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Roadmaster 7-Wire to 6-Wire Straight Cord Kit - 6-1/2' Long

Roadmaster 7-Wire to 6-Wire Straight Cord Kit - 6-1/2' Long

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Easily and effectively connect your motor home to your towed vehicle with this water-, oil- and chemical-resistant electrical cord. Perfect for RoadMaster's All Terrain tow bars and tow bars with cable channel guides. Call 800-298-8924 to order Roadmaster accessories and parts part number RM-98146-7 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Roadmaster products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Roadmaster 7-Wire to 6-Wire Straight Cord Kit - 6-1/2' Long. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Roadmaster Accessories and Parts - RM-98146-7

  • Tow Bar Wiring
  • Extension
  • Roadmaster
  • 7 Blade to 6 Round
  • Straight Cord

Easily and effectively connect your motor home to your towed vehicle with this water-, oil- and chemical-resistant electrical cord. Perfect for RoadMaster's All Terrain tow bars and tow bars with cable channel guides.


Features:

  • Adapter cord can be used for multiple towing applications
    • Perfect for running power from your RV - with the 7-pole - to your towed vehicle or trailer
  • Straight cord model is ideal for all-terrain tow bars and other tow bars that have channel guides
  • Silicone-injected plugs prevent corrosion
  • Electrical cord is resistant to water, oil and chemicals
  • Cord has 7-way trailer connector installed
    • 6-Way trailer connector (included) is uninstalled so you can match the wiring on your towed vehicle or trailer
    • 6-Way socket also included
      • Socket mounting bracket is included
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Length: 78"
  • Wire gauge: 16


98146-7 Road Master 7-Wire to 6-Wire Straight Cord Kit - 78" Long





Video of Roadmaster 7-Wire to 6-Wire Straight Cord Kit - 6-1/2' Long

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Roadmaster Universal Diode Wiring Kit Installation - 2018 Jeep Cherokee

Speaker 1: Today on our 2018 Jeep Cherokee we're going to be installing Roadmaster's universal diode kit. Part number RM-152. Along with this we'll be using Roadmaster's seven wire to six wire straight cord, part number RM-98146-7.This diode kit is going to allow your RV to send its brake, turn, and tail lamp signals to the lights on your vehicle. This will allow vehicle behind you to know what you're about to do, and it will keep you in compliance with local laws.Here we are in our RV, and all of our signaling devices are going to activate back on our vehicle. It activates our left turn on both the RV and on our vehicle. The same happens with our right turn, our brake lamps, and our tail lamps.Along with this diode kit, it's going to come with a six pole connector, and a cable that goes from six pole to seven pole so you can hook it to your RV.

This is great not only for the diode kit in getting your signaling devices, but it acts as an interface that will connect your RV to your vehicle for other systems such as a braking system or any other signal image you may want to provide to your vehicle.This diode and wiring kit connects to the tail lamp circuits here at the back of your vehicle. The diodes keep the circuits separate from your factory wiring, so you don't have to worry about any interference between the two circuits.What's great about this type of kit is that it's installed in the vehicle and always ready to go when you hook up.So some of those other systems we have to put lights on top of the vehicle. You don't have to worry about forgetting to do that or one falling off, it's always there and ready.We'll begin our installation here at the back of the vehicle by removing both tail lights. We'll start by removing the two bolt on our passenger side using a T30 torque socket.Once you remove both bolts, you'll jut want to pull rearward to release it from the two tabs here. If you're having difficulty removing it, you can use a plastic pry tool to give yourself a little extra leverage.Now we're going to test to make sure which one's which on our wires.

We're going to need to find our turn signal, brake signal and our tail lights.On this vehicle, the turn signal and the brake lights are the same light. And we check our white and yellow wire, and we have our turn and brake signal. And then the wire next to it, the white and gray wire provides us with our tail lamp signal.And you're going to repeat the same process on the other side. On our driver side, the yellow and white wire is for your tail lights. And the white and green wire is going to be for your brake lamps and your turn signal.So now remove both of the tail lamp assemblies from the connectors by pressing on the tab here and pulling outward.

We can then set it aside and we'll do the same on our other side. We're now going to take a piece of air line tubing, run it down the backside of the bumper, feeding it so we come out of the bottom side.Now we'll tape our wiring, and our kit to the line that we just fed down. And we'll use that to feed our wiring back up into our tail light area. Strip back some of the sheathing on your little wire harness on the vehicle just so we can access the wires to tap into them. We can now cut it so we can splice into it.

You want to make sure you leave yourself a little room on both sides.Cutting our yellow wire 'cause that's our tail lamp wire on our driver side. And our white and green wire 'cause that's our turn signal wire on our driver's side.Well now need to take the wiring that we ran up, snip back the ends to separate each color. You're going to want to peel back quite a bit of the green wire as this one is going to be run across to the other side.You're also going to want to peel back the white wire, 'cause that we run underneath the ground. And then we'll just need to peel back a little bit of the yellow and brown just to separate them so we can make our connections.The brown wire is for our tail lights. We'll need to use the same wire on both sides to tap into our tail lights. You can use some of the excess white wire to run from one side to the other. However, to keep everything color coded, we're going to be using some additional brown wire.To get that brown wire fed back up to our tail light so we can run it from one side to the other, we're just taping it right to the wire that we already ran to the tail light and we'll just pull it up using the wire.Now strip back each of the wires that we have up here at the tail light. We can then twist both the round wires together and connect it using the yellow terminal off of one of our diodes.We'll then connect one of the blue terminals to the yellow wire, and then we'll connect blues to each of the remaining wires. We'll now connect the diodes. The out on your diode is going to go towards the connector in, so we'll start by plugging it into the white and green wire. We'll then plug in the other end of the white green wire to one of the ends. And since the white and green wire is our turn signal and brake lamps, we'll be plugging the yellow wire into the other end.We'll now connect our other diode in a similar fashion. We'll plug the out into the connector end. The white and yellow wire. We'll plug the other end of the white and yellow wire into one side of the diode.This time we're going to plug the brown wires that we have to our yellow connector here into the other end of the diode.You can now peel back the adhesive backing on each of your diodes and find a location to stick them to. There's not really a good suitable location to pry them to, you can just stick the two together.We can now reinstall our driver side tail lamp assembly. Go ahead and plug the connector back in. Then reinstall your tail lamps.Now we're here on our passenger side. We're going to do our fish wire trick again and push our air line tube down, as we're going to be using this to feed up the green and brown wire.We're now underneath the vehicle. We took our brown and green wire. We ran it across the bumper. We're now going to connect it to this pull wire and pull it back up so we can make our connections on our tail light.We're going to cut our white and yellow wire, 'cause that's for our turn and stop lamps. And the white and gray wire as it's for our tail lights. And then we're going to strip back all ends of each wire including the ones that we just ran up.Then connect one blue terminal on each end of the wire you just stripped back. We'll then connect the out to the connector side of the white and gray wire. We'll connect the other end of the white and gray wire back to the end on our diode, and we'll connect the brown wire to the other end on our diode.Take the other diode, plug the out into the connector end of the white and yellow wire. Plug the other end of the white and yellow wire into the end. And plug the green wire that we ran up into the other end.You can again peel back the adhesive backing and stick the two together. We're now ready to reinstall our tail light assemblies.We'll now connect our white wire which is going to go to ground. We'll there's a location just on the frame rail we can remove a bolt, crimp on the ring terminal that came with the kit, and then run that bolt back in.So we'll go ahead and get a rough length of what we need, about there. Trim off the excess white wire, strip it back and install the small ring terminal that came in the kit.We can then remove the bolt with a 13 millimeter socket, slide on our ring terminal, and reinstall it.We can now take the rest of our wire. We're going to route it underneath our vehicle up to our engine compartment. When routing the wire you want to avoid any hot objects such as your exhaust, or moving components such as your steering and suspension.I'm going to route this wire now and then I'll show you how I ran it. We went ahead and routed our wiring following the factory wiring, up over our rear suspension, down next to our fuel tank, going alongside the fuel tank, up into the under shield here. To get it up in the under shield I did take out some of the bolts on the side here to poke it in. You'll need a 10 millimeter socket for these two bolts and a 3 millimeter socket for the one here at the front. Then we came right out here at the front. We're going to do our fish wire pull trick again to get that wire up into our engine compartment.Take our piece of air hose again. We're going to run it down behind our fuse box, back towards the firewall underneath the vehicle. Then connect it to our air line hose just like we did before with some electric tape. Pull it back up.Now we've got our wire in our engine compartment. So we can route it up to our six way in the front. And now while you can just run this wire straight along the bottom all the way up to the front, it's best if you're into the engine compartment, if you're deciding on installing a braking system, or if you're deciding maybe in the future you want to upgrade, having them in the engine compartment here will make it much more easier 'cause you'll need to tap into these for your braking system.Now we're routing our wire up to the front so we can connect it to our six way. Make sure you leave yourself a little bit of excess here in the compartment so you can tap into those if you are doing the braking system.The best time to install this wiring is when you're installing your base plate. 'Cause you already have the fascia off, so it will make it much easier to install our wire. We just put this base plate on here, so we've gone ahead and lift the fascia off so we can make this much easier.Now here we've got a long bracket, part number 18136. We're going to be using this to mount our six pole connector. And also our breakaway switch. Now with it coming straight out like this you would have to trim a lot of the bumper off, so before we do that we're going to bend this bracket a bit to also bring it back in so it doesn't stick out so far, but also drop it down so we can minimize the trimming we need to do on the bumper.We placed our bracket in a vice so we can bend it over and manipulate the way we want it to be shaped. I'm going to go ahead and bend that now and I'll show you the shape that we're looking for at the end.So we've gone ahead and bent our bracket so it angles it down and then back out drawing it in closer to the vehicle, and also dropping it down so we don't have to modify our bumper as much.And then drill out two holes with a quarter inch drill bit. This will allow us to use some self tappers to thread it into our bumper.We now want to position our bracket and location where it's not going to be in the way of our license plate bracket, or the solid plastic that's going to run around our base plate. This way it's going to stick out in the mesh grill area.So you want to line up the edge of your long bracket with this hole here. Then run some self tapping screws, which you can buy here at etrailer.com, up into the bottom of the bumper.Now mount our six way bracket, slide the bolts down on the top and thread the nuts on the bottom. We're using the hardware from the long bracket kit to do this. There is hardware included with your diode and wiring kit. However these are black, so it will match a little better than the chrome bolts.We'll then tighten them down with a 10 millimeter socket. We can now connect our wiring. Take the rubber boot off the back of your six way connector. Slide that over your wiring. Route your wiring through the bracket, take your snips to separate each colored wire. Now strip back each end then we'll connect it to our six pole.We'll start with the white wire, which is our ground wire. So you'll unscrew the screw where it's labeled GD. Slide the white wire in, and then thread the screw back down. And then do our brown wire, just the one labeled TM. This is for our tail lights.And lastly we'll do our brake turn signal wires. The green is for the passenger side or thee right side. That will go in the one labeled RT. The yellow is for the driver side, or the left side. That will go in the one labeled LT.Now we do have some excess wire. This is okay. We can tie this up and we'll have it just in case we need it for future repairs.We can now put our seal back on. Before we put that all the way back on you want to put some dielectric grease around our connections to make sure it keeps that moisture and prevents corrosion.Then we can take some silicon, put a little bit around this edge to seal it tight. Slide your rubber boot on, then we'll take the back end and we're going to pack that with some silicon.We can now take the hardware provided with the six way connector, slide the screw through the front, and then thread the nyloc nut on the back. Then tighten it down with a Philips head screwdriver and a 10 millimeter socket.Now you can plug it into your tester or your RV, operate your lights and verify that everything is working properly at the back of your vehicle.Here we have our right turn, left turn, brake lamps, and tail lamps. So as you can see here, our left hand signal is working properly. But if you have a braking system installed in your vehicle and it applies to brakes, it's going to override your turn signal. So the people behind you they won't know what you're trying to do.So we're going to be installing a brake light rear light that will disable your brake lights from your vehicle when the vehicle is in its tow position. We'll be using part number RM-88400 to accomplish this.So you've got your diode kit installed, now you need to prepare your cable so you can hook it to your RV.Now on our vehicle we're going to be using this Falcon tow bars. So before you want to install your cable end, you want to run it through the tow bars.On this tow bar, this will be the RV side, this will be the vehicle side. You want to put it on the tow bar that corresponds with the side your connector is on. Since ours is on the driver side, we'll be running it through this channel.After you've got your wire fed through, we'll prepare our end. Go ahead and take out the large screw in the back using a Philips head screw driver. Then take out the spacer. Note which way it comes out, that the square cut out is on top and the rounded edge is down. And then take out the small screw located in the front of the terminal ends.Once you remove that screw you can separate the housing from the connector end. We'll slide the housing over our wiring and now we'll start making our connections. G is still going to stand for ground, and we'll hook our white wire there.Then starting from the white wire going clockwise around, the next wire is labeled L for left turn, which is the yellow wire. Then it would be R for right turn, which is the green wire. S for stop signal, which is your blue wire. T for tail lamp, which is your brown wire, and lastly your power wire goes in the center, which is your black wire. We'll go ahead and get those connected now.After all the wires are connected use some dielectric grease to seal up the ends. This will hold up any moisture and prevent corrosion.After you've got everything connected, slide the housing back over the connector end, and reinstall the small screw. Then take your lock down for your sheathing, put it with the curved edge facing down, and reinstall the set screw.So in summary, to get our 2018 Jeep Cherokee towed behind our RV, we used Roadmaster's EZ5 Base Plate, Roadmaster's tow bar wiring kit, SMI's Stay-IN-Play DUO braking system, Roadmaster's Brake Light Relay, Roadmaster's Falcon tow bars, Roadmaster's safety chains, and Roadmaster's High-Low adapter.And that completes our installation of Roadmaster's diode kit on our 2018 Jeep Cherokee.


Customer Reviews

Roadmaster 7-Wire to 6-Wire Straight Cord Kit - 6-1/2' Long - RM-98146-7

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (11 Customer Reviews)

Easily and effectively connect your motor home to your towed vehicle with this water-, oil- and chemical-resistant electrical cord. Perfect for RoadMaster's All Terrain tow bars and tow bars with cable channel guides.

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Just arrived here. Opened the box and liked the quakity. Plan to install next weekend. 600687



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Fantastic product! Easy to install. 566490



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Works Great. 544311



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Excellent service!! My order was received early and the follow up was great! Thank you 470747



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Fits nicely in my Roadmaster tow bar. Works well. Still looks like new after 1 year of service. 454810



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Needed a replacement wire harness for towing. Ordering process and delivery of harness went smoothly. 434688



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No problems with it. 308849



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I ordered several Roadmaster components from etrailer.com to set up my 2014 Honda CRV as a toad. I can't say enough about how helpful etrailer's website is with all of their product review videos and installation videos. Their customer support is also top notch. Regarding this component (Towbar Wiring Harness), its good quality. I would have preferred a metal plug end for the 7 pin connector (like the other end of the 6 pin connector) but perhaps there is a reason it is plastic. Be careful not to screw in the set screw too deep as it will start to distort the plastic housing. The other recommendation is for Roadmaster to change the wire color key on the directions for the 7 pin. While the wires were prewired correctly, the schematic is wrong relative to the wire colors. Etrailer's tech information has a much clearer schematic for a 7 pin plug than what is provided by Roadmaster. All in all, this harness fits nicely in my Roadmaster Falcon All Terain tow bar channels and is the correct length. 234528



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This is the second time I have used them for parts needed, and have been extremely pleased. Great service, prompt attention given to both orders, didn't need expedited service or delivery because they came quick and easily . I would highly recommend this company. 199653



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I have used this product before on other tow viehicles and it has worked well for us, I bought it again, says it all. 72404



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