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Roadmaster 4-Diode Universal Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles - 7-Wire to 6-Wire Straight Cord

Roadmaster 4-Diode Universal Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles - 7-Wire to 6-Wire Straight Cord

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2006 Ford Fusion - Roadmaster 4-Diode Universal Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles - 7-Wire to 6-Wire Straight Cord

This complete kit includes everything you need to connect your RV's tail, brake, and turn signal lights to your towed car. Diodes prevent feedback and wire your car to operate as a combined system. Includes a 7-way to 6-way straight adapter cord.


Features:

  • Complete wiring kit lets you connect your RV's tail, brake, and turn signal lights to your towed vehicle's lighting system
    • Wires towed car as a combined lighting system so that brake and turn signals travel along same wire
  • Diodes prevent electrical feedback and the damage it can cause to your car's electrical components
  • 7-Wire to 6-wire adapter cord allows you to run power from your RV to your towed vehicle
    • Straight cord is ideal for all-terrain tow bars and other tow bars that have channel guides
  • 6-Way socket wires to harness and mounts on towed car with included bracket
  • Sturdy, durable construction
    • Powder-coated aluminum casings protect diodes from corrosion
    • Electrical cord resists water, oil and chemicals
    • Silicone-injected plugs prevent corrosion
  • Kit includes:
    • 4 Hy-Power diodes
    • Wiring harness
    • 7-Way to 6-way adapter cord
    • 6-Way socket with mounting bracket
    • Wire connectors
    • Cable ties
    • 1 Ring terminal
    • 3' Long plastic loom
  • Brake light relay (RM-88400 - sold separately) may be required if used with supplemental braking system


Specs:

  • Maximum amperage: 85 amps
  • Maximum voltage: 24 volts
  • Adapter cord length: 6-1/2'
    • Wire gauge: 16
  • Wiring harness length: 30'


Note: For applications that have separate lighting, this kit will cause your brake lights to function as both brake and turn signal lights. A wiring converter (118158 - sold separately) and 2 additional diodes will be needed if you want to retain separate turn and brake signals.


Separate vs. Combined Lighting Systems

Some automobiles operate on a 3-wire system, wherein the brake signal and the turn signals travel along different wires to illuminate different lights. (Typically, these vehicles have amber turn signals.) This is referred to as a "separate lighting system". When you hook up for flat towing using this kit, your towed car's lighting system will operate in a combined fashion regardless of whether it typically has combined or separate lighting. This means that the brake and turn signals sent by your RV to your towed car will be carried on a single wire. As a result, your car's brake lights will do the flashing for the turn signals. Your vehicle will still function as designed when not hooked up to your RV.


Diode Wiring Diagram

Diode Wiring Diagram

Diode Wiring Diagram

Diode Wiring Diagram

Do You Need a Brake Light Relay?

Because this kit wires your vehicle as a combined system, a brake light relay (RM-88400 - sold separately) may be required if you use a supplemental braking system with your towing setup. A supplemental braking system depresses the brake pedal in your towed car every time you apply the brakes in your RV. So, if your towed car's brake lights illuminate when the brake pedal is pressed and the engine is off - as is the case when towing - then you need to install a relay to ensure that the lights on your towed car always act in accordance with the signals sent by your RV via the wiring harness. Without a relay, the brake signal from your towed car will override the turn signal sent by your RV when you slow down to make turns, creating a potential hazard.



RM-152 Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit

RM-98146-7 Roadmaster Wiring - Straight 6 to 7 - 78" Long



RM-152-98146-7 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details RM-152-98146-7 Installation instructions

Video of Roadmaster 4-Diode Universal Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles - 7-Wire to 6-Wire Straight Cord


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




Video Transcript for Roadmaster 4-Diode Universal Wiring Kit Installation - 2011 Ford Fusion

Ryan: Hey everybody. Ryan here at etrailer.com. Today on our 2011 Ford Fusion, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Roadmaster Universal Diode Wiring Kit. Well, there's going to be six main components needed to flat tow your Fusion. You're going to need a base plate, diode wiring, a braking system, a tow bar, safety cables, and a brake light relay. Now our wiring kit is going to transfer the lighting signals from the back of our RV or motor home to the back of our Fusion when we're towing it down the road.

And that'll keep us safe and legal. And it's going to provide us with the four basic functions: our tail lights, our left turn, our right turn, and our brake lights.Now in my opinion, when it comes to a wiring set up for your Fusion, this would be the best choice. And I say that because we'll have to set it up one time and be done with it. It will be very reliable and we won't have to think about it a whole lot. As comparison to some of the other styles, Like the magnetic style for example, we'll have to set those up every time and you're actually going to have to stick the lights on your car, and you're going to have to worry about scratching up your paint.Now the other style to compare the wiring to would be the bulb and socket, and I'm personally not too crazy about that, because that's going to require you to drill a new hole into your taillight.

You really only have one chance to do it right. If not, and you accidentally mess up, you're going to have to get a new tail light and/or worry about your tail light leaking.Another benefit over those two other types is that this is going to use diodes, and what those diodes are going to do, they're going to protect your vehicle's factory wiring system if a short would occur anywhere else.Now with this kit, it does come included with a seven way to six way cord and the cord actually comes bare on this end, and what that's going to allow you to do is use it correctly with a channel tow bar. That way when this is off, you can slide your cord through the channels in your tow bar and then simply install this end.Now the kit is also going to come with a six way round plug as well as this small bracket to mount the plug to. The lid is spring loaded. That way it'll help keep any dirt, debris, water and moisture out when we're not using it.

And on the bottom of the cap as well, there's going to be a lip here. What that's for is whenever you plug your cord into it, that lips actually going to catch into the plug and help prevent it from getting accidentally pulled out.Now one thing I would recommend picking up with your wiring is some dielectric grease and that'll help us with the installation process, which really isn't too bad. Speaking of which, let's go ahead and wire everything up together now. As we get our install, we're going to be here at the back of the car working in the trunk area, so we'll go ahead and lift that up. We need to pull out our carpeting and just set it off to the side for now.

Now we're going to remove our plastic threshold just to give us some more room to work and make everything a little easier. It's going to be held in place by three push pin fasteners.Now the way we're going to get these out is use a trim tool, handle 00:03:33 tool, or you can use a flathead screwdriver. Get underneath the head of it and just pry it up. Sometimes you kind of got to grab the and wiggle them around a little bit. Now I'll move over to the driver's side and do the same thing. And once we have all those fasteners out, we can grab our threshold and pull up on it and set it off to the side.Now I went ahead and tested our light's wiring to identify its signals. And the one that we're working with is this main bulb. It's this big brown connector and there's going to be three wires coming out of the back of it. Now we're looking for the turn signals, our brake light signals and our running light signals. And what I came up with is I found that this purple wire with the white stripe going through it, that's going to be for our running lights. And I found that this gray wire, there'll be a thin black stripe running down it. That is going to be for our stop and turn signals. Now over on the passenger side, we're going to be using that same light with this big brown connector and it's again three wires coming out of it. This one's going to be a little bit different. The purple wire with the white stripe, that's going to be for our running lights and the purple wire with the orange stripe, that's going to be for our stop and turn signal.Now we can start to run some of our wiring. Now I actually found a grommet right here on the driver's side and it's made out of plastic and I just drilled a small hole through it. That way we can run some of our new wiring through it and drop it down underneath the car. So once you have that hole made, what we can do is take our new bundle of wire, feed it through there and run it down. We're going to run pretty much the whole bundle of wire down underneath the car. We're just going to give ourself five or six feet of wire here at the top to work with. Now what we're going to do is cut our factory wiring and crimp on some spade terminals on each end of it. So what I can do here is, to give us some more room to work, just disconnect connector from the tail light. Push down on that center tab, pull it away. And then what we're going to do is cut in half the gray wire with the black stripe and the purple wire with the white stripe.We're going to strip back the insulation on each end. Now with all of our ends stripped back, we're going to take the blue spade terminals that come in our kit and crimp one of them on each end of our wire. Slide it over the bare end of the wire and squeeze down.Now we're going to take our new wiring and we're going to split them apart from each other. I'm just going to take a pair of snips and cut in between them a little bit. Peel them back some. What we're actually going to do is pull the green wire down maybe three or four foot. We're going to take the white wire and pull that down maybe two foot. We're going to pull these apart from each other just a few inches. Now our yellow and brown wire and go ahead and strip back the insulation on these as well.And now we can cramp our terminals on our yellow and brown wires. Now the yellow wire will get a blue spade connector, slide it on and crimp it down. The brown wire is going to be a little bit different. And what I actually did is I went to the other end of our whole wiring set up here, and I separated the brown wire from the rest of the wires and I cut off maybe about five foot or so of wire, just the brown wire, because we're going to connect these together and then run this brown wire over to the passenger side. So I peeled the insulation off both of them. What we're going to do is twist these together and then we're going to take the yellow spade connector in our kit and put that over these wires.Now with all of our spade connectors on our wiring, we can hook the diodes up. So we'll take one of our diodes and I like to use some dielectric grease to put on the ends of it and that'll just help protect it from any corrosion or anything like that. And if you need some dielectric grease, you can find it here at etrailer.com. What we're gonna do is take the end with our factory taillight connector on it and we'll go ahead and start with the gray wire. What we're going to do is plug that wire on to the single out terminal on our diode. Then we'll grab the other end of our gray wire and plug that into one of the in terminals. And then we're going to take our new yellow wire and plug that into the last terminal.Now we can grab our other diode. Once again, we're going to take the end with our connector on it. Take the purple wire with a white stripe, plug that into the out portion. Take the other end of the purple wire, connect it to the end terminal. And finally we can take our brown wires and plug that into the last one.So now we can take our factory connector and plug that back into the taillight. Now we're actually going to mount and secure these diodes. So what I'm going to do is on one of the diodes, peel back the backing paper and stick it to the other diode. And I'm going to mount it on a spot over here. That way there's plenty of room and you can still easily onto your light if you need to. That's a good idea to use some rubbing alcohol or some type of cleaner and clean off that area where you're going to mount it, just so it sticks good. You can peel that other piece of backing paper off. And push it into place.All right, now we can ground our white wire. So we'll peel back some of that insulation and crimp on our included ring terminal. And I'm going to secure this to this part of the body here where it's solid metal using the included self tapping tek screw. I'm going to put it right here. That way it's out of the way, just like that.Now we can take our green and our brown wire and run it over here to the passenger side. That way we can splice in our diodes. Peel that out of the way. Once again we'll disconnect our taillight connector here to make it easier to work. The wires that we're going to be cutting will be the purple wire with the white stripe and the purple wire with the orange stripe. Now we can peel back all four ends of the insulation and crimp on all blue spade terminals, using the same technique that we use over on the driver's side.So I went ahead and hooked our diodes up the same way that I did the other side. The wire that is purple with a white stripe will get connected to each other on each end of the diode and our brown wire will get connected to that one. The wire with the purple and orange stripe, once again, those will get connected to each side of the diode and our green wire will get connected to that diode. So once we have them done like this and go ahead and plug it back in and mount them and secure them the same way we did the other side.I went ahead and used some zip ties to secure our green and brown wiring along this factory wiring over here to the passenger side. And now when that's on and everything's plugged in, you can put everything in the trunk back together in the opposite order that we took it apart.One thing I do want to point out. It is a good idea to get some silicone and fill in the hole that we ran our wires through, just to help keep everything sealed.I went ahead and ran our wiring up to the front into the engine compartment and up here in our fender well, that's where it came through. That's where we pushed it through the grommet and I actually ran it up along our bumper beam to about here in the center, and ran it straight forward. I do want to point out you want to avoid any hot or moving parts. I just secured it as we went along using some zip ties. I just ran it along the strap and along these factory lines and up into the engine compartment. Now how I got it into the engine compartment, what I actually did was from the top side of the car, I took a piece of nylon tubing. You could use a coat hanger or even another piece of wire that you have laying around and actually dropped it down from the top. That way it would hang down here at the bottom of the car, and then I actually just taped our wiring to that. Went back up top and pulled that wire to bring our wiring into the engine compartment.Here's where our wiring comes up through the engine compartment along the side of our battery, below our air filter box, and I brought it through the front of the car. There's a small gap on the side of the radiator and shroud that we can push our wire through. And I just dropped it down here to our base plate where we can make the rest of the connections. Right now our wire's up here. We're going to connect to our six way, so what I did was just peel back some insulation on each one to expose that bare wire underneath. We're going to take our rubber seal, if you will, and slide that on first. We'll take our bracket, slide that on.Now we can take our six way connector and we're going to be hooking up to four of these terminals. There's going to be little set screws in them that you have to kind of back out to make enough room for our wires to go through. Now they're going to be marked accordingly, and the ones that we're going to be using our TM, that'll be our tail lights, which will be our brown wire; GD, which is ground, which will be our white wire; LT, which is left turn, which will be our yellow wire; and RT, which is right turn, which will be our green wire. So how are we going to do this We'll just start with our green wire, slide it all the way in and then tighten up that set screw. Now I'll do that same process for the remaining wires.I'm going to put on some dielectric grease and just kind of glob it over everything to help prevent any corrosion. Once we have everything covered really good, what we can do is take our cover and slide that into place. And what I like to do is just use a little electrical tape to just help keep everything sealed.Now we're not going to mount this just yet because we need to find a good spot on the fascia for this to come through and be easily accessible. Now I do want to point out there is a bunch of different styles of no-drill brackets available here at etrailer.com that'll allow you to connect it to your base plate and pretty much mount it however you want.Now I went ahead and hooked up to a tester. That way we can check and make sure everything's hooked out properly. If you don't have one of these, you could always just hook up to your motor home and do it that way. And I'll go ahead and check our tail lights, our left turn, our right turn and our brake lights.Our kit does come with our cord and the end with the six way plug on it will be not attached, and the reason for this is this is designed to work with tow bars that have channels in them. That way we can remove this and run our wiring through the channel. But to install this, it's very simple. You first just back off these two screws. That'll actually allow this silver housing to slide down and the wires are already pre-stripped and ready to go. All you simply have to do is loosen up these set screws and put your wires into the corresponding ones. Now they are labeled just like how we did on the six way plug. You're going to do the same thing on this one.And that'll do it for our look at and our installation of the Roadmaster Universal Four Diode Wiring Kit on our 2011 Ford Fusion.


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Roadmaster 4-Diode Universal Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles - 7-Wire to 6-Wire Straight Cord - RM-152-98146-7

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (3 Customer Reviews)

This complete kit includes everything you need to connect your RV's tail, brake, and turn signal lights to your towed car. Diodes prevent feedback and wire your car to operate as a combined system. Includes a 7-way to 6-way straight adapter cord.

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