This wireless tow light system has an auto delay amber flasher in the center of the light bar. It includes the transmitter and a charge cord. Simply plug the seven pin transmitter into your trucks seven pin connector. Turn on the truck bar by switching the on/off button. The taillights do not come on when the unit is powered on, only when the towing vehicles taillights are on. This is a tremendous battery saver. Once the transmitter is transmitting the bar will do what the truck instructs it to do. (Left or Right turn, Stop or Taillights)
Light bars feature all L.E.D. lights, transmits up to 1000ft with a runtime of about 20 hours. If you forget to charge the bar, just plug in your 7 pin cable to run as a cabled unit.
Designed, Engineered, Manufactured, and Assembled in the USA by Custer Products / Lite It Wireless.
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- Plug the transmitter into your vehicles 7 pin connector
- Turn on the power switch located between the lights on the left side of the light bar. The red LED on the switch will illuminate when it is on.
- The tail lights will not turn on when you power up the bar, only when the tail lights or headlights in the towing vehicle are turned on. The same for stop and turn signals. This will dramatically increase the battery life between charges.
- Test the markers, left and right turn signals, and brake lights.
- The amber flashers turn on when the power switch located between the (2) 4? red lights on the left side of the bar is turned on and the switch located underneath the 2? center markers is turned on. They will flash alternately. When the brake lights or turn signals are activated they will stop flashing until the brake or turn signal is not active for 1 seconds.
- In the event that you should discharge the batteries to the point that they will not operate the wireless light bar, you can plug a 7 pin cable into the charging socket on the left side of the bar and operate it just like one of our wired bars. If the center pin on your truck socket is a 12v source, this will also charge the light bar.
You cannot overcharge the battery in the light bar, so keep the bar on the charger when not in use.
The batteries will resist developing a memory so you do not have to discharge them all the way. However, they must be charged on a regular basis to prevent them discharging to a very low voltage level.
If you have any issues recharging the battery, plug the cigarette lighter adapter into the vehicle, but not into the light bar. If the LED on the cigarette lighter adapter is not lit, the fuse is most likely blown. Replace the fuse with a 5 amp fuse.