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Roadmaster Tow Bar Wiring for the Ford Fusion, 2014

Roadmaster Tow Bar Wiring

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Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit - Ford Fusion, 2014

Diode Kit allows you to use your Ford Fusion's tail lights and wiring system while preventing feedback from your RV. 4-Pole flat loop included to connect RV to towed car.


  • Connects your RV's tail, brake and turn signal lights to your towed car's lighting system
  • Works with 2-wire and 3-wire lighting systems
    • 2-Wire systems (aka combined) have the stop and turn signal sent along the same wire
    • 3-Wire systems (aka separated) have the stop and turn signals sent along different wires (typically indicated by amber turn signals)
  • Prevents electrical feedback and the damage it can cause to your Ford Fusion's electrical components
  • Kit Includes:
    • (4) Hy-Power diodes
    • Molded 4-wire electrical cords
    • 4-Way flat wire connectors for both the Ford Fusion and RV
      • If RV has a 3-wire system (and is not already wired for a trailer connector) a converter is required (RM-732; sold separately)
    • Ring terminal
    • 3' plastic loom


  • Max amperage: 85 amps
  • Max voltage: 24 volts

Note: For applications that have separate lighting, this kit will cause your brake lights to function as both brake and turn lights. A wiring converter (118158 - sold separately) and 2 additional diodes will be needed if you want to retain separate turn and brake signals.

Diode Wiring Diagram

Diode Wiring Diagram

Diode Wiring Diagram

Diode Wiring Diagram

154 Roadmaster Universal Wiring Kit with 4 Hy-Power Diodes

Video of Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.

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Video Transcript for Roadmaster Tow Bar Wiring Kit Installation - 2011 Ford Fiesta

Today on our 2011 Ford Fiesta we will be installing the Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit, part number RM-154. As well as the Roadmaster 4-Wire Connector Vehicle End, part number RM-910030-1. In the final part we will be using the Bent Electrical Bracket, part number RM-910030-5. To begin with we will go ahead and open up the hood of the vehicle. Next, we need to kind of plan out our routing for the wire that we will run from the front of the vehicle all the way to the back of the vehicle because we will be making wiring connections with our rear tail lights. Now we will go ahead and begin by routing our wire down to the center of the vehicle on the lower fascia.

Be sure when routing your wiring down to the center of the lower fascia that you leave a little extra for potential future connections or if you want to change this style plug, which we will be doing later in the video. Once we have our wire routed down to the front as well as through the engine department, we use a few zip ties to help secure and keep it in place. Because we are also not going to need the other end of the 4-flat at the rear of the vehicle, we went ahead and cut it off to make pulling the wire a little bit easier. You will also notice we use an old section of red airline tubing to help fish the wire through. Now that we've got the wire pulled down underneath the vehicle, we will go ahead and route it along where some existing lines run to the back; making sure that we zip tie it along the way, keeping it away from any moving parts, sharp objects, or any areas that may become hot and damage the wire.

Now that we've got the wire run to the back of the vehicle we need to find a location that we can route it into the rear of the trunk. To do this, you will need to remove the center threshold, there is some clips that hold the top center down as well as three push pins on the inside that hold it in place. Use a flathead screwdriver or a body fastener removal tool. Once you have this out of the way, each of the side carpeting has two pushpins that will also need to be removed so you can peel the carpeting back to gain access to the wire as well as the rubber boot. As you will see here we found a rubber grommet that we will be able to put a small slit in and pull the 4-flat through.

To accomplish pulling the 4-flat wire through it, we are going to go ahead and use the air tube again and push it down through the grommet and tape it off to the 4-flat. Now that we've got the wire pulled to the back of the vehicle, we are going to go ahead and use a small section of the wire loom that is supplied with the kit. As you will notice, we also used some electrical tape to help secure the wire loom around the wire. Now we are going to need to go ahead on the fascia00:03:02 wiring harness and remove some of the protective coating. You may need to use a test light and probe the wires while someone runs light functions to figure out which wire does which.

On the driver side here, the green and blue wire is the turn and break signal, and the purple and green are the running lights. Now we will go ahead and move over to the passenger side and repeat the process. On this side the blue and orange wire is the break and turn, and the orange and white wire is the running lights. These are the wires that we'll be making our connections with the diodes. Before we make any cuts to the wire, we are going to go ahead and kind of plan out how we are going to route it. If at all possible, since we came up on the driver side, we are going to try and keep the green wire intact as it will be run over to the passenger side. Next we will measure out and cut off the excess brown and yellow wires from our 4-pull and use this extra wiring to make a pair of jumbo wires. These will go from the factory plug to the diodes in-and-out plugs. We will then split the yellow and brown wires, pulling them apart at the ends and stripping them back. We will add two bud connectors to the ends of the jumpers. Now we will cut our wires that we will be using on the vehicle's harness and strip back both of these as well. We will connect our first jumper, the brown wire, to the running light on the vehicle going towards a plug. We will repeat this for the yellow wire to the break and turn wire on the vehicle. Once those are crimped down, we will wrap them up with some electrical tape. Now we are ready to adhere our diodes into place. We will find a good spot for them, peel back the adhesive on the back, and stick them into place. With that done, we will measure out from the jumper we made for the plug and the diodes, again cutting off the excess and stripping back the ends. On these ends, we will add spade terminals for the diodes. These will be plugged into the out portion of the diode, which goes towards the tail light. We will wrap these up with a little electrical tape. With this done, we will now plug these into the out portion of the diode. From the excess yellow and brown wire we cut earlier, we will make a second set of jumper wires. This time coming from the other side of the vehicle plug, which will be connected to the inside of a diode. We will have yellow bud connectors and spade plugs on the other. We will first connect them to the vehicles harness, then plug them into the diode. With our vehicle's driver side harness taken care of, we will now move on to the 4-pull wire we routed from the front. We'll take the brown and yellow wires from that, strip them back, and add the appropriate spade terminals. Once a spade terminal is on the yellow wire, we will go ahead and plug it in to the in portion of the diode. The brown and running light wire from the harness is a bit different. We'll take the rest of our excess of our brown and yellow wires, completely splitting them apart. We will discard the yellow wire and take the extra brown wire and strip back the end. We will then splice this with the brown wire from the 4-pull, placing the special yellow spade terminal that came with the diode kit. The extra brown wire will be run to the passenger side with the green wire. Our final step on the driver side will be to attach the ground wire to the frame. We will cut off the excess white wire and add a ring terminal. We'll then use a self-tapping screw to attach it to the frame. With all that done, we will move over to the passenger's side and repeat these steps with the green and brown wires. We'll start by replacing the diodes in the proper locations; add spade terminals to the green and brown wires. We'll then cut our vehicle wires and place the appropriate jumpers on them. In this case, the green wire will be to the turn and break signal and the brown wire will again be for the running lights on the passenger side. With our diodes connected and tail lights plugged back in, we can now test our functions to make sure everything is working before we put our trunk area back together. Everything looks good; we can now reassemble the trunk area. If you remember earlier, we went ahead and just left a little extra of the 4-flat u on the vehicle. This particular vehicle does not need the 4-flat wiring; instead, they need a round 4 pin. That's why we are going to install the part number RM-910030-1. To do this we will need to go ahead and cut the 4-flat off on the front and find a suitable location to mount our mounting bracket. As you will see here, we were able to use a couple of self-tapping screws into the bottom of the license plate bracket. With the bracket installed, now we are ready to do our wiring. You want to go ahead and remove the center part of the plug by removing the small Philips head screw and pushing the interior out. On this particular vehicle, we are going to wire the plug where if you are looking straight at it so you see the pins and the nut that we removed the screw from earlier is on top, well be wiring the yellow to the top left, the green to the top right, the white or the ground to the lower left, and the running light or the brown to the lower right. After you've stripped back your 4-flat wiring a little bit, go ahead and make the connections. You want to make sure that you fished the wire through the housing as well as the bracket before you make any of these connections. Once you have all your connections made, go ahead and slide the plug back into the housing. Now we are ready to go ahead and make our connection to the bracket. Now that we've got our plug and our bracket mounted together we will go ahead and use a couple zip ties to help secure up any excess wire that's still located behind the fascia. With that, that will complete the installation of the Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit; part number RM-154 on our 2011 Ford Fiesta. .

Customer Reviews

Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit - RM-154

Average Customer Rating:  ratingratingratingratingrating4.6 out of 5 stars   (19 Customer Reviews)

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: MED01/22/2013

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Installation was relatively straightforward, and the necessary parts were included in the kit. The installation is not technically difficult, but gaining access to some the wiring was somewhat irritating because of the assembly techniques used in modern vehicles. Be prepared for somewhat tedious digging around to get to the wires, and pull enough slack to work with them. Once again, a few extra plastic automotive fasteners and automotive cable fasteners came in handy. They're available at a decent hardware store or Home Depot-like store. 63823

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Don Featherstone08/23/2011

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I received the product and it was exactly what I had ordered, it was easy enough to install by myself. However, the only thing I would caution future buyers on is knowing both your "towed vehicle" and your "tow" vehicle's lighting system. I was a little thrown off by the instructions and how it referred to "combined" and "seperate" light systems. I'm sure if your going to wire your vehicles yourself you'll figure it out as I did.22587

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Bud05/29/2013

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First, I'm impressed by the way Etrailer does business (service, quality, quick shipping, communications etc). As for the kit, it has everything needed to setup your car so it can be towed. In fact, it had more than what was needed for my 1998 RAV4.82345

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Melvyn D01/09/2012

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Product was exactly as ordered. Ordered this item for installation on an '09 HHR to be towed behind our Motor Home. It will eliminate alot of potential lighting problems and appears to be simple to install. Shipping was VERY prompt and I will use "etrailer" again, I'm sure.29364

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Larry M08/14/2013

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If your towing a car or truck behind your motorhome, or coach. This is what the doctor ordered. Is a excellent product made very well and quick and simple. Hook up your tow bar and plug in the light cord. 95018

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: billa09/25/2013

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Had a good experiencxe , in fact cancelled another buy and came to etrailer,hope they cane deliver 101514

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Tom02/09/2013

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Installed the wiring kit and it works great, thank you very much.65563


We are still traveling and enjoying your product.

comment by: Tom - 2/13/2014


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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Dave G.01/31/2013

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Wiring in new cars (very small) is very hard to crimp properly, especially when a trailor package was easily installed.64736

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Joe M.04/08/2012

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Very happy with the wiring kit. I had a local truck accessories dealer install it and they liked it much better than the brand they had been using and plan to switch.36550

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: EARL01/17/2012

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Chuck w03/23/2014

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Good price 121830

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: John J03/23/2014

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Product was as advertising and worked great. The YouTube video from etrailer on how to do the installation was an excellent source. 121802

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Jim S09/27/2012

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Delivered as agreed 55927

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Chris H06/25/2012

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Package arrived as expected. I have not installed it as yet but it is just what I need to make my Jeep Wrangler tow-able!45471

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Jim P.05/14/2012

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Installed ok except, the wiring connectors are junk. I went out and purchased 20 quality crimp-on connectors to do the job. Funny thing is that a good connection is essential to having success installing this product.40395

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: William White12/05/2011

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your shipping was extremely fast.... very dependable.... everything I ordered was correct shipping...keep up the good work... I would purchase from you again.27770

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Dave D.07/26/2011

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Excellent product with easy to follow instructions As always - etrailer has great products, fair prices, and the best customer service of any online retailer. Keep up the great service!! Dave20295

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Mike03/25/2013

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A great wiring kit that works well for protecting both vehicles. Requires more thought than the plug and play kits but atleast you know exactly what you are getting.72412

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Dave08/24/2011

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Arrived a week sooner than I thought it would, excellent experience22714

Ask the Experts about this Roadmaster Tow Bar Wiring
Expert Answers about Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit - RM-154                                            Do you have a question about this Tow Bar Wiring?

  • Center Brake Light/ Third Brake Light Not Working with RoadMaster Universal Tow Wiring Kit RM-154
  • Often times the Center High Mount Stop Light (CHMSL) is on its own circuit. So yes, if you wire the kit correctly, you may not have use of your CHMSL when you tow the CR-V. Most of the time, a CHMSL is not necessary when towing. All of the external magnetic kits do not have a CHMSL included. I cannot say for sure however, as laws vary by state. The best way to make sure your rig is legal on the road would be to call your state Department of Motor Vehicles or State Highway Patrol office and ask t
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  • Will the Brake Lights Over Load when a Brake System Applies Pressure to the Pedal
  • Yes, the brake lights will go on when the Even Brake is applied. The diodes in a typical tail light wiring kit, like part # RM-154, protects the system so that when the Even Brake is activated, it essentially over rides the signal coming from the RV. Since you purchased RM-155, you should not have a problem. The signal from the RV is sent to the bulbs that came with RM-155. The signal that is sent when the Even Brake applies pressure to the pedal goes to the factory brake bulbs. So you should
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  • Will this Wiring Harness Work On A 2001 Honda CR-V Being Towed Behind A Motorhome
  • The wiring harness you will need for your 2001 Honda CR-V to be towed behind your motor home is the RoadMaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit, # RM-154. On your 2001 Honda CR-V that has a 3-wire system (separate brake and turn signals) this wiring kit will use the vehicles brake lights to function as both brake and turn signals. If you want to maintain separate brake and turn signals on your vehicle you will also need to add the Tow Ready Vehicle to Vehicle Taillight Converter, # 118158,
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  • Will the Roadmaster Universal Diode Wiring Kit, part # RM-154, Work to Flat Tow a 2001 Suzuki Vitara
  • To flat-tow your 2001 Suzuki Vitara and use the vehicles running lights, turn signals and brake lights, the Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit, part # RM-154, will work very nicely.
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  • Base Plates, Light Kit, Safety Cables, and Braking System to Flat Tow a 2011 GMC Terrain
  • To flat tow your GMC Terrain, there are several components that you will need. First, you will need base plates installed on the Terrain. The correct base plate kit for your Terrain is # 523163-1. I have included a link to the installation details below. These EZ style base plates are compatible with the Falcon All Terrain to bar # RM-522. I have included a video review and installation detail links below. Next you will need a light kit and safety chains or cables as required by law. For wiri
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  • Wiring and Base Plates Needed To Flat Tow a 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee with a Falcon 2 Tow Bar
  • When using the Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit, item # RM-154, you will need to determine the tail light wiring system on each vehicle. If your motor home has a trailer connector at the rear of the vehicle to start with, or it is a combined system that has the brake and turn signals on the same circuit you will need to use the combined RV to separate towed vehicle wiring diagram, second one down on the RM-154 product page. This is the most likely situation for wiring your Jeep.
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  • How To Wire Separate or 3 Wire System and Third Brake Light For Flat Towing A 2010 Honda Fit
  • To wire your motor home which has a 3 wire system to your 2010 Honda Fit with a 3 wire system, you will need to use the Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit, part # RM-154, as well as Roadmaster Hy-Power Diodes, part # RM-792, which includes 2 diodes. The 2 additional diodes are for the separate turn signals. To install part # RM-154, you will begin by running the 4-way connector from the front to the rear of the vehicle. Then you will need to use a circuit tester, part # 3808, to d
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  • Installation Instructions for the Universal Wiring Kit # RM-154 on a 2004 Honda CR-V
  • Basically you can wire the 2008 CR-V the same as the Jeep Liberty was wired in the video, see link. We have some wiring information for you to review also, this information is the universal to all vehicles and is not vehicle specific to the CR-V. A good circuit tester, item # 3808, or a multi meter, item # BTMT15, is needed to locate the correct wiring to splice into. As far as specific locations for installation of the diodes we have not had the opportunity to install the Roadmaster Unive
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  • Recommend Wiring Kit to Flat-Tow 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
  • For lighting, there are a few options, you could use the Magnetic Towing Light Kit, part # C-ATL20A, which would be good if you do not tow often. These lights attach to your vehicle by magnets. If you plan to tow your Jeep often, I would recommend the item you selected, Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit, part # RM-154, which is a more permanent solution. From the information I found, your Jeep should have a combined tail and turn signal (see FAQ install). I have linked a video
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  • What Wiring Kit and Diodes are Needed When Flat Towing a 2010 Chevrolet HHR
  • Your 2010 Chevrolet HHR has a 2-Way (combined) wiring system which means the brake and turn signals are sent along the same wire. If you will be towing your HHR with a tow vehicle that also has a 2-Way (combined) wiring system, I would recommend the Roadmaster Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit, part # RM-154. This kit will come with wiring and the diodes that are needed to protect the tow vehicle and your HHR by preventing feedback. I am including a few links to FAQ pages on wiring the diodes to your
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  • Wiring 2011 Jeep Wrangler for Flat Towing Behind RV
  • You will indeed need the Roadmaster Brite-Lite vehicle-to-vehicle tail light converter, part # RM-154 in order to install the Hopkins tail light isolating diode system in your Wrangler. If you take a look at the schematic I have provided, you can see how the system is wired. My research shows that the Roadmaster Tail-Light Wiring Kit with Bulb and Socket, part # RM-155 would be compatible with your Jeep, and would be much easier to install. This system uses bulbs wired directly to the trailer
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  • Is a Tail Light Converter Needed to For Tow Bar Wiring on a 2011 Jeep Wrangler Towed by a Winnebago
  • Yes, you will need to install a Roadmaster Brite-Lite Wiring Converter # RM-732 to use this Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit # RM-154 on your Winnebago Vectra with separate wiring to your 2011 Jeep Wrangler with combined tail lights. Check out the picture I attached to see how it will all wire together when you install these products.
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  • Installation of Blue Ox Bulb and Socket Tail Light Kit on 2001 Honda CR-V
  • The wiring can be ran through the vehicle interior if you wish, but doing so will triple or quadruple the install time and complexity. I do not have specific instructions regarding how to do this, but generally speaking you would need to use an existing opening in the firewall (or drill one if there is not an existing opening). The wire would run behind the side kick plate, and under the door thresholds to the rear cargo area. From there, it would run behind the side trim panel in the cargo area
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  • Comparing the Various Wiring Options to Flat Tow a 2012 Honda CR-V
  • First, if you are going to be towing the CR-V frequently a more permanent solution for lighting is more ideal. The bulb and socket kit would be my first choice (# RM-155) because you do not have to cut into the vehicle wiring and it is easier to install. If you do not want to drill into the back of the tail light housing but are not opposed to tapping into the vehicle wiring, you can use a diode kit # 154-792-118158. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view.
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  • Is a Brake Light Relay Required When Using Supplemental Braking on a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
  • A brake light relay is not required for a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. I did check with Roadmaster and they do recommend using a 12 volt power outlet kit, # RM-9332, for any brake system that requires 12 volt power. But a relay is not required on this vehicle.
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  • Wiring Kit to Flat Tow a 2012 Fiat 500 Sport Behind a 2010 Newmar Baystar
  • There are a few options for wiring your 2012 Fiat 500 Sport to flat tow behind the motor home. First, if you will not be towing the vehicle very often, I recommend a magnetic kit, # RM-2100. The next two options are more permanent for frequent flat towing. The first option is a diode kit, # 154-792-118158. The Fiat does have a separate system (turn signal independent of brake lights) so extra diodes are needed which are included with the kit. With this system, you will need to splice into the
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  • Converting 7-Way on Motorhome to Roadmaster Diode Kit 4-Pole on Flat Towed 2012 Ford F150
  • To convert the 7-way on your motorhome to work with the 4-pole plug of the Roadmaster Diode Kit you referenced, you have a couple of options. You could use an adapter like # PK12716 that would plug into the 7-way on your motorhome. You could then plug the umbilical from the towed vehicle into the adapter. This would be a good option if you were not planning on towing frequently. Another option would be to remove the 4-pole flat connector on the truck, and replace it with a 4-pin round con
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  • What Parts are Needed to Flat Tow a Vehicle Behind a 2013 Fleetwood Bounder Class A Motor Home
  • There are 5 items you will need to flat tow a vehicle: base plates for the vehicle, a tow bar that is compatible with the base plates, safety cables, lighting, and supplemental braking. But first, consult the owners manual of the vehicle you want to tow to determine if it can be flat towed and for any other specific information regarding recreational towing. The base plates are vehicle specific so I would need to know the year, make, and model to recommend the proper base plates. I have incl
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  • Diode Wiring Solutions for a Flat Towing a 1991 Suzuki Samarai
  • From the research I did it looks like you have a separate tail light circuit. Which means your turn signals and brake lights are carried on separate circuits. The easiest way to install diodes on your setup would be to use 4 diodes and have it so that the tail lights of your 1991 Suzuki Samarai will operate as a combined circuit, so basically your current brake lights will perform the turn signal and brake light functions. Check out the picture I attached that shows how the 4 diodes of the Ro
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