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Tow Ready Battery Isolation Solenoid

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This battery isolation solenoid shuts off the 12-volt feed from your vehicle battery to 12-volt accessories on your trailer when the ignition is turned off. This lets you run the trailer's electrical components without draining your battery. Call 800-298-8924 to order Tow Ready accessories and parts part number TR118665 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Tow Ready products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Tow Ready Battery Isolation Solenoid. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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This battery isolation solenoid shuts off the 12-volt feed from your vehicle battery to 12-volt accessories on your trailer when the ignition is turned off. This lets you run the trailer's electrical components without draining your battery.


Features:

  • Hard-wired, 3-pole solenoid switches off your vehicle battery's 12-volt feed when the ignition is turned off
    • Allows you to use battery-powered electrical components on your trailer without draining your vehicle's battery
    • Grounds on your vehicle's chassis
  • Rated for 80 amps
  • 1-Year limited warranty


118665 Tow Ready Battery Isolation Solenoid





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Today we're going to review part number TR118665. This is the Tow Ready Battery Isolation Solenoid. Now this battery isolation solenoid will shut off your 12-volt feed from your vehicles battery to your 12-volt accessories on your trailer when your ignition is turned off. This will allow you to use battery powered electrical components on your trailer without draining your vehicles battery. Now, when you do install this, the mounting bracket right here is the ground. This does need to ground to a good clean metal surface. This solenoid is rated for 80amps.

The wire we recommend when attaching wires to this is usually 10 to 12 gauge size. Now, when you do install this, basically like I mentioned, this has to be mounted into a good clean metal surface to get to ground. Right over here, this would be your voltage that would come in from your battery. Over here would be your voltage that's going out to your trailer connector. This connection right here to the ignition switch power source. That's should do it for the review on part number TR118665.

The Tow Ready Battery Isolation Solenoid. .


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Tow Ready Battery Isolation Solenoid - TR118665

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (57 Customer Reviews)

This battery isolation solenoid shuts off the 12-volt feed from your vehicle battery to 12-volt accessories on your trailer when the ignition is turned off. This lets you run the trailer's electrical components without draining your battery.

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excellent business to to work with 633173



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Products as described. Excellent quality. Fast ship. 737891



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Kit was sufficient to completely wire my 66 F100 for Electric brakes. I wrapped all wires under the hood with black tape and used original harness clips below the hood to cowl seal for a " factory harness" look. Truck is almost all original and a bit rusty but it's mine.. I wired an etrailer solenoid in line to trailer power, it is energized by the ignition and I added an led toggle switch under the dash to interrupt that circuit of needed. All the parts arrived in great condition and on time. 401783



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This is being used as a battery isolater in a 2006 Class C RV, replacing a failed Motorcraft part. It worked after installation, we’ll see how long it lasts! Only complaint is that the terminals for the battery connections partially obstruct the mounting flange making it a little difficult to install, especially when there is not a lot of room to work. 543530



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it's a simple part that just works as designed. Once installed it's good to know your trailer Isn't draining your car's battery when shut off you car and park overnight or out to dinner or lunch with the trailer cord connected. Much less likely to have any battery issues or forget to replug in the trailer and drive off and have no trailer lights working. 310521



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It works, guess that means I hooked it up right! Not a lot of room to work with in the 2013 Honda Odyssey but turned out good. Should have moved it a little farther forward away from the air box and drilled 2 holes but I had a space to slide the left tab in and saved a hole. Yes it is very tight and grounded good. Going on a long road trip and now we'll have piece of mind knowing we wont be stranded out in the middle of nowhere for forgetting to unhook the trailer connector. 121803


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Good looking installation. I am doing same on my 2014 Odyssey. I have not located a good place to connect my control wire to enable the relay only when ignition is on. Please suggest a location. Thanks in advance!
-- comment by: MikeE - 11/29/2014

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Things like vehicle radio and antenna motors for powered antenna are ideal for installing the relay in line. Either in your owners manual or on the fuse box itself, it should state which items are on while the ignition is on. You might consider using a fuse tap, which is a fuse you can attach a wire to and provides the 12 volts needed. Take a look at # F2526
Firestone Fuse Circuit Tap Kit
$58.67
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Still working like new 1 year later. No problems at all so far.
Gerald M - 03/23/2015

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After being energized 2 or 3 times this solenoid failed to open the circuit when denergized. After being tapped on multiple times with a screwdiver handle, it finally opened the circuit. The load was only what my Tekonsha Primus IQ brake controller with no trailer connected. Have not checked it since the van this was installed in has been laid up for winter. 355677


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The faulty solenoid was replaced. Upon installation everything now functions properly. Customer service was most helpful and quick to solve this issue!
Tony B - 04/23/2018

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The product is great but customer service is awful. I ordered this along with two other items and after a week of not receiving the items, I had to call to find out where my stuff was to find out that they had not been sent out. I cancelled one item and finally received my other products almost two weeks later. Buy from the other guys if you can find what you want. Shipping in two days! 406846



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Used this isolate trailer battery from car battery. This is third one I've installed and it works great. Learned something this time to clean up the wiring install. Window washer wire was right next to battery where this was installed so used that wire to hot it up when ignition is on. 359994



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work as expected 809514



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Big, strong and versitle. Battery will power Brakes, power lift , winch and breakaway. 808378



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Good quality. Works well. 806321



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Got to love it didn't want my van battery going dead 782760



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Purchased this to keep my starter from potentially pulling from my trailer battery on startup. This diode (part#: RM-690) would probably have done that job just as good, if not better, but wouldn't keep the trailer plug from having live power all of the time. I did install this solenoid, though, and it's actuated by my car's 12v accessory power (on only when car is on or in accessory mode - not during ignition). Additionally, I added a rocker switch to my cars interior, right under my brake controller, so I can turn the solenoid off completely when I'm not towing. I figured this would lengthen the solenoids life, and add to my peace of mind knowing that my trailer plug doesn't have a direct line to my vehicle's battery all the time. The solenoid itself is a little larger than I had expected, but it's been great to have so far. I'd recommend this product. 756996



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I'm using as a V8 glow plug relay. Still working after a year apparently. 752735



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Replacing the battery isolator seems to have solved a number of electrical issues in my 30 year old RV. Now the engine will recharge the house battery again even though solar still does most of the work. New isolator takes a a smaller draw off the wiper circuit which also powers the cruise control. Now cruise doesn't disconnect when the wipers are turned on. Only one problem in installing. Original had slots in the mounting bracket. Replacement has holes. Both mounting screws had to be completely removed. One was quite awkward to get to. Installing could have taken 5 minutes, but because of that second screw stretched out to maybe 20 minutes. 715812



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the battery isolater solenoid works perfect when wired correctly when protecting my truck battery from my trailer winch battery when the winch is in use I highly recommend this product. 698039



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Works great. Arrived fast with basic sh ipping 689892



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This is my third order this year. Every order on time. Great quality,fair price,love the how to videos . 640588



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Works well. I wish it was a bit smaller but it is high amperage. 639009



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Good quality, continuous duty, perfect fit. Using as battery switch between start and house batteries on my boat. Flip a switch and go, no longer have to get up and go to the stern and crank a manual switch on a bouncing boat in rough water. 608191



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Does exactly what I needed; prevents the trailer from discharging the tow vehicle battery when ignition is turned off. 607586



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Exactly what I was looking for. Works well so far. 604520


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The relay burnt out, I suspect the duty cycle was not adequate replaced with a 100 duty cycle relay.
Joel K - 02/13/2020

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only complaint is that no instructions came with this part. 584373


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The product description overview video linked above will actually run you through how to wire the solenoid. The terminal on either side is used for the incoming and outgoing power it doesnt matter which terminal is used for which and the center terminal is used to an ignition switched circuit. The radio circuit is frequently used, because it powers down when the ignition is off.
-- Mike L - 11/21/2018

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Received the solenoid and installed the same day. No more disconnecting the trailer plug over night and forgetting to reconnect in morning. Etrailer delivers!! 583740


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