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Old 12-13-2012, 08:14 PM   #1
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1999 Saturn SL2 with Tow Daddy

I just got an Evenbrake system and would like info from other parties as to their installation.
Where did you connect the break-a-way switch to the front of the car?
Where did you put the transmitter inside the car.
How did you hook up the brake light wire? (Where did you find a place to tap onto it?)

1999 Saturn SL2 with Tow Daddy wiring harness

RV has Roadmaster 5050 tow bar
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Old 12-18-2012, 09:33 PM   #2
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To be honist with you I have a 1995 Saturn SL-2 and I have toed it ever sence I bought it new in 1995 it has 131,000.00 and as you know when you toe it the speed meter does not add miles to it. I toed it over 81,000.00 miles.
But to get back to your question I had a repair shop do all the connection that I needed to be able to toe.
I even had some steel wheels welded in front so when I went into a gas station where the ramp was to steep they protected the front end of the toe car.
Just a thought.
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