|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 6 x 32 inches|
|Item model number||10594|
|Manufacturer Part Number||10594|
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Plasmaglow 10594 FireStorm Amber Scanning LED 60-Inch Tailgate Bar
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This newest generation Plasmaglow LED Tailgate Bar is microprocessor controlled and features red or amber sequential scanning LEDs for your turn signals, red LEDs for your brake lights, red LEDs for running lights, and white LEDs for reverse lights. 3M self-adhesive pads mount the LED Brake Light below your tailgate so the bar itself is not visible, only the light emitting from it. There are 2 versions of this bar; you can get it with amber turn signals, or red turn signals. This is the only bar on the market to feature full fluid scanning motion turn signals. It is available in 60 inch length for full-size trucks, 48 inch length for mid-size trucks and 36 inch for compact trucks with Stepside; 1-year warranty. This item requires wiring. Detailed instructions are included.
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1. If installing on a Ford 2010 or later BUY THE CONTROLLER!
2. This is NOT a 15 minute installation. I took my time (3 hrs). Soldered the wires, shrink wrapped them, used electrical tape, cut the wires to length, used
nylon ties and outdoor 3m double stick tape 5lb holding strength (available at Lowes). This tape works better than what's supplied.
3. Before your permanently install make sure everything is working correctly, then proceed to final installation.
4. If you don't have the trailering package the install is more complicated. You'll need to run wires (On a Ford) to the battery. If you don't use the
controller you will also need to tap into the front turn signals and the back 3rd brake light. Ford doesn't use a separate circuit/blub for brake lights and
turn signals. They use a single bulb. Remove your tailgate so you have plenty of access. Use rubbing alcohol to clean the mounting surfaces on the vehicle and
back of your light bar.
4. Now plug the 4 pin trailer plug into the back of your vehicles trailering set up. Take the remaining 2 wires and and splice into the backup lights and power on
the back of your 7 pin trailer plug.
5. To have power on the 7 pin trailer plug install the relay and fuse provided by Ford in the fuse box under the hood. You will only have power when the Ignition
switch is on. If you want contant power you'll need to run a wire to the battery or else modify the relay in the fuse box. This fuse box is located under the
hood and not inside the vehicle.
Yes I'm meticulous and have an electronics/mechanical apptitude. Using crimp connectors/splicers is just asking for trouble in the long run. Do it right the first time or have it professionally installed. I used Corrugated Nylon Split Tubing to protect the wires under the vehicle (available at any auto parts store...Autozone, Napa, O'Rileys, Pep Boys...etc. I then wrapped electrical tape around the tubing and nylon ties in various places to hold the tubing in place as well as around the tubing itself to keep the electrical tape from unwraveling over time.