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Old 10-31-2020, 09:06 PM   #1
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JK Wrangler Toad lites

I have been towing a TJ wrangler for 13 yrs that has the separate bulbs and harness for the rear lights. I am buying a 2016 JK wrangler will I have to do the same kind of setup to use it as a toad or is there a newer method without the separate bulbs?
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Hopkins tow vehicle harness for a JK. #56200 Plug and play into the tail light connectors.
Very easy and worked perfectly on our previous JK. $49. on Amazon.
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I like this one. Connection is inside the vehicle. Little more time to install. Plug is very nice.
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Like Fairway, I installed the Mopar harness in our 2012 JK, then transferred it to my 2016 Sahara JKU this year. I like the Mopar because it totally isolates the Jeep's wiring by using small relays. It's a little pricier but worth it IMHO. Installation isn't too difficult and here's a post I did back in 2015 on the installation. The same procedures applied to the 2016 as the original post.
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