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White Night

Back-up Lighting System Fixed Hitch Mounted

Fixed Mount To Hitch Allows Trailer Hook Up Without Removing Lights

Unique rear lighting system Optional Plug N' Go Wiring Adapter for 7-pin trailer outlets Two powerful 55 watt high output halogen lamps Activates automatically when vehicle is in reverse Produces 130,000 candlepower of light Toggle switch o
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White Night

Back-up Lighting System Fixed Hitch Mounted

Fixed Mount To Hitch Allows Trailer Hook Up Without Removing Lights

$109.95

Item #: 4199

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Unique rear lighting system Optional Plug N' Go Wiring Adapter for 7-pin trailer outlets Two powerful 55 watt high output halogen lamps Activates automatically when vehicle is in reverse Produces 130,000 candlepower of light Toggle switch on ... read more
  • Unique rear lighting system - Patented and Trademarked Technology
  • Optional Plug N' Go Wiring Adapter for 7-pin trailer outlets
  • Two powerful 55 watt high output halogen lamps
  • Activates automatically when vehicle is in reverse
  • Produces 130,000 candlepower of light
  • Toggle switch on unit allows manual operation
  • Mounts on receiver of most class 1 thru 4 trailer hitches
  • Fixed mount model allows full use of hitch for towing
  • Sturdy high impact case
  • Easy to install and compact in size
  • No drilling required
  • For more questions about this product, please Contact Us
Description
  • Unique rear lighting system
  • Optional Plug N' Go Wiring Adapter for 7-pin trailer outlets
  • Two powerful 55 watt high output halogen lamps
  • Activates automatically when vehicle is in reverse
  • Produces 130,000 candlepower of light
  • Toggle switch on unit allows manual operation
  • Mounts on receiver of most class 1 thru 4 trailer hitches
  • Fixed mount model allows full use of hitch for towing
  • Sturdy high impact case
  • Easy to install and compact in size
  • No drilling required

Back Up light System by White Knight. This unit is designed to be used with the typical 2" receiver type trailer hitches under the bumper. This unit bolts to the hitch receiver tube with a u-bolt and is open thru the center of the light unit to allow the use of a 2" hitch insert for towing. The White Night emblem in the center of the unit may be removed to allow the hitch insert to be inserted into the hitch receiver tube. When not using a hitch insert the emblem can be snapped into place to cover the opening. This unit requires 3/4" of clearance between the top of the hitch receiver tube and the bottom of the bumper for installation.

Anyone can drive a truck forward...
It's easy, and at night headlights make it even simpler. It's a lot tougher to navigate a vehicle in reverse, especially at night. Tiny stock back-up lights just don't cut it when safety and peace of mind are at stake. From today's cramped urban parking lots to a poorly lit boat landing in the country, we offer a brighter solution to backing your vehicle into and out of any situation.

The White Night Rear Light System Difference.
The White Night mounts to your truck's receiver hitch and features two 55 watt high-output halogen lamps (130,000 candle power of light) in a high impact black plastic case. The lamps are angled to throw an 80-foot spread of white light whenever the vehicle is in reverse. So whether your camping and in need of a quick light source, or just trying not to back into your neighbor's picket fence, the White Night Light System will be an asset to you and your truck.

There are some hitch inserts that are too short and will not reach the hitch pin hole once the White Night unit is installed. The bottom photo shows a typical 2" insert and the length required for installation.

Some of the "factory installed" hitches will require the use of an installation kit to relocate the trailer wiring plug. These kits move the wiring plug to the side of the light unit. This unit allows you to take advantage of the exceptional lighting when towing.

NOTE: All light units have a 3 position toggle switch on the back which allows for 3 modes of operation. In one position the light unit is automatically activated when the vehicle is placed in reverse. Center position is off. The 3rd position allows manual operation.

Ford, Chevy, GMC, Dodge, Ram, Nissan, Honda, Jeep and Toyota Truck owners may disagree on which vehicle brand is better but they all agree that Leonard Truck Accessories is the perfect place to buy your White Knight Lighting  accessories.  At Leonard's we strive to provide quality truck accessories at the lowest price.  Buy the best quality, best reviewed, best priced truck accessories through Leonard Truck Accessories.

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very bright and powerful

by Valued Customer on July 12, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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" Proved to be very useful on the road in the wood. I used them to hook up a trailer in the dark and it worked well. I am not satisfied with materials for 100% because the plastic is a bit cheap but it does the work. "

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great light

by Valued Customer on July 12, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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Saved me in several difficult situations already because it dleivers a lot of light. I regret I didn`t buy adapter plug and had to search for it additionally.

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Specifications
General
Item #4199
Dimensions (L/W/H)24x6x6
Weight4.4 lbs
MSRP$109.95
BrandWhite Night
Category Hitch Covers
Additional Info

White Night Rear Lighting System Installation Tips

Ease of installation for the customer has been one of the most important goals in the design of the White Night unit. Due to the varying vehicle manufacturing designs of the hitches, the installation of the White Night unit on some vehicles may require some minor modifications.

For "Fixed-Mount" Light Units...

To install "fixed mount" White Night units you need to have 3/4"clearance between the top of your hitch receiver tube and the bottom of your bumper. This is the clearance required for the light unit. If you do not have 3/4", on most vehicles it is possible to simply loosen the bolts that secure the rear bumper brackets to the chassis frame and raise the rear bumper to gain enough clearance. Once you have raised the bumper and clearance is achieved, simply re-tighten the bracket bolts. If 3/4" of clearance can not be achieved, you may use the "hitch insert" model of White Night. This model has vertical adjustment, but will require removal if and when you need to use your hitch for towing, etc.

Special Note: When installing your White Night light unit, take a moment to check and see if the backside (closest to rear axle) of your hitch tube is open or closed. If it is closed that's great! If it is open you will need to close it off and seal it with RTV silicone sealant. Open hitch tubes allow water and salt spray during winter months to pass into the light unit. This can cause corrosion problems within the unit.

When installing your hitch insert through the cutout in the"fixed mount" White Night unit you may find the hitch pin hole will no longer reach the pin hole in the receiver tube. You may drill a new hole closer to the end of your insert but the hole must be at least 1" from the end of insert. If your insert is too short to do this you will need to pick up a longer insert from your nearest truck accessory store. Don't take a chance with the pin hole too close to the end. If the hole was to break out it could cause injury to you and others, along with the loss of what you were towing!
For those of you that have one of the decorative hitch plug inserts. Some of these will work just fine with the White Night unit.Some of the inserts will be too short to reach the pin hole. You may be able to drill a new hole closer to the end. If not you can weld an extension to your insert and then drill a new hole. I suggest that you slip the insert into the receiver tube and mark the new pin hole location before drilling.

For "Hitch-Insert" Light Units...

In some instances it may be a little hard to install the hairclip pin onto your hitch pin. If you are going to need to remove your hitch insert regularly I suggest you purchase a longer hitch pin. They come in many different lengths so pick one that will make it easy for you. You may even want to consider purchasing a locking hitch pin to prevent the theft of your White Night unit!

For All Light Units...

If you have a trailer wiring plug on your vehicle it may require being moved to the side of the White Night unit. In most cases this is as simple as removing a few screws, moving the plug, drilling new holes and inserting the screws in the new holes. If your vehicle has the wiring plug bracket welded to the hitch as do some factory installed models, we offer some wiring plug relocating brackets here on our website as well as ordering instructions printed in the installation booklet.

Wiring Tips

Additional Info 2

The "White Night" rear-motion illumination system is warranted for 1 year from date of purchase. We will repair, without charge, any defects due to faulty materials or workmanship. This warranty does not apply to units with damage from abuse or submersion.

FAQ's

White Night Rear Lighting System Wiring Tips

TYPICAL INSTALLATION

This installation is for vehicles which do not have a 6 or 7 pin trailer wiring connector.

  1. Connect the red wire of the White Night harness to a constant 12 volt source that has a 10 amp capacity. In most cases it will be best to route the wire up the frame rail on the same side as the battery. Be sure and secure the wire with wire ties to protect the wire from exhaust heat and moving parts. You may either connect the wire to the positive side of the battery or to a terminal that is supplied by the battery. Most vehicles will have a terminal in the engine compartment that has a wire coming from the positive side of the battery.
  2. Connect the black wire of the White Night harness to ground (a conductive point on the frame.)
  3. Connect the yellow wire of the White Night harness to the back up light wire of the vehicle. The easiest place to find this wire is usually under the vehicle at the rear. Most vehicles will have a group of wires going from the drivers side to the passenger side covered in plastic conduit. Pull a small section of the wiring out of the plastic conduit. In most cases the back up light wire will be a green wire. Make sure the vehicle is in park and apply the emergency brake. Turn the ignition switch to the on position and place the transmission into reverse. DO NOT crank the vehicle. This will power up the back up light wire.You can now take a prick type tester and prick thru the wire covering with the point of the tester to locate the wire. When you locate the wire with power, put the vehicle into park and turn off the ignition switch. Test the wire again as there should not be any power with the transmission in park and the switch off. Using the wire splice supplied, splice the yellow wire of the White Night harness to the back up light wire of the vehicle. Using electrical tape, wrap the spliced area to protect from moisture. Place the wires back inside of the plastic conduit. In a few instances the rear lighting wiring may be routed on the inside of the vehicle. In these vehicles it is easiest to find the access panel for the rear lighting and test for the back up light wire at the wiring coming into the back up lamp. You can then make your connection here.
  4. Test toggle switch for proper operation and leave toggle switch in the position where the unit is activated when the vehicle is placed into reverse.

INSTALLATION FOR VEHICLES WITH A 6 OR 7 PIN TRAILER WIRING CONNECTOR

  1. Remove about 12 inches of the plastic conduit from the wires coming into the rear of your trailer wiring plug. About 8 inches or so from the trailer wiring plug, connect the red wire of the White Night wiring harness to the 12 volt wire of the trailer wiring ( this wire is usually red ) using the wire splice provided. If there is not a red wire use a prick tester to find the wire that has constant power.
  2. Attach the black wire of the White Night harness to ground (a conductive point on the frame.)
  3. On vehicles with a 6 pin trailer connector you will have to refer to the TYPICAL INSTALLATION instructions above for connection of the yellow wire of the White Night harness to the back up light wiring of the vehicle.
  4. On vehicles with a 7 pin trailer connector you can connect the yellow wire of the White Night harness to the back up light wire of the harness going into the rear of the 7 pin trailer connector. This wire is usually light green on GM vehicles, black with a purple stripe on Ford vehicles, and purple with a black stripe on Dodge vehicles. Use the wire splice provided and splice in the same area as you did the 12 volt supply wire. NOTE: It is always a good idea to test wire correctness before making any splice.
  5. Wrap spliced wires with electrical tape to seal out moisture and recover the wiring with the plastic conduit.
  6. Test toggle switch for proper operation and leave toggle switch in the position where the unit is activated when the vehicle is placed into reverse.
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Established in the Blue Ridge foothills of North Carolina in 1963, Leonard Buildings and Truck Accessories is a privately owned retailer, manufacturer and distributor whose product lines include storage buildings, cargo and utility trailers, truck covers and accessories, carports, playhouses, and pet and animal structures. We serve our residential, commercial and government customers through our 57 factory outlet stores in the five-state region of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia and Tennessee.

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