Where does this go?¿

Jim Keeling

Active Member
Jul 22, 2021
157
Georgetown, Tx
That's likely a safety cutoff switch that won't allow the interior lights to remain on unless the top is fully raised.

As far as the other wires (thermostat) when built the manufacturer will run standard cable harnesses in ea trailer and if an option is not installed that portion of the wiring will be unused.
Allows dealers/owners to add the items easily later. Sounds like your trailer did not come w a furnace
Nope. That's on galley . Thought it was to hot water tank. But not auto light.
 

tfischer

A bad day camping beats a good day at the office
I don't have this camper but it's a recurring thing where someone asks what a switch on the front does, and it turns out to be the light in the storage bin. Or perhaps a light underneath the steps into the camper.

In some cases the bulb has burned out so it's not obvious.
 

Sjm9911

Super Active Member
May 31, 2018
12,265
Nj
The furnace was probably an option, they may have ran the wires in all the campers as its easier. So could just be a future, as in for future use if you add in a heater. Very common to do that. In cars also.
 

Sjm9911

Super Active Member
May 31, 2018
12,265
Nj
I didnt make them, lol! It would be easy to move it to the front storage compartment. But I did the same thing when I bought mine, kept hitting it on and off then gave up. That night I noticed all the running lights on the camper were on. Hit the switch and they went off. Lol.
 




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