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Old 05-13-2010, 06:19 PM   #1
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tail lights for toad

has anybody got any ideas on brake/tail/signal lights for a 2010 cadillac srx.
DO NOT want to use diodes, there is not enough room in existing taillight assembly for light socket and bulb.
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Hi Gene,
When we tow the wife's Caddy we use a tail light bar. It has 4 suction cups and works very well. I run the cable in the Caddy door overhang up to the plug for the coach. Now I see they are wireless. Go to RV Towing Accessories - Night Shift Auto to see an example.
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I have been using wireless LED towlights for some time. They are magnetic and the transmitter plugs into your rig trailer outlet. They run on 8 AA batteries and the batteries last for around 48 hours (that's 6-8 hour days of towing. Here's a link to the website: Wireless Tow Light Products

I just recently had my car wired so I will be selling my lights. I will probably put them on the classifieds for the forum.

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