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The law requires an electronically unobstructive 3-2 wire trailer light converter for all foreign and American cars, with separate amber turn signals with on board computer. Because of the special lighting systems of these cars, you simply cannot wire direct to a standard trailer without it.

Heavy duty tail light converter with direct-connect
Saves time and money to install because converter circuit is built in with 4 way flat
3 to 2 wire converter
Built in mounting bracket
Weather Resistant Cap $13.99
Standard box style converter comes complete with sturdy mounting brackets. Can be used with 4-way flats or round plugs. 3 to 2 wire converter, orange label
$8.99
Computer Protection system for any vehicle with or without amber turn signals
Recommended for: Jeep Cherokee, Grand Cherokee or Grand Wagoneer, 1996 Ford Escorts, Eagle Vision, Chrysler LHS, Dodge Intrepid, Ford Probe, Ford Ranger Pick-Ups, Dodge Ram Pick-Ups, or any 1993 or newer vehicle with separate or amber turn signal $42.99

Foreign Tail Light Converter

Economy converter 3 wire to 2 wire converter for trailer towing - some of today's domestic and imported vehicles have a new 3-wire tail light system utilizing separate electrical circuits for turn signals and brake lights. This can cause a wiring problem when towing a trailer or being towed by a vehicle that has the conventional two-wire system $6.99

Universal Connector with built-in Converter

For use on cars, vans, trucks, with rear amber turn signals or with separate bulbs for turn signals and brake lights. Circuit tester included. $31.99

Caution: The electrical system of some vehicles has not been designed to handle the additional electrical load created by a trailer-in-tow