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Old 07-24-2020
bimmerman46 bimmerman46 is offline
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Tecumseh
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Default Loadmaster Brake Master

I finally got my Brakemaster all hooked up. I joined the breakaway cylinder to the brake cylinder.I also mounted a seperate brake switch to the cylinder so that I didn't have to cut into the cars brake switch wire that activates when the cylinder moves forward.The switch is powered by an adapter that goes into the cigarette lighter socket.From there it goes to a bright LED light that is mounted to the windshield so I can see whether the brakes are on and also that they release.I ran a wire under the car to a plug in the rear for magnetic tow lights so there is nothing that runs off the car battery except the LED brake monitor light.It is very compact and easily removable. I would post pics but I don't have a clue how to do it.
George Dillon
Tecumseh, Ontario Canada
1999 LXI 43
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