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Trailer Hitch Installation - 2014 Toyota Sienna - Draw-Tite

Today on our 2014 Toyota Sienna, we're going to take a look at and also show you how to install the draw tite custom-fit class 3 trailer hitch receiver. This offers the 2 inch by 2 inch opening. Its part number is 75237. This is what our hitch is going to look like installed. It's very common with hitches on the Sienna, we're going to see our cross tube all the way across here, this is rounded design. Here in the middle, we've got our receiver tube opening, this is 2 inch by 2 inch, it's a class 3 hitch. Which is going to be really good for just about any need you might have with it, towing, whether you want to move some bikes around with your bike rack or maybe cargo carrier application.



Best 2017 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitches available for the 2017 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be our Curt class 3, part number C13105. We're going to follow that up with a Draw-Tite class 3, part number 75237. Then rounding out the top 3 is going to be the Draw-Tite. This is a class 2, part number 36513. The most noticeable difference that I really see in the hitches is gong to be the cross-tube sizes. Our class 3's are going to be a little bit bigger, where our class 2 is a little bit smaller.



Best 2015 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitches available for the 2015 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be out Curt Class 3, Part No. C13105. We're going to follow that up with a Draw-Tite Class 3, Part No. 75237, and then rounding out the top 3 is going to be the Draw-Tite. This is a Class 2, Part No.



Best 2014 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitches available for the 2014 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be our Curt Class 3, part number C13105. We're going to follow that up with the Drawtight Class 3, part number 75237, and then rounding out the top 3 is going to be the Drawtight, this is a class 2, part number 36513. The most noticeable difference that I really see in the hitches is going to be the cross tube sizes. Our class 3's are going to be a little bit bigger, where our class 2 is going to be a little bit smaller. Also, since it's a class 2 we've got the inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter opening, where our class 3's are going to be two inch by two inch. A few of the smaller differences that you might notice is going to be the reinforcement calor on our class 3 Curt. It's got kind of a flush front, nice and flat. Whereas when we move to the Drawtight we've got a little bit more of a rounded reinforcement calor, and then the class 2 is more of a strap that has been welded around the end to give us a little bit more reinforcement. Our safety chain connection points are all pretty similar.



Best 2013 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitches available for the 2013 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be our CURT class three, part number C13105. We're going to follow that up with the Draw-Tite class three, part number 75237. Then rounding out the top three is going to be the Draw-Tite; this is a class two, part number 36513. Now the most noticeable difference that I really see in the hitches is going to be the crosstube sizes. Our class threes are going to be a little bit bigger, where our class two, it's a little bit smaller. Also, since it's a class two, we've got the 1-1/4" by 1-1/4" opening, where our class threes are going to be 2" by 2".



Best 2012 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitches available for the 2012 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be our CURT class three, part number C13105. We're going to follow that up with the Draw-Tite class three, part number 75237. Then rounding out the top three is going to be the Draw-Tite; this is a class two, part number 36513. Now the most noticeable difference that I really see in the hitches is going to be the crosstube sizes. Our class threes are going to be a little bit bigger, where our class two, it's a little bit smaller. Also, since it's a class two, we've got the 1-1/4" by 1-1/4" opening, where our class threes are going to be 2" by 2".



Best 2011 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitches available for the 2011 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be Curt Class 3, part number C13105. We're going to follow that up with the Draw Tite Class 3 part number 75237. And then rounding out the top 3 is going to be the Draw Tite, this is a class 2 part number 36513. The most noticeable difference that I really see in the hitches is going to be the cross tube sizes, our class 3's are going to be a little bit bigger, where our class 2 is a little bit smaller. Also, since it's a class 2, we've got the inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter opening, where class 3's are going to be 2 inch by 2 inch. A few of of the smaller differences that you might notice is going to be the reinforcement collar on our class 3 Curt, it's got kind of a flush front, nice and flat, whereas when we move to the Draw Tite we've got a little bit more of a rounded reinforcement collar. And then the Class 2 is more of a strap that's been welded around the end to give us a little bit of an additional reinforcement. Our safety chain connection points are all pretty similar, they Curt's plate is a little bit smaller, and it's got smaller openings, whereas when we move to our Draw Tite's here you're going to see plates a little bit bigger, but really a much larger opening.



Best 2010 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitches available for the 2010 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be our CURT class three, part number C13105. We're going to follow that up with the Draw-Tite class three, part number 75237. Then rounding out the top three is going to be the Draw-Tite; this is a class two, part number 36513. Now the most noticeable difference that I really see in the hitches is going to be the crosstube sizes. Our class threes are going to be a little bit bigger, where our class two, it's a little bit smaller. Also, since it's a class two, we've got the 1-1/4" by 1-1/4" opening, where our class threes are going to be 2" by 2".



Best 2009 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitches available for the 2009 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be our current class 3, part number C13105. Going to follow that up with a draw type class 3, part number 75237, and then rounding out the top three is going to be the draw tight, this is a class 2, part number 36513. For the most noticeable difference that I really see in the hitches is going to be the cross tube sizes, our class 3's are going to be a little bit bigger where a class 2 is a little bit smaller. Also since it's a class 2 we've got the inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter opening, where a class 3 is going to be 2 inch by 2 inch. Now a few of the smaller differences that you might notice is going to be the reinforcement collar on our class 3 curve. It's got kind of a flush front and a nice and flat, whereas when we move to the draw type, we got a little bit more of a rounded reinforcement collar and then the class 2 is more of a strap that's been welded around the end to give us a little bit of additional reinforcement.



Best 2008 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitches available for the 2008 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be our Curt Class III, part number C13105. We're going to follow that up with the Draw-Tite Class III, part number 75237. Rounding out the top three is going to be the Draw-Title, this is a Class II, part number 36513. The most noticeable difference that I really see in the hitches is going to be the cross-tube sizes. Our Class III's are going to be a little bit bigger, where our Class II, it's a little bit smaller. Also since it's a Class II, we've got the 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" opening, where Class III's are going to be 2" x 2".



Best 2007 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitches available for the 2007 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be our CURT class three, part number C13105. We're going to follow that up with the Draw-Tite class three, part number 75237. Then rounding out the top three is going to be the Draw-Tite; this is a class two, part number 36513. Now the most noticeable difference that I really see in the hitches is going to be the crosstube sizes. Our class threes are going to be a little bit bigger, where our class two, it's a little bit smaller. Also, since it's a class two, we've got the 1-1/4" by 1-1/4" opening, where our class threes are going to be 2" by 2".



Best 2006 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking at look at the best hitches available for the 2006 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be our Curt Class III, part number C13105. We're going to follow that up with the Draw-Tight Class III, part number 75237. Then rounding out the top 3 is going to be the Draw-Tight. This is a Class II, part number 36513. The most noticeable difference that I really see in the hitches is going to be the cross-tube sizes. Our Class IIIs are going to be a little bit bigger, where our Class II, it's a little bit smaller. Also, since it's a Class II, we've got the 1-1/4 by 1-1/4 opening, we're our Class IIIs are going to be 2" by 2". A few of the smaller differences that you might notice is going to be the reinforcement collar on our Class III Curt.



Best 2005 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitches available for the 2005 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be our CURT class three, part number C13105. We're going to follow that up with the Draw-Tite class three, part number 75237. Then rounding out the top three is going to be the Draw-Tite; this is a class two, part number 36513. Now the most noticeable difference that I really see in the hitches is going to be the crosstube sizes. Our class threes are going to be a little bit bigger, where our class two, it's a little bit smaller. Also, since it's a class two, we've got the 1-1/4" by 1-1/4" opening, where our class threes are going to be 2" by 2".



Best 2004 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitches available for the 2004 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be our CURT class three, part number C13105. We're going to follow that up with the Draw-Tite class three, part number 75237. Then rounding out the top three is going to be the Draw-Tite; this is a class two, part number 36513. Now the most noticeable difference that I really see in the hitches is going to be the crosstube sizes. Our class threes are going to be a little bit bigger, where our class two, it's a little bit smaller. Also, since it's a class two, we've got the 1-1/4" by 1-1/4" opening, where our class threes are going to be 2" by 2".



Best 2016 Toyota Sienna Hitch Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitches available for the 2016 Toyota Sienna. The most popular is going to be our Curt Class Three Part number C13105. Going to follow that up with the inaudible 00:00:14 Class Three part number 75237 and then rounding out the top three is going to be the draw tight, this is a class two, part number 36513. Now the most noticeable difference that I really see in the hitches is going to be the cross tube sizes, our class threes are going to be a little bit bigger, our class two it's a little bit smaller. Also because it's a class two we've got the inch and a quarter by inch and a quarter opening where our class threes are going to be two inch by two inch. Now a few of the smaller differences that you might notice is going to be the reinforcement collar on our class three Curt, it's got kind of a flush front, nice and flat, whereas when we move to the draw tight we've got a little bit more of a rounded reinforcement collar and then the class two is more of a strap that's been welded around the end to give us a little bit of an additional reinforcement. Our safety chain connection points are all pretty similar, the Curt plate is a little bit smaller and it's got smaller openings, whereas when we move to our draw tight here you're going to see plates a little bit bigger but really much larger opening and these are going to be the same on the class three and on the class two so if you've got bigger safety chains that you want to connect looks like the draw tight's going to give you the most room out of all of them. Something I like about the draw tight class three you can see we've got the plate that's already been welded on here, it's got three pre-drilled holes that will allow us to attach wiring or something of that nature whether it's 4 pole, 7 pole wiring we want to get on the back without having to purchase an extra clamp or an extra bracket or something like that. Now both class three hitches are going to use a five eighths diameter pinhole to secure all of our items with, you'll see the Curt just has one hole here five eighths of an inch in diameter, plenty of room on each side there for accessories, we want to be sure those are rated for class three just like on our draw tight we want to make sure they're class three accessories and this one you can see two holes.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2009 Toyota Sienna

Today on our 2009 Toyota Sienna, we're going to show you how to install the "CURT T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with the 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector," part number is C55580. Here's what our wiring kit's going to look like when we pull it out of the package. Here, you can see our 4 flat trailer connector. This is what we need to get tail lights, brakes and blinker signals to either a trailer or cargo carrier or something of that nature. It uses a converter box that you can see here, which takes signal from our passenger side, from our driver side, and it converts it into a usable signal that we'll have here at the plug. The factory-style connectors simply clip directly in-line between our already existing connectors, so there's no need at all to modify the vehicle's wiring. You'll see here we've got a little ground wire, self-tapping screws provided that we can use to go through that ring terminal to get it secure or we may also have the option of simply using an existing stud underneath the vehicle. They've also provided us with some zip ties and some double-sided foam tape to help us along with our installation.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2016 Toyota Sienna - Draw-Tite

Today on our 2016 Toyota Sienna, we're going to be taking a look at and also showing you how to install the Draw-Tight Max Frame Custom Fit Class 3 trailer hitch receiver. Part number 75237. You'll see this is the hitch. Once we get it installed, we're going to have that rounded cross tube. It's going to go across the rear of the vehicle. Meets in the middle here at the receiver tube opening.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2016 Toyota Sienna - Curt

Today on our 2016 Toyota Sienna we're going to take a look at and also show you how to install the Curt Custom Fit Class 3 Trailer Hitch Receiver offering the 2 inch by 2 inch opening. It's part number is C13105. Here's what the hitch is going to look like installed on the vehicle. We've got a rounded shape cross tube you'll see across the rear. It's going to come right here into the middle with our receiver tube. This is a 2 inch by 2 inch receiver tube opening class 3 hitch.



MaxxTow Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2014 Toyota Sienna

Today on our 2014 Toyota Sienna we're doing a test fit of the MaxxTow 48 by 21 cargo carrier. That part number is MT70422. Now we already have our cargo carrier installed. This is designed to work with 2" hitches only and has a weight capacity of 500 pounds. Although it does have a pretty high weight capacity, it's made out of aluminum so it's very lightweight. We're going to take a few measurements here.



Curt Hitch Cargo Carrier Review - 2014 Toyota Sienna

Today on our 2014 Toyota Sienna, we're doing a test fit of the Curt Folding 20x60 Cargo Carrier. That part number is C18151. We already have our carrier installed. This is designed to work with two inch hitches and has a weight capacity of five hundred pounds. First thing I'm going to do is take a few measurements. Ground clearances is going to be about eleven inches.





Toyota Sienna Questions

  • The Hidden Hitch and Draw-Tite model hitches you referenced would be identical, since Hidden Hitch and Draw-Tite are sister companies. Both hitches are identical in looks, share the same capacity and would install in the same manner. The Curt # C13105 has a straight cross tube that bends slightly at each end, while the Hidden Hitch and Draw-Tite Hitches have a cross tube that angles rearward from the receiver opening, with no bend. I have provided side by side photos showing...
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  • The wiring for the Adapter 4 Pole to 7 Pole and 4 Pole, item # C57674, is wired as follows. The white wire is grounded to the vehicle frame as you have indicated. The Yellow wire is the center pole of the 7-Way connector and is normally used for connection to the reverse light circuit. In your case you will not need the yellow wire. The blue wire is for connection of the electric brake feed wire from a brake controller. You will need a brake controller in your Sienna to activate...
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  • I am not aware of any legally mandated minimum ground clearance requirement for trailer hitch receivers in any states and my online research did not reveal any such laws. However, I did find on an internet forum for Sienna owners posts related to your exact concern: too little hitch receiver-to-ground clearance. This vehicle simply sits quite low to the ground. Typically the various hitch receivers offered by the major manufacturers will tend to be of fairly similar proportions,...
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  • It sounds like you have a wishbone harness. A wishbone harness has 4 pins like a regular 4-Way but where the wires come out the running light circuit is split so you do not have to run a jumper wire between tail lights. You cannot always go by color. If the wire that is split is right next to the ground pin (covered pin) then this is what you have, a split running light wishbone harness like # A20WB.
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  • Many of the ball mounts we offer that we offer that fit 2 inch receivers like part # 2753 which has a 2-3/4 inch rise or 4 inch drop, that are designed to be able to use in a rise or drop position by simply turning it upside down, without losing any towing capacity. There are a few ball mounts out there that are designed to only be used in one position, so you will want to make sure any ball mount you use has both the rise and drop listed. I have attached a helpful article...
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  • The nature of the 2007 Toyota Sienna's design means it will sit lower than many vehicles, and this then means that an installed hitch receiver will do the same. All hitches for your car, shown on the linked page, install at the exact same mounting points and will rest just under the rear bumper cover. Any hitch, whether a 2-inch Class III type like # C13105 or a 1-1/4-inch Class II type like # C12065, will reduce your ground clearance to some degree. I linked a hitch install video...
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  • The smaller Class II hitches like # 36513 will give you a little more clearance vs. Class III hitches. The Class II will have lower tongue weight and gross trailer weight capacities. A bike rack with a rise in the shank will provide more ground clearance. When we have installed trailer hitch # 36513 on Toyota Sienna vans the same generation as yours we measured approximately 11 inches from level ground to the top of the receiver opening. To the bottom of the receiver that would...
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  • The recommended ball mount for your 2006 Toyota Sienna would have a 2-5/8 inch rise, like Curt ball mount # C45016. This would put the hitch ball at the most common trailer height, but to ensure it will work with your particular setup, I would recommend taking a couple simple measurements. First, measure from the ground to the top of your class II hitch opening. Then, with your trailer level, measure from the ground to the flat bottom of the trailer coupler. The difference...
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  • Although different hitches for a given model year of vehicle can vary a bit, the orientation of the receiver will usually be the same. When installed, the Curt Class II hitch part # 12212 will measure approximately 11 inches from the top of the receiver tube to the ground. Due to the smaller receiver, you will gain around 1/2 an inch more clearance versus the Class III. I attached installation instructions for you to check out also. You might also consider the Roadmaster Roll...
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  • The 2008 Toyota Sienna sits low to the ground as it is. Adding any trailer hitch is going to reduce the ground clearance. The hitch that is going to provide the most ground clearance is a Class II hitch from Curt, # C12065. This is only because the receiver and crosstube are smaller (by a fraction of an inch). You may still bottom out on the hitch on inclines like driveways. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view. The hitch comes with the correct...
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  • The bolts for the CURT Trailer Hitch, # 13105, for the 2006 Toyota Sienna, are M12 - 1.25 x 40 hex bolts. I have included a link to the installation details below for the hitch. Re-tapping a weldnut can be difficult and you could end up breaking it loose from the frame. Instead, I would first try to clean them out using a penetrating spray like WD-40 or similar product, and then give them a thorough cleaning with a wire brush like the Battery Post and Terminal Cleaner - Wire...
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  • When we test fit hitches, we take note of above ground height of the inside top of the receiver tube. When the size of the receiver (2 inch or 1-1/4 inch) and the thickness of the lip around the receiver (1/4 inch) is deducted, you get a good approximation of the ground clearance provided by each hitch. See the photo I've edited for you. Using these measurements, the Draw-Tite Class III, part # 75237 would provide you the best ground clearance under the hitch, about 9-3/4 inches. If...
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  • To install a bike rack on your 2014 Toyota Sienna, you'd first need to install a trailer hitch, if you don't have one already. The Curt Class III trailer hitch, part # C13105 would be an excellent choice. The Class III hitch uses the more common 2 inch receiver opening, which would give you a better selection of hitch mounted accessories like a bike rack like the Thule Hitching Post Pro # TH934XTR or a cargo carrier like the Curt # C18153. For carrying 4 bikes, you cannot go...
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  • I will be glad to help you with your hitch selection. The Draw-Tite Class III 2 Inch Hitch # 75237 would be an excellent choice for the towing situations you have described. With the 2 inch receiver you will have a wider selection of accessories available that you may need in the future such as bike racks and cargo carriers. It has a towing weight capacity of 3,500 lbs. and a tongue weight capacity of 350 lbs. At this time, there is not a Class II receiver with the 1-1/4 inch...
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  • Good news! You came to the right place, I can help you get all the items you need. The trailer hitch that I recommend for you is the Draw-Tite # 75237. This hitch has a 675lb tongue weight (TW) and a 4,500lbs towing capacity. If used with a weight distribution that towing weight can be increased. The Draw-Tite hitch has a combination of a e-coat and powder coat finish that provides excellent rust protection. But according to your owners manual the gross trailer weight must...
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  • Good news, I went out and grabbed the Anti-Rattle Hitch Lock for SportRack Bike Racks and Cargo Carriers # SR0901 and one of the Curt Premium 4 Bike Racks part # C18064 that you also referenced to test the two and found that the hitch lock fits the threads of the Curt bike racks so the # SR0901 would work well as a locking hitch pin for the Curt bike racks.
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  • The shank on the CURT Ball, # C40034, is 1 inch in diameter. If the ball mount on your mower has a 1 inch diameter hole, the ball with fit. We do have a couple of hitch balls with a 5/8 diameter shank. From Brophy, we have # CB-20Z (2 inch diameter ball) or # CB10Z (1-7/8 inch diameter).
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  • The new mounting hardware you can use for the Thule Cascade cargo box is the Thule Replacement EasySnap Mounting Kit, part # TH05820. This kit uses the newer design EasySnap housings to attach the cargo box to factory crossbars that would run from side to side on your vehicle. If your 2012 Toyota Sienna just has the factory side rails on the roof you will need to add the Thule Complete Crossroad Roof Rack Kit, part # TH45058, to be able to mount the cargo box to your vehicle. The...
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  • In order to add a 7-Way trailer connector on your 2013 Toyota Sienna you will first need to install a 4-Way using # 118498. This system plugs into the vehicle tail light wiring and requires a direct connection to the vehicle battery to both power the trailer lights and protect the vehicle wiring. With the 4-Way installed you would then need to install a 4 and 7-Way installation kit # ETBC7. This will provide a 7-Way and the wiring and accessories needed to hardwire in your...
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  • A 16 inch bike is small and the best option as far as a bike rack is going to be a platform style rack like # HR1400. A hanging bike rack wouldn't fit the small frame even with an adapter bar. You will need to add Kids Bike Wheel Hoop Adapters, # HRSW-ADP-2, in order to carry the 16 inch bike in the rack. The adapters will prevent the tires on the bike from going too far into the hoops on the rack. I have linked a video review and the instructions for you for the bike rack....
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