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Old 10-13-2019, 09:51 AM   #1
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Getting my new Wrangler ready to tow and I'm not sure of how to wire the lights. The tail lights are LED and I don't have the color coding for what wire is what. Don't think the MH will blow out the LED as I am using the diodes. Did have to buy the 3 to 2 converter that Roadmaster recommended. Mopar web site has been no help.
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Old 10-15-2019, 09:16 PM   #2
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CoolTech makes a wonderful harness for the JL. Took me about an hour or so to install but it works perfectly.

https://www.cooltechllc.com/2018-jee...rness-kit.html

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Called Roadmaster and they gave me all the information I needed. Have been very satisfied dealing with them. I called Hopkins but they don't make a harness for the newer Jeep's.
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Yes, I used a plug and play Hopkins on my JK, worked perfectly. That was my first choice but when they don't make it..... look elsewhere.


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Just did it the old fashion way. Got a trailer wiring harness at Harbor Freight and used my old Diodes from my old toad.
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