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Ford Integrated Trailer Brake Controller inspection bulletin:

http://www.cvsa.org/programs/documen...2001-04-05.pdf
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I might add that 2 Deepcycle 6 Volt batteries in series last longer than one single DC 12 Volt.
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Linking two six volters has a lot more current potential, and if a cell begins to die has a chance of carrying through anyhow


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Just bought another trailer last weekend, most of this stuff is a refresher, but still worth rereading.
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URL in post #24 fixed Thanks r2millers for the reported post
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I haven't seen this thread before. This has a LOT of great information in one place.

Thank you, Dutch. Sending reps if the system will allow.
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