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Old 05-21-2012, 11:28 AM   #1
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This was basically a scrapped but fixable camper. I was trying to get all of my outside and inside 12 volt lights working (nothing worked). I don't have any interior 12 volt lights. But I have four wire running lights that I ran new. Does anyone have a diagrams or suggestions?
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This was basically a scrapped but fixable camper. I was trying to get all of my outside and inside 12 volt lights working (nothing worked). I don't have any interior 12 volt lights. But I have four wire running lights that I ran new. Does anyone have a diagrams or suggestions?
Welcome to the forum, Bob. This should help get you started.

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If you look in the reference library here on the forum, I'm sure you'll find most everything you need. If not, ask. Our members have a ton on experience and I'm sure you'll get an answer eventually.
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Thanks, I just didn't know to look at the different areas. This is a foreign place for me. I hope to find information and parts to restore this trailer back
to the shape it should be in. Thanks again, Bob
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You may want to look at the owner's manual for some of that info. The closest to 1971 is a manual for a 1969. It may apply to your trailer.

Owners Manual: 1969 Bon Voyage
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Hi Bob,

Welcome to the forum. In my local travels, I came across a 71 or 73 HiLo. The people want to sell it. I borrowed their literature and made a copy of it. They say it is a 1973 but the info from the paperwork says it is a 1971. At any rate, here is some electrical info on it. The manual does not show any actual trailer wiring, only the hookup from the trailer to the tow vehicle. The coiled cord has: Brown - Hot line (charge line), White - Hot line (to 12v lights), Black - Right turn light, Yellow - Left turn light, Red - Tail & marker lights, Green - Ground, White - #10 - Brakes. Hope this helps. I will try to scan that page for you.

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Here is the page I promised to do. Had to download new scan drivers to get it to scan. Hope it helps you out.

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