Thanks to all, I have installed the Roadmaster base plate kit and trailer light wiring for the flat tow setup. The light wiring kit from Hopkins fits perfectly. It also fit the Jeep Grand Cherokee 2011 to 2013 if I remember correctly. I had to order it directly from Hopkins but I didn't have to splice 1 wire. Piece of cake to install. We just got the Trailhawk v a c from Jeep after installing the new Flat Tow wire harness. The setup for this is absolutely horrible and I can't believe some engineer thought of this. If they expect people to put a fuse in and take it back out each time they tow as well as flip a hidden switch, I got a bridge to sell them. I'm going to install the SMI Air Force One brake controller this weekend and we should be done.
I'm going to post in another thread, but if this so called flat tow harness isn't used, the battery would die or become severely discharged from what I've read hence it's purpose. I know there are those that run a charge cable to the Jeeps battery so I may go that direction instead.
Thanks for the help and confidence guys, it was indeed a lot easier than I once thought
Many of us have installed a switch in series with the fuse. You'll read about the various methods/locations in the threads about towing. A charge line is strongly recommended to keep the battery up since the kit activates EPS during the time you're towing your Jeep.
CherryRed&Black, V6, Uconn8.4-Navigation
Comfort/Convenience, ColdWeather, TrailerTow pkgs
Status D1: 8/13, F: 8/26, I: 8/27, KZ: 9/2, KZM: 9/3
Arrived at Dealer 9/10, 42 days from order date.
Took Delivery Sept. 12, 2014.