I have a 2006 Sightseer on an F53 Chassis. Recently, I hooked up a new enclosed trailer to it and found that the trailer was not getting any power to run the interior lighting or charge the breakaway battery. Further investigating found that the trailer connector on the motorhome was wired, but I could not find where it was terminated or where it hit the fuse box.
Most vehicles with the 7 pin (flat blade) connector ship from the factory with the 12v NOT connected. I have found the wire for the 12v in the engine compartment just wound up, near the fuse block on many vehicles - but not all. Sometimes it takes a bit of looking to fine it. Good hunting
I called Winnebago about my 2007 Voyage about 12V power for my Toad and was told they do not connect 12V power to the plug from the factory. They did not indicate it was wired for the 12V, left me with the feeling I would have to run the wire from the power source to the plug, but I did not specifically ask that question, so I am not sure.
Have not actually made the connection yet, so not sure it there is an existing wire or I will have to run one.
David, Linda and the kids - Pebbles & Yogi
2011 Winnebago Journey 34Y, 2015 Ford Explorer
Mine did not have one there either when I wanted to hook up the toad wiring. I hooked a #12 wire to the generator house battery lead. It was close and I didn't have to run the full length of the coach. I installed a circuit breaker near the generator to protect the circuit. Works good.
Thanks all. Looks like I still have more work to do. It sounds like my best bet is to just add a wire and splice it into the Generator battery feed with an inline fuse. I would presume that a 30 amp inline fuse would be appropriate.