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Electrical and Lighting

Overland Trailer carries a variety of utility trailer electrical and lighting components at the lowest prices in STL.


From breakers and bulbs, to reflectors and connectors, Overland carries a wide selection of electrical components for trailers. Check out the largest selection of trailer parts in the St. Louis area.

If you need help finding the part you need, call us at 314-739-5775 and we'll ensure you get exactly the right part.

Electrical & Lighting Parts Available In Store​

  • Clearance & Tail Lights

  • Dome & Courtesy Lights

  • Light Kit, Bulbs & Accessories

  • Conspicuity Tape & Reflectors

  • Wire Terminals, Loom & Connectors

  • Electrical Connectors

  • Wire Harness, Junction Box & Switches

  • Redline Wiring Switches

  • Electric Wire, Cable & Cable Ties

  • Circuit Breakers, Circuit Tester & Fuses

Common Lighting and Electrical Questions

What should I look for if I think my vehicle is improperly wired?

There are a number of places you can check for improper wiring: vehicle lighting function connections, fuses, open or exposed wires, in-line fuse and battery terminal connections, and your ground source and connection.

What are the benefits of LED lights?

Compared to incandescent lights, LED lights illuminate quicker, are more resistant to shocks and vibrations, are better protected against moisture, last longer, and they generate less heat.

What lights do I need for my trailer?

Trailers may need clearance lights, marker lights, identification bars, indicator lights, reflectors, license plate lights, and back up lights.

Clearance lights are used to mark the width and height of the vehicle. Side marker lights indicate the length of the vehicle. Identification bars are needed only when a trailer is more than 80 inches wide. Indicator lights tell other drivers when you turn or stop. 

Where should I put the reflectors on my trailer?

Amber reflectors must be placed toward the front as far forward as possible on each side of your trailer. Red reflectors must be placed toward the rear on each side of your trailer.

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