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Roadmaster Automatic Battery Disconnect with Switch for Towed Vehicle w/ Supplemental Braking System

Roadmaster Automatic Battery Disconnect with Switch for Towed Vehicle w/ Supplemental Braking System

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Conveniently disconnect your battery so that your vehicle can be flat towed per manufacturer instructions. System with switch charges your towed car's battery during towing to prevent dead battery and maintain charge for accessories. Call 800-298-1624 to order Roadmaster accessories and parts part number RM-766 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Roadmaster products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Roadmaster Automatic Battery Disconnect with Switch for Towed Vehicle w/ Supplemental Braking System. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Roadmaster Accessories and Parts - RM-766

  • Tow Bar Wiring
  • Auto Battery Disconnect
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Conveniently disconnect your battery so that your vehicle can be flat towed per manufacturer instructions. System with switch charges your towed car's battery during towing to prevent dead battery and maintain charge for accessories.


Features:

  • Lets you easily disconnect your battery so that your vehicle can be towed behind your RV
    • Can only be used on vehicle on which battery must be disconnected for towing
    • Includes switch for installing in the towed vehicle
    • Consult your owner's manual
  • Eliminates inconvenience and the potential danger of pulling your battery cable
  • Operates with switch
  • Includes a corrosion-resistant, marine-grade solenoid with 200-amp constant duty and 600-amp surge
  • Works with almost any 12V battery
  • Comes pre-assembled for easy installation


Notes:

  • Disconnecting the battery, whether manually or with the Roadmaster automatic disconnect, will affect your vehicle's electronics. You will need to reset various electrical components in your vehicle following use of this product.
  • Not for use with diesel engine vehicles, due to the high compression ratio of diesels the engine can surge up to 10 times that of a gasoline engine at start up and can cause the solenoid to fail.
  • A charge line, (RM-156-25 - sold separately), is a good idea if you have a braking system that is using power from the towed vehicles battery while it is disconnected.


766 Road Master Automatic Battery Disconnect

Replaces 765

Installation Details RM-766 Installation instructions

This Product Fits The Following Vehicles





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Roadmaster Automatic Battery Disconnect with Switch for Towed Vehicle w/ Supplemental Braking System - RM-766

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (115 Customer Reviews)

Conveniently disconnect your battery so that your vehicle can be flat towed per manufacturer instructions. System with switch charges your towed car's battery during towing to prevent dead battery and maintain charge for accessories.

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The battery disconnect installation instructions were clear and the installation went well in my 2018 Chevrolet Colorado ... in spite of the kit missing a few pieces like a second star washer for connecting the two battery cables and the second piece of protective tubing. I covered the exposed energized solenoid terminals with electrical tape to prevent an potential inadvertent short in the future when working under the hood. Works as designed so far.


Comments
I towed the Colorado from Maine to Arizona last winter and the battery disconnect worked well for the entire trip. It made preparing the truck for towing and driving very easy!
Mike - 07/01/2020


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I received the Roadmaster remote battery disconnect in a timely manner and had it installed in my 2016 Chevy Colorado by a local RV dealer. I used it for the first time this week and it worked like a charm. I didn't lose any of my preset radio stations or any other data that I know of. Pushing a button on the dash is a lot easier than disconnecting and reconnecting battery cables.


Comments
Still working just fine.
Robert M - 09/09/2017



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The RM-766 is a solid piece of hardware and comes with absolutely everything required for the install, right down to the "Tow" and "Drive" stickers for the switch. I use it to disconnect the battery in my 2016 Ford Edge 3.5L AWD, to help make it flat towable behind my RV. It works great and I do not have to open the hood and mess with battery cables while travelling. I like it.


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There have been absolutely zero problems with this switch so far. Works like a charm.
Herbert M - 07/13/2018



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I have a 2014 Silverado that I wanted to tow with my RV. In order to tow GM calls for the battery to be disconnected. This was the only product that I fond that would do what I wanted. It is slightly over priced in my opinion but it does the job. I have attached it to my aftermarket air box and ran the switch under the hood release. This way I can use the remote to unlock the doors when I am ready to unhook.



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i've been towing my gmc canyon for the past year .we have gone to ky., mn.,fl.,and mo. with no problems. the towing package i bought was and easy install and took just a few hours by following the instructions. it was money well spent.


Comments
great!
lupe v - 04/04/2021


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I gave each and every one of the items I purchased a 5star rating because they each have contributed greatly to my confidence and sense of security about full-time RVing in my Class C rv towing my little car behind. Each product has been well made and thought out and the service from etrailer has been great....from price to shipping and packaging. I couldn't be more pleased with everything. Job well done. Thank you.



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Installation and function have been without issue.



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Works great! Easy to install.



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Wow!!! So very impressed with this company!!’ Haley helped me by phone make sure everything I ordered was right for my RV and Smartcar (tow bar, base plate, battery shutoff and wiring). It came quick and the quality of the products (Blue Ox) are outstanding. Highly recommend this company!! Thank you for helping me!!



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This thing works PERFECT. thanks for the fast shipping as well A+ job guys!


Comments
Still working like a dream, zero problems one year later, thats for a great product
Rick V - 06/16/2021


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It is working very well. I would recommend it.



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I bought this product because to tow my GMC Canyon I have to disconnect the battery and I didn't want to have to get under the hood every time I hooked up and unhooked the vehicle. This product was easy to install, especially with the on-line video. The only mishap I had was the video said to use a 1/4" drill bit to drill pilot holes for the two sheet metal screws that mount the solenoid onto the inside fender. This makes the holes the same diameter as the screw threads and they won't bite. I had to re-drill new holes with a slightly smaller drill bit. The kit did include two 1/4" nuts and bolts to use instead if you access with your fingers to the backside for placement of the nut. I could use the forward hole for the nut/bolt but the rear hole I had to use the sheetmetal screw as it is a double panel. I wasn't comfortable with the two positive terminals on the solenoid being in a location, where when working in the engine compartment, tools can accidentally touch the positive terminal and the solenoid housing and create a spark. I fashioned a piece of inner tube cut in a rectangle and mounting it above the solenoid onto the sidewall, cut a hole for the top plastic cone to stick thru and it now lays over the solenoid covering the terminals enough where accidental contact is minimized.



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Easy installation



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Have not had any problems with this device , I done research prior to buying it .



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Great company. Always responsive to the customer's needs. Had a needed part sent overnight. Arrived ib 16vhours after order was placed. Allowed for us to begin our journey as fulltime RVers as scheduled.



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Easy to order, fast delivery, highly re commend.



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This product is much improved over the video that I watched prior to ordering the product. It does not require 3 wires, but 2 wires. The wires are already connected to the solenoid so there is no need to strip wires and clamp on connectors. The switch is a simple push on-off so no stickers are needed to be placed inside the car. Overall it was very simple to install and works great. Only draw back was getting the 2 wires through the firewall. The video showing how to accomplish that task could have been significantly better. 5 second mention of rubber grommet was not enough to help accomplish this task. Bottomline. GREAT product.



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The instructions were good and they were detailed. The product works as advertised. The button is made so it would be difficult for it to be pushed accidently in most places where it might be installed. The greatest difficulty for me was getting nuts on the mounting bolts for the solenoid. Also, my 2014 Jeep Wrangler had three wires attached to the positive battery post so it was not that straight forward attaching all three to the battery cable. A larger diameter piece of shrink wrap would have helped in this case.



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Everything there and arrived early



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Easy to install. My wife gets our tow vehicle ready to roll. She would not disconnect the battery cable. Now all it takes is a flip of the switch! Happy with this battery disconnect product.


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Our battery disconnect works perfectly every time. Makes preparation for towing much easier
Mike H - 08/24/2018



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As always, etrailer can be depended upon to process, and ship the order right away. I need to disconnect the battery from my Chevy Colorado to flat tow it. The Road Master RM-766 seemed like the most convenient way to disconnect the battery. The unit is easy to install. The instructions are very generic, however in my case there was a video specific to this vehicle that provided a great resource for mounting and hookup. The only thing I am concerned about is the disconnect switch itself - I think it should be more of a "deeper" switch where more movement is required to make contact - a little concerned that it could be inadvertently activated.



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The tow bar wiring kit fits well on my Jeep Wrangler and was easy to install. Always great dealing with etrailer, their customer service is excellent. They give great suggestions and guidance on the right products for your needs. They are a fantastic resource...saving you both time and money.



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Purchased the RM-766 battery disconnect for my 2017 Chevy Suburban. The installation video was a huge help. The kit has changed slightly from what is shown in the video, but it was easy to figure out. The whole installation took about 1.5 hours. Works like a charm. etrailer makes it easy to get what you need and they get it to you quick. Great Experience all the way around.



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Sold and installed by etrailer. This battery cutout was necessary to tow our Jeep. It works as advertised and the installation work done by etrailer is neat and tidy. Top marks!



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Installed in 2016 Ford Edge Titanium. Had to buy additional cable connectors that were not included in the kit and instructions did not specify they were required. I would have given 5 stars if it was at least mentioned in the instructions.


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