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Roadmaster Tow Bar Wiring Kit Installation - 2015 Chevrolet Colorado
Hopkins Tow Bar Wiring HM56108 Review
Roadmaster Tail Light Wiring Kit Installation - 2013 Ram 1500
Today on our 2013 Ram 1500 we're going to review and install the Roadmaster taillight ball and socket wiring kit for two bar wiring, part number RM-155. Now here's what our brake light will look like when it's engaged. Next we'll go ahead and show you the passenger side turn signal. Here's what it will look like for the brake light on the driver side. Here's the driver side turn signal. Now to begin our install we need to remove the rear taillights. We'll go ahead and lower the tailgate and locate the two fasteners that secure each taillight.
Custer Tow Bar Wiring C-ATL20A Review
Today, we're going to review part number C-ATL20A. These are the Custer Magnetic Towing Light Kits with the 20-foot cord. This is a nice convenient solution for all your towing and trailer needs. This is designed for towing applications for RVs and boats and even on farm equipment. It's a very easy hook-up and removal with the non-scratch magnetic base. They do have a label on here that tells you just leave the label on so when you put it on, it keeps it from scratching your surface.
Hopkins Tow Bar Wiring HM56204 Review
Today we're going to review part number HM-56204. This is the Hopkins custom taillight wiring kit for towed vehicles. This part includes everything shown here on the table, it will include the wiring harness with the converter and the T-connectors and the length of wire with the four-way and the dust cap all included. The mounting bracket and the installation hardware for the four-way are also included, a ground screw for connecting the ground, some cable ties for taking up any slack in the wiring, or for mounting the converter box, and also a nice package of dielectric grease to apply to all your electrical connections. This part will let you wire your vehicle to accept your RV's tail, brake, and turn signal lights for flat towing. This wires the towed car as a combined system so that the brake and turn signals will travel along the same wire, and it provides this four-way flat plug at the front of the towed car to connect to your motor home. When you install this it does plug in quickly and easily, there's no cutting or splicing of wires.
Hopkins Tow Bar Wiring HM56304 Review
Today we're going to be taking a look at HM56304 this is the Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles. This product is going to fit certain years of the Honda CRV. This system is going to let you wire your vehicle to accept your RV's tail, brake, and turn signal lights for flat towing. It's going to wire towed car as combined system so that brake and turn signals travel along same wires. On this side of the black box we're going to have the 4-way flat plug; this runs up to the front of the vehicle motor home and you'd mount it directly at the center of the vehicle. This is going to be the plug that connects to the motor home. The system's designed to plugs in quickly and easily.
Hopkins Tail Light Wiring Harness Installation - 2010 Honda CR-V
All right, today on this 2010 Honda CR-V, we're going to show you the Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles, part number HM56300. These are the parts that you get with the kit. This is actually a t-connector style electrical harness, so this will fit in between two connection points on your vehicle. In this case, the t-connection with the green wire will go to the passenger side. The one with the yellow will go to the driver side. We'll take a look. This is our diode converter here, and this will take the signals from the RV and send it out to your tail lights.
Roadmaster FuseMaster Fuse Bypass Review
All right, today we're going to show you the Roadmaster FuseMaster fuse bypass, part number RM76511. With this part number this is what you get. This is the actual switch itself right here. It has overall length of 14 inches. It has a fuse holder right here. It does not come with the fuse where this end goes into.
Roadmaster FuseMaster Fuse Bypass Installation - 2010 Honda CR-V
Today on this 2010 Honda CRV, we're going to show you the RoadMaster FuseMaster fuse bypass, part number RM76511. This is what you get with this part number. You get the actual switch and fuse holder. You get an adapter that'll go into your fuse panel and two new ends that, if you need to, will replace these two ends. Also it has a couple labels as well for your switch. We'll go ahead and cut these wires short and add these terminals to them so we can push them right onto our adapter. Strip the wires back, add our terminal ends to it. We can go ahead and put this onto our adapter, we'll slide this on as far as we can.
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