Mopar flat tow harness - Diesel

DwnSth

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Has anyone installed this on a diesel? I just received and the instructions for everything starts at the air-cleaner and then down passenger side. The diesel air cleaner is on Driver side so not sure if I should simply do everything down driver side or if there may be more to this.
Also, is the battery charge active on the mopar harness?
 
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MoJoe

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Has anyone installed this on a diesel? I just received and the instructions for everything starts at the air-cleaner and then down passenger side. The diesel air cleaner is on Driver side so not sure if I should simply do everything down driver side or if there may be more to this.
Also, is the battery charge active on the mopar harness?
I have it installed on my JLUR diesel. We went down the passenger side. The plug on the outside is mounted on the passenger side. Plenty of harness to make the run. The whole setup is great. It doesn’t have a charge line. But, with LED lighting you can tow it all day and not run your battery down. Just always be sure to check that the ignition shows “OFF” before you tow. The Jeep has a nasty habit of staying in “ACC” mode when you turn it off after putting the transfer case in neutral and then shifting back to park per the flat tow instructions in the owner’s manual. If you use an auxiliary braking system that requires 12V power to operate, you may need a charge line. My system uses air from the motorhome, so no 12V power is required.
 

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