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2014 Ford Explorer Tow Bar Wiring Questions

  • There isn't a fuse bypass that is confirmed to fit your 2014 Ford Explorer. The owners manual does state that having the vehicle in the accessory mode can drain the battery. It mentions that you will need to start and allow the vehicle to run for 5 minutes at the start of the day and at 6 hour intervals. This should allow the alternator to charge the battery. You may find that you will need to do this more frequently than every 6 hours if you continue to have issues.
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  • Yes, the Hopkins wiring harness # HM55999 can be used on your 2014 Ford Explorer with separate wiring system. The converter will combine the circuits so the brake lights on the Explorer will operate as both brake lights and turn signals but only when the vehicle is being flat towed. When not flat towing it the lights will operate like normal. Having the lights combined is the minimum that is legally required but if you want to maintain the separate brake lights and turn signals...
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