CQT118515 4-Flat with Factory Style Battery-powered Taillight Harness Converter

List price:
$79.95 $79.95 $79.95

Order by 1pm for delivery today. Orders after 1pm will be delivered tomorrow

Your Address

Product Description

Part Number:

T-One connectors allow for a quick connection without needing to splice, cut or tape your vehicle’s wiring. The installation is quick and easy with no tools necessary! CQT118515 is compatible with: 2011 Ford Edge (all including sport models).

  • 4-Flat Mounting bracket part number: CQT118144
  • 5-way addition part number: 13496
  • 6-way addition part number: 13320
  • 7-way addition part number: 47185
  • Connector location: remove taillight
  • 6-way bracket part number: 13303
  • Wired to vehicle battery

Questions & Answers (1)

To view an answer to a question, simply click on the question. To post a new question, click on the "Ask a question" button below.

Ask a Question

*All questions are reviewed and approved before being posted or answered.
Please keep all questions appropriate and related to the product

What's the difference between this model and the 14493?

–Manny 4/13/2015 1:29:35 PM

The 14493 is a U-Haul exclusive 4-flat trailer light power module with unlimited shortproof protection. this unit comes equipped with an integrated green LED light bar and an integrated weatherproof terminal cap. The 8 amps per circuit capacity allows up to 3 bulbs per circuit with virtually no draw on the vehicles taillights eliminating the need for a heavy duty flasher. The 14493 is a splice option install that fits nearly all vehicles with a 12-volt negative-ground system.

The CQT118515 4-flat vehicle specific T-One connector with upgraded circuit protected modulite HD module requires no splicing of vehicle wires. Simply locate your vehicles wiring harness connector, unplug the connection and insert the T-One harness. This unit has a 4.2 amp stop/ turn circuit capacity and a 7.5 amp running/ taillight capacity.

Both units provide a 12 gauge wire, in line fuse and fuse holder that is connected to the vehicles battery, powering the trailer taillights.

–Joseph 4/15/2015 8:49:06 AM

Recommended Items

To Top