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Old 03-16-2014, 09:00 PM   #1
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Tow wiring for 2010 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

TRying to install taillight wiring on my jeep using existing lights. Cannot seem to find common taillight wire. Have located left tallight and right tailght wire separately. I am assuming this is a 3 wire configuration.
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TRying to install taillight wiring on my jeep using existing lights. Cannot seem to find common taillight wire. Have located left tallight and right tailght wire separately. I am assuming this is a 3 wire configuration.
any suggestions?
I'm afraid I do not have the answer. However; I am curious. It sounds as though you are manufacturing your own harness??

I purchased a CoolTech harness for ~$100 and it just plugged into the existing harness. Very simple. Just sharing in case it can save you some work.
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I used a Roadmaster wiring harness. Same ease of installation.
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I'm afraid I do not have the answer. However; I am curious. It sounds as though you are manufacturing your own harness??

I purchased a CoolTech harness for ~$100 and it just plugged into the existing harness. Very simple. Just sharing in case it can save you some work.
X3 on the cooltech. So simple to install and it works just fine.
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X3... the CoolTech was the easiest thing to hook up! My only complaint is that it's only a 4-wire system, which is PERFECTLY FINE for driving day or night.. brake lights and turn signals and driving lights all work fine. But they could have run a 5th wire that could be used to charge up the Jeep battery from the RV's alternator. That would have been super-sweet..
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