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Old 02-12-2013, 03:41 PM   #29
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Here is a video I found my help on wire routinghttp://www.etrailer.com/t1-2012_Ford_...
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Did I miss something? Why can't magnet lights be used? Just run flat 4 trailer wiring from the trunk, thru the passenger area, out the driver door, under the hood at the windshield and out the front of the hood at the grill and plug into the flat 4 connector. I tow 2 different vehicles, Chevy tracker and Pontiac Sunfire convertible. 16 years of towing and no problems. Sorry, 1 problem, 1 light, LED , quit working and had to be replaced.
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Did I miss something? Why can't magnet lights be used? Just run flat 4 trailer wiring from the trunk, thru the passenger area, out the driver door, under the hood at the windshield and out the front of the hood at the grill and plug into the flat 4 connector. I tow 2 different vehicles, Chevy tracker and Pontiac Sunfire convertible. 16 years of towing and no problems. Sorry, 1 problem, 1 light, LED , quit working and had to be replaced.
For 50 bucks and a couple hours time, I never have to mess with the magnetic lights. Just plug the 4 pin connector and go. I would install light kit on every car I tow..
You are not missing a thing....just different strokes...
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Tried this before can not get link to work ths video will help with running wires.http://youtu.be/TjLgas4I0mI
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Well, since I will be traveling, I will do it to comply with laws no matter where I am at. What confuse me, is there is a 4 pin connector by my motor home hitch. I just figured that could be plugged in somewhere and presto... The lights would work. Now everyone is talking a about putting in extra lights and diodes. I sure don't want to be modifying the wiring harness in my car.
magnetic mounted lights solve the whole/hole problem i just toad my explorer 750 miles no issues 19.95 at harbour freight (if you watch the adds 10 bux)
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