Get the signal lights needed for towing without tapping into your towed car's electrical system. This self-contained kit runs wiring beneath your vehicle and connects to your RV. Bulbs and sockets mount inside your car's lenses. Lowest Prices for the best Tow Bar Wiring from Blue Ox. Blue Ox Tail Light Wiring Kit - Bulb and Socket part number BX8869 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Blue Ox Tail Light Wiring Kit - Bulb and Socket

Blue Ox Tow Bar Wiring

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Code:   BX8869

Retail:$60.00

Price:$54.95


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Blue Ox Tow Bar Wiring - BX8869

Get the signal lights needed for towing without tapping into your towed car's electrical system. This self-contained kit runs wiring beneath your vehicle and connects to your RV. Bulbs and sockets mount inside your car's lenses.

Features:

  • Achieves brake, running and signal lights for your towed vehicle without tapping into its wiring
  • Bypasses towed car's electrical system completely - wiring is routed beneath the car
  • Works via independent plugs and sockets mounted inside the tail lights
  • Includes all necessary wiring, 2 lights, 2 sockets, zip-ties and instructions
  • Made in the USA
  • 1-Year warranty


Note: Towed car must have enough room inside the tail light lens housing for an extra bulb and socket.



BX8869 Blue Ox Bulb and Socket Tail Light Wiring Kit





Video of Blue Ox Tail Light Wiring Kit - Bulb and Socket


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



Video Transcript for Blue Ox Tail Light Wiring Kit Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Silverado

Today, in our 2010 Chevy Silverado, well be installing the Blue Ox Tail Light Wiring Kit with bulb and socket, part number BX8869.To begin install, well start at the rear of the vehicle where well go ahead and lower the tailgate. This will give us access to the rear tail light fasteners. Theres two fasteners for each tail light. Well go ahead and remove the fasteners and then pop the tail light out of its position, being careful not to break the alignment tabs underneath.Next, well go ahead and find a suitable location for installing our socket. Here at the top of the tail light on the inside would be a good location. Using a 1 inch hole saw, well now go ahead and drill out the hole for the socket.

Once we have the hole drilled out, we can then go ahead and put the bulb in the socket and install the socket into the light.Remember, when installing the bulb into the socket, to make sure that the side tabs fit into the grooves of the socket correctly. Once the bulb is installed in the socket, we can then go ahead and install the socket into the tail light. Well go ahead and repeat the same process on the other side.Now, with both Blue Ox Tail Light bulb and sockets installed, we begin the wiring. Well take the 4-pole wiring harness supplied with our install kit and begin securing the wires. Well peel back the 4 wires and cut the yellow wire off short as it will not be used.

Then we can go ahead and strip back the white, brown, and green wire, and secure one of the blue butt connectors for each. Well take the 4-pole harness and follow the manufacturers wiring up behind the tail light assembly.Once we have the butt connector secured, we can then go ahead and attach them white to white, brown to brown, and the black wire from our socket to the green wire on our 4-pole harness. Now, with all our connections secured, well go ahead and wrap them up with some black electrical tape to help keep them free from dirt, dust, debris, and moisture.Next, well go ahead and secure the wiring with some zip ties behind the tail light assembly to the manufacturers wiring. Well cut off the excess from the zip ties and then reinstall the tail light assembly. Now, well go ahead and get underneath the vehicle and route our 4-pole harness over to the drivers side.

As we route, well also secure the wiring as necessary.Now that were on the drivers side, well go ahead and feed it up behind the drivers side tail light assembly. Next, we'll make sure weve given our self enough wire, then well go ahead and cut the white, brown, and yellow wire. Well peel them back and strip back both sides of the cut wire. Then well go ahead and twist together the white wires and brown wires.Once weve twisted them together, we can go ahead and use the blue butt connector to secure the white to white, the two twisted white wires to the white wire from our bulb and socket, the two twisted brown wires to the brown wire from our bulb and socket, and the yellow wire on the longer length of 4-pole wire that are run to the front of the vehicle, well connect it to the black wire for the drivers side bulb and socket.Once again, with all our connections made, well go ahead and wrap it up with some black electrical tape and then secure the wiring as necessary. Once the wiring is secured, well cut out the excess from our zip ties and reinstall the tail light assembly.

Next, well go ahead and take the 4-pole wiring harness and start running it to the front of the vehicle. Keep in mind, when routing your wires, stay away from any moving components,your steering and suspension, or excessive heat such as exhaust.As we route the wire, it may be necessary to use a pull wire and assist in routing your 4-pole harness. You could use a stiff piece of wire. In this case, were going to use a piece of air tubing. We use the air tubing to route to the areas that we cant reach. Well secure the wire to the air tubing using black electrical tape and then pull it into position.Now, with our wire all the way out the front of the frame, well go ahead and cut off the excess and were ready to secure our front mounting bracket. Note in some application like this one, it may be necessary to add an additional length of 4-pole harness. To do that, well simply strip back both ends, using the blue butt connectors to secure white to white, brown to brown, yellow to yellow, and green to green.Once we have secured it, well go ahead and wrap it up with some black electrical tape and continue routing our wires. Well go ahead and take the brackets, set it into position, and then mark the attachment points. Once weve marked the attachment points, well move the bracket and drill out the holes. With the holes drilled out, we can then go ahead and take the bolts, put it down through the holes, put our bracket back into position, and secure it with the flange nuts. Once we have our hardware in place, well go ahead and tighten it down.Next, well go ahead and take our 4-pole harness, peel the wires back and strip back each one. Well then connect it to our 6-pole connector and well be using the Pollak 6-pole round, part number PK11608. Well take the connector cover and slide it over the wire. Well then go ahead and strip back each one of the wires and begin to install it into this back of the 6-pole round connector. Well be connecting the yellow wire to ,L for left turn signal left braking, the green wire to R, for the right turn signal right braking, the white wire to G for ground, and the brown wire to T, for tail lights.Now, with all the connections made, well go ahead and put the cover over the end of the connector and then secure the connector to the bracket using the hardware provided with our install kit.That does it for the install of our Blue Ox Tail Light Wiring Kit with bulb and socket, part number BX8869 on our 2010 Chevy Silverado. .




Customer Reviews

Blue Ox Tail Light Wiring Kit - Bulb and Socket - BX8869

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (13 Customer Reviews)

Get the signal lights needed for towing without tapping into your towed car's electrical system. This self-contained kit runs wiring beneath your vehicle and connects to your RV. Bulbs and sockets mount inside your car's lenses.


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by: KG07/25/2013


The BX8869 I ordered is a wiring kit used for towing a 2005-07 FORD FOCUS ST. Product arrived in an expedient fashion and the installation was fairly straight forward although finding a way through the firewall seemed dubious at best. Ran the wiring through the engine bay under the vehicle up to the rear tail light housings.. Keeping the wiring up and safe was a bit of a challenge. Based on the experience on the whole I would have no hesitation recommending etrailer to family or friends for quality products at very competitive prices. 91414






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by: Brian M11/28/2012


This is a straight forward installation. I paired this kit with a 7way to 4 round pigtail and 4 round receptacle from etrailer. Both were much cheaper than found anywhere else and arrived within two days of placing the order. Communication was great with email notifications as well. I am a new RV owner and it looks like I've found my go to place for all my towing related supplies. Great job etrailer. 60146






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by: Pete W06/07/2015


Finished the install this weekend of BX8869 wiring kit along with the final hookup with the roadmaster tow bar. Everything went exactly as shown in the directions and the video for the CMax. The video was exactly what I needed. Everything was working exactly as expected on our test drive. 201350






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by: Jim04/14/2015


The Blue Ox system is top of the line and simple to install. It arrived quickly and will be installed on Thursday. The RV is still about two weeks out, so we can't field test it just yet, but are excited about the prospect of having my jeep as a dinghy for excursions. 185234






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by: Rich09/02/2013


The wiring was simple and straight forward. The only issue is the 1" hole drilled for the light bulb socket is a little larger than the socket. Directions suggest using silicone to fasten the sockets. If you lose a lamp on the road it's not convenient change bulbs. 97847






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by: Carl Johnson04/10/2015


Blue OX product is excellent. will use on a vehicle to be towed behind a motorhome. Too bad can't discuss eTrailer's POOR ordering and shipping procedures. Will no longer recommend eTrailer to friends. 184627






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by: Shell01/21/2015


Great customer service! Great selection of products. These people know their stuff. Great prices and fast shipping. They can help you with almost any issue. Give them a call. 170627






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by: Jerry Jones12/19/2013


A great product. I was able to route all wires in the frame, with no exposed wires! Sorry, no pics yet. I will definitely use your company again. Thanks! 110526






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by: Steve03/25/2015


Great service. Product delivered within days. Online "How To" videos are great for the self installer! You have a customer for life...Thanks! 180831






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by: JERRY D. ATNIP08/01/2011


PRODUCT SHIPED COMPLETE, ON TIME . NO PROBLEMS. 20750






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by: Darryl Guiducci08/22/2011


Great service great delivery 22446






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by: Gene Bacon07/30/2014


As I ordered, thx 143572






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by: bill w05/13/2015


good 192682




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  • Can the Honda Fit Be Flat Towed Behind a Motorhome
  • The information that we have is that the Honda Fit Automatic is towable as is for the 2007 to 2011 model years. If you have a 2012 model or If you would like to let me know the year of your Honda Fit, I would be glad to check to see if it is towable or not, or you can check your vehicle owners manual to determine the towability and pre tow procedures for your specific vehicle. Honda vehicles have special procedures for towing so you should check your owners manual. The items needed to...
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow a 2012 Ford F150
  • You are on the right track, the Blue Ox Aventa LX Tow Bar, # BX7445, is a good starting point for flat towing your 2012 Ford F-150. This tow bar includes safety cables so you will not need to purchase those separately. Next, you should check your trucks owners manual for towability and pre tow procedures to make sure it can be flat towed. My information shows that if you have a 2 wd manual transmission, Raptor or SVT, the vehicle is not flat towable. If you have a 4 wd automatic the...
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  • What Parts are Needed to Flat Tow a 2012 Ford Focus
  • The Roadmaster Base Plates, # 524430-1, are a fit for the 2012 Ford Focus SE. These base plates will not work on ST models. Also, if the vehicle has the adaptive cruise control feature, it cannot be flat towed. Adaptive cruise control uses a forward facing radar that detects other vehicles in front of the vehicle and adjusts the speed accordingly. You will also want to consult the vehicle owners manual on how the vehicle should be towed. Some vehicles will accrue mileage when flat towed,...
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  • Blue Ox Parts Needed to Flat Tow a 2003 Chevy Suburban 1500 4x4
  • Blue Ox lists base plates # BX1682 for your 2003 Chevy Suburban 1500. Please consult the vehicle owners manual prior to towing it for specific information on towing the vehicle. Given the size of the vehicle I recommend the Aventa tow bar, # BX7445. It is rated at 10,000 pounds and does include safety cables so you will not have to get any extra cables. For permanent lighting Blue Ox recommends a bulb and socket kit # BX8869. The bulb and socket kit will bypass the vehicle wiring...
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  • Parts Needed When Flat Towing A 2014 Ford Focus Behind RV
  • In order to flat tow your 2014 Ford Focus, you will need several items. Most tow systems require some sort of hitch accessory to either raise or lower the tow bar to the appropriate height. The safe zone for a motor-home-mounted tow bar ranges from 3 inches above level to 4 inches below. RoadMaster high-low adapters will provide you with the necessary drop. Simply flip the adapter over to achieve the desired level. I have linked you to a product page for high-low adapters. One of the...
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow a 2013 Honda Fit Sport Automatic Behind a Motor Home
  • The best place to check to see if a vehicle can be flat towed behind a motor home is the owners manual. I found one online for the 2013 Fit from Honda and it states that you can tow the vehicle behind a motor home. There are special instructions for the automatic transmission you will want to look at so be sure to check your owners manual. You will need 5 items to flat tow your fit. First you will need base plates, # BX2253. These provide a safe mounting location for a tow bar. For a...
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow a 2012 Chevrolet Equinox with a Blue Ox Alpha Tow Bar
  • To tow your 2012 Chevy Equinox your first priority would be to have a trailer hitch mounted to your RV that is capable of towing your vehicle. My research shows that the Equinox weighs approximately 4000 lbs, not including fluids and cargo, and that it is flat towable as is. You should also refer to your owners manual to confirm the flat towing procedures for you 2012 Chevy Equinox. The Reese Multi-Fit Motorhome Trailer Hitch, # 82200, may be a good choice if the total weight of your...
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  • Recommendation for Parts Needed to Flat Tow a 2011 or 2012 Honda Fit
  • The Blue Ox Base Plates, # BX2253, does fit both the 2011 and 2012 Honda Fit. These base plates are also compatible with the Aventa II tow bar, BX7335. In addition to the base plates and tow bar, you will also need safety cables, lighting, and supplemental braking. For safety cables, use the coiled safety cables, # BX88197. For lighting, you can use the Blue Ox Tail Light Wiring Kit - Bulb and Socket, # BX8869, with the Blue Ox 4-Wire, Coiled Electrical Cord with 4-Way, Round Plugs,...
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  • What is the Length of the Flap on the E-Z Mount Tow Light Kit from Inside of Hook to Corner Fold
  • I went to the warehouse and pulled the E-Z Mount Tow Light Kit, # EZT20B, to measure for you, see video link. The measurement from the hook that sits inside the trunk lip to the 90 degree angled corner on the flap is 3-3/4 inches. The E-Z Mount kit can be used in many positions, including the position you referenced. I added a photo showing a couple of alternate applications that you may find helpful. If this light kit will not work on your Cabrio, I checked with Blue Ox and they...
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  • Can a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Be Flat Towed Behind a Motorhome Without Special Equipment
  • I checked on the 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee and found that as long as the vehicle has selectable 4 wheel drive with a neutral position in the transfer case is towable as is. If the vehicle is rear wheel drive only, and has the 42RLE transmission a transmission lube pump is required. If the vehicle has an auto transmission other than the 42RLE the vehicle is not towable and will need to be trailered. If the vehicle is AWD without a nuetral position in the transfer case it is trailer...
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  • Do Fuses Need to be Pulled When Flat-Towing a 2013 Honda CR-V
  • Yes, you absolutely have to remove the fuse from your 2013 Honda CR-V when flat-towing. One option that will alleviate this process is installing a Roadmaster # RM76511 Fuse Bypass System. This unit is basically a permanent solution being that it is hardwired into your vehicle. There is a rocker switch that you depress when you are either driving which will activate the fuse or towing which will de-activate your fuse. By using this product, you do not have to worry about removing the...
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  • Does the Blue Ox Base Plate # BX2253 Fit the 2013 Honda Fit
  • After speaking to my contact at Blue Ox, they confirmed the 2013 Honda Fit has the same specs and measurements as the 2012 model so the Blue Ox Base Plate # BX2253 will fit your vehicle. You will need some additional equipment to tow your vehicle as well. The Blue Ox Alpha Tow Bar # BX7365 is compatible with the Blue Ox Base Plate. In addition to the tow bar, you will need lighting, and supplemental braking. For lighting, you can use the Blue Ox Tail Light Wiring Kit - Bulb and Socket,...
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  • Will Blue Ox Base Plates and Aventa LX Tow Bar Fit a 2012 Jeep Wrangler That Weighs 3,200 Pounds
  • Before flat-towing your 2012 Jeep Wrangler, you will want to check your vehicles owners manual or your Jeep dealer regarding any other guidelines or modifications necessary so that the vehicle can be safely flat towed. Some vehicles require modifications such as a drive line disconnect, transmission lube pump, free-wheeling hubs or axle disconnects before they can be towed. If you will be able to flat tow your vehicle, you will need a tow bar, base plate kit, safety cables, wiring, and...
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  • Maintaining Battery in Vehicle Being Flat Towed Behind RV
  • First, you will need to confirm that the vehicle is suitable for flat towing. From what I have read on page # 319 through 321 of the owners manual, your GC can be flat towed if the transfer case has a Neutral position. If your 7-way on your RV has a 12-volt power feed (typically the pin in the 1:00 position), you can use that circuit to maintain your battery, however it will not charge a discharged battery. We offer a Flexo Coil Umbilical kit, part # RM-146-7 that would work well...
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  • Parts Needed for Flat Towing My 2007 PT Cruiser Behind a 2002 Chevrolet Suburban
  • Yes, you can use the Tow Ready Adjustable Tow Bar, item # 63180, to tow your 2007 PT Cruiser Turbo convertible. Keep in mind that this tow bar is rated for towing speeds of 45 miles per hour or less. A better tow bar option would be the Blue Ox Adventurer Tow Bar, # BX7322 , which is designed for towing long distances and more frequently. You will need some other items along with the tow bar to complete your towing setup. First, a base plate kit for the PT Cruiser is needed. The...
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow a 2010 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4x4 Behind a Motor Home
  • We have all of the parts you are looking for to flat tow your 2010 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4x4, however, I did some research on your vehicle and it looks like you may need a Neutral Tow Kit from Ford to complete the flat tow setup for your Sport Trac. I recommend checking your owners manual or contacting Ford for any specific procedures or restrictions on flat towing your vehicle. For a base plate kit, you can use the Blue Ox Base Plates, # BX2198, that you referenced. This kit uses...
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow a 2011 Suzuki SX4 with a Blue Ox Aventa Tow Bar
  • I would be glad to help you with your towing situation and what would be the best setup you can use. It will require more parts than just the base plates for your vehicle. If you can flat tow your vehicle, you will need to purchase base plates, wiring for lights, and a supplemental braking system as required by law. First, I would recommend to check your owners manual or with the Suzuki dealer to see if your 2011 Suzuki SX4 can be flat towed. I have information that says the 2011 Suzuki...
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow a 2015 Subaru Forester
  • You are correct, I checked with Blue Ox and the Blue Ox Base Plate Kit # BX3619 that you referenced has been confirmed to fit the 2015 Subaru Forester. They must have just released this fit info as we usually have very up to date fit information. In addition to the base plates, you will also need a compatible tow bar, safety cables, lighting, and supplemental braking to flat tow your vehicle. The most popular compatible tow bar is the Blue Ox Aventa LX part # BX7445. This comes with...
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  • Base Plates to Flat Tow a 2005 Jeep Wrangler with a Blue Ox Rangefinder II Tow Bar
  • The front bumper on your 2005 Jeep Wrangler is designed to protect the vehicle in a low speed impact collision. It should not be used to flat tow the vehicle but instead, base plates should be used as they provide a proper safe and secure attachment point for a tow bar. The Blue Ox base plates for your vehicle are not compatible with the Rangefinder II tow bar. But, you will not have to get a whole new tow bar. What you can do is use Roadmaster Base Plates, # 1424-1, and then use an...
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  • What Parts are Needed to Flat Tow a 2008 Toyota Corolla S Behind a Motor Home
  • First, you will want to consult the vehicle owners manual on the proper towing procedure for a 2008 Toyota Corolla. Some vehicles require special parts, like a transmission lube pump, free-wheeling hubs, or other parts before they can be flat towed. There are 5 items you will need if you determine you can flat tow your Corolla. First, you will need base plates. The Blue Ox base plates that you have referenced, # BX3777, are the correct ones for your Corolla. With these base plates, you...
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  • Flat Towing Wiring Recommendation for a 2013 Mini Countryman
  • According to my contacts at Blue Ox their Bulb and socket kit # BX8869 will work for flat towing your 2013 Mini Countryman. To install this kit you will have to drill a 1 inch diameter hole in the back side of your taillight assembly. It is recommended to have at least 1/4 inch inside the taillight assembly, to ensure that the incandescent bulb does not cause any damage to the light assembly, or components. You will then need to route the wiring from your RV, making sure to avoid hot...
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  • Base Plates, Safety Cables, Lighting, and Supplemental Braking to Flat Tow a 2000 Jeep Wrangler TJ
  • The Blue Ox Base Plates, # BK1118, do have a 2 prong attachment point that will accept the Blue Ox Aladdin Tow Bar. The picture is a typical photo to just show where the base plates will be once installed. So it will install the same way as it did on your other vehicle. Also, I asked my contact at Blue Ox about the TJ model Jeep. She stated that as long as your 2000 Jeep TJ is a Wrangler, the base plates will fit. i know we have separate listings in our fit guide for Wrangler and TJ...
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow a 2010 Chevy Suburban
  • I will be happy to help you out. First, in order to determine if the 2010 Chevy Suburban model you have can be flat towed, you will need to consult the owners manual. I have found that if you have the 4-wheel drive, automatic transmission model, then it can be flat towed. If you have a 2-wheel drive model with the 4L60E transmission, you will need a transmission lube pump which you can get through Remco. And, if you have the All wheel drive model with the 6L80/90E transmission, it can...
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  • Tow Bar and Base Plate Kit Recommendation for Flat Towing a 2006 Toyota Tundra
  • For flat towing your 2006 Toyota Tundra, with the RoadMaster Blackhawk 2 All Terrain Tow Bar, item # RM-422, I recommend Roadmaster base plates, # 1154-1. You will also need a set of safety cables, item # RM-649, and lighting for the Tundra when being towed. I would recommend using the RoadMaster Tail Light Wiring Kit with Bulbs, item # RM-155, to keep the lighting from the tow vehicle totally separate from the wiring on your Tundra. The Blue Ox Wiring kit for your Tundra is the Blue...
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow a 2001 Ford Sport Trac Automatic Behind a Winnebago Adventurer
  • We have everything you will need to flat tow your 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac behind your Winnebago Adventurer, but before attempting to tow, I strongly recommend checking your owners manual before proceeding. From what I could find, the 4WD models with the electronic shift transfer case and automatic transmission cannot be flat towed. Ford also has distance and speed restrictions when flat towing this vehicle. To flat tow your 2001 Ford Sport Trac Automatic behind your Winnebago...
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  • Does a 2013 Nissan Frontier 2WD Need a Lube Pump for Flat Towing
  • According to a copy of a Nissan Frontier owners manual that I was able to find on-line, flat towing is only recommended for manual transmission version of this vehicle. If you have an automatic transmission Nissan requires that a vehicle dolly be used for towing your 2013 Nissan Frontier. Please double check your owners manual and confirm that your specific vehicle is capable of flat towing. I assume by transmission pump you are referring to a lube pump. A lube pump is used while the...
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow 2008 Honda Pilot AWD Behind a Motor Home
  • The Blue Ox Aventa LX Tow Bar, part # BX7445, that you have referenced, will be an excellent tow bar to flat tow your 2008 Honda Pilot AWD behind a motor home with a 2 inch hitch receiver. It has a weight capacity of 10,000 lbs. You will also want to read your owners manual or check with Honda regarding any other guidelines or modifications necessary so that the vehicle can be safely flat towed. Some vehicles require modifications such as a drive line disconnect, transmission lube pump,...
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  • Will the Blue Ox Bulb and Socket Lighting Kit Work for Flat Towing a 2005 Chevy Colorado
  • Yes, the Blue Ox Bulb and Socket Tail Light Wiring Kit, # BX8869, is confirmed to fit in the taillight housing on your 2005 Chevrolet Colorado. Along with the bulb and socket kit you will need an electrical cord and connectors to go from the towed vehicle to the motorhome. Blue Ox recommends the 4-Wire, Coiled Electrical Cord with 4-Way connectors, # BX8861 if your motorhome needs a 4-Way round connector, and the 6-Wire Coiled Electrical Cord with 6-Way round connectors, # BX8862 if...
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  • Does Blue Ox Base Plate Kit # BX3505 for 1996 Geo Tracker Include the Tow Bar
  • First, I would recommend to check your owners manual or with the Chevrolet/Geo dealer to see if your 1996 Geo Tracker can be flat towed. Some vehicles must be equipped with a transmission lube pump, an axle disconnect, drive line disconnect or free-wheeling hubs before they can be towed. If the correct procedure is not followed it will cause severe damage to the transmission. The Blue Ox Base Plate Kit, part # BX3505, for the 1996 Geo Tracker 4-Door without Brushguard is just the custom-fit...
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  • Blue Ox Tow Bar, Base Plates and Wiring for 2011 Honda Element
  • If your Element is not an SC model, you would use the BX2232 base plate kit. Neither Blue Ox nor Roadmaster offer a base plate kit for the 2011 Honda Element SC. The Blue Ox Aladdin, part # BX4325 would be a great choice for you. The Aladdin includes safety cables, is self aligning and will easily fold up against the rear of the motor home when not in use. To wire your vehicle so its tail lights work in tandem with the RV, you would need a Coiled Electrical Cord and Plugs, part #...
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