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NOTE #5

Use normal precautions with all wiring in the motorhome to avoid sharp edges, moving parts, and surfaces that become very hot when vehicle is being driven.

Step 1.

Begin the installation by mounting the 6-conductor socket on or near the center of the rear bumper (next to the towing ball) using the socket bracket and ¼” x ¾” self-tapping metal screws provided.

Step 4.

Have an assistant turn ON the taillights.

Step 5.

Connect the continuity tester to a ground.

Step 6.

Probe each wire for a “HOT” wire. Have an assistant the taillight switch to verify the correct wire. “TAILLIGHTS”. Turn OFF the taillights.

Step 7.

Have an assistant turn ON the left turn signal.

turn OFF and ON Label the wire

Step 2.

Strip the end of the white wire extending from the socket ¼” and crimp on a seamed spade terminal. Ground the white wire to a suitable nearby bolt or screw, or drill a hole in an adjacent metal surface and use one of the ¼” x ¾” self-tapping metal screws.

Step 3.

Find the motorhome taillight tow harness wires at the back of the motorhome underneath the bumper.

Step 8.

Probe each wire for a “HOT” wire, watch for the tester to blink with turn signal to verify the correct wire. Label the wire “LEFT TURN”. Follow the same procedure for right turn signal and label the wire “RIGHT TURN”.

Step 9.

If the motorhome has separate turn signal and brake lights, have the assistant depress the brake pedal, probe each of the remaining wires for a “HOT” wire. Label the wire “BRAKES”.

Step 10.

Use a wire tap connector provided in the kit to attach the brown conductor wire onto the wire labeled “TAILLIGHTS”.

Step 11.

Use a wire tap connector to attach the yellow conductor wire onto the wire labeled “LEFT TURN”.

Step 12.

Use a wire tap connector to attach the green conductor to the wire labeled “RIGHT TURN”.

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