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Old 11-10-2013, 07:23 PM   #15
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Thanks. Hope all is well and you will be towing again! I am taking my first trip towing next week...wish me luck
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Old 11-11-2013, 02:11 PM   #16
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On the Chevy HHR, I noticed when you pull fuze #8 so when you have the switch turned on it want run the battery down, with this fuze out the brake lights do not come on when brake applied. I assume when hooked to the motor home the brake lights work??
You do have to wire the HHR brake lamps to the MH. Tow Daddy makes a real simple harness for the HHR.
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I went with the Blue Ox Towbar and the RVI Braking System, love them both especially the RVI System. JR
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We towed an HHR from 2006 until this year. We would have purchased a new HHR but hey quit making them. We towed it nearly 15,000 miles without a problem. Used a Blue Ox tow-bar and base-plate. Had to put on a 8" drop adapter to level everything up. After a year or so I got one of those fuse switch things that Roadmaster has and installed it on the #8 fuse so I didn't have to stand on my head putting it in and out. You will love towing it....
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