Roadmaster Wiring Kits
By law, a towed vehicle’s turn signals, running lights and brake lights must mimic
There are three ways to accomplish that:
1) a system of diodes;
2) installing new taillights in the towed vehicle; or
3) magnetic tow lights.
Each method has its advantages. Whichever one you choose, ROADMASTER has a kit with all the necessary components, and step-by-step instructions.
Three Wiring Methods
Universal Wiring Kit
This kit uses a system of diodes to connect your towed vehicle’s turn signals, running lights and brake signals to your motorhome’s. Diodes prevent electrical feedback and protect both vehicles’ electrical systems. The kit comes complete with: • four Hy-Power™ diodes (more diodes may be purchased separately); • a 30-foot strand of four-wire electrical cord; • three feet of split wire loom; • a six-foot extension cord (connects electricity between the two vehicles); • a ring terminal; • cable ties; • wire connectors; and • step-by-step installation instructions.
|Taillight Wiring Kit
A self-contained wiring system that bypasses your towed vehicle’s lighting with a set of independent plugs and sockets mounted inside the taillights. Wiring is routed from the taillights to the grille area. Since the towed vehicle’s electrical system is bypassed, this kit eliminates the concern of voiding the vehicle manufacturer’s warranty.
|Magnetic Tow Lights
ROADMASTER’s magnetic tow lights are the quick and easy way to connect your towed vehicle’s electrical system to your motorhome’s. The system is self-contained, and requires no splicing into the towed vehicle’s electrical system. • Fits all vehicles • Magnets hold lights securely • Eliminates electrical damage to the towed vehicle • Heavy-duty vinyl casing for maximum wire protection • Meets DOT standards • Includes plugs, sockets, wire harness and 29′ wiring cable