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Chevrolet Blazer Trailer Wiring Harness

Make installing a trailer wiring harness on your Chevrolet Blazer as easy as possible with a custom fit wiring harness from Draw-Tite, Curt, Pollak, Tow Ready, Bosal, or Hopkins. A custom kit will eliminate or reduce the need to cut and splice wires in your Chevrolet Blazer while helping to protect sensitive electronics.

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  • Trailer Wiring Harness Recommendation for a 2002 Chevy S10 Blazer
  • I have a simple, easy solution that will provide you with a 4-way at the rear of your 2002 Chevy S10 Blazer. All you need is the Curt Wiring Harness part # C55411. This custom-designed wiring harness splices into your Chevrolet Blazer's wiring harness, which is located either along the driver's-side frame rail or behind the rear bumper. I attached install instructions to the right.
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  • Installing 7-way Trailer Connector on 2002 Chevy Blazer
  • The Hopkins # 30955 is intended for use on a full size GM truck or SUV that is equipped with the factory tow package. The connector would plug into an existing connector located at the rear of the driver's side frame rail behind the back bumper or above the spare tire as shown in the photo I provided. Unless it was equipped with a rare factory tow package, it is unlikely your Blazer will have that connector. If you're wanting to install the 7-way to tow a trailer equipped with electric...
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  • Draw-Tite Wiring Recommendation for a 1996 Chevy Blazer
  • If the six wires you found coming off of your 1996 Chevy Blazer are for trailer wiring you could certainly use 4 of them to wire up this 4-Pole Hardwire Kit Including Circuit Tester # 18252. The colors should match up color for color from your wiring to the # 18252. You will want to use the included circuit tester to make sure you wire it up correctly. On part # 18252 connect the White wire to a clean metal surface for ground, Brown to the running light circuit, Yellow to left turn...
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  • Factory Connection Point for Trailer Wiring on a 1984 Chevy Blazer
  • As far as I could find the connection point on the 1984 Chevy Blazer is located along the driver side frame rail near the back of the vehicle (see instructions link). You may be able to pull it down from in front of the gas tank or up and over the frame rail. Otherwise, the way that you have described it, sounds like you would have to lower the gas tank to reach the factory connection point.
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  • Installing the Draw-Tite Wiring # 18252 On My 2003 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
  • Yes, the left and right turn signal wires also carry the brake signal on your 2003 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer. If you wire the 4-pole, part # 18252 to the correct wires you will get the brake signal on your trailer. On the Draw-Tite Wiring, part # 18252, you will need to use a circuit tester # 3808 to connect to the correct wire function. On part # 18252 connect the White wire to a clean metal surface for ground, Brown to the running light circuit, Yellow to left turn and brake, and Green...
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  • Trailer Lights Go Out on Starcraft Popup When 1994 Chevrolet Blazer Parking Lights are Turned On
  • We should start with the connector on the trailer. If it is wired as you have stated, looking at the wires inside the trailer end connector, left turn and right turn switched, power and ground wires switched and trailer brake and running light circuit switched, then this could very well be the whole problem as the connector is not wired or grounded properly. Use a circuit tester, item # 3808 if needed, and the photos on our wiring page (see link) to determine if the wiring is correct and...
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