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Old 09-08-2014, 11:50 AM   #1
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7-Pin Connector Reference Diagrams

I thought the following vehicle/trailer 7-pin connector information would be a good reference tool for the Tech Forum:







Just in case, here is the 6-pin connector:



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I visit ETRAILER.COM on a regular basis to keep up on these things... They also have alot of install videos..

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I found out the hard way, don't assume yours is wired that way. In addition to the diagram, make sure the new one is wired the same as the one being replaced.
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snip...... make sure the new one is wired the same as the one being replaced.
I concur, because even the auto manufactures could change their wiring and/or color coding......, not to mention a 3rd party install.

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I visit ETRAILER.COM on a regular basis to keep up on these things...snip
As you are aware, "etrailer" is one of many sources that the vehicle/trailer connector diagrams can be found. Of the sites I visited the ones I posted seem to be representative of the 'norm'.

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