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Towing 2011 Explorer behind motor home.

Discussion in 'Tow Rig Forum' started by Rbeaver@sptc.net, June 26, 2011.

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    1. Rbeaver@sptc.net

      Rbeaver@sptc.net New Member

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      How do I wire lights without using diodes. Is there a wiring harness to use the lights on the car.
       
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      BrooklynBay Moderator & long time member. Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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      Welcome to this forum! I've moved your thread into the towing section.
       
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      You can avoid the wiring hassle by using mag mount tow lights that are inexpensive and easy to use. A transmitter is connected to the motorhome harness and mounted on the rear ladder. The mag mounted lights pick up the transmission so no connection between the two vehicles.
       
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      Wireless magnetic lights

      Thanks for the information.

      Where would I buy the wireless magnetic light system. I looked at the Camper World website and they don't carry them.

      Thanks again,

      Ricky Beaver
       
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      You'll need to do a google search fro "wireless magnetic tow lights" since I see vendors such as Amazon are out of stock. But if you look at Amazon you will see the ones I use - made in Texas, as I recall.
       
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      harbor freight has light kits for 10 bucks. There magnetic, and come with 2 foot wire leads
       

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