years though.

Except the last year I parked it elsewhere to appease the HOA, I think it picked up termites. I've never actually seen them so I don't know for sure, but every now and then I go in and find a few poop trails on the counter and tables. I've kept it parked far away from the house so they hopefully don't migrate. Hoping when it gets warm I can run some foggers.
Welcome back Wagonman!
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It does ground right behind the tongue. Probably was a silly question but I'm used to seeing a black wire. Thanks for the response
Sunline kind of followed the standard 120 volt wiring colors.
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