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Old 05-07-2007, 05:02 PM   #1
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I brokd down and a tow truck had to tow me. I saw something that was used as for lighs on back of my MH.
a small box went on back of the tow truck and then a set of lights were hung on my rear ladder.
With al the stuff I read on here about battery going dead and having to pull a fuse. I have a sebring and I tow all wheels down. I use a break buddy ect and so on. I have had my tow go dead as well.I never seen this device the tow truck driver used.
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I brokd down and a tow truck had to tow me. I saw something that was used as for lighs on back of my MH.
a small box went on back of the tow truck and then a set of lights were hung on my rear ladder.
With al the stuff I read on here about battery going dead and having to pull a fuse. I have a sebring and I tow all wheels down. I use a break buddy ect and so on. I have had my tow go dead as well.I never seen this device the tow truck driver used.
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Jim,

It's not the lights that normally pull down the battery, it's the need to keep the ignition in the 'acc' position, which powers a lot of stuff in the car.

The portable tow lights won't help for this problem.
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