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Is Taillight Signal Converter Needed to Use Tow Bar Lighting Behind Motorhome


I purchased a roadmaster universal wiring kit 154 for a 2015 Jeep cherokee from you, which I am getting ready to install. My RV has seperate brake and turn signal lights. Do I need to also get a brite-lite 3 to 2 wiring converter, part no. 732? Thanks


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It's pretty common for RVs to have separate taillight circuits like you mentioned having the stoplights and blinkers on separate lights. But what really matters is how the trailer wiring of the RV is configured. 99.9% of the time the circuits are combined on the trailer wiring as that's the standard way to wire a trailer. So as long as your trailer wiring is a standard style of connector you would not have to use a converter. If for some reason you did have separate circuits though the adapter you mentioned part # RM-732 would be what you'd need.

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