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We are moving up with our goat from a pt cruiser to a wrangler. We believe we need to tow the jeep with all 4 down. What I want to know is can I run the wiring for lights etc from the M/h right back to the rear and plug into the light conection on the jeep. I know this would be a longshot but would save a lot of hassle. Any info would be greatly recieved. Rob and Dust
There is a kit available to run the wiring from the front grill of the jeep that includes a socket that can be inserted into the jeep tailight housing to provide stop, tail & turn functions. simple installation that runs off the electrical provided by the mh. Not a hassle and does not deplete your jeep battery.
How was this accomplished with the PT?
Thanks for the info.We used magnetized lights on the pt but just wanted something more permanent on the Jeep We also had the pt on a dolly
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I don't know how they wired our Jeep. I have a knife switch on the Jeep battery. I disconnect the Jeep battery before I plug in the cord from the MH. All lights on the Jeep are powered from the MH. We do have to leave the key in the Jeep to un-lock the steering wheel.
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