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Tow Ready Wiring 30637 Review

Adapter 4 Pole to 6 Pole

Tow Ready Wiring

(39 reviews)


Code:   30637

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Tow Ready Wiring - 30637

Tow Ready adapter converts your 4-pole wiring harness on your vehicle to 6-pole round connector.


Adapter converts your 4 pole wiring on vehicle to 6 pole round connector. Additional leads for brake (blue) and power (black) can be connected to allow for electric brakes and accessories.


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20320 Adapter 4 Pole to 6 Pole








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Video Transcript for Tow Ready Wiring 30637 Review

Today we're going to review part number 30637. This is the Tow ready 4-Way Flat to 6-Way Round Pin Connector Adapter. Now, this adapter will convert your 4-pole wiring on your tow vehicle to a 6-hole round connector on your trailer. There are additional leads for the brake and for the power and also the white is for the ground. These can be connected to allow for electric brakes and accessories. Now, if you do have a, the 4-way right here would plug into the 4-way on your vehicle. Now, if the trailer has a 6-way and you just wanting to use the lighting functions, you can just plug in this 4-way and it would give you the lighting function.

You will still have to install this white wire with the eyelet to a big clean ground to get those functions to work. But, if you're wanting to use, I had an electric brake controller or any other 12-volt accessories, you do need to install these other 2 wires. Basically, what you would do is after you take the white wire and install it to a good clean ground, go to the blue wire. The blue wire is for the electric brakes. What you need to do, this would be routed under the vehicle using extra wire and then attach it to the blue wire on the brake controller. The black wire would be for 12-volt power.

This would have to be attached to a black wire and then routed under the vehicle and attached to the positive battery termining 00:01:24 with a 40-amp circuit breaker. Once you have that all hooked up, then you could plug in the 6-way on your trailer and get all the lighting operations, electric brakes, and still have 12-volt power. Length on this, to give you an idea of the measurement, lengthwise from the end of the 4-way to this about 15 inches in length. That should do it for the review on part number 30637. The Tow Ready 4-Way Flat to 6-Way Round Pin Connector Adapter. .


Customer Reviews

Adapter 4 Pole to 6 Pole - 30637

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (39 Customer Reviews)


Tow Ready adapter converts your 4-pole wiring harness on your vehicle to 6-pole round connector.


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by: Brad S08/27/2014


I purchased this along with factory wiring connector for my Chevy K10- that was a breeze to click into the factory harness. I was having issues with the wiring job from before, i cam across Etrailer and found these quick install harness to fit my needs. it took less than 15 minutes to click in to space. i mentioned before, Cheaper than the local Trailer shop and no splicing. Good quality, on time delivery, easy to install. 148960


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GOOD NO PROBLEMS. EASY

Brad S - 09/06/2015

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by: Morgan M.06/02/2012


Work perfect. This Adapter worked perfectly for what I needed. Seems to be heavy duty and durable. I'm using it for a Stock trailer to pull a horse. It was really helpful the way this site is set up. By having the customer tell them what type of plug from the Truck and Trailer, it advised me the exact plug I needed. No other auto supplier, Wal Mart or anyone I asked could get me the right plug. 42462



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by: Michael T01/28/2016


I purchased this adapter to enable me to connect my vintage tent trailer. The wiring kit that came for my car had a four pin flat connector so that worked perfectly with this adapter. I just had to run the 12 low-power and I was good. The adapter appeared to be well constructed and everything so far tests out fine. 236464



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by: Larry S05/06/2015


Perfect for my Dodge. I tore a rats nest out and did a nice clean installation. I ought the 4->6 pole adapter and spliced in the battery and brake lines to the provided butt splices. Very easy! Whole job took 45 minutes including getting the bleeding stopped where I banged my head on the frame rail of the truck. 191044



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by: Jeremiah03/18/2013


I used this with a Ford Ranger adapter. It hooked right up. I didn't see that it didn't have the bracket to attach to my pickup. I bought one at an auto parts store. It was easy to attach and works. The price was the cheepest I found, shipping was great. Etrailer is great to work with. I will shop here again. 71284



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by: Timothy Clifford07/19/2012


Only place I could find this hook up! Drove about $15 worth of gas going to the usual auto parts stores. No one had it. Came to etrailer, bang! Instant find (with help from a fella that put me right on the product number). Fast deal, fast shipping, exactly what I needed! 48495



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by: Ernest L.06/20/2014


I was told to check out etrailer for all my needs anything for my trailer and like WOW!!!! They actually had what I needed and shipping was fast. It works perfect with NO issues at all. Thanks guys for your help on this and I will definitely order again from you. 136748



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by: bishop3d06/19/2012


Product worked as advertised. Did not utilize the brake wiring (didn't need to for my application). If I choose to keep permanently hooked on my 04 Pilot, will require some mounting hardware since tralier hitch doesn't really have anywhere to put it. 44788



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by: Bill LaCombe05/06/2014


I had to give you this praise too! Great website! My son and I have both ordered recently! Fast, cheap shipping! Products worked AWESOME!!! Thanks! The wiring harness for his Dakota was awesome. The adaptor was even easier! 129231



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by: Cheryl M08/08/2016


The description online was very accurate and easy to purchase. The product we bought was exactly what we needed and received it in just a couple of days. I would diffinately recommend people to shop at etrailer. 281486



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by: Danny B03/02/2012


Product is well made and came exactly as described. I placed the order on Sunday night, went with standard delivery, and it was delivered on Wednesday. Great turnaround and wonderful experience 33035



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by: Edward05/06/2016


This item will be used to connect the lights/brake between our motor home and 2016 GMC Sierra 1500. Received the item fast from etrailer. Would recommend etrailer to family and friends. 248798



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by: Paul M,05/15/2013


Product serve it's intended purpose exactly as planned. Very pleased with the product and especially Etrailers service. Excellent communication. 80428



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by: Shane04/03/2013


Got this to go on my jeep. Installed clean and discreet. Definitely low profile and guarenteed to stay out of harms way while wheeling in our JK! 73949



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by: Mike C11/06/2011


Now I'm ready for what ever harness I come across. Plenty of room in the jack compartment for it to stay new and ready when I need it. 26638



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by: David G02/21/2013


I SHOULD HAVE ORDERED A BRACKET TO HOLD IT BUT THE PRODUCT IS WHAT I WANTED AND LOOKS GOOD. I AM MAKING A BRACKET TO HOLD IT 67268



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by: J.D.12/08/2014


Quality products and reasonable prices with a ship out time that is second to none. Thanks for the excellent service. 163769



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by: RonJ09/24/2015


Your site was the only one that showed the cable harness that I was looking for. Thanks and the shipping was fast. 227464



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by: Taylor C05/25/2015


Build is of good quality. Got it shipped for less $5 less than in town I could get it. Does the job require. , 196777



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by: Todd07/22/2011


Exactly what I was looking for but had a hard time finding it anywhere else for such a reasonable price. 19865



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by: Dan R.09/14/2011


The only thing that would make this better is if the hitch had a convient place to install it. 23946



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by: Jim A.03/30/2015


Got exactly what I needed in a very timely manner. Will definitely be a return customer. 181766



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by: 3063711/29/2016


Very good quality & arrived in a very timely manner. Hard adapter to find, 320499



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by: Gus05/14/2013


Thank you for your prompt delivery. It was exactly what we needed. 80307



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by: Barney10/04/2014


Works great. Delivery was quick and product was just the ticket. 154472



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by: Richard J07/17/2012


Product arrived in a timely fashion and installation was simple. 48250



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by: Jason11/17/2016


Product was as described and received earlier than expected 317288



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by: Thomas Tran11/20/2013


Great product to connect to 4 pole flat from Honda Pilot 107886



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by: Jaeme10/09/2016


Simple, affordable adapter... made life SO easy! 304895



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by: Merle S08/12/2016


Excellent product and blazing fast ship ping. 282893



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by: Scott G07/24/2013


Easy to install. Works as expected. 91267



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by: Philip eggen08/13/2016


Great product. Fast. Shipping 283309



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by: R Adams06/03/2014


High quality works great. 134138



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by: Yoshino Keech08/02/2011


products ore exelent 20896



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by: Gary H08/08/2016


Just what I wanted. 281560



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by: Joe11/19/2014


Just as described, 161795



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by: Rick S.11/10/2014


Just what I needed 160194



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by: Greg06/02/2011


Great product 15971



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by: bill dunne01/25/2011


fit perfect 6099

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  • Adapter 4 Pole to 6 Pole # 30637 Recommendation and Wiring
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  • Availability of a Replacement Jayco 6-Way Trailer Side Connector
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  • After Replacing Trailer Side 4-Way Wishbone Harness with Non-Wishbone, Running Lights Don't Work
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  • What are the Trailer Wiring Color Codes for Standard 4-way Wiring
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  • Adapting a 4-Way Flat Trailer Connector on 2011 Toyota Tacoma to 6 Round on 1983 Coleman Camper
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  • How Does Trailer Running Light Circuits with Yellow/Brown and Green/Brown Wires Run to New 4-Way
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  • Adapter Recommendation for an RV with Separate Wiring to Tow Combined Trailer Wiring
  • We have exactly what you need. This is a fairly common situation as most RV's are wired for separate taillights and most trailers are wired for combined trailer wiring circuits. For that you will want the Roadmaster Brite-Lite Converter # RM-732 and 4-way like part # 18002. First you will need to cut off the 4-way on your RV. Next, you will need to wire up the # RM-732 as follows. Green of the motorhome runs to the white of the converter. Red runs to red. Blue from motorhome...
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  • Adapting Motorcycle with 4-Pole to Trailer with 6-Way Connector
  • You will need a converter/adapter when connecting different wired vehicles. Depending on how your vehicle and trailer are wired we have three 4 to 6 wire adapters. Adapter 4 Pole to 6 Pole # 30637 Adapter 4 Pole to 6 Pole and 4 Pole Trailer Wiring Adapter # 37175 If your trailer has brakes you will need a brake controller and for a motorcycle you will need a model that has time delay functionality. I would recommend the Activator IV by Draw-Tite, part # 5504. This will work with...
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