1. Connect inter-vehicular electrical cable (IVEC) to 12-24 volt junction box receptacle.
The strobe lights, worklights, and tow light assembly can be operated with
either 12 volt or 24 volt systems.
When operating the fifth wheel towing device strobe lights, the dummy plug
located in the BII must be inserted into the 12-volt receptacle on the 12/24
volt junction box.
When using the 70 ft. tow light electric cable, care should be taken to route
the cable to eliminate damage during operations (i.e.,pinching, binding,
pulling or rubbing).
The batteries on the fifth wheel towing device will run low during extended
operation of the strobe lights and must be recharged. Connect the 24-volt
NATO slave cable and allow the prime mover to idle for an extended
period of time if prime mover is equipped with IVEC connector.
When operating the towed configuration using the 24-volt light system,
disregard steps 3 through 5.
All lights will be checked for proper function prior to operation of the prime
mover or towing configuration.
2. Set 12-24 volt junction box to proper voltage.
3. If the prime mover is a 12 volt system, the 12 volt light bar (1) will be used.
4. Install 12 volt tow light cable in receptacle (2) on electrical control box (3). Connect 12 volt tow
light cable to tow light assembly (1).
5. Connect 12 volt tow light assembly to rear of towed vehicle.
6. If the prime mover is a 24 volt system, the 24 volt light bar (4) will be used. If equipped,
connect IVEC cable to 24 volt receptacle (5) on electrical control box (3).
Figure 57. Light Components