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Tail Light Isolating Diode System with Wiring Harness

Tail Light Isolating Diode System with Wiring Harness

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Allows motorhome or R.V. to power the lights on the towed vehicle without power feedback. Lowest Prices for the best tow bar wiring from Hopkins. Tail Light Isolating Diode System with Wiring Harness part number 38955 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Hopkins Tow Bar Wiring - 38955

  • Diode Kit
  • Splices into Vehicle Wiring
  • Universal
  • Tail Light Mount
  • Hopkins

Allows motorhome or R.V. to power the lights on the towed vehicle without power feedback.


Features:

  • Includes 4-pole flat trailer connector.
  • Max amperage per diode: 3 amps
  • Max voltage: 24 volts
  • Wire lead: 35' long
    • White ground wire measures 42" long.
  • Wire configuration:
    • Brown: Left and right side running lights
    • Green: Right side turn and brake lights
    • Yellow: Left side turn and brake lights
    • White: Ground


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Please note - 3 wire system on towed vehicle: If the towing vehicle has a 3 wire system, where the brake signal is sent along a separate wire from the turn signals, then a wiring converter (118158) and 2 additional diodes are needed to retain separate amber turn signals. If you only use this diode kit (38955), then the vehicle brake lights will function as brake and turn lights.




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38955 Tail Light Isolating Diode System with Wiring Harness






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Tail Light Isolating Diode System with Wiring Harness - 38955

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (161 Customer Reviews)

Allows motorhome or R.V. to power the lights on the towed vehicle without power feedback.

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I was looking for something to add to my 2014 Equinox for tail/brake/t-signal lighting for towing behind my motorhome. This system worked perfectly , and couldn't have been easier to install. The hardest part was running the wiring from front to rear ( through frame rails and what-not ). Tail-lite hook-up was a breeze. There was plenty of wire to do the job also. Now the vehicle lites work as a trailer and does not interfere with the normal vehicle lite operation.



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installed your isolating diode wiring harness 38955 also the blue ox base plate bx1126 . install was very easy with video on your site.was installed on my 2007 wangler to be towed with holiday rambler motor home.



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I got everything I needed to wire my Ford Ranger to be able to pull it behind my RV. The instructions were simple so I had no problem installing. It's saved me a great deal of money by being able to do it myself.



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The wiring harness worked well and connected as it was mad to do.



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The wiring kit is great. After 6months the plug holder is loose and when you go to plug it in it falls in. I siliconed it back in place and it is staying so far. Other than that it is a great kit.



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Installed the wiring kit on my 2008 Smart car. The Diode pack was exactly what I needed and made the installation simple and very clean. The kit was 100% complete in every way with more than enough wire to do the job. Thanks for a great product and at a price that made it practical.



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Kit arrived on time and in good condition. Installation instructions were accurate, routing of wires was most difficult part of install as expected. Product has been working as advertised since installed. Thank You!



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Service is top notch. Especially Sarah !!!! Ran into a issue with someone altering OEM on current tow set up and Sarah was able to trouble shoot over the phone and sent me what I needed. Etrailer has had my business and will continue to get it. I’m using the Demco Commander tow bar and base plate on a 2017 GMC 3500. Pulling with a Damon motor home.



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The weekend after receiving your Diode Kit, I went to work on my wife’s 2015 Trax. The hardest part of the whole project was running the harness from the engine compartment to the tail lights. The first thing I did was to attach the ground lead (white) to the negative terminal of the battery (it has a small bolt next to the main terminal for this purpose). After that, it was very easy to hook-up the diodes with the hardware included. The Trax actually has four separate lights, turn signal, brake, backup and running lights. I chose the light which had three wires going to it (red, green and black). One of the wires went to the running light filament, and one went to a brake light filament. The black wire was a ground, which I did not need. After the wiring was complete, this one light served as running, turn and brake. I secured them within the tail light assembly with duct tape and the project was finished. After connecting the trailer, everything worked perfectly. I’m very pleased with this product. Sandy Snowden, Katy, Tx.



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Went in easy and works great.



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Exactly what I needed to hook up my tow lights on my we 2001 jeep grand Cherokee limited. This kit makes it fast and easy.


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Still working great
Tim - 03/09/2019



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This is exactly what I needed to complete my tow package for the RV. I have seen for several years RVs towing a toad and always liked the idea of having the toad vehicle tail lights work from the RV. The diodes were easy to install and the spades fit tight. Instructions were clear even fo rthis old guy. Delivery was spot on with several emails communicating to me what was going on with the order. Thanks a bunch! :)


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It has been a year and after returning from vacation after the 4th I am very pleased to express my satisfaction with the diodes I installed on my Jeep wrangler. I get asked all the time how I was able to get the tail lights to come on while towing. I am always eager to tell and show everyone. What a great product. Still working GREAT!
Charles S - 07/09/2014


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Perfect fit with easy install instructions from trailer



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Wiring and diodes are high quality. Diodes are marked for ease of installation and the supplied connectors work very well. Installation directions are easy to understand.



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Haven't installed the product yet- can't understand the instructions & diagram. When Hopkins having their products made in Mexico- it hurts US workers and hurts US consumers also ! I've purchased a product that I can't install, due to the vague instructions & diagram. I would appreciate it , if you would send me something that I can understand. JR


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I see that you are installing this kit on a 2015 Kia Soul. I have a attached a video of an installation of a diode kit on a 2015 Kia Soul. The video is for a part number that includes a coiled cable but it is the same install for the hopkins part # 38955.
-- Etrailer Expert Heather A - 11/13/2018


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This towed car wiring kit is excellent for the do-it-yourself RV owner in that it includes everything required to wire the rear lights yourself. It is reasonably priced and made up of high quality components. I strongly recommend etrailer for all of your tow bar, bracket, wiring and accessory purchases. They are responsive, knowledgeable, and carry everything you should need.



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Very good quality and was easy to install by the directions.



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The installation of these wires were straight forward and easy to complete. After 1 year of use the system is still working perfectly! Highly recommended product to enable towed vehicles turn and brake lights vice separate set of lights. Set up once and no further action required.



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I wish they would have included a few extra terminals. Those things tend to break or get lost in the process, so a few more would have been nice. Instructions in the package were mostly useless, but there is plenty of documentation on the website listing.



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The product is now installed and works great. The instructions were sketchy (they were literally a sketch!) but I was able to muddle through it. Instructions did not call for the signal light wires to actually connect to the (separate) signal lights which I have on my Geo Tracker. When I rewired it this way everything worked fine.



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This Is the basic toad wiring kit that will allow you to use the toad's taillights in conjunction with your motorhome. It comes with a "Four Flat" plug but can cut and attatched to any plug you need. Complexity of installation depends on your toad. My Jeep Wrangler was easy to wire. My Subaru Impreza was far more difficult do to its design.



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Product contains everything a do-it-yourself handyman requires to completely wire a vehicle's existing lights for towing. The rate limiting part of this project is deciding how and where to run the wires from the front of the vehicle to the tail lights. The actual wiring of the lights requires about 15-20 minutes. Now I don't have to use the magnetic tow lights and string the wire through the vehicle. Thank you.



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The product arrived in three days in very good condition. Installation went well, the video is a great help. I suggest that a longer ground wire be installed. I was required to add some length to it to make compatible with roadmaster tow bar to my motorhome. All in all a good product. Earl Cook



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My experience with etrailer was great. From the beginning giving my order to Delisa, whom was cordial, comical and extremely helpful right on thru the shipping. Everything went as Delisa said it would, smoothly. The installation was easy after I got my RV lights corrected but that is not etrailers fault. The wiring I bought for my truck was perfect. I recommend etrailer.com to everyone and a big THANK YOU to DELISA.....Ron Waldo



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Arrived super quick, even with standard shipping. Product looks just like the pictures. Haven't installed yet.


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Thanks for checking Patrick. Installation was easy, works great! Would recommend this product.
Dave H - 04/06/2015


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Ask the Experts about this Hopkins Tow Bar Wiring

  • Will Supplemental Braking System and Tow Bar Wiring from RV Overload Brake Lights on Toyota Tacoma
    Both a brake light signal from the motor home and the brake signal from the vehicle are 12 volt systems. If both are supplying power at the same time to the same circuit it would not overload it because it would not double up the power to 24 volts. You may need a brake light relay # RM-88400 to keep the Tacoma brake signal from overriding the turn signal sent by your RV. The relay is needed on towed cars with combined lighting if you are using a supplemental braking system. Combined...
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  • Brake Light Relay to Prevent Motorhome Turn Signals Being Overridden By Brake Lamp on Towed Vehicle
    You'll need to install a Roadmaster Brake Light Relay, part # RM-88400. 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...
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  • Wiring Colors Explained for Tail Light Isolating Diode System # 38955
    You are correct in everything you mentioned. The part # 48955 is just the diodes of the part # 38955. The two brown wires are running lights to either side, yellow is left turn/stop, and green is right turn stop. White is ground.
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  • Wiring Lights for a 2001 Toyota Tacoma Being Towed by a RV
    Of the various available solutions available, the easiest method would be to use a magnetic towing light like part # RM-2120. This is a good option for occasional use. A more permanent wiring solution would be the Roadmaster Bulb and Socket Kit, part # RM-155. This kit uses bulbs that would install through 1 inch holes drilled into the back of the tail light assemblies. This solution allows the tow lighting wiring to remain completely independent of the wiring of the Tacoma. The install...
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  • Does a Vehicle on a Tow Dolly Need Tow Bar Wiring
    Since your tow dolly has taillights on it already you shouldn't need to also have the taillights of the vehicle you are towing activate as well. You should be good to go for towing your vehicle behind your RV with the tow dolly as long as it's taillights are functioning.
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  • Recommended Tow Bar Wiring Kit for 2005 Jeep Wrangler X
    According to Roadmaster, there is sufficient room in the tail light assemblies of a Jeep Wrangler to accommodate the separate bulb and socket like that used with part # RM-155. I would recommend that system, as the install is simpler with no splicing into the existing wiring on your Jeep. The wiring for towing will remain completely independent of the wiring on the Wrangler. There is nothing wrong with the Isolating Diode kit, but the install is more involved and time consuming. For...
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  • Does Tail Light Isolating Diode System Work With LED Lights
    Yes, the Tail Light Isolating Diode System with Wiring Harness # 38955 will work with LED lights. I have added links to a couple video reviews of this system for you to check out as well.
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  • Will Magnetic Tow Lights Work if Plugged into the 4-Way Connector of the Towed Vehicle
    You will need to plug the magnetic lights into the RV 4-Way since the 2017 Jeep Wrangler 4-Way will not have power and the lighting system you have will not provide power to the Wrangler's 4-Way. Plug them into the RV and it will solve the problem.
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  • Brake Light Relay Recommendation for Vehicle Where Braking System Pushes Brake Pedal
    We have just what you need for you situation. Roadmaster makes a brake light relay part # RM-88400 which allows your supplemental braking system to apply the brakes without overriding the tow bar turn signals if the blinkers were on. We've also installed it on a similar Jeep Wrangler JK which I attached an install video for to this page.
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  • Tail Light Isolating Diode Kit to Prevent Back-Feeding When Flat Towing
    You can use an isolating diode kit like # 48955 to prevent tail light back-feeding in your flat towing set-up. Each stop and turn circuit (4 in total) will need a diode to allow signals to travel in only one direction, without back-feeding to the RV.
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  • Necessary Equipment for Towing 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Behind Motorhome
    According to my research, if your Grand Cherokee has a manual transfer case with a Neutral position, it can be flat towed, unless it has the Quadra Trac I 4 wheel drive system. There is a specific procedure that must be followed, which is outlined in your owner's manual. From what I read online, the Jeep WJ (Grand Cherokee 1999-2004 model years) is a popular vehicle to flat tow. The WJ is lighter than later models, which makes it good for flat towing. In order to flat tow your Grand...
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  • Wiring a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee with Diodes to Flat Tow behind a Motor Home
    We actually have some helpful diagrams on the product page for the Tail Light Isolating Diode System, # 38955, as well as some videos and an FAQ article that I have linked for you. All of these items should be a big help. When checking the wires on the vehicle to determine function, you will need a circuit tester like # 40376. You will probe the wires behind each tail light to find the turn signal, running light, and brake light wires. You will then wire them into the diodes according...
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  • Tow Bar Wiring to Flat Tow a 1996 Geo Tracker Behind a Motor Home
    You can use a diode kit like # 38955 on your 1996 Geo Tracker but there are several things to consider. First, it looks like your Tracker has turn signals that are separate from the brake and running lights. If this is so then by using a 4 diode kit, all the functions will use the brake/running light bulb and the vehicle turn signals will not be used at all. If the towing vehicle (RV) has separate bulbs as well and no trailer connector, you would either need to use a tail light converter,...
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  • Can a Tail Light Isolating Diode System Be Used on a Chevy Colorado with Separate Brake Light
    Yes, you can use the 4-Diode System, part # 38955, to wire your Colorado. As you pointed out, the turn and brake signals will not longer be on separate bulbs. The diodes should be sealed enough that they will hold up mounted near the tail lights. I would not put them in direct exposure to rain or road water. I would mount them behind the tail light housings using the light fixture seal to block out most of the rain water. I would also use a dab of dieletric grease, part # 11755, at each...
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  • Using Hopkins Tail Light Isolation Diode Kit, Part # 38955, In 2013 Honda Fit Being Flat-Towed by RV
    The Hopkins Tail Light Isolation Diode Kit, Part # 38955, prevents braking signals generated in your towed Honda Fit from feeding back into your RV lighting system when you are using a supplementary braking system such as the Ready Brake. Please refer to the linked installation video showing how the diode kit installs in a 2010 Honda Fit. You indicate that your RV has a combined lighting system - brake and turn lights carried on the same wire. You may be able to use just this diode kit...
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  • Tail Light Isolating Diode System # 38955 Install on 2011 Ford Fiesta
    If you go to the product description page for the Hopkins Tail Light Isolating Diode System, part # 38955 and scroll down to the bottom of the page (use the provided link) you will see 4 install diagrams. The wiring method used will depend on the way the tail light circuits on your RV are wired. The lights can be wired in one of two different ways. If your RV uses what we call a combined system, the brake light and turn signals are combined into a single circuit, using a singe bulb on...
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  • How to Wire a 2007 Jeep Wrangler so All Running Lights Work Front and Back When Used as Toad
    If you want to run the lights at the front of your toad you will need to install a diode at each running power wire going into the light bulb socket. You would need extra diodes, # 48955, and you would need to splice in extra wiring, # DW02360-1. Wiring the front running lights will be similar the wiring the rear running lights, see attached photo. You will need to make sure that your towing vehicles trailer wiring is capable of handling the extra amperage required by adding the...
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  • Will Hopkins Tail Light Isolating Diode System # 38955 Work on 1998 Toyota Tacoma
    You will be fine using the Hopkins Tail Light Isolating Diode System # 38955 on 1998 Toyota Tacoma. Although this item has not been formally tested on your particular model year truck it will operate properly in your application on a 1998 Tacoma.
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  • Which Tow Bar Wiring Diode Kit is Used to Flat Tow a 2003 Chevy Tracker Behind a Motor Home
    The diode kit recommended for your 2003 Chevy Tracker is actually the 6-diode kit # 154-792-118158. Those 2 additional diodes will allow the turn signals and brake lights to be separate on the Tracker when it is being towed. When using a 4-diode kit such as # 38955 the red brake lights will function as both brake lights and turn signals which is perfectly legal if that is what you are worried about. Since you already have a 4-diode kit at the very least you will just need 2 more...
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  • Wiring a RV to Tow a 1998 Saturn SL2
    To wire your RV to tow your 1998 Saturn SL2 you will need part 38955. This kit will use the Saturn brake lights for both the brake lights and turn signals. If your SL2 has amber turn signals, you will also need part 118158, and two extra diodes, item # 48955, if you would like the amber turn signals to function.
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  • Is it Safe to Use Tail Light Isolation Diodes on a 2005 Jeep Wrangler TJ for Flat Towing
    Yes, it is safe to use diodes on your Jeep Wrangler. Diode Kits, like the Hopkins Tail Light Isolating Diode System, item # 38955, are designed to stop any power feed back onto the vehicles electrical system. If it concerns you, and drilling a hole in the tail light housing is not an issue, you can definitely use a bulb kit on your TJ. Blue Ox recommends the Blue Ox Tail Light Wiring Kit, item # BX8869, along with the Blue Ox 4-Wire, Coiled Electrical Cord and plugs, item # BX8861. I...
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  • Adding Lights to a 2013 Kia Optima Hybrid Behind Towed on a Tow Dolly Behind a Motor Home
    The most cost effective and the easiest solution is going to be to use a magnetic light kit, # RM-2120. It plugs into a 4-Way trailer connector and will work with the motor home lights. Be sure to consult the owners manual for your 2013 Kia Optima Hybrid to make sure that it can be towed on a tow dolly. If you do not already have a tow dolly and if it is something you will use frequently, we carry Roadmaster Tow Dolly, # RM-2050-1. It comes with lights, electric brakes (the motor...
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  • Where Should Diodes Be Placed When Installing Tow Bar Wiring On 2003 Chevrolet Tracker
    When installing the tow bar wiring like part # 38955 on your 2003 Chevrolet Tracker, you want to install the diodes as close to the tail lights on your Tracker as you can. I have attached a link to an installation video for this wire harness on an Equinox. The vehicle may be different but you can check out the video at about the 2:20 mark and it shows how they are installing the diodes with the wiring. When installing the wiring on your Tracker you may need to use a circuit tester like...
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  • Does my Tow Bar Wiring Harness Require the use of Hy-Power Diodes
    Wherever you use the RV to signal the vehicle's factory lights, diodes will be needed to stop the backflow of electricity. If you are using a set of external lights like part # TL21RK then the diodes will not be needed but since you have the wiring harness attached to your factory lights then you will want to use a set of diodes like part # RM-794. I have attached a diode installation help article for you to take a look at as well.
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  • Wiring Needed for Towing a 2007 Kia Rio with a 2008 Freedom Express Class C RV
    Your Kia requires a taillight converter, so you will need the Tail Light Isolating Diode System, part # 38955 and the Vehicle to Vehicle Taillight Converter, part # 118158 along with two extra diodes, which will require purchasing the Tail Light Isolating Diodes Qty 4, item # 48955, or the Roadmaster Hy-Power Diodes Qty 2, item # RM-792. If you do not mind the brake lights blinking when the turn signals are activated then you can just use the Tail Light Isolating Diode System, part #...
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  • Are There Custom Fit, Plug-In Tail Light Isolating Diode Systems?
    Flat towing a vehicle is not something that as may people do as say using that same vehicle for towing a small utility trailer. None of the towing parts manufacturers, at least to my knowledge, have started building custom fit diode kits because the demand would not be there to offset the design and engineering costs. The T-One harness you installed, cannot be used in reverse. Trying to send power the other way at best would simply not work, at worst it could cause damage. There is...
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  • Pollak 6-Pole Trailer Wiring Socket # PK12720 Recommendation for Flat Towing a 2011 Honda Fit
    I would recommend you remove the 4-wire flat plug and replace it with a Pollak 6-Pole, Round Pin, Plastic Trailer Wiring Socket, part # PK12720, like you mentioned. This way you would not have to use an adapter which would give you a cleaner install and give you one less component that could potentially fail on you. I attached an FAQ article on tow bar wiring below for you to check out also.
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  • Tow Bar Wiring Recommendations for Flat Towing a 2011 Chevy Malibu 1LT with a 2010 Jayco Seneca
    For tow bar wiring you basically have three options to choose from. You can use the magnetic lights like you are familiar with, like a RoadMaster Standard Magnetic Tow Lights, part # RM2120. You can use a diode kit like the Tail Light Isolating Diode System, part # 38955, that you referenced. If you are looking for the highest quality diode kit on your 2011 Chevy Malibu you would want the Roadmaster Universal Hy-Power Diode Wiring Kit, part # RM-154. Or you can use a bulb light...
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  • Recommended Tow Bar Wiring for a 1999 Chevy Suburban
    To wire your Suburban for flat towing, there are three choices. A magnetic mount lighting system like part # RM-2120 is a good choice if you are not planning on towing the vehicle frequently. Since you are looking to permanently wire the vehicle, either the Roadmaster Wiring Kit with Bulbs, part # RM-155 or the Tail Light Isolating Diode System with Wiring Harness, part # 38955. Part # RM-155 features bulbs that would mount using holes drilled in the tail light assembly of the vehicle....
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  • 7-way Blade to 6-Round Pin Trailer Connector Adapter
    We don't offer the Curt part, but we do carry the identical Hopkins # 47549. This adapter is set up with the center pin carrying the 12-volt auxiliary power circuit, but it can easily be swapped so the center pin carries the brake output if necessary, if that's the way your connector on your trailer is wired. I'v linked to a product description video featuring the # 47549 adapter.
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