"Not sure, but my Corsair 19 has something similar and if you trace the wires toward the back you may find them going to the wheels. This is a switch for electric brake. If you have an anti-sway bar and don't drive crazy downhills,…"
"I'm looking for a 1996 Corsair 13" camper manual. Specifically I am looking for info on a connector on the bottom side of the frame with 2 wires coming out and about 1/2" female connector from a little black box."
Not sure, but my Corsair 19 has something similar and if you trace the wires toward the back you may find them going to the wheels. This is a switch for electric brake. If you have an anti-sway bar and don't drive crazy downhills, you should not need to use them. I drove mine when I recently got it for 300 miles and it towed so well didn't think about needing them.
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