What You Must Know When Fitting a Tow-Pro in Your Vehicle

Sandgate Auto Electrics takes in this Isuzu D-Max for our tow-pro fitting service. This 6-speed manual dual cab carries a 3.0L turbo diesel engine. Perfect for towing caravans and boat trailers.

One of our technicians, Dave, fits a Redarc Tow-Pro system that’s used for signaling and applying brakes. It’s needed for adaptive cruise and stability control that will keep your truck ride safe, balanced, and steady.

Anyone can have tow-pros fitted into any of their vehicles. If you’re thinking about getting one, then we have a free consultation to match the right tow-pro needs we have for you. Feel free to contact McArthur Industries for all your car servicing needs at +0738692969.

The location and method of installing the wiring set-up is critical for this process. Rest assured, our technicians’ expertise in installing these tow-pros without fault codes or damaging electronics in the vehicle.

For this service, we attach the black wire to the battery with a high-quality 25 Amp fuse. This wire serves as a connection for the battery power. A blue wire connects the tow-pro unit to the trailer brake control. The red wire, on the other hand, is for the activation of the electric trailer brake controller.

Speaking of electric brakes, when getting electric brakes it is important to ask: what are you going to use it for?

Are you going to use your tow-pro for cruising your caravans or attach a boat trailer? With a tow-pro fitting, you can attach the caravan or trailer you need for the trip. You need to identify if your boat has electrical and/or hydraulic systems on it.

Our tow-pro fitting service on our valuable client’s Isuzu D-Max was a success. With another successful project, we look forward to servicing more trucks for tow-pro fitting services all over Australia. For more than just tow-pro fitting services, visit our website at https://mcarthurindustries.com.au/. Contact us or visit our shop if you need an expert services on Caravan Awnings.