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Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Motorhomes

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This charge line connects to the battery in your RV to allow up to 15 amps to be transferred to your towed vehicle's battery during towing. Requires RM-156-25 be installed in towed car. Call 800-298-8924 to order Roadmaster accessories and parts part number RM-156-75 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Roadmaster products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Motorhomes. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Roadmaster Accessories and Parts - RM-156-75

  • Tow Bar Wiring
  • Battery Charge Line Kit
  • Roadmaster

This charge line connects to the battery in your RV to allow up to 15 amps to be transferred to your towed vehicle's battery during towing. Requires RM-156-25 be installed in towed car.


Features:

  • Allows power from your RV's battery to be used to maintain the charge of your towed vehicle's battery while the car is being towed
    • Transfers just 15 amps to avoid overcharging the car's battery
  • Connects battery to 6-way or 7-way plug at the rear of your RV
    • Requires Roadmaster's vehicle battery line (RM-156-25 - sold separately) if no charge line is present in your towed vehicle
  • Includes 12-gauge wire, split wire loom, circuit breaker, and hardware
  • Made in the USA


156-75 Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Motorhomes

Installation Details RM-156-75 Installation instructions



Video of Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Motorhomes

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Video Transcript for Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Motor Homes Installation

Today we'll be having a look at the Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for motor homes, part number RM-156-75. Okay, with our charge line all hooked up now, this will supply our vehicle that's being towed behind our motor home with 12 volts of power, so the battery in it won't run down while it's being flat-towed. Additionally, if we're hauling just a standard trailer, this will charge the breakaway battery on the trailer, so if the trailer we're to become unhooked, the breakaway battery will have sufficient amount of power to apply the brakes to slow the trailer and stop it safely. This breaker will keep us from having to worry about having to replace fuses on our charge line kit. If, for some reason, there'd become a short and the system would become overloaded, the breaker will flip open and will automatically reset once the problem has been corrected or the breaker has cooled off. It's a quick and simple installation, just one wire to hook up, running from the back of your 7-way connector or your 6-way, depending on the type of connector you're using. Attach it to your breaker then have one lead going to the positive terminal on your battery. Now that we've gone over some of the features, we'll show you how to get it installed.

We're going to use this red wire right here for the charge wire, so we'll strip off some of the insulation, and then we did our charge line, which is the red wire, that went into the terminal marked, AX, for auxiliary, and we'll slide this down. We'll clip it into place til it snaps. Now we'll tighten the wire to clamp up all the way, and we use a 10 millimeter socket and a phillip screwdriver here in order to snug this down the rest of the way. Okay with those snugged down, our 7-way is now securely mounted. All right, so we went ahead and routed our charge line to our vehicle's house battery. It's charged by the alternator so it will be good there.

We secured our wire up to existing wiring harnesses, making sure we kept it out of the way of any moving parts or sources of heat. If you follow a factory wiring harness, more than likely you'll be okay, so there's a wiring harness inside our frame rail. We just followed along that, securing it up with zip ties along the way. The wiring goes through this grommet into the compartment where our battery is stored. Now in our battery compartment here, on our RV, on our case it's behind the driver's side door, we're going to mount our circuit breaker near our battery. Right here, next to the right of our factory circuit breakers will be a great spot.

We'll just use the provided self-tapping screw and secure it in place. You'll see we have one in. We'll do one on the other side too. Now, the wire will need to connect to the auxiliary port on our breaker. That's the silver one.

It's also the top one in our case. I'll measure off how much we're going to need and cut off the excess. We'll strip off some of the insulation here and we'll crimp on one of our small ring terminals. Then we'll remove the nut and place it on. Reinstall the nut. Now in one of the ends of the wire, we just cut off we'll strip off some more insulation and attach the other small ring terminal to it, crimp it down and we'll attach it to the gold terminal on the bottom that's marked, BAT, for battery. We'll measure off how much we're going to need to attach the positive post on our battery, cut off the excess, strip back some insulation, make sure our large ring terminal will fit over there, which it will, stick over the wire and we'll crimp that one down. Before we connect that we're going to tighten down those 2 nuts with a 10 millimeter socket. All right, now we'll take off the wing nut on our positive battery terminal here, place on a ring terminal over the stud and reinstall the wing nut. We'll snug it on down with a pair of pliers. Okay, with that secure, our install is now complete. We'll show you how to test it. We're going to use a trailer simulator here, If you'd like to purchase one of these, you can find one on our website or you can just hook it up to your trailer. Open our door up here, we'll insert our 7-way plug, close the door on over. First thing we're going to check is make sure we have our charge line working on this. We'll flip our gage down here to battery charge and as you can see, we're getting about 12 volts. That means that's working. That completes our look at the RoadMaster Battery Charge Line Kit for motor homes, part number RM-156-75. .


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Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Motorhomes - RM-156-75

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (17 Customer Reviews)

This charge line connects to the battery in your RV to allow up to 15 amps to be transferred to your towed vehicle's battery during towing. Requires RM-156-25 be installed in towed car.

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Simple to install if you know what you are doing. 764805



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Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Motorhomes Item # RM-156-75 Easy install, but suggest that the 12 gauge wire supplied was longer,or had a description as to the length on your website as it was too short for my 30ft MH. I had to purchase additional to complete the job. Otherwise, works like fine, and good price. Thanks, it should save my battery on my Equinox 2018 when towing. 727522



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Not installed yet but had this on my previous RV and it did the job nicely. 722016



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Great product and people to deal with. 714093



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Nice kit as expected, Plenty of hardware and hook-up wire for our 2015 Dodge Dart. Would be nice to include $5 of snap on Red cover in the kit to help protect the hot leads. 706870



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This is also a part i ordered for my tow behind car in order to charge the battery while pulling the car with the A class motor home on a long trip. The item is just what was described on the internet site. I haven't installed this item yet but it seems to be easily done with the instructions provided. I have ordered from Etrailer many time before and have always recieved great help from customer service and their whole crew. I will continue to do business with them in the future. Sincerely, larry Brauer 705485



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2015 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited...kit was complete and easy to install. Still installed and working one year later! 697033



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Ordered 3 parts: RM-156-25; RM-156-75 and DW05745-10. All received very quickly, as is the case when I purchase from etrailer. More importantly, I get a 'live person' when I call for assistance and the service rep. is always knowledgable ( not an answering service that "will have someone call back". Time was spent with me answering all my questions and providing suggestions and opinions when I as for them, related to my project. Great company, great service - keep up the great work! 693891



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Would highly recommend using etrailer for any trailer accessories that are needed. Very friendly staff and shipping is fast and accurate on delivery. 656071



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Very easy to install. Everything needed is included. 639335



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Installed in my motorhome, works great easy to install following instructions provides. No more dead battery in the toad. 594360



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Worked fine easy to install directions were good 594151



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still n the box , did not use it . arrived after I went another route. 590022



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Works as it is supposed to. 586150



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Everything needed is in the box. 575335



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The battery charged kit connected on to our motorhome to charge the battery of our jeep has worked excellent and the installation also was an excellent job we are very happy with our installation. 522735



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This base plate was relatively easy to install (if you're handy and can follow written & video instructions), and is practically invisible when not being used for towing. Everyone at etrailer were helpful and knew exactly which parts were needed, even a year later when I asked about using the same base plate on a newer vehicle. The picture is just after install on my 2017 C-Max. 421005


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Ask the Experts about this Roadmaster Accessories and Parts

  • Recommended Charge Line for Motorhome and Towed Vehicle Battery Connection
    For your charge line, I recommend the Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Motor Homes # RM-156-75 and then for your towed vehicle # RM-156-25.
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  • Where is the 12 Volt Trailer Tow Battery Fuse For the 7-Way on a 2016 Ford F-53 Chassis
    I looked through the owner's manual as well as some wiring schematic for your 2016 Ford F-53 chassis and there is no mention of a 12 volt trailer tow battery feed. After some additional research online it seems as if this circuit was excluded from the F-53 chassis but I am sure the dealer would be able to give you a definitive answer. With that being said, it may be best for you to just run your own charge line from the coach battery to your 7-way. This can be done with the Roadmaster Battery...
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  • Fuse Bypass and Charge Line For 2017 GMC Terrain For Flat Towing
    You would not want to just disconnect the battery for the 2017 GMC Terrain while flat towing because the electric power steering needs to remain active during flat towing otherwise you will experience a harsh unpleasant wobble while towing. According to GM's service bulletin the 2017 GMC Terrain 4 cylinder was experiencing wobble while being flat towed because the original owner's manual required fuse 32 to be removed. They have now changed that to fuse 16 and not 32. It will also require...
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  • Comparing Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kits
    I took a look at the manual for the Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Motor Homes # RM-156-75 as well as the manual for the Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Towed Vehicles # RM-156-25. The kit for towed vehicles specifies 14 AWG wire while the kit for motor homes specifies 12 AWG and I recommend sticking to that gauge wire on both, particularly because it includes the wire with the kit. As far as the breaker terminals there is not a significance in color difference because...
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  • What Scenario Is the Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit # RM-156-75 Designed to Work In
    The Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit # RM-156-75 and products similar to it are designed to keep the battery of the toad vehicle topped off while being flat towed. Typically supplemental braking system draw power from the battery of the tow vehicle to operate which since it's turned off does not have the alternator keeping it charged. These kits are not designed to work in the scenario you described which is almost in reverse. If your concern is batteries getting drained when parked...
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  • Does Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit Connect Straight to Battery on Motorhome
    The Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Motorhomes # RM-156-75 connects directly to the battery on your motorhome though it is wired through a circuit breaker, which comes with the kit. Please keep in mind you will need Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Towed Vehicles # RM-156-25 if the vehicle you are flat towing does not have a charge line.
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  • Does Fuse of 2014 Honda CR-V Have to Be Removed When Flat Towing Even With Charge Wire
    Our # RM-156-75 which is used to charge a tow vehicle's battery when being flat towed wouldn't be enough to leave the fuse left in your 2014 Honda CR-V. Some of the depletion of the charge might be offset, but in the end you always have to go by what the manufacturer of the vehicle recommends.
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  • Length of Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Motorhomes
    The Roadmaster Battery Charge Line for Motorhomes part # RM-156-75 is 30 feet long. It Includes 12-gauge wire, split wire loom, circuit breaker, and hardware
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  • Will Starting Vehicle with Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit # RM-156-75 Connected Damage Anything
    You would not need to worry about damage occurring if you started your vehicle with the Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit # RM-156-75 installed. There would be no need for a diode either. Having an additional 12 volt power source attached to your vehicle while it's running would essentially just be like having a more powerful alternator. Basically it would just be like having more amps present which would not hurt anything.
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    If the circuit for the 12 volt power to the trailer connector is not present on your 2018 Ford F-150 then you can easily run this yourself using the Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit part # RM-156-75. This kit would attach to the 12 volt power wire on the back of your connector and then it would get run up to the vehicle's battery. I have personally not heard of this issue before but if the dealer said the circuit was not present then I would proceed assuming this is correct. I however...
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  • Additional Wire Loom Needed for Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Motor Homes
    If you need some additional wire loom to clean up your recent installation of the Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit # RM-156-75, I recommend using the Wire Loom # 7509-1. This 1/4 inch diameter, split wire loom is sold by the foot so you can order the exact length you are needing.
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  • Adding a Trailer Battery Charge Line to 4-Way Trailer Connector
    To charge your trailer battery from your vehicle, I recommend the Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit # RM-156-75. This can be run to 5 way connection on each side like the Hopkins Endurance 5-Way Flat Trailer Wiring Kit - Vehicle and Trailer Ends - Ergonomic Design # HM47890. This will give you a clean connection of both sides to run to your battery terminals.
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  • Why Does the Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit Come With a Red Wire Instead of Black
    I think you are talking about the Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kits, part # RM-156-75 and part # RM-156-25 which are actually put together by Roadmaster. Generally speaking, automobiles use red for power which is why that is the color of the wire included with the kit whereas trailer's use back. That said, I can assure you this will not have any effect on performance and it won't hurt to use a red wire going to the circuit breaker and a black wire leaving or vice versa.
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  • Recommended Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Towed Vehicles Amperage Transfer at 12V
    It is very normal for the 12V charge line on a vehicle to provide only the voltage that is being provided by the alternator that is not being used by the vehicle itself. The 3.5 volts is not normal but just 3.5 amps would be normal when the vehicle is running. If you want the full 12V power, then you will need to run the # RM-156-75 which will give you 12 gauge wire and allow you to transfer 15 amps to avoid overcharging your Jeep battery.
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    I am not sure if you have already tested the battery charge line circuit on the motorhome's 7-way but if not this will be your next step. If you don't get 12 volts here then there is an issue with this circuit on your motorhome. Aside from tracing the wire back I don't have much to resolve this issue so easiest option would be to just run your own wire with the Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Motorhomes part # RM-156-75. If you do get 12 volts on the battery charge line circuit on...
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  • How to Avoid Battery Drain While Flat Towing a 2013 Honda CR-V
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