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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 1-636-306-4830 for expert service.
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Roadmaster Tow Bar Braking Systems - RM-88400

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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
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty


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.


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

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (377 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 have successfully completed the installation of the following items that I purchased from etrailer:

> Nighthawk RM-676 tow bar
> RM-524458-5 base plate
> DEMCO Stay in play DM86VR
> RM-152 diode wiring kit
> RM-156-25 charge wire kit
> RM-88400 brake switch relay kit


I work slow but methodically. I had no issues other than the high degree of difficulty for a 68 y/o man working alone. This project exceeds the abilities of someone NOT mechanically inclined. There is also the need for some specialty tools. I found that feeding the wiring through the dash, firewall, and underbody was more difficult than installing the front baseplate. Overall, I am satisfied with the function of this installation. I am glad I did it myself rather than having it done.

Tow vehicle: 2021 Entegra Emblem 36U
Towed vehicle: 2018 Ford Fusion Platinum Energi


Comments
The performance of this tow bar and associated hardware has been outstanding! Service and warranty follow up service from Roadmaster has also been outstanding! I am very satisfied with my purchase.
Jeffrey - 11/19/2022


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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.


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Working great with no problems.
Richard - 10/24/2018


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We were at a stand still. Wiring the lights from my motorhome to my ford pickup. Sheryl saved the day, without hesitation, she described just what we needed.
Always turn to etrailer for hitch, electrical and all towin needs. Never let me down.




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As with any somewhat universal kit, there are going to be a few things that need sorting out. First, the wire tap that comes with the universal wiring kit (84000) had the wrong size wire tap. It was for the mini where my 2018 ford F150 had really small fuses. So I had to order a different wire tap to fit into the fuse box for the brake relay. No big deal.




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My experience with etrailer was good from the perspective of the cooperation and pleasantness. However, even though I was clear on the tow bar I had (Blue Ox) and the vehicle I was towing (2005 Dodge Dakota) when the tow package came and the shop I had installing it got to the end of the installation, it was discovered that the wrong pins were sent, i.e. they wouldn't lock in place - too short . At first we couldn't determine what the problem was, so I called etrailer back. Was told those were the correct pins. Finally called Blue Ox directly and the rep immediately told me (after I gave him the PN) that those were the wrong pins. Without me asking he offered and did send two replacement pins free of charge. They worked perfectly.




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2021 Ford Ranger and there is a vehicle specific video for the install. Not sure I would have wanted to splice into the vehicle wiring without it. Kit has everything you need and it works just fine.




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The install video was excellent.


Comments
working fine after 1 year, the install video very helpfull
Craig - 11/22/2022


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Everyone at etrailer I have ever talked with was very knowledgeable and helpful to me. I am a very satisfied customer!!!!




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Works fine and gives me peace of mind when towing my car that those following me will see my intention to slow, stop, or turn thus reducing probability of accident.




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Ordered and install base plate over a year ago and finally got to use it a couple of weeks ago because motorhome was in shop waiting on parts. Pandemic and supply chain issues. Anyway, the base plate and accessories work great. Dinghy tracks well. Hardly know it’s back there.




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Very easy vehicle specific parts locator for online ordering. Items shipped free arrived much quicker than I expected. I've never had a problem with etrailer and they always reach out to make sure you got what you ordered. I don't waste time with anyone else. The folks at etrailer are great to deal with.




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I was not willing to install this. The wire under the dash of the 2021 Jeep Gladiator is so small and short I would not cut it. Need another solution.




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All my other orders have been great but this one has been an issue. First when I ordered all the other equipment for the towing of my Jeep, I was not told about this part that I would also need. Now I finally have it and the instructions tell me that I might also need another diode. I’m a little frustrated.




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My application required this additional accessory so do you research if this is right for your application. For me, it made everything seamless and of course no guesswork with any of the wiring and it worked the first time. Awesome.




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I used this relay along with a separate switch to turn on Firestone air suspension compressor. Remember always use electric grease on connections. Thank you etrailer. God bless. Jesus saves.




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Outstanding product and even better customer service! Two backyard mechanics installed baseplate and braking system with just one call to confirm proper wire connection. Total package works great.




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This wasn’t too bad to install. What it does is uses a relay to make the brake lights work only with the key in. Technically since you are already cutting into the brake light wire you could put in a switch and warning light (to remind you it’s off ) but this automates it so you don’t forget.




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The items were fine. The 2 stars are for etrailer service. The kit etrailer recommended to control the lights on my CRV was not the one I needed. etrailer's return policy simply sucks. Free shipping to me but then take back half of the $XX purchase price for the kit I did not need for the return. THAT IS A RIPOFF. I will do my ordering on [another website] from now on.




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Adam was awesome to talk with on the phone , went through step by step on what I needed and what I didn't for what I was wanting to do.




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Fairly easy to install, especially with the aid of the etrailer videos, and it works great on my 2016 Wrangler




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No issues after a year. Lights on truck works great with a supplementary braking system.


Comments
No issues and all is working great
Michael - 02/13/2022


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Good quality. Good instructions. Difficult to install only due to the tight quarters inside the Jeep. Works great.


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Still works great. No problems at all.
Dale - 03/17/2022


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Works as designed




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I returned this kit because I discovered that the vehicle I was towing already had Brake Light kit installed.




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Installation was straight forward thanks to your wonderful how-to videos.



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