Wiring for a Trailer

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fireball75
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Wiring for a Trailer

Postby fireball75 » Wed Aug 19, 2009 3:49 pm

I'm about to get the heck out of southern California and head to beautiful northern Colorado! Just one thing holds me back... wiring for a trailer to hall all my stuff. Anyone know where to connect these here wires??? I'm sure it's a simple thing... I hope.


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Tech
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Postby Tech » Sat Aug 22, 2009 11:50 pm

if you're doing the flat 4 - behind the tail lights, all can go behind the left drivers side light, except the green wire goes to the right

jackielyn12
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Postby jackielyn12 » Mon Sep 13, 2010 11:34 pm

I have read that different wiring options depend on the trailer and vehicle set-ups. The most important thing is you need to be sure that the main wire bundle is secure and unable to tear to avoid circuit problems. I suggest, you better call a person who could help you on the proper procedure how to wire your trailer.

Litey
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Trailer Wiring

Postby Litey » Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:32 am

Use this I heard it is easier than splicing wires ...
Easy for you to do at home ...

Hopkins Plug-In Simple 43565 T Connector Wiring Kit For Nissan Pathfinder '96-03; Altima, '96-01 / Infiniti QX4, '96-03


http://www.amazon.com/Hopkins-43565-Con ... &carId=002


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