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Unread 10-15-2013, 09:22 AM   #1
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Flat-towing my niner

I bought the niner for its overall bad-assedness, off-road capability, and because it can be flat-towed behind our 40' motorcoach.

The wiring which is on there I can see has had it.

However...I was thinking, can I connect the coach's output on its hitch to the niner's hitch output, and have it feed the niner's lights that way?

I see the 7-pin on the niner has a combiner for S/T/T lamps, and while I'd like to keep the amber turn indicators...the motorcoach has them, too...it can wait.

If this won't work, it looks like I'll be doing wiring in the garage, tonight.

White '98 5.9L as a dedicated towed car, 168K miles, bone stock
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