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Old 06-20-2006, 09:18 AM   #1
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Wiring Diagram for 7 pin Connector

Hi! We just ordered an '07 RTX, delivery date mid July..... We also have a travel trailer on order. I have a diagram of the trailers wiring using a 7 pin connector. What we need is a diagram of Honda's 7 pin so we know all will be fine when we pickup the trailer. By diagram i mean: pin #1 - ground; pin #2 - electric brakes; pin #3 - tail light, running lights......... I have searched the archives with no success. Thanks for your help........

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2007 White RTX (delivery mid July)
2007 Casita LD 17' (pickup August 30)
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Old 06-20-2006, 11:52 AM   #2
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Re: Wiring Diagram for 7 pin Connector

Honda's 7-pin connector is wired to the RV standard so it is the same as the travel trailer wiring.
Looking at the tow vehicle socket:
2 o'clock position - black - battery charging
3 o'clock position - brown - right signal and brake light
5 o'clock position - blue - brake controller
7 o'clock position - white - ground
9 o'clock position - red - left signal and brake light
10 o'clock position - green - running lights
center positon - yellow - backup lights
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