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Hopkins Magnetic Tow Lights - Red LEDs - 4-Way Flat Connector - Wireless

Hopkins Magnetic Tow Lights - Red LEDs - 4-Way Flat Connector - Wireless

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2004 Acura TL - Hopkins Magnetic Tow Lights - Red LEDs - 4-Way Flat Connector - Wireless

  • Removable Tail Light Kit
  • Bypasses Vehicle Wiring
  • Universal
  • Magnetic Mount
  • Hopkins

Removable LED lights provide signal lights for your towed car without you having to tap into the car's wiring or run wires under the car. Wireless transmitter plugs into your RV's 4-way connector and sends a signal to the magnetic lights.


  • Removable tow lights provide stop, tail, and turn functions for your trailer or towed car
  • No need to wire your trailer or tap into wiring on your towed car
  • Wireless transmitter eliminates the hassle of running cords to the lights every time you tow
    • Plugs into 4-pole flat trailer connector on RV or tow vehicle and mounts to the frame with a magnet
    • Emits a signal that triggers tow lights from up to 65' away
    • Operates on a standard 12-volt system
  • Heavy-duty, non-scratch magnets on the lights provide a secure grip without damaging your paint
  • Long-lasting LEDs are more efficient, faster acting, and brighter than incandescent lights
  • Sonically sealed lenses keep moisture out and prevent corrosion
  • Durable polycarbonate bases house batteries
  • On/off switch lets you use the lights as needed, conserving battery power
  • 8 AA batteries (not included) are required to power the lights
    • Flashing LED on driver's-side light indicates low battery
  • Department of Transportation compliant


  • Application: towed cars or trailers no wider than 80"
  • Light diameter: 4"
  • Length of wire between lights: 106"
  • Transmitter wire length: 76"
  • 90-Day warranty

Hopkins Tow Lights mount on the back of your towed vehicle.

These wireless, removable tow lights make it easy to add running lights, brake lights, and turn signals to your towed car or trailer. With this setup, you won't need to tap into existing wiring for installation. With other magnetic tow lights, you have to run cords from the lights to the front of the towed car or trailer every time you need to tow. These tow lights work wirelessly to eliminate that hassle. And the wireless design also allows you to move the lights from one vehicle to another in minutes.

Hopkins Tow Lights magnetic base.

The lights attach directly to any metal surface with the included heavy-duty, non-scratch magnets, which won't damage your paint. And the handy on/off switch lets you use the lights only when you need them, saving battery power.

The 4-way connector plugs into your vehicle.The transmitter attaches to your tow vehicle via a heavy-duty magnet.

Setup is simple. Plug the included transmitter into the 4-way flat trailer connector on your RV or tow vehicle. The transmitter mounts to the frame of the RV or tow vehicle using the built-in magnet. Turn the switch on the driver's-side light to "on," and attach the tow lights to the back of the towed car or trailer, as far apart as is practical. Secure any excess wire between the 2 lights with a twist tie.

Each light is powered by 4 AA batteries (not included). A blinking LED indicator on the face of the driver's-side light signals low battery. This indicator should be checked every 2 hours to be sure your lights still have adequate power.

C6304 Hopkins International Wireless, Magnetic LED Trailer Towing Light Kit - 4-Wire Connector

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Hopkins Magnetic Tow Lights - Red LEDs - 4-Way Flat Connector - Wireless - C6304

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (25 Customer Reviews)

Removable LED lights provide signal lights for your towed car without you having to tap into the car's wiring or run wires under the car. Wireless transmitter plugs into your RV's 4-way connector and sends a signal to the magnetic lights.


I bought the wireless Hopkins tow lights to temporarily tow my new Jeep behind our Motorhome until I could wire the taillights permanently. I liked them so well that I have never wired the Jeep and only use the wireless taillights.

Lincoln MKZ

These things are the best thing since sliced bread!
We have a Lincoln MKZ that already has a hitch on the rear for towing a small enclosed trailer. The thought of having to "hard" wire in a wiring harness for towing behind the motorhome that would still allow the trailer to be towed was not a task I was looking forward to. etrailer suggested these as an alternative. Literally plug and play. Just plug the transmitter into the motorhome, install batteries and attach the magnetic based lights to the trunk of the MKZ and presto! DONE! I hooked the car up behind the motorhome and ran it down the freeway at 60-65 mph and all was good. Worked straight out of the box! Fantastic product!


Ordered these because my car towing wiring had a problem and didn't have time to get it fixed. First set arrived but had a manufacturing defect and right hand light didn't work (not etrailer's fault!). Called etrailer and they were very accommodating in sending out a second set which arrived in time. The second set worked perfectly. Good service and extensive follow up by etrailer shows they care. I'll use them for other purchases any time!

Still works great. Save us on a trip when the car to RV connection went [bad].
John K - 01/15/2018


They work like they're supposed to and are very bright.


Haven’t used them So this rating isn’t really fair


No big deal, install batteries and put on toad !

Should have done this years ago before they cut into my tail light wiring and also had to deal with rusted out 4 prong plug in over the years.

Still the best and not a problem, quality product
Tom M - 07/10/2018

Saturn Ion

These work well, bright. They do eat up regular Duracell batteries. After first use of these I switched to Lithium Ion. The lights were noticeably brighter in the daylight sun. The life of the batteries has drastically improved service. I have a habit of removing the batteries when not in use to enable greater duration; they do have an on/off switch built in, but it's so simple to remove them in case of phantom degradation. Over-all, I am very happy with these and installation on the car is a snap. Love them so far. Would buy/recommend to others.

2011 Ford Taurus

Was absolutely 100% delighted with this product. Drove a total of 2600 miles in all kinds of weather and traffic conditions and these lights worked perfectly. Batteries lasted all most to the end of the trip. I'd recommend this set up to everyone who cannot afford to have wiring redone on a vintage trailer.


It works as advertised


These folks are the best, prices are good and their follow up is the best


These have been a lifesaver for our camper lights not working properly. Never had an issue with these


Day two - the lights work great! Were responsive up to 85 feet. They are bright and should be easy to see. The magnets attach with a strong holding pattern. Thanks.


Product appears to work as represented. Have not had it on the road yet.

Lights work great, and battery life is better than expected. Only issue is potential for paint damage... I recommend that the manufacturer consider a softer landing pad to reduce potential for paint scratches.
Michael - 03/28/2019


will send back does not work

Have to use lithium batteries for them to work, I have a set and mine work with this type of battery in them only thing that needs improvement is they should be rechargeable units
-- comment by: jeff - 09/10/2014


They went out in 5 months called and said you guys couldn't do anything for me


Works as it should. Small enough to carry around to when it is needed.


great product. have not had any problems at all from these lights..


Package arrive a lot sooner than I was expecting it. Packed well, no damage to anything.




good product

2001 Chevrolet Malibu

2019 Ford F-150

2005 Dodge Ram Pickup

Very handy to have



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