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Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay Kit for Towed Vehicles

Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay Kit for Towed Vehicles

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Relay works with your tow bar wiring system to ensure that your towed vehicle's turn signal lights flash in tandem with your RV's lights. Lowest Prices for the best tow bar braking systems from Roadmaster. Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay Kit for Towed Vehicles part number RM-88400 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Roadmaster Tow Bar Braking Systems - RM-88400

  • Brake Light Relay
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Relay works with your tow bar wiring system to ensure that your towed vehicle's turn signal lights flash in tandem with your RV's lights.


Features:

  • Keeps your towed car's brake signal from overriding the turn signal sent by your RV
    • Allows signal lights on towed car to flash in tandem with RV lights even when vehicle's brake pedal is depressed
  • Required on towed cars with combined lighting if you are using a supplemental braking system
    • Needed on applications with separate lighting if towed car is wired using a TrailerMate wiring harness or a 4-diode kit (instead of a 6-diode kit)
  • Does not interfere with towed car's electrical system
  • Activates automatically when RV running lights are turned on
  • Includes all necessary components for standard installation
    • May require additional connectors and length of wire for certain applications


The purpose of a brake light relay kit is to prevent your towed car's brake signal from overriding the turn signal that comes from your RV. When your towed vehicle is properly wired and connected to your RV, its indicator lights will illuminate as you engage the turn signals in your RV. However, if you have only a four-diode system in place, the turn signal will be overridden by your towed car's brake signal as soon as your supplemental braking system presses the towed car's brake pedal. As a result, drivers behind you know only that you're slowing down and not that you are turning.


Installing a brake light relay in your towed vehicle fixes this problem by ensuring that your car's brake signal does not override the RV's turn signal. Therefore, your towed car's lights will function in accordance with your RV at all times.


Is a Relay Required?

To determine if a brake light relay is needed to properly wire your vehicle to be towed, answer the following questions.


Are you using a supplemental braking system that depresses the brake pedal in your towed car?

No - You do not need a brake light relay.

Yes - You may need a brake light relay. Continue on to the next question.


Do the brake lights on your towed car illuminate while the engine is off?

No - You do not need a brake light relay.

Yes - You may need a brake light relay. Continue on to the next question.


Do your towed car's brake lights act as both the brake signals and the turn signals?

No - You may need a brake light relay. Continue on to the next question.

Yes - Your towed car has a combined lighting system. You will need a brake light relay to ensure proper activation of its signal lights.


Does your towed car have separate brake lights and turn signals?

No - Your towed car has a combined lighting system. You will need a brake light relay.

Yes - Your towed car has a separate lighting system. You may need a brake light relay. Continue on to the next question.


Are you wiring your vehicle with a six-diode kit or a TowDaddy custom wiring harness?

No - You will need a brake light relay to ensure proper activation of your towed car's signal lights.

Yes - You do not need a brake light relay.


Installation of the Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay

Most towed cars require the normally open installation method. Ford and Lincoln models with neutral tow kits and most automobiles that have a push-button start function will require the normally closed installation.


Normally Open

The diagram and steps shown below demonstrate the installation for normally open applications. Be sure to follow the instructions included with your relay kit for a more detailed process.


Standard Normally Open Installation for Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay
  1. Remove the blue wire from the kit. This wire is not needed for normally open applications.
  2. Locate the brake-light-switch wire in your towed car.
  3. Remove the brake light fuse.
  4. Cut the brake light wire a few inches away from the "cold" side of the brake light switch.
  5. Attach the relay to the wiring for the RV braking monitor. The diagram above shows where the green wire attaches the relay to either a Roadmaster Even Brake or BrakeMaster system.
  6. Connect the black wire of the relay to the brake light wire near the brake light itself using the included blue butt connector.
  7. Identify a fuse that is only powered when the ignition is in the "run" position and not when it is in the "tow" position. Pull the fuse. Insert the fuse into the slot closest to the fuse blades, then insert the fuse tap into the empty slot in the fuse panel.
  8. Using the attached blue butt connector, connect the red wire from the brake relay to the wire from the fuse tap.
  9. Ground the white wire to your towed vehicle's frame.
  10. Secure the relay with the included wire ties.

Normally Closed

The diagram and steps shown below demonstrate the installation for normally closed applications. If you have a Ford or Lincoln that has a neutral tow kit or if your car has a push-button start feature that will not start the engine when the brake fuse is removed, then you need to perform a normally closed installation. Be sure to follow the instructions included with your relay kit for a more detailed process. Normally closed operations may require additional connectors and length of wire that are not included with this kit.


Normally Closed Installation for Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay
  1. Remove the green wire from the kit. If you are using a Roadmaster Even Brake supplemental braking system, set this wire aside to use later.
  2. Locate the brake-light-switch wire in your towed car.
  3. Remove the brake light fuse.
  4. Cut the brake light wire a few inches away from the "cold" side of the brake light switch.
  5. Attach the relay to the wiring for the RV braking monitor. The diagram above shows where the blue wire attaches the relay to either a Roadmaster Even Brake or BrakeMaster system. The green wire may be needed here.
  6. Connect the black wire of the relay to the brake light wire near the brake light itself using the included blue butt connector.
  7. Use a voltmeter to identify the wire in your aftermarket light harness that is conducting the tail light signal. Typically, this is a brown wire.
  8. Using a 16 - 14 gauge butt connector (sold separately), attach a section of 14-gauge wire (sold separately) to the end of the red wire. Trim the new 14-gauge wire and connect it to your aftermarket wiring harness.
  9. Start your engine and turn on your headlights. Test the tail light wire with a voltmeter. If your voltmeter doesn't register any voltage, move on to step 10. If 12V DC registers, you will need to install a single diode (RM-790; sold separately).
  10. Ground the white wire to your towed car's frame.
  11. Secure the relay with the included wire ties.


88400 Road Master Brake Light Relay



RM-88400 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details RM-88400 Installation instructions



Video of Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay Kit for Towed Vehicles


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




Video Transcript for Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay Kit Installation - 2018 Ford F-150

Speaker 1: Today on our 2018 Ford F150, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Roadmaster Brake-Lite relay kit for towed vehicles, part number RM-88400. First let's talk about what comes in our kit. You're going to have your brake relay, which is going to attach to your brake light switch, your fuse tap, your 10 amp fuse, a few butt connectors, ring terminal, your self tapping screw, and a little extra wire.So let's talk about what our vehicle's going to do if we don't have our brake relay installed. Let's say you have a brake system on your towed vehicle or on your Ford. You're towing it down the road, when you hit your brakes in your RV, the brake lights are going to come on in your truck or in your towed vehicle. However, when you hit your brakes and you turn on your blinker in your RV, you're only going to see the brake lights in the truck because the brake light signal is overriding that turn signal.

What this relay is going to do, it's going to allow that signal to transfer from the RV to the truck. When the key's in the on position, that circuit will close to allow you to use all the proper functions in the truck by their self. When the key is turned off, that's going to allow the signal from the RV, your blinkers, and your brakes to function properly in your towed vehicle.Now if you have a push button start, you'll use the blue wire. If you have a key ignition, you'll use the green wire. So what we're going to do is we're going to eliminate our blue wire.

We'll just cut that off. Your black wire's going to run to your brake light signal. Red wire's going to run out to your fuse. Green wire is going to run to your brake light switch and your white wire is going to be the ground. So if you have a turn key ignition, you're going to use section A of your instructions.

If you have a push button start, you're going to use section B of your instructions.Couple of things you're going to need. This wire, red wire is not going to be long enough to get to your fuse because it's all the way in the passenger side of the engine compartment. So you're going to need to pick about six foot of wire and you can find that on our website using part number 16-1-1. Another thing you're going to need, is you're going to need a volt meter. And that's to test your wire from your brake switch.Let's talk about why you need a volt meter over just a regular test light.

You're going to have multiple wires going into your brake light switch. If you test those wires, you're going to have several of them that are going to make that light, light up. However, you're not going to know which one you need to tap into. The brake light switch or wire that you're going to be tapping into, is the only wire that's going to read 12 volts. All the other ones will not.Another thing I like to have is maybe an extra ring terminal, a little bit larger. Just in case we find a stud on the firewall or somewhere that we can tie into that we don't have to actually bolt in or screw into the metal itself. So what we need to do is on our driver's side, we need to take this panel off. All we're going to do is pull back on it. It's going to be attached by a few clips. Just like that, we'll fold it down. If you look right here, you're going to have a couple wiring harnesses. We need to unplug those and we're going to take them and we're going to tuck them right up here out of the way for now. So next we're going take a 10 millimeter socket. We're going to take out these two screws and a bolt. Then we're going to take out the top two on this metal panel.Remove that panel. And then right on the back side, you're going to have two push clips that hold this in place. And we're just going to push them together and slide them out. Then we're going to take this panel, set it aside. So we're looking for this light blue switch right here. The wires that are coming off the back of it, we need to take this coating off or this tape. So we'll just start peeling it off. You want to peel it back pretty far. Then what we need to do is test our wires to figure out which one is going to give us that 12 volt power when the brakes are applied. We should only have one. We'll start with the one all the way on the left. With an extra set of hands, we'll have somebody push on the brake pedal. And I think that's going to be our wire, 12.14 volts. So it's going to be our purple wire with the white stripe.Next thing we need to do before we do any splicing on that wire, is we need to come over to our passenger side kick panel. There's a panel right down here. We're going to remove that panel. And you're going to see the fuse panel in here. What we need to do is, we need to take out the brake light fuse. The reason we're going this is we don't a malfunction with the wiring. If you get a malfunction with the wiring, you're going to have to take it into the dealership to get fixed and it may not be covered under your warranty. So you want to make sure you pull this fuse before you do any cutting on your brake light switch. Now what you're looking for is this 10 amp fuse right here in spot number 15.If you look at your owner's manual, it's going to say your brake light fuse is in spot 14. This fuse right here has three prongs on it. So it's working three different functions. This is actually going to be spot 14, this is going to be 15. So it's going to be this whole fuse we're going to be taking out. We can just pull that out with some needle nose pliers. So now we're going to cut our purple wire. You want to make sure you cut it back from the switch a little bit. And then we're going to make sure we strip back a little extra on each side because we're going to double it over to make sure we get a good hold on our butt connectors. We'll add one of our blue butt connectors on this end. Give it a little tug, make sure it's got a good hold and we're going to do the same thing on the other side.Then we'll add one of our blue butt connectors on that end. Make sure you good connection. So now we'll take our green wire and it's already pre-stripped. It's just a little bit too long. So cut some of that off. And our green wire is going to go on the wire that's coming out of our switch. Put that in the end of our butt connector, crimp it into place. Then our black wire is going to go into the other end of our wire that's going out to our brake lights. Crimp that on. Next thing I'm going to do, is I'm going to put on my relay. I'm going to find a place to attach it. Now right up here there's some existing wiring. I'm going to zip tie it right to that line.I'm going to cut off our excess from our zip tie. Now the reason I want to do that first, is so we can make sure we have enough room for our ground wire. Now if you look right up here, we have a large stud. We're going to take the large ring terminal that we picked up. Put it on our white wire. Crimp it into place. Make sure it's got a good hold. Then we'll take the 13 millimeter socket and we'll remove that nut. Place the ring terminal with our ground wire on it and replace the nut. So we've taken our extra red wire and there's a rubber grommet right here on the firewall. It goes out to the engine compartment. Now we put a hole in the rubber grommet. You can do it with a very small flathead screwdriver, Phillips screwdriver poke a hole in there. And then attach this to the wire to a wire hanger, airline tube if you have some works well to get it through the hole.So anyway, we're going to take our red wire from our switch then we're going to put it on the red wire here, which is going to go to our fuse panel over on our passenger side in our engine compartment. Put one of our butt connectors on. Then take our red wire, coming from our engine compartment. Then I'll put it on the other end. We'll take all of our wires. We'll just kind of bundle them up. I'm going to zip tie them right here to this existing wiring, just to keep them up out of the way of whoever's driving the vehicle. Then we can put our panels back in place.Now our red wire coming out of our rubber grommet in our firewall, pull it up, ran it right across the back of the firewall. I tucked it in behind that cardboard panel right over to this side and went underneath of this, right to my fuse panel. Now what we have determined is from 17 to 18, fuse panels have changed. And the fuses have changed. They went to the micro fuses. So, that being said this fuse tap that comes in your kit will not work. The fuses are too small, these will not fit down inside of the holes. So you're going to need a little fuse tap like this that'll slide over one of the pegs. This you can find at a hardware store. You're also going to need a mini fuse holder, part number SWC9545.So now we have to find an ignition source. So on one of our fuses, what we're going to do is you need to test. You take a test light and hook it up to a negative power source. And you're going to touch just the top edge of the prongs on the top of the fuse. Whichever one comes on with the power or ignition off, you're not going to use. You want to find one that when you touch it, it doesn't come on at all. When you turn the key on, it comes on. That's going to give you an ignition power source. Now we need to cut our wire to length. So we'll cut down our red wire. We need to strip back our fuse holder. Strip back our red wire, be ran from the inside of the vehicle. We're going to add on a heat shrink butt connector because it's going to be living out side of the vehicle, maybe exposed to some of the elements. We'll add our fuse holder, butt connector onto our red wire going inside the vehicle.Next we need a spade connector. You want to make sure the spade connector's going to fit on the end of your tap. We're going to add that onto the end of our fuse holder. Then we're going to heat it up, just shrink it down. I went between this 25 amp and this 20 amp fuse right here. Now when you test it, one side's going to be powered and the other side is not. So you want to make sure when you stick this in, you stick it in on the hot side or the powered side. So when we test it, this side was our powered side when the ignition was on. So we're going to put that back on that side. So now I'll connect my fuse holder with my spade connector onto my fuse. I want to make sure that my second 10 amp fuse that comes with my kit, I'm not going to put it in my fuse holder til I make the connection.Now the reason we're doing that is we don't want any back feed. We want a direct connection, because we don't want to mess up any of our factory wiring. So now we'll put in our 10 amp fuse. We can reinstall our cover. Just like that. Last thing we got to do, is reinstall our fuse to our brake light switch.So now we're going to test out our brake light switch relay. We're going to simulate hooking up to our RV. We're going to turn on our left turn signal. Now what we're looking for is, we're looking for our left turn signal and then our braking system that's going to be in our vehicle to apply the brakes and that brake light not to override our turn signal. Brakes on, brakes off. Brakes on, brakes off. As you can see, our turn signal is still on, which is saying that our relay is working correctly. And that'll do it for a look at and installation on the Roadmaster Brake-Lite relay kit for towed vehicles, part number RM-88400 on our 2018 Ford F150.


Customer Reviews

Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay Kit for Towed Vehicles - RM-88400

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (103 Customer Reviews)

Relay works with your tow bar wiring system to ensure that your towed vehicle's turn signal lights flash in tandem with your RV's lights.

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I ordered an entire setup to flat tow my Subaru with my RV. Having never done this before I was nervous about missing something I might need. etrailer made it very easy when I called them on the phone. I told them what I was trying to do and they made sure I had everything needed to complete the job. I was given a name and phone number to call the same person if I had any issues. When one of the boxes was opened it was missing two pins from the manufacturer. A quick phone call and they had them in the mail in a matter of hours. This kind of personalized service is missing in our ever changing world. It was a pleasant surprise to find it here. Great Job etrailer. I will favorably recommend to everyone. 493271



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I found this much more difficult to install than I expected. 2012 Jeep Wrangler. Reguired me "standing" on my head working with short wire connections where a mistake or need to rebare a wire was tough. Original mistake was using type of harness which required this. In hindsight would have gone with complete harness ( with bulbs) and completely bypassed the jeeps own lights 363067



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I installed this on my towed vehicle about a year ago. The initial installation went well and the instructions provided the necessary information on installation. After a year, I have not had any issues with the equipment and the car's break lights work as expected as both a driven vehicle and a towed. There are a number of ways to setup a towed, and once I decided on using the vehicle lights rather than a light bar, this kit was kind of a no-brainer. Also, during the past 12 months I have purchased additional items from etrailer and have always been satisfied with both the products purchased and the support from etrailer. 602324



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I ordered all the parts required to safely flat tow out 2017 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk from etrailer.com. The only part they didn't have was the Mopar Flat Tow Enhancement kit Jeep requires to flat tow this model. Ordering from them was great, the website is easy to use and I was able to locate all the pieces compatible with my specific vehicle. The expert recommendations help my decision choosing the right parts. I ordered from etrailer even though I found some of the parts on other websites a little cheaper. I chose to pay a little more because of all the effort etrailer has put into installation videos and guides. I was very pleasantly surprised to learn from etrailer that they have a price match guarantee! So my equipment consisted of the following Mopar Flat Tow Enhancement Kit (from Jeep) Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Towed Vehicles Mighty Cord 7-Way RV Style Trailer Connector - Trailer End WesBarg 7-Way, RV-Style Connector w/ 6' Long Coiled Cable Trailer End Pollak Black Plastic, 7-Pole, RV Blade-Style Trailer Socket - Vehicle End Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles SMI Stay-IN-Play DUO Supplemental Braking System Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay Kit for Towed Vehicles Blue Ox Alpha Tow Bar - Motor Home Mount - 6,500 lbs Blue Ox Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms Blue Ox Tow Bar Cover - Aladdin, Aventa LX, Aventa II The installation videos are great but not all inclusive. Take the time to read the instructions that come with the parts. This is a major project, I took about 30 hrs over a full week but as you'll see in the pictures I took s few extra steps to make a cleaner look. Some of those extra steps: The base plate install requires the bumper be modified cutting off a flange on each side, I spray painted this to prevent corrosion. In the install video of the baseplate on the drivers side they use an extra quick link (not included) to run the safety cable around the wiper fluid reservoir. I took the time to remove it and run the safety cable behind it. I didn't want our nice new vehicle to look like it can be towed so I played the brake away switch and 7 way trailer plug behind the license plate, so when not being towed our vehicle looks great! Some things to be aware of. The Brake air cylinder that mounts to the brake pedal with four bolts may need longer bolts, it did on our Jeep. Spend the money for weather tight heat shrink crimp fittings. The Hopkins wire harness was about 1.5 feet short to get to my plug location. Buy extra zip ties, electrical tape and split loom. I recommend reading all the various installation manuals and watching all the videos because the various components integrate together and if you install one at a time you'll be doing a bunch of extra work. The brake light relay is a real pain in the butt, not because of the hardware but because of the location of the brake light switch which is very hard to get to. Overall I am very happy with the products and how the installation looks. We haven't towed it yet but do not expect any problems. 413529


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Still very happy with our purchase. We’ve towed over 10k miles and have had zero issues with our tow setup. I’ve shared my experience with several other RVrs and recommended your company for their needs. Thank you

Roy - 07/30/2018

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Relay works as advertised - cuts power to my 2013 Edge brake lights (with the key in the off/or accessory position) preventing the Edge brake lights from overriding the coach brake/turn signals when my supplemental braking system pulls the Edge brake pedal down. Bit of a chore to install, mainly due to close quarters under driver's side of lower instrument panel and forced to lay half way in/out of Edge over the door sill. Also, vehicle info on Roadmaster web site indicates the Edge brake light wire coming from switch is purple/white, but I found 2 purple and white wires on mine, both together in the same socket on the brake light switch. Guess it depends on one's color sensing, but one of mine was a lighter shade of purple and the other darker, more shiny. I spliced into the light purple one first and naturally it was the wrong one, so had to reconnect it and splice into the other one to make everything work. Not a biggie, but the mini fuse tap supplied in the kit will not work with the low-profile mini-fuses used in the Edge interior fuse panel - you have to use a regular mini-fuse. FYI - 2013 Edge Limited, V6/FWD; Air Force One supplemental brake system; DEMCO RV Tow Harness wiring kit (9523100) for tail/brake light connections (plug in/no splicing); DEMCO baseplate and Blue Ox Towbar. 124112


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John, do you have to pull fuses in your Edge? If so, which fuses do you pull?

-- comment by: Mike H - 04/22/2014

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The 2013 Ford Edge doesn't require a fuse to be pulled, but doing so will eliminate the need to cycle the engine. If you pull MAIN IGNITION # 28 in the driver footwell fuse box, you can skip the starting and running procedure at the end of the tow. To do this you can either the fuse to be removed or to install a fuse bypass switch like part # RM76511
Roadmaster FuseMaster Fuse Bypass - 13" - 20-Amp Mini-Fuse
$61.95
. If you don't pull or bypass this fuse, you will need to follow the engine start procedure Ford outlines in the manual. Ford also indicates in the manual that if the Edge is a 2.0L 4 cyl. you must use a tow dolly to keep the front wheels off the ground, no flat tow. If it is a 3.5L or 3.7L V-6, you can either flat tow with all 4 wheels down or on a trailer. No tow dollies with front up and rear down.

-- Patrick B - 4/23/2014


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I have a 2016 Jeep Wrangler Sport Unlimited 4 door, after I installed the Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles - HM56200, I found I had to install the Road-Master Brake Lite Relay for Towed Vehicles - RM-88400 , I'm using a supplemental brake system, when the brake is depressed with ignition off, the brake lights come on and cancel out any directional signal on my toad, installing the relay solved this problem. I watched the video and this was helpful. Installation took me a few hours, climbing under the dash was not an easy chore for me, I'm not as young as I want to be, had to purchase 16 gauge Red wire to run to Fuse box under the hood, also I recommend having extra wire ties to do this. I recommend both products, easy to install and good quality. 316372


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Products are working well, have not had any problems with the system

Rich L - 11/13/2017

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Relay works as described. your video installation in a 2016 jeep JK was great. product has an improved fuse box mount that is better than what is shown in the video. I also drilled a wire sized hole in the side of the fuse box on the fender side of box to run the power wire thru instead of cutting a chunk out as you did in the video. etrailers total shipped price was lower than XXXXXXX. 314713



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I have now installed the following on my 2017 Wrangler: Brake light relay kit . Hopkins Towed vehicle Tail Light wiring kit. Blue Ox base plate. Blue Ox Patriot Portable RF Braking System. All of this has taken about 3 days of work spread out over a week or so. Overall it went well. Not too many surprises. Crawling around under a car at 71 is a bit of a strain but I'll get over it. I must say that Donna P. has been a wonderful source of great information and has stayed right on top of the process. eTrailer has been a great source for this project. I would recommend you all with no hesitation. 396394


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I am still in love with the products. My only issue is having enough time to use them more.

John M - 06/15/2018

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Evidently Roadmaster had made some slight alterations from the depiction, for the better. The fuse wiring was a spade end with two fuse holders built in. The holder closest to the spades was for the original circuit and the other for the new circuit. This was very handy. I had watched the installation video and thought it would be fairly easy; therefore I attached the terminals to the green, black, and white wires before even going to the CR-V. I did however purchase different spade connectors as I thought I may want to remove the brake relay switch in the future for another vehicle should I trade. Also the yellow connector is quite large and the video showed bending the wire over itself so that it would hold on the smaller wires. This was a wise decision. What was the problem was the wiring in my CR-V. The video showed similar size wiring from the brake switch. What I found was smaller wire, loomed very close to the brake switch. Evidently Honda had made some modifications. I believe the wire was 22 gauge and there was no real way the blue or yellow connectors would have worked. That said, after disconnecting from the switch, stripping the loom back to get some exposed wiring, cutting and using the 22-16 gauge connectors, drilling a hole for the ground screw, etc. the switch worked perfectly. I did vary the fuse location from the 7.5 Amp #29 Occupant Detection System (ODS) to the 15 Amp #28 Washer as I figured it would less likely interfere with any operation. 445760


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Working great with no problems.

Richard - 10/24/2018

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The Jeep Wrangler video was very helpful for the installation process. It should be updated to include the new type fuse holder. As with most vehicle repairs, having the correct tools for the job is very important. 472802



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etrailer has been fantastic to work with...email traffic after the sale was timely and informative as to when my items would ship, when they would arrive and then follow up if I was satisfied...this base plate assembly was easy to install...I utilized the provided directions and videos provided on this site and others...happy with the service, happy with the product, will order again 545375



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Installed this along with a brake light diode kit. Watched the videos a few times to figure it all out. The instructions it comes with are too complicated for my simple brain. Took me about an hour or so to install as I had to take out my front seat to get access under my dash. I have 2012 wrangler unlimited and its tight under there. After it was all installed I tested it and it worked great. Thank you! 195133



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Easy installation into 2007 CRV. Seems to work fine over the past year. 717472



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Same as with the review of the wiring harness, this was done at a trusted repair shop. I took it there, as I had run out of time to do it at home. I am glad I did. It can be done at home, but it was a much bigger job than I or my trusted mechanic friend had expected. He did an excellent job with the advantage of a lift, a shop full of tools, and a lot of mechanical experience. Now that it is in and has 1,000+ miles on it, it is a really nice set up. 715408



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Cailee was great to work with! 696608



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The installation video for the 2011 Honda CR-V was excellent and I used it to install the Brake-Lite Relay Kit on my 2012 CR-V. However, the picture of the kit at the beginning of the video was very misleading. It didn't show the fuse holder or the fuse talked about in the video, instead there was a yellow component pictured that had no relation to the installation or the actual kit that I received. Fortunately all the necessary parts were in the kit I received and the installation went just as the shown in the video. It works as described. 674254



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Good quality items. Easy instructions. Only difficulty is crawling under the dash. If you have even done that, you know what I mean. I 672955



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Never flat towed before, enlisted etrailers help on what to get. Just returned from a 4000 mi trip to the northwest ! Had no problems towing a 2005 Jeep lj behind my motor home. Thank you etrailer for your assistance and great videos! Installed the system myself! Very happy! 671523



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From all of the positive reviews I'm sure this product works well for most people, but it didn't work well for me. Not much positive about this product except it did work after 2 days of trying to get the wiring sorted out. I ended up with two butchered wires because the installation instructions were incomplete and contained errors. I bought this for the plug and play since I could have bought all of the parts in the kit for less than $10 and figured out the wiring on my own, which I had to do anyway. Anyone with a 2010 Base Honda Fit should note that if you have a green/silver wire (kit instructions say to use for relay) and a green wire on a common terminal off the output of the brake light switch, you should be prepared to cut the green wire to install the relay. I can't say all are like mine because I understand that many have only the green/silver wire off the brake switch. 665232



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I truly enjoy travelling with my MH and Roadmaster RM-88400 tow bar and braking system. I can stop wherever I like and unhook and be gone in 5 minutes. When finished site seeing or shopping I can be hooked up and on the road just as fast. Great system. 661404



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Great kit, easy to install! 651768



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Great product. Easy to install. 644020



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Have towed my truck over 6,000 miles and still working great. 642146



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Easy to install and works as intended. 641116



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Everything is doing very good. 635111



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As advertised 633788



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I am very please with the products I have received from etrailer. I hope no problems at all 627816



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Great product The electrical hook up was changing 621620



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Worked very well. 608071



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Installed easily. Works great with my towed vehicle. 608436



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Pulled entire length of route 66 and then some. We had absolutely no issues with all of our etrailer equipment. Thanks for all of your help. 601731



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Ground end does not fit over factory ground bolt on left side wall of foot well. Used self tapping screw included but not as clean as using the factory bolt. Otherwise great product. 600592



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Great support and video's. Product are top notch with lots of information on the products, Thanks 580266



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The Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay kit works good and easy to install 578570



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I ordered base plate, tow bar and all the goodies to hook up to our RV. Very good service and everything was delivered in 3 days. In the process of installing now. I have ordered parts from etrailer before and they have always been very good. 574632



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Product was as advertised. Quick turn around from order to delivery! 568030



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I open the package and all looks correct, have not yet installed on Jeep Again Great service from Etrailer!! 554325


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The only way to hook up jeep lights for a toad, so simple and had no issues for over a year.

Michael - 08/16/2019

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The product performs as advertised. Etrailer video was more helpful than the general Roadmaster paper instruction. Except for tight fit getting both hands under the steering column--the job took less than 30 minutes and works like a charm. Perfect companion to previously installed Hopkins HM56200 light kit--also went in easy--just plug and play. thanks 554309



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Very happy with etrailer for the purchase of a Blue Ox tow bar with needed hook ups for lights, etc and an Air Force One Brake system for my 2018 F150. Crystal did a great job of comparing options and matching pricing from across the web. She offered free installation. The Installer, Shane was awesome, I wanted all hookups hidden by the front plate on the F150 when not towing, Shane came through and then some. Finally, the manager Robert was excellent on follow-up as we had some air leak once we got home. etrailer stood behind everything and follow was exceptional. Very pleased! 553941



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easy hook up great vidio for help thx... 524130



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Works like etrailer said it would. Good advice and instructions 518351



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The product arrived on time. With step by step instructions, it was simple and easy to install. I've had no problems with this setup and am still using it today. Thank you etrailer. 513845



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Easy installation. Product works great. 501366



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Excellent service 497735



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Came right to door in promised time. Being installed as I speak. Will update after installed and tested. 493331



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Innovative product. Excellent instructions. Fast shipping always appreciated. Thank you. Installed on 99 Chevy Tracker we pull behind a 2005 Coachmen Class C. Also have Roadmaster base plate and tow bar. Excellent products. Installing RM-15267 Wiring Kit soon. Been using magnetic lights on rear roof. Only question now is how to find our Tracker in Walmart parking lot without mouse ears in back. 486271



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I followed the instructions carefully and made sure I fully understood how the circuit worked. The only problem I had was the supplied red wire was too short to reach the fuse panel on my 2008 Ranger. I had to replace it with a longer piece of wire. I used the radio fuse location to install the fuse tap. It worked fine when finished. Now the brake lights only function when the ignition is on. 476372



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Works perfectly. I towed this car 10000 miles last year. Never had an issue. 476248



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Your web site was very helpful, the item's received were exactly what I needed and expected, fast shipping. 458787



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This product solved my problem only wished I would have known when I installed the wiring for my supplemental brake system. I had do go back and rewire it into the brake lite switch. The video on the 2016 wrangler was very helpful to look and compare especially at the fuse box. Thanks etrailer 454694


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