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Yes, it can be installed on nearly any trailer
Yes, you must have an OBD-II connector. So your tow vehicle must be a 1996 or newer model.
Yes, you may need optional extension cables for your particular trailer.
Yes, it can be installed on most horse trailers as long as the radar is not blocked.
Yes, the radar is IP67 rated and can be submerged for launching/ loading your watercraft.
Yes, all of the cables and parts are available to be ordered separately
No, we do not rely on a GPS signal to function.
The kit includes a twist lock connector to be installed next to your 7 way connector
There are 3 connections on the trailer and one in your tow vehicle, it is very easy and everything else is plug and play.
The average install takes about 2-1/2 hours
Yes, you must have a suitable location 29-41" from the ground on the trailer.
A dashboard mounted indicator is included in the kit with a convenient suction cup mount
Typical locations are beneath the steering wheel or in the kick panel area.
This is an intermediate level DIY project because you need to make electrical connections.
The system uses 24GHz radar technology, the same technology that is found in many of your modern cars.
No, the radar assemblies do have reflectors for additional visibility.
The connections are made at the 7 way junction box located around at the front of your trailer.
You will plug in the OBD-II connector and locate a switched power source.
Yes, the indicator has an easy snap in connector on it allowing it to be stowed when not in use.
No, this is a radar based system which works in nearly any type of weather or time of day.
Yes, it can be installed on nearly any motorhome
Your motorhome must have an OBD-II connector, typically 1996 or newer model.
Yes, but it does not cover your towed item. Please add a trailer blind spot detection system for complete coverage.
Yes, the radar is IP67 rated and is suitable for rugged conditions.
There are 4 connections in your motorhome, it is very easy and everything else is plug and play.
Yes, you must have a suitable location 29-41" from the ground on the motorhome.
A pillar mounted indicators are included in the kit with the drill bit for installation.
The connections are typcically made underseat or under the dashboard.
They are removable, however there will be a hole remaining in the mounting location.
No, this is a radar based system which works in nearly any type weather or time of day.