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  • Installing Roadmaster Brite-Lite Converter # RM-732 with Roadmaster Tail Light Wiring Kit # RM-155
  • The Roadmaster Brite-Lite Wiring Converter # RM-732 can deliver brighter light output than other brands of similar products. It takes in separate stop and turn signals on 3 wires on its right-hand side and outputs combined stop/turn signals on two wires on its left-hand side. Please refer to the linked photo. The converter wires in upstream of the connector on the MH. The running light circuit from the MH will bypass the converter and go directly to the diodes in kit # RM-155. I have...
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  • Tow Bar Wiring and Trailer Wiring Recommendation for a 2006 Honda CR-V
  • The TrailerMate Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit # TM783130 that you referenced is a very easy to install tow bar lighting kit that has been confirmed to fit your 2006 Honda CR-V. If your supplemental braking system presses the brake pedal of your vehicle and your vehicle will activate it's brake lights when the pedal is pressed with the key off, then yes you will need the brake light relay part # RM-88400. The Trailermate harness comes with a 4-way extension to connect to the trailer...
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  • Can Battery on 2015 GMC Terrain be charged While Flat Towing it Behind a Motor Home
  • Check the owners manual for the vehicle you intend to flat tow because you may or may not have to disconnect the battery to flat tow it. If you do not then it is possible that there is some feature that could drain the battery while in tow. And of course if you do have to disconnect the battery it would not drain. To provide a maintenance charge to the vehicle while in tow you would have to add # RM-765 which will provide a maintenance charge to keep the battery at the charge level it...
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  • Tow Bar Lighting Recommendation for a 2007 Honda Accord
  • I wish we had tow bar wiring that was plug and play for your 2007 Honda Accord, but the best option I can make for your vehicle that won't require any splicing would be a magnetic kit like the part # MT70097, or your other option would be a diode kit that would require quite a bit of splicing like the part # 154-792-118158. I attached a couple help articles on tow bar lighting for you to check out as well.
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  • Will Fuse Bypass Installation be Similar Between 2009 and 2012 Model Years of Honda Fit
  • Yes, since the 2009 and 2012 model years of the Honda Fit are both part of the same second generation the installation of the Roadmaster FuseMaster Fuse Bypass # RM76511 will be essentially identical for the two vehicles. The video for the 2012 model is linked for you. You may also want to refer to the linked article on flat towing a vehicle like your Fit. There are several components required for safe and legal flat towing in most states and all of those items are detailed in the linked...
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  • Tow Bar Wiring Harness for 1997 Jeep Wrangler
  • The trailer wiring harness you referenced, TrailerMate Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit # TM781123, is not a fit for your 1997 Jeep Wrangler but we do have flat towing harness options for you that can be seen on the linked page. Options include magnetic lighting kits, diode kits and bulb-and-socket types like # RM-155. The linked article will help you decide on your preferred option.
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  • Magnetic Flat Towing Light Recommendation with 4-Way Connector
  • They aren't LEDs but the Heavy Duty Magnetic Tow Lights # TL21RK would be your best bet. These have a ton of great reviews and has a 4-way connector like you need. Check out the review video I attached for more info.
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  • Magnetic Flat Towing Light Recommendation that are LED and have 4-Way Flat Connector
  • The bulbs of the Roadmaster Deluxe Magnetic Tow Lights # RM-2100 are incandescent, they are not LED. A better option would be the MaxxTow Magnetic Tow Lights # MT70097. This kit uses LEDs and comes with a 4-way flat already. I attached a review video for you to check out as well.
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow 2013 GMC Terrain Behind Motorhome
  • Yes, our flat towing recommendations are going to be the same for 2013 GMC Terrain as those for the 2012 model. In order to flat tow your Terrain, you will need the 5 basic components. I recommend going with the following: Tow Bar - RoadMaster Sterling All Terrain Tow Bar # RM-576 Base Plate Kit - Roadmaster EZ Base Plate Kit # 523163-1 Safety Cable Set - Included with Tow Bar # RM-576 Tow Bar Wiring - Also included with the Tow Bar Supplemental Braking System - Roadmaster...
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  • Availability of 8 Foot Flat Towing Umbilical with 7-Way on One End and 4-Pole Flat on the Other
  • There's not an available 7-way to 4-pole flat umbilical like what you're looking for, but I do have some easy solutions for you. The Hopkins Nite-Glow 7-way to 5-way flat coiled adapter, part # HM47025 will work with either a 4-pole or a 5-pole trailer connector. It would plug right into the connector at the front of the towed vehicle provided by the Hopkins Towed Vehicle Wiring Harness you referenced, part # HM56302. If the unused socket bothered you, you could cover it with a small...
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  • Do Fuses Need To Be Pulled To Flat Tow a 2011 Ford Flex Behind a Motor Home
  • Thanks for your recent order! The Roadmaster fuse bypass # RM76511 is great because all you need to do is flip a switch to activate or deactivate the fuse. It's not a requirement though and based on my research, your owners manual doesn't say anything about pulling fuses to flat tow your 2011 Ford Flex. I also checked with Roadmaster and fuses don't need to be pulled. It's still a good idea you check your owners manual just in case. I included a helpful article and installation...
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  • TrailerMate 781118 Backfeeding Troubleshooting for a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • I spoke to my contact at Trailermate and he informed me that there are diodes in the TrailerMate Harness part # TM781117 that prevent the RV from back feeding onto the tow vehicle wiring, but there aren't diodes in the kit to prevent the opposite direction of backfeeding. I know this isn't exactly the solution you are looking for, but he recommended you install diodes into the wiring at the 4-way like part # RM-790.
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  • Tow Bar Wiring Recommendation for a 2014 Chevy Equinox
  • Yes, the Trailermate Tow Bar Wiring Kit part # TM780072 that you referenced has been confirmed to fit your 2014 Chevy Equinox so I would recommend it for you. I attached an install video for you to check out as well. I attached a couple help articles on flat towing as well.
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  • Tow Bar Wiring for a 2000 Chevy Tracker to Flat Tow Behind a Motor Home
  • We have a magnetic light kit that plugs into a 6-Way round connector, # SPL30B-6. But I am not sure how that would work with a convertible Chevy Tracker. You could use # HM55999 and cut off the 4-Way flat connector and attach the wires to the 6-Way like # PK11609. The mating 6-Way is # PK11771. But since you already have the 6-Way vehicle end you will just mount it at the front of the Tracker after attach the wires to the back of it. The Sterling tow bar wiring has a matching trailer...
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  • 4-Way Recommendation for Roadmaster Magnetic Tow Lights part # RM-2120 for Connect to Tow Vehicle
  • The Roadmaster Magnetic Tow Lights part # RM-2120 that you referenced will work for you, but you will need to also purchase and wire a 4-way like part # W787264 to the blunt cut wires of the # RM-2120. The 4-way you described on the # RM-2120 plugs in to the 4-way of the light assemblies, and then the wire of that 4-way is left without a connector so that you can wire it up to match the connector of your tow vehicle. In your case you would just need to wire up the # W787264 to it and...
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  • Tow Bar Wiring Recommendation for a 2007 Jeep Liberty
  • For your 2007 Jeep Liberty the tow bar wiring harness is the # HM56203, the # HM56204 is for the newer generation Liberty that starts in 2008. To determine if you would also need the brake light relay part # RM-88400 (price at link below) you will need to answer the following questions: Are you using a supplemental braking system that depresses the brake pedal in your towed car? No - You do not need a brake light relay. Yes - You may need a brake light relay. Continue on to...
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  • Experiencing Battery Drain When Flat Towing 2013 Chevrolet Spark
  • Since the owner's manual isn't clear as to which fuse will disable the accessory relay in your 2013 Chevrolet Spark, I have a couple options for you. You could contact your local Chevrolet dealer to see if they can provide this information for you or you could run a 12V battery charge wire, like # 10-1-1, which would provide a maintenance charge to the battery on the Spark. I would just need to know what type of connector is on your tow vehicle, as well as the one on the front of the Spark,...
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  • Recommended Wiring Harness Option for Flat Towing 2015 Ford Explorer
  • For your 2015 Explorer, you'll need to hardwire a flat towing wiring harness into place. I'd recommend the Hopkins Universal Flat Towing Taillight Wiring Kit, part # HM55999. The wiring harness would splice directly into the taillight circuits of your Explorer, as demonstrated in the video I've linked. The video shows the harness being installed on a Honda CR-V, so the wire colors you splice into will be different, but the video should still give you a good idea of what the install will...
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  • Is TowDaddy AutoFUSE Automatic Fuse Disconnect # TD704 Needed to Flat Tow 2013 Chevrolet Spark
  • Some towed cars require that you pull a specific fuse to keep the battery from being drained during towing. This fuse must then be reinserted when you want to drive your car. The TowDaddy AutoFUSE Automatic Fuse Disconnect for Towed Vehicles, # TD704, eliminates this procedure by automatically bypassing a vehicle's ATC/ATO fuse, when your towed car is hooked up to your RV, so you can tow your car without draining it's battery. I took a look at the owner's manual for the 2013 Spark and...
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  • Trailer Wiring Recommendation for a 2015 Ford Explorer
  • If your 2015 Ford Explorer has the tow package I have a trailer wiring option for you that won't require any splicing, but the # HM56001 would not be the correct kit. Instead you would want the # C56172. If you don't have the tow package you will need to splice your taillight wiring to install the correct kit. For that you would want the part # 56146KIT.
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