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Roadmaster Universal Diode Wiring Kit Installation - 2018 Ram 1500

Rob: Rob here at etrailer.com and today you're going to be taking a look at the Roadmaster high powered diode wiring kit on our 2018 Ram 1500. Now our high powered diode wiring kit is going to allow us to take the signals from our motor home and transfer them to our Ram so we can safely flat tow it and get all the signals we need. So everybody around us knows what's going on. Whenever you're looking to flat tow your Ram there are several different options of getting your lighting to the back here and transferring all the signals. One of those ways is the magnetic lights. We've all seen them, they work, but that's gonna cause us to have to set it up each time we want to tow.



Roadmaster Universal Diode Wiring Kit Installation - 2019 Ram 1500

Today, in our 2017 Ram 1500, we're going to review and install the Roadmaster Universal High Power Diode Wiring Kit, part number RM-152. Also in conjunction with, the Roadmaster 7-Wire to 6-Wire Flex-Coil Kit, part number RM-146-1.Now, this kit will give you all the basic functions needed to tell your Ram behind your motor home. It'll cover your running light circuit, your left turn right turn signal, and your brake signal. On a Ram, here, we actually had a piece of plastic behind the grill right here we could use to attach our six-pull connector to. We are six-pull here. It's only them for four of the circuits, but you can always take it apart, add extra upgraded circuit, like a battery charged circuit or some other indicator lights circuit as well for your braking system.It also comes with the hardware to attach it and also a metal bracket.



Roadmaster Diode 7 to 6 Wire Coil Kit Installation - 2019 Ram 1500

Today, on this 2019 Ram 1500, we're going to review and install the Roadmaster Diode 7-Wire to 6-Wire Flexo-Coil wiring kit, part number RM-15267. Now, this kit will give you all the basic functions needed to tow your Ram behind your motorhome. It'll cover your running light circuit, your left turn and right turn signal, and your brake signal. On our Ram here, we actually had a piece of plastic behind the grille right here we could use to attach our 6-pole connector to.We have our 6-pole here, it's only using four of our circuits, but you can always take it apart and add an extra upgraded circuit like a battery charge circuit, or some other indicator light circuit as well for your braking system. It also comes with the hardware to attach it, and also a metal bracket. In this case on the install it wasn't used, but it does come with it.



Best 2018 Ram 1500 Tow Bar Wiring Harness Options

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the best tow bar wiring options for your 2018 Ram 1500. If you are flat towing your Ram, you will need some kind of tow bar wiring because we want to be able to accept the light signals from our motor home and transfer them to our Ram pickup. That way when we're going down the road, everybody knows what's going on. If we hit our brakes, put our turn signal on, or if it's dark out, we have our taillights on.Now when it comes to the wiring itself, we're going to have three basic types. We're going to have a bulb and socket kit, a diode kit, and the removable magnetic lights. Now each one of them is going to have its own benefit, so let's take a closer look.Our bulb and socket kit is going to completely bypass our vehicle's wiring because we're going to be adding a new separate bulb to our taillight housing.



Best 2017 Ram 1500 Tow Bar Wiring Harness Options

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the best tow bar wiring options for your 2017 Ram 1500. If you are flat towing your Ram, you will need some kind of tow bar wiring because we want to be able to accept the light signals from our motor home and transfer them to our Ram pickup. That way when we're going down the road, everybody knows what's going on. If we hit our brakes, put our turn signal on, or if it's dark out, we have our taillights on.Now when it comes to the wiring itself, we're going to have three basic types. We're going to have a bulb and socket kit, a diode kit, and the removable magnetic lights. Now each one of them is going to have its own benefit, so let's take a closer look.Our bulb and socket kit is going to completely bypass our vehicle's wiring because we're going to be adding a new separate bulb to our taillight housing.



Best 2016 Ram 1500 Tow Bar Wiring Harness Options

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the best tow bar wiring options for your 2016 Ram 1500. If you are flat towing your Ram, you will need some kind of tow bar wiring because we want to be able to accept the light signals from our motor home and transfer them to our Ram pickup. That way when we're going down the road, everybody knows what's going on. If we hit our brakes, put our turn signal on, or if it's dark out, we have our taillights on.Now when it comes to the wiring itself, we're going to have three basic types. We're going to have a bulb and socket kit, a diode kit, and the removable magnetic lights. Now each one of them is going to have its own benefit, so let's take a closer look.Our bulb and socket kit is going to completely bypass our vehicle's wiring because we're going to be adding a new separate bulb to our taillight housing.



Best 2015 Ram 1500 Tow Bar Wiring Harness Options

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the best tow bar wiring options for your 2015 Ram 1500. If you are flat towing your Ram, you will need some kind of tow bar wiring because we want to be able to accept the light signals from our motor home and transfer them to our Ram pickup. That way when we're going down the road, everybody knows what's going on. If we hit our brakes, put our turn signal on, or if it's dark out, we have our taillights on.Now when it comes to the wiring itself, we're going to have three basic types. We're going to have a bulb and socket kit, a diode kit, and the removable magnetic lights. Now each one of them is going to have its own benefit, so let's take a closer look.Our bulb and socket kit is going to completely bypass our vehicle's wiring because we're going to be adding a new separate bulb to our taillight housing.



Best 2014 Ram 1500 Tow Bar Wiring Harness Options

Speaker 1: Today, we're going to be taking a look at the best towbar wiring options for your 2014 Ram 1500. If you are flat towing your Ram, you will need some kind of towbar wiring. We want to be able to accept the light signals from our motorhome and transfer them to our Ram pickup. That way when we're going down the road, everybody knows what's going on. If we hit our brakes, put our turn signal on or if it's dark out, we have our taillights on.Now, when it comes to the wiring itself, we're going to have three basic types. We're going to have a bulb and socket kit, a diode kit and the removable magnetic lights.



Roadmaster Universal Diode Wiring Kit Installation - 2016 Ram 1500

Speaker 1: Today on our 2016 Ram 1500, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Roadmaster Universal High-Power Diode Wiring Kit, part number RM-152.To help us in our installation, we're also going to be using the Roadmaster Four-Wire Connector for the vehicle end, part number RM-910030-1.If you're flat towing your Ram, you're going to need wiring so when you're going down the road, everyone knows whether you're coming to a stop, making a turn, or if it's at night, you can have the taillights on on the back of your car. Now, our diodes are going to allow us to accept the signals from our RV, like the brakes, turn signals, and our taillight signals, and transfer them to our Ram so we can get down the road safely.We're not going to have to worry about mounting exterior lights or running any wires because our diodes are going to hook up directly into our factory lighting system and use our factory lights to illuminate everything. It's also going to protect our vehicle's wiring from any kind of backfeeding that may happen on the motor home end.When we're not flat towing our Ram, our lights on our truck are going to work exactly like normal. We're not going to have to worry about any extra steps of unhooking something or turning something off or on. It's going to be a simple, one-time installation.Keep in mind this is only one component of our flat tow setup. Along with the wiring, we're going to need a base plate, a tow bar, and a braking system.Now that we've talked about how our diodes are going to work, let's show you how to get them installed.



Roadmaster Tail Light Wiring Kit Installation - 2013 Ram 1500

Today on our 2013 Ram 1500 we're going to review and install the Roadmaster taillight ball and socket wiring kit for two bar wiring, part number RM-155. Now here's what our brake light will look like when it's engaged. Next we'll go ahead and show you the passenger side turn signal. Here's what it will look like for the brake light on the driver side. Here's the driver side turn signal. Now to begin our install we need to remove the rear taillights. We'll go ahead and lower the tailgate and locate the two fasteners that secure each taillight.



Roadmaster Tow Bar Wiring Kit Installation - 2013 Ram 1500

Today on our 2013 Ram 1500, we'll be installing the Roadmaster Universal Power Diode Wiring Kit for towed vehicles, part number RM-154. To be and to install, we first go in and put the tailgate down. With our taillight down, we can see the 2 torque fit fasteners that will need to be removed. Once we remove the fasteners, we'll pop the taillight out. Make it a little easier you can get a flat blade screwdriver, but we're going to use a plastic pry tool to get between the taillight and the body, and just work it off. Next we'll need to gain access here to the manufactured wiring for the running light, turn and brake signal circuits. You can try and peel back the tape, or if you must, use a utility knife and cut the tape to gain access to the manufacturer's wiring. If you cut, be careful not to cut the wire underneath. Now once we remove the tape, we can peel the wire loom back and expose the wires.





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