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Toad tail lights & diodes? The Col 12-11-02  
I hope this is the section to ask this question?....About a year ago, I had my Suzuki Sidekick wired so that I could pull it behind our RV and whenever the RV's lights, blinkers, etc would come on, our toad would also. Recently, the toad's lights quit working while hooked to the RV....I tested the wiring before the diode they installed and power was present, however, after the diode there was nothing. So, I bypassed the diode. Now my question.....To avoid feedback, diodes' function, what do I have to be careful of....Can I hook up without the diode? Thanks...The Col
Re: Toad tail lights & diodes? Joe 12-11-02  
Nothing, but why not just replace the diodes to be on the safe side???
Re: Toad tail lights & diodes? The Col 12-12-02  
Thanks Joe,U haul did the lights and they have to order this diode gizmo and I'm going on the road like now.....So, if I don't have the toad lights on when hooking up to the RV, I won't have feed back.....that makes sense.....thanks....The Col
Re: Toad tail lights & diodes? chuck 4-11-03  
In my case, I replaced the diode and every thing works except the light on my dash comes on every time I step on the brake telling me that I have a rear light out, even though all lights are on. I pull a Lexus with a holiday Rambler. The original diode was a Remco, but the replacement was a Roadmaster. The dealer said it was the same kind. any help?
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