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teardrop-of-joy
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Hi all,

I will soon purchase a Little Guy Max Roughrider

Here is my quick question:

Will I need to install a break controller on my TV?

Didn't know if the LGM uses electronic breaks or some other type of breaks. 

Thanks!


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hlindquist118
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Yes, you will need a break controller.  Your connection of the RV to the vehicle should be of the 7-pin type.  Most states have laws concerning when a break controller is required.  We have a Tekonsha Prodigy P2, which works just fine.  Many new vehicles that have the tow package have the 7-pin prewired under that dashboard of the vehicle.  Check your vehicle to determine if this is the case and what type of connector you will need.  The connectors vary by vehicle. 


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outbacktx
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HOW DO I POST A QUESTION ON THIS FORUM? NOT THAT OBVIOUS AND NO BUTTONS TO POST A QUESTION. THANKS IN ADVANCED


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TexasLGmax
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Well, you just did post a question 😀.  Choose your topic, then just respond or "Add Reply".  


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TexasLGmax
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If you want to add a topic, it's at the top, red button "Add Topic" when you choose your category or subject matter. 


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johnlpet
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Hi everyone, has anyone experienced their tow vehicle’s battery not charging while towing the LGM? If I shut off the vehicle to get gas, or whatever, it will not start unless I let it sit a while. Sitting overnight at a CG, no problem starting. It just occurs when I shut it off in transit. I’ve done some mods, but don’t see how they would cause an issue. Added second 100w solar panel (wired in parallel), added second deep cycle battery (also wired in parallel). I had the truck completely checked after last season, and the dealer found no issues. Had the battery replaced with heavy duty one just to be on the safe side, and problem reoccurred during last cross country trip. Any suggestions?


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