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Roadmaster Brite-Lite Wiring Converter

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Roadmaster Brite-Lite Wiring Converter

The Brite-Lite converts a 3 wire electrical system on a towing vehicle to a 2-wire system on the towed vehicle. Three wire systems use a separate wire to carry the brake signal. Two wire systems have the brake and turn signals sent along the same wire. Lab tests have shown Brite-Lite makes turn signals 65% brighter and brake lights 25% brighter than other brands. Brite-Lite can help prevent rear-end collisions in heavy traffic or under adverse conditions. Heavy-duty aluminum heat sink design effectively dissipates heat and outlasts other brands.



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732 Roadmaster Brite-Lite Wiring Converter



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Today we're going to be taking a look at the Roadmaster Brite-Lite wiring converter. The Brite-Lite converts a three wire electrical system on a towing vehicle to a two wire system on the towed vehicle. This unit allows the towed vehicle's lights to work in tandem with the towing vehicle's lights. The unit's going to help increase overall safety on the road. Testing does show that the Brite-Lite makes turn signals and brake lights brighter than other brands. The unit is very reliable.

It's going to feature an anodized aluminum heat sink to effectively dissipate heat, and it's going to use 16 gauge wiring for all the wires on the unit. Now this unit gets mounted on the towing vehicle by using the adhesive backing that's included. The right turn, left turn, and brake light wires on the towing vehicle needs to get connected to the input wires on the converter with butt connectors. Then you'll need to use a ring terminal to connect the ground wire from the converter to a clean metal surface on the towing vehicle. Now the white wire is going to be your ground wire, red wire is your brake wire, the yellow wire is for left turn, and the green wire is for right turn so you want to get these connected again to the wires of the towing vehicle using butt connectors. All the necessary connectors that are needed for your installation are not included, so those will need to be provided separately if you don't already have those. The two wires come out of the other side of the converter. These are going to get spliced into the wiring on the towing vehicle's wiring harness like a four-way flat or a seven-way connector. The yellow is left stop and turn, the green wire is right stop and turn, so once you have those spliced into the wiring harness like your four-way flat or seven-way, when you connect that to the harness on the towed vehicle everything's going to be working properly, the signal's going to be sent through that harness.

Again, this is designed to convert a three wire electrical system on your towing vehicle to the two wire system on the towed vehicle just to insure that the towed vehicle's lights work in tandem with the towing vehicle's lights. Measurements real quick of the actual converter. Going this direction that's going to give us a dimension of three inches. Going this direction it's going to measure about three and one quarter of an inch, and in the depth of the unit from front to back or the thickness is only going to measure about seven eighths of an inch thick. That's going to do it for today's look at the Roadmaster Brite-Lite wiring converter.


Customer Reviews

Roadmaster Brite-Lite Wiring Converter - RM-732

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (19 Customer Reviews)




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by: Don S05/20/2015


Great part, great price! And fast shipping!! Thank you!! 194549


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Still works great after a year!!

Don S - 05/26/2016

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by: Pat E.06/23/2015


I bought this product to connect my lights on my horse trailer to my 95 peterbilt. Wiring was a snap and within 20 minutes all my problems were solved! I highly recommend this product and HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMEND buying from etrailer.com!! I went to 3 local trailer dealers ( 2 of them are nationwide brand name manufacturers) and all of them had no clue to convert 3 wire light systems to a two wire. Within 5 minutes of looking on etrailer.com i ordered what I needed and it's history as they say!!! 206744



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by: Paul11/28/2014


Installed the Brite-Lite RM-732 wiring converter on a 2006 Volvo semi truck in order to convert the trailer wiring circuit from three wire to two wire for towing smaller trailers for various construction equipment. The device works as described. Instead of only having one brake light wire and L/R turn I now have brake lights combined with the L/R turn signals. Very well constructed converter and helpful sales staff. 162688



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by: Em-73203/24/2015


Excellent product. Awesome help by e-trailer. Mounted the converted to frame under Freightliner bed and spliced into existing j-box. Works great. Perfect fit and should last a long time. Thanks, Jason 180523



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by: Kelley03/10/2013


My project was converting my 1972 Camaro rear two light system to a three light system from a 1978 Camaro donor wiring system. The original 1972 wiring was missing. Laura was the tech that helped me. She was very knowledgable and patient with me. The RM732 converter was very easy to install and did exactly what in needed for this project. Thanks Kelley Bowin 69858



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by: Rich08/16/2016


Works as advertised and easy to use! 2003 Winnebago journey/2014 Jeep Wrangler as the toad! 284222



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by: richard08/02/2015


purchased a brite-lite wiring converter and went to there web-site for added instructions for easy connection. received my order in 5 days and that was over a week end. happy with there service. 216257



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by: Frank B.10/21/2016


This was just what I needed to go with the wiring package that came with my towing bracket. Your website made it very clear; what was needed and how to install it. Thanks! 309476



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by: Karla Sumner06/12/2014


We had this installed on our 2012 Chevy Equinox so that we could tow it with our RV. A friend with automobile knowledge did the install for us. It works great. Thanks 135379



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by: Robert R.05/06/2014


It was just what I ordered, and just what I needed. It arrived in good time, and that made me happy too. The whole process was perfect. Thank you! 129120



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by: Rm 73203/03/2016


I wish the body of the connector was larger to help keep the outer cover inside so the wires are'nt exposed. Thank you Paul b. 239386



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by: C & J04/08/2014


This is the second time we have ordered from etrailer and both times they had excellent response time, and a sweet voice to take my order. 124245



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by: John M05/02/2014


Excellant product, worked better than the Hoppi it replaced, now my lights work all the time rather than whenever. 128604



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by: Randall L Couk Sr05/30/2012


I had delivery of your product in 2 days and installed the Brite-Lite the next day. It works just fine. Thanks- 42057



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by: Gary06/09/2011


Shipping was within a week. Buick Enclave Videos are a great help for installing the tow brackets and wiring. 16628



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by: BB02/12/2012


The Brake-Lite converter fixed the problem and it arrived in a few days! excellent service, thank you. 31621



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by: Jack B06/30/2015


Exactly what I needed. After several trips to the Auto parts store, this works great!!! 208385



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by: Fred07/12/2015


Works just as described. Used it for a motorcycle sidecar. Worked great. 211159



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by: Don W09/17/2016


Thank you for the great service! 295729

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