How Your Winnebago is Wired

When it comes to wiring your RV, no manufacturer is more current than Winnebago. Winnebago employs several technologies to ensure the wiring in your motorhome is current.

Winnebago uses resettable breakers for 12-volt circuit protection whenever possible. They cost a bit more, but since they don’t require one-use fuses, end up being far more convenient for you. Others use cheaper inline fuses that must be replaced when blown. Winnebago also uses 12-Volt wiring. Winnebago follows standards for automotive standards for secure and reliable 12-volt connections. Wires are clearly labeled for easy identification and crimped and spliced using an advanced solderless welding process and heat shrink covering that virtually eliminates failures. Other manufacturers use twist on wire nuts or simple butt connectors, which are more prone to failure. They also do not label, or color code, their wiring making trouble shooting or repair more difficult and expensive. Winnebago also uses a 7-pin tow connector. 7-pin tow connectors allow you to take full advantage of trailers equipped with back up lights, electric brakes, or other accessories.

Winnebago’s wiring is just one of the many reasons why Winnebago is the Motorhome manufacturer of choice for many RVers.

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