Upgraded Circuit Protected Tail Light Converter with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector

Upgraded Circuit Protected Tail Light Converter with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector

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Adapts import and domestic vehicles with separate turn and stop lights (3-Wire System) to standard trailer tail light wiring (2-Wire System). Lowest Prices for the best wiring from Tekonsha. Upgraded Circuit Protected Tail Light Converter with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector part number 119178 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Tekonsha Wiring - 119178

Adapts import and domestic vehicles with separate turn and stop lights (3-Wire System) to standard trailer tail light wiring (2-Wire System).


Features:

  • Short circuit protection safeguards itself and the tow vehicle against harmful electrical shorts and mis-wire situations
  • Circuit automatically resets once the module cools
  • Adapts a 3-wire system on the towing vehicle to work with a 2-wire system on the trailer
  • Works with most multiplex wiring systems


Specs:

  • Wire pigtail measures 18" long
  • 4-Pole trailer connector is 60" long from converter box


In a three wire system, a separate wire is used to carry each of the stop, turn, and running light functions to the tail light assembly. On most trailers, the stop and turn signal functions are sent through the same wire.


Warning: Overloading circuits can cause fires. Do not exceed:

  • Maximum stop/turn light: 2.1 amps per circuit
  • Maximum tail lights: 7.5 amps

Read vehicle's owners manual and instruction sheet for additional information.



119178 Circuit Protected Taillight Converter with 4-Flat End

Replaces 119175



119178 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details 119178 Installation instructions



Video of Upgraded Circuit Protected Tail Light Converter with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector


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




Video Transcript for Tekonsha Wiring - Trailer Connectors - 119178 Review

Today we're going to review part number 119178. This is the Tow Ready Upgraded Circuit Protected Taillight Converter with the 4-Way Flat Trailer Connector. This part will provide the four way flat trailer connector at the back of your tow vehicle, to power your trailer signal lights. This does have short circuit protection which will safeguard itself and the tow vehicle against any harmful electrical shorts, or miswire situations. The circuit will automatically reset once the module cools. This will adapt the three wire system on your towing vehicle to a two wire system on the trailer. Basically, the difference is the two wire system will have the same bulb for the stop and turn signals. The three wire system will have separate bulbs for the stop, and the turn signals. One thing you do want to be aware of that when you do hook this up, the red wire which is your bright light, break light connection.

If it is a two wire system, you'll just ground that wire. If it's a three wire system, then you connect the two to the stop lights circuit. The pig tails that you're going to connect to your wires, or body, 18 inches long. The four way with the bonded wires, about 60 inches long from the box. A few specs on this, the maximum capacitor, the maximum stop and turn light output for this will handle is 2.1 amps. The maximum tail light output would be 7.5 amps. Basically, when you go to install this, what you would do is go to the back of your vehicle, and using this, you would connect the wires.

Your red wire again is break wire. If it's a two wire system you just ground it. The yellow wire would be your left turn signal. Your brown wire would be your tail light circuit. Your green wire, right here, the longer one would be your right turn signal.

The white wire with the eyelid on, it is for a ground. You just have to do a good clean ground with that connection. That should do it for the review on part number 119178. The Tow Ready Upgraded Circuit Protected Taillight Converter with the 4-Way Flat Trailer Connector. .


Customer Reviews

Upgraded Circuit Protected Tail Light Converter with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector - 119178

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (25 Customer Reviews)

Adapts import and domestic vehicles with separate turn and stop lights (3-Wire System) to standard trailer tail light wiring (2-Wire System).

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worked great, easy to install, great support from james and the crew! 574404



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Works as it is supposed to and stores out of the elements. 586152



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Easy install (though haven't gotten the trailer to give it a try yet). Seems to be of good quality. 46885



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Easy to install and no separate power required. Some of the other taillight converters require a dedicated 12V power source, which means routing power from the battery...not this unit! The unit is easy to install, but it doesn't come with the quick splice connectors, so order those as well if you don't want to solder and heat shrink. I installed this on a 2006 WRX which required partially removing some trunk carpet and 1 piece of trim (4 carpet fasteners and 2 plastic nuts). The demo video on etrailer.com for the 2007 WRX correctly identifies the wire colours (I checked). I have a 3rd brake light on my trailer, so I ran an additional brake light wire to the 5 pole plug I installed in place of the flat 4 connector that comes with this kit. If you aren't worried about scuffing the bumper with the wire hanging out the trunk, the flat 4 will work fine. I drilled a hole in the back panel of the trunk and routed the wires through a grommet and down to a PK11502 Pollak 5 pole socket plug. 281221



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Good product, best price, prompt shippi ng. 660827



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Got the 5 to 4 wire converter for my 2015 Goldwing aand installed it recently. Excellent product with well marked wires. Unit was well sealed from the weather and is working great! Fast shipping too! Highly recommend etrailer.com 649529



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works great 584662



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Went though multiple adapters from different manufactures for 2000 Toyota tundra in less than a year, installed this unit and it's still working, it is a little more involved but able to locate the main body where road spray won't kill it. 571103



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We ordered lights and an electrical hookup for a 1965 Starcraft Tent Trailer! It came correct and very quick. like four days! Easy and fast! 556000



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Everything worked as expected. 1 year in and no issues. Great product. 514195



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This converter was exactly what I needed for my Honda trike and I received it in just 2 or 3 days very pleased 463926



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It took me a lot of time trying to figure out what I needed to adapt a 6 Pin round to a 4 Pin flat on a 2008 Winnebago View with always on daytime running lights. Brake lights wouldn't illuminate, turn signals worked fine, and DRLs were always on the towed vehicle as well as the View. Normal plug-in adapters won't work and there was no way without an expensive Dealer reprogramming to disable the DRLs. This baby did the trick, once the brake controller wire was identified it was a simple matter of splicing. 420280



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ok 413014



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Bill E. was extremely helpful answering my questions and ordering a replacement part that was no longer available from Valley after a wiring converter failed. Have not had time to install new part but expect no problems. Received order promptly as well. 345507


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Worked great, just what I needed. Very happy with no problems.

Robert P - 02/26/2018

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This unit worked well with my 2013 Volkswagen Jetta Sportwagen TDI. The only thing I had to do to make it work better was to run two relays, one for the running lights and one for the brake lights. Other than that issue, It's an easy to install and easy to wire type of deal. Still functioning perfectly a whole year later! 322263



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Product was just fine but etrailer takes service and training to the next level. Great how-to videos, schematics and diagrams make it very clear on how to install. Thanks! 179080



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Thank you so much for your promptness and complete answer to my initial inquiry and providing a product that worked. The one my mechanic had installed did not work. 137142



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Just what was needed. Excellent quality. Did not expect the electronics to be sealed as well. 123134



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I installed this on a 2008 Honda Goldwing. It was an easy install and works as advertised. Great service from e-trailer. 65611



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Excellent product, first class service as is the norm from etrailer. 56428



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The staff at etrailer.com had my order filled and at my doorstep in 3 days. Amazing service and one stop shopping for high quality parts. I added them to my favorites list. 34249



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Ordered and delivered in less than 24 hours with free shipping! Thanks Etrailer. Gary G 25773



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Easily installed and works perfectly on a 2007 VW Touareg. No "fault" signals of any kind. 19517



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Great kit to add to any car I found the instruction easy to understand and I event watched the install video on the site. I am a pretty good elecrical guy so it was no problem for me, but you are going to need to know how to test probe the tailight plugs to find out what wires to connect to. I would suggest not using scotch locks to connect to the wires. Soldiering is the only way to make sure you arent damaging the wires. Good wiring option in a small package. 2826



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Good product, a bugger to inst Very pleased with the product. I ended up tearing my trunk apart to find all of the wires that I needed, but all's well that ends well. It will be very simple to use now. 2625


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