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BX8811 Installation Instructions Tail Light Wiring Kit The Tail Light Wiring Kit connects the tail, brake, and turn signal lights of the motorhome ( or other tow vehicle ) to the tail, brake, and turn sign lights of the tow vehicle. note :
Some motorhomes have separate amber turn
signals and red brake lights which requires the use of a tail light converter to change from a 4 wire system to a three cable organization. A tail luminosity converter is not supplied with the Tail Light Wiring Kit, but is available through your local provision concentrate. warning :
Incorrect wiring may result in blown fuses,
damaged wire or calculator systems, fire, or bodily injury. automatic pistol Equipment recommends facility of this kit by a prepare professional. automatic pistol Equipment will not be responsible for any personal property wrong, or bodily injury caused by incorrect cable or misuse of this intersection. T
ools Required Wire concluding curler
Wire stripper well small wire cutter
Elec- trical tape 12 Volt D.C. continuity examiner with acerate leaf degree. Check the parts in the kit against the parts number to familiarize yourself with each item. Parts list Ref.
Wire Harness, 26 Ft., 4-wire
9 Terminal Diode Block
Wire Splitter, 14 Ga, Tinned
Butt Connector, 16-14 Ga. Insulated
Nylon Cable Tie, Beaded, 5″
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#6-32 x 1/2 Screw, Wire piercing washer
Starting in the engine compartment of the tow fomite, run the 26 ft. harness through the firewall, under the drivers side doorway sill plate, under the back seat, and into the proboscis sphere. Depending on the motorhome set up, the wire at the front of the engine compartment should be wired into either a 4-wire or 6-wire trailer chew that is mounted to the front man of the tow fomite. 2.
Three wiring diagrams are shown. Identify your type of vehicle wiring, then follow the wire diagram which pertains to your vehicle. type A :
Vehicles with standard red turn signals.
type boron :
Vehicles with separate amber or red signals (Brake
light wire splits before the lights ). Type C :
Vehicles with separate amber or red signals (One
brake ignite wire comes out of the early brake idle socket ). bill :
In Type A wiring systems only, access may be
made under the dash where existing wires extend from the sour bespeak throw, down and rearward to the chase lights. note :
In the wiring systems type B and C, the amber
signals will merely operate from the towed vehicles system. The red brake lights will function as turn signals when operated from the towing fomite. 3.
DO NOT PRE-STRIP WIRES.
Start the wire piercing
screws into the chase sparkle connection. 4.
Make sure that the white wire is grounded to the vehicle human body. It is besides important to have a good ground on the tow vehicle. Use a 12 Volt D.C. continuity lamp examiner with a needle indicate prod to identify the hot wires which ability the brake and buttocks lights. Ground one end of tester, and insert nudge through the insulation of each wire to identify. At this point the 4-conductor cable should be cut to duration, leaving enough slack to reach the tail light connection.
Vehicle lights must be on and the
corresponding turning signals will have to be operating in arrange for wires to be hot. note :
When tapping into the wires under the dash,
make certain to select the wires extending to the rear lights, not those extending to the front lights. 5.
After the tail light and turn sign wires are identified and marked, shut off the baron then cut each wire. plaza the wires from the movement under their respective screws and tighten down.
DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.
wires to the back lights of the tow fomite under their respective screws and tighten down. Do the same with the wires from the 26 ft. 4- conductor cable. ( See wire diagram for your type of car ). If the wire is a alight gauge, the wire piercing screws may not penetrate the wire
casing properly. In this exemplify, doubling the electrify under the fuck should allow it to make a good connection. 292-0808 10/99 1 of 4