Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles

Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles

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Wire your vehicle and get the signal lights required for flat towing without having to splice into your wiring with this custom, plug-in harness. Integrated diodes prevent feedback from RV for safe operation. Wires as combined lighting system. Lowest Prices for the best tow bar wiring from Hopkins. Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles part number HM56011 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.

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Hopkins Tow Bar Wiring - HM56011

Wire your vehicle and get the signal lights required for flat towing without having to splice into your wiring with this custom, plug-in harness. Integrated diodes prevent feedback from RV for safe operation. Wires as combined lighting system.


  • Lets you wire your vehicle to accept your RV's tail, brake, and turn signal lights for flat towing
    • Wires towed car as combined system so that brake and turn signals travel along same wire
    • Provides 4-way flat plug at front of towed car to connect to motor home
  • Plugs in quickly and easily - no cutting or splicing of wires
    • Connection points are located behind your vehicle's tail lights
  • Prevents electrical feedback to safeguard towed car's electrical system
    • Weatherproof box keeps built-in diodes protected
  • Won't interfere with electrical system when towed car is not hooked up to RV
  • Custom designed for your vehicle
  • Includes wiring harness, mounting bracket, and installation hardware
    • Extension loop for connecting towed car to RV is sold separately
    • Brake light relay (RM-88400 - sold separately) may be required if used with supplemental braking system
  • 90-Day warranty

Wiring Your Towed Car with Hopkins

Wiring your car for flat towing has never been easier. No more testing wires or splicing into your electrical system. No need to painstakingly position multiple diodes beneath your vehicle. No worries about voiding your warranty. With this custom-fit towed vehicle wiring kit from Hopkins, all you have to do is plug the harness into your vehicle's existing wiring, which is located behind your car's tail light assemblies. No cutting, tapping, or splicing is required.

After plugging in the wiring harness, use the included bracket to mount the 4-way flat connector at the front of your towed car. An extension loop (sold separately) is required to connect your towed car to your RV.

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 harness, 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.

Do You Need a Brake Light Relay?

Because this harness 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.

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HM56011 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details HM56011 Installation instructions

This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2015 - 2018 Ford Edge Sport and Titanium

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Video of Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles

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

Video Transcript for Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit Installation - 2016 Ford Edge

Speaker 1: Today on this 2016 Ford Edge, we'll be having a look at and showing you how to install the Hopkins custom taillight wiring kit for towed vehicles, part number HM56011.Here's what it looks like with our towed vehicle wiring installed. We have our brake lights running right now and you can see that it's utilizing our factory brake light and turn signal on our vehicle. Also, what's great about this is that this plugs into our vehicle's existing wiring with no cutting or splicing required. So we don't need to worry about voiding the warranty on our new vehicle. Another great feature about this wiring harness is that there's diodes built into it. So we don't have to worry about power from our motor home going to our lights and then being backfed into our vehicle's expensive electrical components.

This will prevent any damage from occurring.What's really cool about this is once we arrive at our destination and unhook from our motor home, we can simply unplug it. We don't have to worry about flipping any switches or anything. Our factory lights will still work as normal. One thing that I really like about this since we're utilizing our factory lights, we don't have to worry about using magnetic tow lights on our vehicle and potentially scratching the paint if they fall off. Now that we've gone over some features, we'll show you how to get them installed.To begin our install, we're going to open our rear hatch.

Now we need to remove our taillight assemblies. Now in order to do that, there's this cover here. You need to pop this out. We use a flathead screwdriver to come underneath and to pull out the cover. Behind the cover we find the one screw that holds our taillight assembly in place.

It's a Torx screw, but you can also use a flathead screwdriver on it as well if you don't have a Torx screwdriver. Be careful not to drop the screw down inside, because it will fall and go behind the fascia and be difficult to get out.Now we'll grab our taillight assembly and pull it towards the rear of the vehicle. Now we need to unplug our taillight. That's this connector right here. There's a tab right here.

You push on that connector and tab. We can pull the connector apart, just like that. Here's the tab right here.Now in order to get room for our wires to pass through behind our fascia. We're going to grab our fascia right next to the hatch opening here and we'll pull back to unclip it. Now we'll repeat the same process for our passenger side.Now we'll take something to use as a pull wire. We're using a piece of air line tubing. You can also use a piece of string with a nut tied on the end of it like a plumb bob. Just something that'll fall down behind. We'll go behind the fascia. And here's where our pull wire comes down behind our fascia. We'll now take our connector in here with the yellow wire. This is the short connector off of our converter box here and we'll tape this securely to the end of our pull wire. Now we'll pull our connector up behind our taillight.With the pull wire removed, we can now match up the female end to the male end on the vehicle. And we'll just push firmly til it locks into place. Now we'll push our fascia back in place. And we'll plug in our taillight assembly now. Now we'll unclip our factory connector from the side of the vehicle. This way we can push the wires down including our new connector here. And we'll have room to install our taillight assembly now.We routed our connector for the passenger side over to the passenger side by going over our exhaust pipe on the drivers side. And then we went behind this plastic panel here, that has the heat shield on it. This will protect our wiring and keep it hidden behind the vehicle. It comes over here, outside of there, and here's our pull wire that we dropped down. So we'll pull our wires up behind our taillight on the passenger side now. Now we'll match up our female connector on our wiring harness with the male connector on our vehicle. Push until it locks into place. And we'll plug our taillight into the other end of our wiring harness.We'll unclip our harness from the vehicle, just like we did on the driver's side to make more room for our wires. And we'll place the connectors down inside as well as our wires. And reinstall our taillight assembly.Now our wiring end with the four pole connector on it. We routed that towards the front of the vehicle, making sure we avoided any moving parts or sources of heat. So it goes here. We have it secured to the exhaust hanger here with a zip tie. It goes above our rear sub frame now. It comes out to the side of our fuel tank, goes above our filler neck. At the front of the fuel tank, it goes underneath this plastic fabric panel. We have it secured to this part of the vehicle right here with a zip tie. Just so our wires don't fall down and they're not visible underneath the vehicle. It follows this panel. Where it exits, we have it zip tied to a bracket that holds our fuel lines in place. Just want to point out that you want to zip tie to the bracket and not around the fuel lines since they are nylon and the zip tie could wear through them over time.It goes up, we have it zip tied to our transmission shift cable there on the outer sleeve. That part does not move. And this will keep it away from our vehicle's drive shaft since it is all wheel drive and away from our exhaust. And then it goes into the engine compartment.Okay here's where our wiring harness comes into our engine bay. Next to our battery, we have it secured to the wiring harness there. Now we brought this up the same way we brought out connectors up. We used a pull wire to bring it inside the engine compartment.Now we need to get our four pole connector to the front of our vehicle. In order to do that, we're going to take this panel off so we can route the wires underneath it. To take the panel off, we have several push pin fasteners like this. The way these work, there's a center section. You can use a flathead screwdriver or a trim panel tool, pop that center section up. Then you can get underneath the entire pin and pry that up and the whole thing comes out. Okay with all those fasteners removed, we can just lift up on the panel and we'll set it aside.Now where our grill attaches to our core support. We have six 10 millimeter fasteners to remove. Now we're going to remove the top two bolts on our drivers side headlight. We won't be able to remove the headlight assembly since there is another fastener behind the fascia. But this will allow us to pivot some out of the way to get some more room. So there's two 10 millimeter fasteners, one on each corner. Now we'll feed our four pole connector underneath the headlight area. Now we'll pull back on our grill here and we'll drop our connector down behind it.Now we're going to remove this plastic panel that goes to your fascia and underneath to our sub frame. We'll have several five and a half millimeter fasteners like this one. We'll have a couple plastic fasteners like we had up top. And we'll also have a few seven millimeter fasteners as well. Okay we'll take this down and set it aside.Now underneath that panel, we have a fabric air dam here. There's a plastic fastener on each side and a couple five and a half millimeter screws that we can remove. Once you have that removed, it'll fold back and we have access to our wiring. Now our white wire that comes off of our four pole connector with this ring terminal. We need to attach this to your vehicle's sheet metal. This way it'll provide a ground signal so our lights will work properly. We're just going to go to this cross member here, where our plastic panel attach to. This won't get in the way and it's a perfect spot. And we'll use the provided self tapping screw to secure it into place.We went ahead and routed our four pole connector through our fascia from the bottom. At this point, we could reinstall all of our panels if we just wanted to have a four pole connector to run our trailer lights. But our customer already has a six pole connector install. This six round connector we can hook our wiring into that connector as well. He can still has his charge line that will power his braking system. And we only have one electrical connection between our vehicles. So that's what we're going to do.We're going to cut off our four pole flat. And we'll pull out our slack on our wires now. We'll now separate our three wires here. Our ground wire was already separated and that's the white wire. Now we'll remove our connector from our base plate. All right we put some wire loom over our wires. So we won't have any colored wires visible behind our fascia. Now we'll slide back our dust cover here on our six way connector. We'll slide our wires through the back of it. And we'll cut off our excess wires. And we'll strip back the insulation from each wire.We'll also slide our white wire through our dust cover and we'll strip back some insulation from that wire. Now we'll start making our electrical connections. The white wire, that's our ground that'll go to the terminal marked GD on our connector. Once the wires inserted, we'll tighten the set screw. Now we'll do our taillights. That goes to terminal marked TM and that gets our brown wire. Now we'll do our left turn signal. It's also our left brake light. That gets our yellow wire. It goes to terminal marked LT. That leaves us with our right turn signal and right brake light and that's our green wire. That goes to terminal marked RT. Here's what it looks like with all of our connections made to the front of our vehicle.Now we'll take some dielectric grease and we'll smear it inside our connector. And this will help prevent any corrosion from occurring, if water was to get inside. Now we'll slide our dust cover back over our connector. Now we'll secure our dust cover to our electrical connector using some electrical tape. We'll also cover up the rest of our wires, so we don't have any colored wires behind our fascia, giving us a nice clean look. And we'll reinstall our connector.Now we'll go ahead and reinstall all of our panels. Okay now we have our edge hooked up to a tester. You can also hook up to your motor home in order to test this out. We're going to make sure we run through all of our functions and make sure everything's working properly. We'll start by turning on our taillights. And as you can see both of those are working properly. Now we'll do our left turn signal and check that one out. That one's working great as well. Now we'll try out our brake lights. You'll notice both of our brake light are working properly. Now we'll check with our right turn signal and see if that's working. That's working too, so we have everything working properly and we're ready to hit the road.And that completes our look at and installation of the Hopkins custom taillight wiring kit for towed vehicles, part number HM56011 on this 2016 Ford Edge.

Customer Reviews

Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles - HM56011

Average Customer Rating:  4.3 out of 5 stars   (10 Customer Reviews)

Wire your vehicle and get the signal lights required for flat towing without having to splice into your wiring with this custom, plug-in harness. Integrated diodes prevent feedback from RV for safe operation. Wires as combined lighting system.

- HM56011

As advised plug and play super easy to install 665690

- HM56011

Well made and easy to install at the lights. Routing the wiring to the front of the car was a bit involved to route and secure in a safe manner. Very helpful that all the rear wiring was an easy unplug an plug procedure. 635812

- HM56011
2017 Ford Edge

Product did not work in 2017 Ford Edge...despite etrailer saying it would. The standard 4 diode system with two 50 ohm 10 watt resistors is required to work with the Edge’s LED lights. Don’t waste your $$ on this product. 615082


As mentioned in our Fit Guide, this harness is only compatible with Sport and Titanium models. The resistors would be needed for SE and SEL models because of the variable voltage taillights.

-- Mike L - 03/30/2019


- HM56011

The product was installed by etrailer in our tow vehicle and works flawlessly. We are extremely satisfied. . 614882

- HM56011
2017 Ford Edge

A great way to go with this product...... out of sight, out of mind......Thanks to Pat C for suggesting this product for me. It was the best way go for my 2017 Ford Edge Sport..... I highly recommend this product and etrailer...... Thanks 521632

- HM56011
2018 Ford Edge

Comfort level for us, thanks 513937


Excellent, no issues at all. Works as designed.

Don - 05/30/2019


- HM56011
2011 Jeep Patriot

I called Crystal at etrailer on Tuesday and she was so helpful answered all my questions and made sure I had everything I needed placed the order for my baseplate and patriot 11 braking system and I had it on Friday. I am having it installed Monday and will send pictures later. Couldn't be happier. Thanks Crystal for all your help. 456480

- HM56011
2016 Ford Edge

It was extremely difficult to fit the plastic electrical box behind the driver side light fixture as instructed. Also, the wiring to the passenger side light fixture was 2 feet short, so I had to splice extra wire for the connectors to reach the light fixture. The good news is that it WORKS!! 387855

- HM56011
2016 Ford Edge

The lighting set installed ok on my 2016 Ford Edge with a few caveats: They say to mount the diode box behind the tail light assy. On my 2016 there is no room at all, the LED lights take up the whole space. I finally was able to cram it behind the bumper facia below the light, along with the new dual connector. Really tight and had to pry things out of the way but it finally worked. Also not much fun snaking the harness down, across, and up the other side but it also worked by using a fish to pull it up. Also not too much fun snaking the wire from back to front along the chassis but again, it did work ok with a lot of crawling and putting the car up on ramps, first the back then the front. I needed a charge line along with the lights so had to cut off their 4 wire connector and wire in a new 7 wire socket (only needed 6) in the front. Overall, it's nice using the car lights and not external ones. On my last car I installed the independent Blue Ox set with new socket and bulbs but there is no way it would fit on the Edge. 363291

- HM56011
2017 Ford Edge

Taylor made fit! 356874


Ask the Experts about this Hopkins Tow Bar Wiring
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  • Can the Roadmaster Battery Disconnect # RM-766 be Used on a 2017 Ford Edge for Flat Towing
  • I spoke with my contact at Roadmaster who said that the Automatic Battery Disconnect # RM-766 has to be installed on the positive battery terminal. The reason given in the owner's manual for your 2017 Ford Edge is that "You need the door key to lock and unlock doors when the battery cable is disconnected" (see page 238). Whether you disconnect the positive or negative battery cable the result will be the same; you will have to use a key because the key FOB won't work with the battery...
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  • Wiring Harness for a 2017 Ford Edge SEL to Tow a Trailer and to be Towed Behind a Motorhome
  • The wiring harness that you need to tow a trailer with your 2017 Ford Edge SEL (or for any vehicle for that matter) will be different than the harness that you will need to be able to tow your Edge behind your motorhome. The Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit # HM56011 that you mentioned will not fit your Edge. Instead you need to use magnetic lights like the Pilot # NV-5164. Your battery does need to be disconnected which will require two 50 ohm, 10 watt resistors so that the taillight...
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  • Troubleshooting Wiring for Dinghy Towing on a 2016 Ford Edge
  • There are a few things that you can do to troubleshoot the tow bar or dinghy wiring on your 2016 Ford Edge. The first thing that I recommend you do is check in the owner's manual for specific instructions. Some cars have special instructions to ensure that the lighting works and nothing happens to the vehicle's engine while being towed. The second thing that you can do is use a Circuit Tester, like part # 40376, to check the wiring harness on the RV to make sure that it is actually...
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  • Recommended Parts to Flat Tow a 2017 Ford Edge Titanium
  • Yes, disconnecting the battery with a Quick-Disconnect, like the Deka part # DW05312, will be the easy way to go when it comes to disconnecting the battery on your 2017 Ford Edge so it can be flat towed. Disconnecting the battery prevents it from draining while you are flat towing. Since the owner's manual states that the battery must be disconnected I strongly recommend following those instructions and not trying to get by it somehow. That is one of the down sides to flat towing with...
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  • Recommended Tow Bar Wiring for 2018 Ford Edge SEL to Flat Tow Behind Motorhome
  • There is not a custom fit tail light wiring kit like # HM56011 for your 2018 Ford Edge SEL model. That is only a fit for Sport and Titanium models. For your SEL model, I recommend the Blazer Magnetic Tow Lights - Red LEDs - 4-Way Flat Connector - Wireless # C6304 for your tow lighting needs. There is not a confirmed fit for anything other than a lighting system that bypasses your factory lighting at this time.
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  • Is Brake Light Required when Using a Supplemental Braking System on a 2017 Ford Edge
  • You will not need to use the brake light relay on your 2017 Ford Edge and SMI Stay-IN-Play DUO braking system # SM99251. But since your vehicle brake lights do not light up with the ignition off you will need to use the stop light switch kit # RM-751475. The switch kit activates the motor home brake-monitoring system whenever the brake pedal in your Edge is applied which ensures that the supplemental braking system is functioning properly.
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  • Recommendation on a Tow Bar Wiring Kit for a 2017 Ford Edge
  • I recommend the Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit, # HM56011. The Hopkins kit will allow you to hook into you 2017 Ford Edge's electrical system without cutting your OEM factory wiring. The Hopkins kit is confirmed to fit the 2017 Edge, while the Roadmaster RM-766 in not a confirmed fit for the this vehicle's wiring. You may also need to install the Brake Light Relay # RM-88400 with your supplemental braking.
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  • Plug and Play Style Tow Bar Lighting Kit Recommendation for 2018 Ford Edge
  • We have a great plug and play style tow bar lighting solution for your 2018 Ford Edge from Hopkins but we do not have one from Tow Daddy. Instead you'd want the Hopkins kit part # HM56011 and you'd be set. I attached an install video for this kit for you to check out as well.
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow 2016 Ford Edge Titanium Behind 2014 Thor Chateau Motorhome
  • The items required for safe and legal flat towing are outlined in the linked overview article on towing a vehicle behind a motorhome. You will also want to check that the hitch and the MH's frame both are rated adequately for the total weight of your trailer (and the Edge too, of course). Starting with base plates, you can use the Roadmaster kit # RM-524448-4. These fit the Edge without 2.0 EcoBoost. For a car-mount tow bar you can use their StowMaster Tow Bar # RM-501. For safety cables...
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  • Recommended Wiring Harness for Flat Towing 2018 Ford Edge Titanium
  • For your 2018 Ford Edge Titanium I recommend the Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit # HM56011. This is the only custom harness available for your vehicle that will let you install the wiring as a true "plug-and-play" application so you don't have to splice into factory wiring at all. It will plug right into existing ports located behind the rear tail lights and includes a 4-Way connector that you will mount to the front of the Edge. The integrated diodes also prevent any feedback from...
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  • Wiring for 2018 Ford Edge Sport to be Flat Towed and to Tow a Trailer
  • It's actually easier than you might think. I recommend using the Tekonsha wiring harness, part # 118677, for towing the trailer with your 2018 Ford Edge Sport because it has a higher maximum amperage than the other options. It plugs in behind the tail lights and then you run a hot lead up to the Edge's battery to power the converter box. Then for the toad wiring use the Hopkins # HM56011 which also plugs in behind the tail lights. Both harnesses use the same connectors and can be...
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  • Recommended Tow Bar Wiring Kit for 2017 Ford Edge with LED Tail LIghts
  • If your 2017 Ford Edge is the Sport or Titanium model with LED tail lights, then the Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit # HM56011 that you referenced will work perfectly. This wiring kit is custom-fit for this vehicle and will let you wire your Ford Edge to accept your RV's tail, brake, and turn signal lights for flat towing. It will provide a 4-Way flat plug at the front of the vehicle to connect to the RV. I have attached the complete installation instructions that you can also check...
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  • Recommended Towed Vehicle Tail Light Wiring Kit for 2017 Ford Edge SEL
  • For your 2017 Ford Edge SEL, I recommend the MaxxTow Magnetic Tow Lights - Red and Amber LEDs - 4-Way Flat Connectors - 20' Long Harness # MT70097. There is not a custom wiring harness like the Hopkins # HM56011 for a SEL or SE model. This can be connected to a motorhome with a 7-way connection using the Hopkins Adapter 7 Pole to 4 Pole with Tester and Cover # 47345. If you'd like a wireless option, I recommend the the Blazer Magnetic Tow Lights - Red LEDs - 4-Way Flat Connector # C6304.
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  • Trailer Wiring Recommendation for 2016 Ford Edge with Hopkins Tow Bar Wiring
  • Since you already have the tow bar lighting kit part # HM56011 installed on your 2016 Ford Edge you'll have to use a hardwired trailer wiring kit. For that the part # 119190KIT would fit and work well. This will allow you to retain the tow bar wiring kit you have and have trailer wiring as well.
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  • Parts Needed to Flat Tow 2016 Ford Edge Titanium
  • The base plate kit you need for your 2016 Ford Edge Titanium without active cruise control is the part # RM-524454-4. This will work well with your Roadmaster Sterling # RM-576. For lighting we have the custom fit Hopkins Kit part # HM56011 which would work well for you. And finally, most states now require supplemental braking in the vehicle being flat towed. The easiest system to set up and use is the Blue Ox Patriot # BRK2019, that applies the vehicle brakes in proportion to how...
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  • Will There be an Issue with Steering when Flat Towing a 2016 Ford Edge
  • I looked up an online version of the owner's manual for your 2016 Ford Edge and it didn't say anything about a concern with the steering. I recommend checking your copy of the owner's manual and then, if you still have questions, a Ford dealer who would know more details about that end of the flat towing process. For a complete flat towing setup you will need a base plate kit, tow bar, safety cables, vehicle tow bar wiring, a supplemental braking system, and possibly a high-low adapter. If...
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  • Troubleshooting Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit # HM56011 on 2018 Ford Edge SEL
  • The Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit # HM56011 that you installed on your 2018 Ford Edge SEL is only confirmed to fit the Sport and Titanium model of the Edge. The issue with the SEL model is that it is equipped with variable voltage tail lights that don't provide enough resistance for the lights to operate correctly with the Hopkins harness installed. This is why all the lights on your Edge work fine when powered individually but not with the running lights activated. In order for...
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