CURT 58550 5-Way Flat Connector Plug & Socket, Splices into existing wiring to provide connections for both vehicle and trailer By Curt Manufacturing Add To Cart There is a problem adding to cart.
'n yes, I believe yer lackin' some grounds(for the lights), which are white at the trailer connector Thanks Bond-o for the quick response! I hooked my 12V power supply to plug and yes the 2 black wires run individually to each light! so they are essentially the brown wires, and tie together at the plug.
To wire a trailer, the first step is to determine what components on the trailer need wiring. The 4-way above is a basic and most common scenario, but what if you have more items that require wiring. Of course the more items you have the more poles you will need on your connector. The 6-wire connector shown here has 2 additional poles. One is
Hopkins 48105 4 Wire Flat Trailer End Connector with Splice Connectors A 4 wire flat is the most commonly used trailer plug. This plug is found on small boat, utility, jet ski, snowmobile, and small camper trailers where right turn/brake, left turn/brake, tail/marker lights and ground is
Small campers Same as 4-way flat No industry standard wiring code Boat trailers Same as 4-way flat Provides one additional function Horse trailers Car haulers Large trailers . Industrial trailers yoo 000 1-800-835-0129 Product is for both the tow vehlcle and the trailer Hoppye packaging symbols Product is for the trailer Product is for the
4 & 5 Way Flat Connector Wiring Diagrams 4-way and 5-way flat connectors use color-coded wires and are available in a variety of lengths. They can be purchased as a standalone plug for the truck or trailer, or as a complete loop with both the plug and the socket included.