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Upgraded Circuit Protected Taillight Converter Hardwire Kit with 4 Pole End (Includes Tester)

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Tow Ready Wiring - 119178KIT

Tow Ready Circuit Protected Taillight Converter with 4-Flat End by Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch and Reese

Adapts import and domestic automobiles with separate turn and stop lights (3-Wire System) to standard trailer taillight wiring (2-Wire System). In a three wire system, a separate wire is used to carry each of the stop, turn, and running light functions to the taillight assembly. On most trailers, the stop and turn signal functions are sent through the same wire.

Features:

  • Short circuit protection safeguards itself and the tow vehicle against harmful electrical shorts and mis-wire situations
  • Circuit automatically resets once the module cools
  • Adapts a 3 wire system on the towing vehicle to a 2 wire system on the trailer
  • Works with either LED or Incandescent bulbs
  • Works with most vehicle's with multiplex wiring system for lighting
  • Includes circuit tester and (5) Quick splices to aid in installation.
    • Also includes 4-pole trailer connector cover


Specs:

  • Wire pigtails measure 18" long
  • 4-pole trailer connector is 60" long from converter box


Warning: Overloading circuit can cause fires. Do not exceed lower of towing manufacturer rating or:

  • Max. stop/turn light: 1 per side (2.1 amps)
  • Max. tail lights: (7.5 amps)
Read vehicle's owners manual and instruction sheet for additional information.



Kit Includes:

  • Circuit protected tail light converter (119178)
  • Circuit tester
    • To help find wires behind vehicle taillights
  • (5) Quick splice wiring connectors
    • Makes tapping into wires quick and easy
  • Integrated 4 Pole Cover
    • Protects 4-pole trailer connector from the elements and reduces dirt, debris and corrosion for trouble-free use
  • Limited 1-year warranty


119178KIT Circuit Protected Taillight Converter with 4-Flat End, Circuit Testers and Quick splices

Replaces 119175KIT





Video of Upgraded Circuit Protected Taillight Converter Hardwire Kit with 4 Pole End (Includes Tester)


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Video Transcript for TowReady Taillight Converter Hardwire Kit Installation - 2001 Chrysler Sebring

Today in our 2001 Chrysler Sebring convertible, we will be installing the tow-ready, upgraded circuit-protector tail light converter hardware kit with four-pole end, including a tester, part number119178KIT.To begin with here, we're going to figure out whether we have a two-wire or three-wire system on this vehicle. We'll go ahead andrun through the light functions and see which bulbs come on whenwe turn the running lightson, the blinkers, as well as the brake lights.As you can see here with the running lights on, we get the top two bulbs, which are red here, come on on both sides.When you step on the brakes, just the two innerbulbs towards the center of the trunk come on. When we turn each blinker on,it's actually a bulb down below that's part of theclear section.With running this simple test,this tellsus thatwe have a three wire system, so we will be using the red wire on the converter box. We will be connecting this red wire to the brake light wire. Now, let's go ahead and open up the trunk, and we'll go ahead and figure out which wires do which on the back side. We'll begin here on the driver's side. We'll go ahead and just simply peel back the inner lining of the trunk and it will expose the back of the tail light assembly, where we'll simply slide the redlocking tab over and unplug thewiring harness from the back of the light assembly.

Once we have the wiring harness removed from the back of the tail light assembly, now we'llgo ahead anduse our test lightto figure out which wire is the running light circuit. Todo this, we'll need to make sure that our running lights are turned on.We've found that theblackwire with the yellow stripeis the running light circuit,the green wire is the blinker, and the white wire with the orange stripe is the brake wire. Again, we'll be using the yellow wire from the harness to the green wire, which is the blinker wire on the factory harness. Again, all these connections will useour quick-spliceconnectors supplied with the kit. You simply slide the two wires in, take a pair of pliers and squeeze down.When doing this, it actually pierces both wires, making the connection.Then you simply fold the top of the quick-splice connectorover and you're done.Now since we know that the brake wire is the white wire with the orange stripe, and this is a three-wire system, we'll have to connect the red wire to the white wire with the orange stripe. Now,we'll also need to go ahead and mount thisconverter box over here on the driver's side.We'll do this by using the two-sided tape suppliedwith the kit. Now that we know which wires we are going to be connecting into onthe driver side, we're going to go ahead and plugthisplug back into the back of thetail light assembly and put the locking tab back in place as well.Now that we've traced our wires over,we see that the wires actuallyrun fromthe driver's side over to the passenger's side tail light.

Now that we know where the wires run, we'll go ahead and peel back the carpet on the inside of thepassenger's side, unplug the light over here because we need tofigure out which is the turn signal wire over here on the passenger's side. Usingour test light again with the blinker on, we found that the brown wire is the blinker wire overhere onthepassenger side.On this side we will be connectingour green wire off the converter box. Now because the wires run over from the driver's side over to the passenger side inside the trunk, we're going to actuallymake our connection over closer to the driver's side, just so we don't have that wire running across the back side of the trunk.We'll go ahead and snip off the excess green wire when making this connection. Now that we have gotall our driver's side connections made,as well as our ground screw in place, we'll go ahead and connect the wirefor the passenger's side. Now that we have all the connections made over here for the driver's side, we're going to use a little electrical tape to secure up any excess wire. We'll also need to put our ground in, which is the white wire with the ring terminal already connected.To do this, we're going to use aself-tapping screw and screwinto an areaofthe body that'salready doubledup with sheet metal. Now for the self-tapping screw, we'll be using part number FA1131822. You also want to make sure that when puttingthe ground screw in thatthere'snothing behind it that could be damaged and put any otherparts of the interior trunk that wemay have removed back in place, as well as making sure both the tail light plugs are back firmly in place and the locks are locked. Now when using our four flat on this particular vehicle, you need to make sure you stay away from the center trunk latch areaso the wire is not damaged when you close the trunk. You simply want to put it off to the side and close thetrunk onit.The weather stripping on the trunk will allow the wire to come out the rear of the trunk and not be damaged when thetrunk lid is closed.We can go ahead and test our four flat. To do this, we canuseour test light and have someone run through the lighting functions.We'll take the ground off the test lightand connect it to the open prong on the four flat.This open prong is actually the white wire on the four flat.With the running lights on, we'll touch the brown wire.The brown wire is the running lights. As you can see, you get a constant light or a beep.

For the left turn signal, or driver's side, you'll touch the yellowwire.You should get an intermittent beeper flash for the turn signal. For thepassenger side, or the right side, you'll touch thegreen wire,again an intermittent beeper flash for the turn. For the brakes, it will be a constant light or beep for both the yellowand the green wire.As you can see here, everything is working just fine. When not using your fourflat,you can simply stow it awayin the trunk areaofthe vehicle. With that, we will conclude our installation of the tow-ready, upgraded,circuit-protected tail light converter hard-wire kitwith four-poleend including thetester,part number 119178KIT on our 2001 Chrysler Sebring convertible. .


This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

1974 - 1982 Volvo 140 Series

1974 - 1982 Volvo 164

1984 - 1993 Mercedes-Benz 190

1995 - 1998 Nissan 200SX

1995 - 1998 Nissan 200SX

1995 - 1998 Nissan 240SX

2010 - 2014 Ram 2500

1991 - 1999 Mitsubishi 3000GT

1990 - 1996 Nissan 300ZX

1989 - 1989 Oldsmobile 88

1981 - 1985 Saab 900

2000 - 2004 Audi A6

2000 - 2009 Hyundai Accent

1986 - 1996 Ford Aerostar

1999 - 2004 Oldsmobile Alero

1999 - 2004 Oldsmobile Alero

2001 - 2005 Audi allroad quattro

1993 - 2001 Nissan Altima

1993 - 1997 Nissan Altima

2004 - 2006 Kia Amanti

2004 - 2006 Kia Amanti

1989 - 2000 Isuzu Amigo

1989 - 2000 Isuzu Amigo

1995 - 1999 Toyota Avalon

1995 - 2014 Toyota Avalon

1987 - 2010 Mazda B Series Pickup

2009 - 2010 Mazda B Series Pickup

1996 - 1999 Pontiac Bonneville

1996 - 2000 Plymouth Breeze

1995 - 1999 Volkswagen Cabrio




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Upgraded Circuit Protected Taillight Converter Hardwire Kit with 4 Pole End Includes Tester - 119178KIT

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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Ryan11/12/2013

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Quick shipping! Helpful customer service rep on the phone. Installed everything myself (lucky me I had an auto lift to use), bought a 4x8 flatbed trailer on craigslist, and pulled a piano, desk and other furniture about 250 miles with my 1997 Toyota Corolla. Thanks a bunch for the great product! 107136



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: William Vetters04/16/2014

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At first I was a bit confused because the video instructions for my Mercury Villager gave a different part number than I recieved, but I soldiered through and was successful. One needed help would be- tell us how to free the harness connector from the car. I couldn't so I connected the wires in very a cramped space. Also, my converter had no labeling of wires as I saw in the catalog. A friend of mine has a Draw-Tite unit and his converter is labeled. He said it made it real easy to hook up. I am satisfied with what I got and it WORKS. I also really like the little tester, it came in real handy. 125545



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Applewins04/14/2014

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Followed the instructions, actually my wife read them to me as I was in the trunk connecting the wires, and had the wiring kit 119178KIT installed in about 45 minutes…or less. Worked as advertised for my 2002 Buick Park Ave.124951



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Sal V03/06/2014

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This product was installed under an hour. Had a minor glitch where the left turn signal was flashing rapidly. After checking my connections again I found that the left turn signal wiring had actually been spliced in half not completing the circuit. Re spliced works great! Thanks119706



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: James G.12/12/2013

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I ordered a trailer wiring conversion connector from e-trailer. The product was shipped quickly and the installation was well explained in the online instructions; although I think it would be great if written instructions were sent with the order. I would recommend e-trailer and will order from them next time. 109972



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Richard10/05/2013

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The taillight converter works great on my 2002 VW passat wagon. Once I got it hooked up that is. The directions on etrailer were fairly easy to follow but, it would have been nice if a hard copy had been included. The only issue I had really was the green wire for the right flasher was just barely long enough. Otherwise, a pretty straightforward install only took me about an hour or so from start to finish.102631



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Norman P.09/13/2013

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I have a 1996 Toyota Avalon with 243,000 miles on it. It still runs like new, so I wanted to continue to use it with my utility trailer. Enter e-trailer.com. Wonderful product. It was shipped fast, delivered at my door, and everything was there. Now, while I could not install it myself, my mechanic said it was so easy and a perfect fit. I highly recommend e-trailer.com to anyone. Excellent product and company Try it!!!!99864



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Midwest Fred08/13/2013

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Great wiring harness at a great price. A little difficult to install (not the wires fault, it was all due to the car itself, which was virtually impossible to access the rear wiring) however, once I got to the wires, the install was very simple. I could have used some paperwork telling me what the wires were, but I read other reviews beforehand saying the same thing, so I was not surprised. I LOVED the included tester! VERY fast shipping, too!94847



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Denny L08/06/2013

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Product arrived in 3-days using the least expensive ship offering. The instructions were very well done. The hitch mounted on the Honda Civic with zero issues. The secret was reading ALL of the instructions. The wiring kit was complete and worked perfectly. It did not include instructions, but it is a rather straight forward process splicing the labeled wires to the appropriate car wires. This is my second kit from etrailer and I'll be back when I purchase another vehicle in need of a receiver hitch.93576



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Stan K07/29/2013

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Installed on 2007 Honda Civic Si. I have after market exhaust so it was a much tighter fit. Instructions were easy to follow, I also purchased the upgraded trailer wiring kit. I work with electronics so it took less than 20min to install. Over all great product, strongly recommend a second set of hands to make install even easier. 92071



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Paul07/29/2013

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Hi E-Trailer ! You guys are great. Excellent customer service both times I have ordered from you. Love your order tracking Map. 119178KIT : Good Converter. Unit came through with Decal on converter labeling all wires as to function. Wire length going to vehicle side on install could have been longer but was adequate. Trailer side wiring good length with nice Flat connector. Converter body comes with two way tape to attach to vehicle body. After install worked perfectly. Thanks again. Paul 92038



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Mark J07/08/2013

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Wires weren't marked as to what was what, with exception of one. figured they were pretty much standard wiring colors for trailer, still had to find out to make sure. Little included circuit tester works well, saves time having to find mine. Other then the unmarked wires, product works well. That's why I dropped it one from top rating88367



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Leonard03/19/2014

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Everything worked well , no problems with install. 121283



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Mark T02/18/2014

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Very easy ...again a child could do it 116890



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Shawn01/22/2014

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Looks to be well built. No instructions included, but easy to download from eTrailer. I will try and update after installation is complete.114443



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Ed01/13/2014

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The wiring kit made it easy to correctly install "the first time"!112711



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Steve10/17/2013

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I thought it was a plug-in and use. Little more work but that's OK. Thanks 104200



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Scott07/17/2013

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Installment of the wiring kit was a real pain without detailed instructions.89973



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Robert S07/05/2013

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No problems at all with the product, however, wiring instructions would have been nice! What could have been an hour long job turned into several.87794



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ratingratingratingratingrating by: Brian B.06/24/2013

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So far it is working great! 85818



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Expert Answers about Upgraded Circuit Protected Taillight Converter Hardwire Kit with 4 Pole End (Includes Tester) - 119178KIT                                         Do you have a question about this Wiring?


  • How to Install a 4-Way Trailer Connector on a 2007 Suzuki XL7
  • If your 2007 Suzuki XL7 has a factory tow package, then you can use the Tow Ready Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring, # 118432. The location point you have described sounds like the correct connector; jack storage compartment on the drivers side. This harness includes the necessary fuses and relays so that the harness will work. I have included a link to the installation details below. If you end up needing to use Draw-Tite Wiring, # 119178KIT, you should not have to worry about voiding the warranty.
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  • 4-Way Trailer Connector Wiring Harness for a 2002 Nissan Xterra
  • For your 2002 Nissan Xterra, you will only need a 4-Way for brake, turn, and running light functions. A 5-pole would add reverse lights which are not legally required on a trailer. The best thing to do is to get the plug and adapter (if needed) that matches your trailer. What you will need for the basic brake, turn, and running lights is Draw-Tite Wiring, # 119178KIT. This converts a 3-wire system (vehicles with separate turn and stop lights) to a basic 2-wire system which is the standard for
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  • Installing Upgraded Circuit Protected Taillight Converter # 119178KIT on a 1999 Hyundai Santa Fe
  • There is a way to find the correct wires. But wiring color is never exact, even within vehicles from the same manufacturer, so I cannot tell you definitively what color wire on your 1999 Hyundai Sonata matches which wire on the # 119178KIT harness. You will have to use the included circuit tester in order to find the correct wires. First, you will access to the wires behind the taillight assembly. The white wire will attach to an existing ground point or the vehicle frame. Using a circuit tes
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  • Installing Circuit Protected Taillight Converter Kit # 119178KIT on a 2002 Mercury Villager
  • I will happy to walk you through installing the Upgraded Circuit Protected Taillight Converter Hardwire Kit, # 119178KIT, on your 2002 Mercury Villager. First, you will need access to the wiring behind both taillights. This may require removing some panels in the rear cargo area and screws on the taillight housings. Once you have access to the taillight wiring, you will use the included circuit tester to find the right wires to connect to the harness. The first thing you will want to do is
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  • Installing Tail Light Converter Part # 119178KIT to 1998 Buick Park Avenue
  • The easiest place to access the wiring that you would need to tap into is behind the tail light assemblies inside the trunk. Pull any carpet or lining away from the rear of the tail lights, and locate the wiring harnesses exiting the tail lights. Start on the drivers side. Ground the white wire to clean metal on the inside of the trunk. If you can find a factory grounding point nearby, go ahead and use it. Otherwise, use a self-tapping screw. Then, have a helper turn on the left turn signal.
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  • Instructions for Installing Tail Light Converter Kit 119175KIT on a 2000 Volkswagen Jetta
  • The # 119178KIT tail light converter is a universal application, so vehicle specific instructions are not available for your 2000 Volkswagen Jetta. But I have included a link to the instructions for you. You will need to use the included circuit tester to determine which wires behind your vehicle taillights are performing which function, and connect the wires from the converter accordingly. First, you will need to access the back side of your tail light assemblies, where the wires going
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  • How to Wire an 2001 Oldsmobile Alero for a 4 Way Connector Using a # 119178KIT
  • The # 119178KIT tail light converter is a universal application, so vehicle specific instructions are not available for your 2001 Alero. You will need to use the included circuit tester to determine which wires behind your vehicle taillights are performing which function, and connect the wires from the converter accordingly. First, you will need to access the back side of your tail light assemblies, where the wires going to the signal bulbs are coming out. Then you would have a friend sit
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  • Installing Circuit Protected Taillight Converter Hardwire Kit # 119178KIT, 1997 Mercury Sable Wagon
  • First, you will need to gain access to the wiring behind each taillight. Next, ground the white wire to the sheet metal in the trunk near the left taillight. Then using the circuit tester that comes with the Upgraded Circuit Protected Taillight Converter Hardwire Kit, # 119178KIT, find the wire on the driver side that carries a signal in unison with the left turn signal. Attach this wire to the yellow wire on the harness. Next, find the wire that carries a constant signal when the brake pedal
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  • Installing Draw-Tite Wiring Kit # 119178KIT On A 2011 Kia Sportage EX
  • The Draw-Tite Wiring Kit # 119178KIT will connect to the wires that are located behind the taillight assembly on your 2011 Kia Sportage. You will have to use the included circuit tester in order to find the correct wires. First, you will access the wires behind the taillight assembly. The white wire from the converter will attach to an existing ground point or the vehicle frame. Using the included circuit tester, find the wire that carries a signal when the left turn signal is activated. Atta
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  • Upgraded Circuit Protected Taillight Converter Hardwire Kit, # 119178KIT Installation Instructions
  • The Upgraded Circuit Protected Taillight Converter Hardwire Kit, # 119178KIT, is designed to fit many different vehicles, Because of this, specific vehicle instructions are not available. However, I can explain the process for you. First, you will need to gain access to the taillights on your 2002 Kia Optima. The harness has 5 wires that need to be spliced into the vehicle taillights. Start by mounting the converter box on a clean, flat metal surface. Use an existing ground point to ground th
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  • Recommendation for the Correct Wiring Harness for a 2005 Kia Sportage Trailer Wiring
  • The recommendation we make is from Reese, a leader in the towing industry. I checked their 2010 catalog and the Upgraded Circuit Protected Taillight Converter Hardwire Kit, item # 119178KIT, is the recommended wiring harness for your vehicle, if the trailer you are towing does not draw more than 2.1 amps for stop and turn lights and 7.5 amps for tail lights. The power necessary to run the trailer lights is the deciding factor when selecting a wiring harness. You most likely encountered a trailer
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Turn Signals Both Flashing With Brakes or Running Lights On
  • It sounds like there is a ground issue in the wiring, probably on the trailer side, but it will be a good idea to check all of the grounds to make sure. Start with the white ground wire from the converter box of # 119178KIT. Make sure it is attached to a clean and corrosion free bare metal surface on the vehicle. Next, check for any dirt or corrosion in the vehicle and trailer side connectors. You can then move on to the trailer side. Check the main ground coming from the trailer side connec
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  • Correct Wires on a 1991 Ford Aerostar to Install Hopkins Vehicle Wiring Converter # HM48915
  • In order to find the correct wires for installation of the Hopkins Vehicle Wiring Converter, # HM48915, you will need a circuit tester like # 3808. This wiring harness is designed for use on vehicles that have amber or independent bulb turn signals which should be what is on your 1991 Ford Aerostar. First, ground the white wire to a bare metal surface. Next, using the circuit tester, probe the wires behind the driver side tail light until you find the one that carries a constant signal when t
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  • Taillight Converter # 118158 Recommendation for Towing a 3 Wire Trailer with a 2 Wire Dodge Ram
  • You would want to use a Vehicle to Vehicle Taillight Converter, part # 11858. This product is designed to take a 2 wire system like what is on your Dodge Ram and convert it to operate the tail lights of a trailer that has a 3 wire system. The # 119178KIT would not work in reverse and would not be the right product for what you are trying to accomplish. I attached a review video for this product below for you to check out.
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  • Vehicle Lights Stopped Working After Trailer Wiring Harness Install on 2010 Kia Sportage 4 Cylinder
  • What I believe has happened is that the vehicle wiring has sensed an overload and the fuse for the lights has blown. Check your owners manual for the location of the fuses for the vehicle tail lights and replace any that are blown. Next, before you make any other connections, make sure to attach the white ground wire on the # 119178KIT harness to a bare metal surface. Once the ground is secured you can then make the other connections. Make sure the yellow wire attaches to left turn signal on
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  • Parts Needed to Complete a Trailer Towing setup for a 1997 Chrysler Concorde
  • I have listed all of the parts needed to complete the Class II hitch, # 36170, installation and towing setup on your 1997 Chrysler Concorde. These items include all of the hardware needed for installation and connection to the vehicle wiring. I have also linked instructions and videos that should help with installation. Draw-Tite Wiring, # 119178KIT Class II Drawbar, # 36061 1-7/8 inch hitch ball, # 19256 2 inch hitch ball, # 19258 Some popular options you might want to consider: Hitc
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Wiring on a 2002 Nissan Maxima
  • Most likely there was a short at some point and the # 118175KIT was damaged and now it is behaving in the strange way that you described. Before you replace it with a # 119178KIT I would recommend that you go over all of the connections to make sure that the problem is not just wires shorting out somewhere. If the wiring looks good I would recommend you purchase a Trailer Wiring Kit # 119178KIT and replace the unit that is currently in your vehicle. I attached an installation video for
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  • No Turn Signals on a Trailer with New Lights being Towed with a 1997 Toyota Corolla
  • It sounds like you are saying that your Toyota Corolla has working turn signals but that the trailer connector on the vehicle does not have the turn signal functions. This is most likely because the trailer wiring on your car does not have a converter installed that will combine the turn signals with the brake light signal for towing a trailer with a US standard two wire system. The correct wiring harness for your 1997 Toyota Corolla is the Taillight Converter Hardwire Kit, # 119178KIT. I hav
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  • How To Install Draw-Tite Wiring Harness # 119178KIT to 1997 Volkswagen Jetta
  • I do not have a wiring color reference for your 1997 Volkswagen Jetta, but if you are using the Tow-Ready Wiring Harness, part # 119178KIT, I can tell you how to connect the harness. Vehicle specific installation instructions are not available due to the fact that this harness fits many vehicles. But there are general instructions which I will outline below. I am also including a link to the installation instructions of the wiring harness. There are 5 wires that will need to be wired to your
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  • Tips for Installing Trailer Wiring Harness # 119175KIT on a 2000 Nissan Maxima
  • First, you will not have to purchase different bulbs, the factory ones in the car will work fine with wiring harness # 119178KIT. Normally we have customers use the included circuit tester to find the correct wires. Using your multi-meter is even better. We have not had the chance to install this harness on a 2000 Nissan Maxima so I cannot tell you what the wire colors are. But if you do re-test the wires and come up with the same functions as you have here, that would indicate you have the
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