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Roadmaster Tail Light Wiring Kit Installation - 2015 Ford Fiesta
Male: Today our 2015 Ford Fiesta ST hatchback. We'll be installing the Roadmaster Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles. It's an LED bulb and socket, part number RM-152-LED. This is completely independent from your vehicle wiring, so you don't have to tap into your factory wiring. It's an auxiliary bulb that goes into the tail light housing. This provides proper lighting functions to your vehicle while flat-towing a car without putting any tress on your factory wiring. Okay, here's what our kit consists of. We have our two LED bulbs, here, which will go into our tail light assemblies.
Roadmaster Diode 7 to 6 Wire Coil Kit Installation - 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
Today on our 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited we'll be installing the Roadmaster Diode seven-wire to six-wire Flexo-coil wiring kit, part number RM-15267. All right, here's what the wiring looks like installed. As you can see it doesn't take up very much space on the front of the vehicle at all, tucks up nicely out of the way. This will allow us to safely flat-tow our vehicle behind our RV and have all of our factory lighting functions still work. We don't have to worry about using magnetic tow lights or having an extra set of lights added to the vehicle to tow it. This utilizes the factory light bulbs already in the vehicle utilizing diodes.
Custer Tow Bar Wiring LIWSR1-7B Review
Take a look at the Custer Lite-it Magnetic Smart-Rider Wireless LED Tow-light with the 7-way blade connector. This wireless LED tow-light is very simple, lightweight and easy to use. It is a magnetic installation. There are no straps to fumble with. You just grab it, set it, and go. It uses these low profile magnets down here that have 90 lbs of pull.
Roadmaster Tail Light Wiring Kit Installation - 2017 Chevrolet Spark
Today in our 2017 Chevrolet Spark, we'll be installing the road master taillight wiring kit for towed vehicles, LAD socket part number RM-152-LED.Speaker 2: All right, here's what our light looks like installed. This towed vehicle lighting system's great because it isolates our towed vehicle lighting system completely from vehicle's factory lights. It doesn't tie in any of the wiring at all. If you have any electrical problems over RV it won't cause any damage at all to our vehicle's expensive lighting circuits. The system's also great because the lights we put in are LED so they're brighter and they'll last a very long time. You won't have to worry about changing a bulb out more frequently.
Roadmaster Diode 7 to 6 Wire Coil Kit Installation - 2007 Chevrolet HHR
Today in our 2007 Chevrolet HHR, we'll be installing the Roadmaster Diode 7 wire to 6 wire flexo-coil wiring kit, part number RM-15267. Here's what a wiring kit comes with. Most importantly, we have our connector here. This will be our umbilical between our RV and our vehicle in tow. The 7 way goes towards the 7 way on the back of the RV, and the 6 way here will go to the front of our vehicle right here on this connector. This will allow us to have all of our lighting circuitry on the vehicle work in conjunction with the motor home, and because this uses diodes, there's no extra bulbs and sockets.
Roadmaster FuseMaster Fuse Bypass Switch Installation - 2016 Honda Fit
Today on our 2016 Honda Fit, we're going to be showing you how to install the Road Master Fuse Master dual fuse bypass switch for towed vehicles, rated for use with up to two 20 amp ATM mini fuses. The part number is RM76512. All right now, here's what our Fuse Master is going to look like. It's a really straightforward kit. This is going to solve the problem that we often have when we want to haul our vehicle behind our motor home and we have to pull out several fuses. This is a dual bypass, so this is going to take care of two fuses for us. The fuses can be rated all the way up to 20 amps, so it should take care of most applications.
Roadmaster Diode Flexo-Coil Wiring Kit Installation - 2016 Ford F-150
Today in our 2016 Ford F-150, we're going to be showing you how to install the Roadmaster 7-wire to 4-wire Flexo-Coil Wiring Kit with diodes. Part number is RM-15247. Now, our wiring installation, it's going to begin well before we start putting diodes in and things. We're going to get our main wire ran right up here to the front of the vehicle with the bumper off of the truck, that way we're not trying to fight in behind there and just cause ourselves headaches. I'm going to go in right here by the air box. I'm going to push my wire up this direction, we'll bring it out in here over to here. Some of the zip ties will be good to have handy, that way when you do find the correct location you're going to be running this, you can get that zip tied off.
Roadmaster Tow Bar Wiring RM-2100 Review
Today we're going to take a look at the Roadmaster deluxe magnetic tow lights with the four pull round connectors. Now the law will usually require that all towed cars will have functional signal and brake lights and sync with the RV that's towing them, so most wiring kits require you splice them to your vehicle's wiring system, but doing this can void your manufacturer's warranty. That's why a magnetic tow light like this will avoid that problem by having the wiring run underneath your car and plug into your power source. There's no splicing required. This part will allow you to legally tow your car without having to tap into its wiring. Eliminates the risk of electrical damage to the towed car. Now these lights we'll attach securely with the large polished magnets on them.
Roadmaster Tow Bar Wiring RM-2120 Review
Today we're going to take a look at the Road Master Standard Magnetic Tow Lights. Now the law does require that all tow cars will have functional signal and brake lights in sync with the RV that's towing them, but most wiring kits will require to splice into your vehicle's electrical system, but doing this could void the manufacturer's warranty on the vehicle. Now these magnetic tow lights like these will avoid this problem by having the wiring run underneath your car and plug into your power source. There's no splicing required. This will basically allow you to legally tow your car without having to tap into it's wiring. It does eliminate the risk of any electrical damage to the towed car.
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