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Make installing a trailer wiring harness on your Toyota Tundra 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 Toyota Tundra while helping to protect sensitive electronics.
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Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2002 Toyota Tundra
Today on this 2002 Toyota Tundra, we're going to install part number C55378. This is a Curt T-connector vehicle wiring harness with a 4-pole flat trailer connector. Our first stop is underneath the hood. We need to look for a port where this wire harness will plug into. Typically, it's located right here, next to the battery. Sometimes, you may have to move the battery around to get access to it. In this case, we have enough room.
Today on this 2002 Toyota Tundra we're going to install part number C55378. This is the CURT t-connector wiring harness with the 4-pole flat trailer connector. Our first stop is underneath the hood. We need to look for a port where this wire harness will plug into. Typically it's located right here next to the battery. Now sometimes you may have to move the battery around to get access to it.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2001 Toyota Tundra
Today on our 2001 Toy0ta Tundra, we'll be installing the Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector, part number C55378. We'll begin here underneath the rear of the vehicle, over here on the drivers side. You'll see that there's a large gray plug right here that actually has an end cap in it. To unplug this, we'll simply push in on the locking tab and gently pull downward. This is the wiring that we'll be tying in the new Curt T-Connector wiring harness to. Now for the box and the 4-flat end of the wiring harness, we're going to route it up here through the frame. This will allow us to protect the box, as well as give us a good flat area to secure the box using the 2-sided tape. We'll go ahead and use a little bit of rubbing alcohol to clean the surface first, before we attach the 2-sided tape to the box, and then attach the box to the frame of the vehicle. We'll go ahead and plug in our connection from the new wiring harness to the factory wiring harness, making sure that we hear the locking tab click into place. We'll go ahead and use a few zip-ties to secure up any excess wiring. Now for the 4-flat, we'll route it down here to the center of the hitch area. We'll then take the cover for the 4-flat, put it on the end of the 4-flat, and then loop it through the safety chain hole on the hitch. Once that goes through, we'll take the end cap and put it back over the end of our 4-flat.
Hopkins Endurance Fifth Wheel Wiring Harness Installation - 2012 Toyota Tundra
Today on our 2012 Toyota Tundra, well be installing the Hopkins Endurance fifth wheel and gooseneck 90 degree wiring harness, part number 41157.To begin our install, well first move into the truck bed to mount our new seven pole connector. Here on the drivers side is a great location. In order to install our new seven pole connector, well first need to cut out the hole in the bed side using the 1 inch hole saw bit as per the instructions. Well go ahead and cut it out now.Next we will take the new wiring harness and feed it from underneath the vehicle up through the cut out hole. Now we have access to it in the truck bed, were going to go ahead and apply some dielectric grease to the connector as provided with their install kit. Then we can go ahead and plug the wiring harness into the back of the new seven pole connector.To mount our seven pole connector here to the side of the bed, well use the self-tapping screws provided with the install kit.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2008 Toyota Tundra
Today, on this 2008 Toyota Tundra were going to install part #: HM11143395 from Hopkins. This Hopkins tow package wiring kit for Toyota Tundra. To help us install this kit were also going to use part #: 18140 from Tow Ready. This is their universal mounting bracket. Well start off that part first. Well go ahead and take it and attach it to the top of the hitch and then clamp it in place.
Today on our 2001 Toyota Tundra well be installing the Tow Ready T1 connector, part number 118378. First well need to go ahead and open up the hood to the engine compartment. Well remove the negative battery cable, disconnecting the vehicles electrical system. Were going to go ahead and use the Power Dome LT, part number WC2464 jump box. We can maintain electrical system current so that we dont lose any of the preset functions of the vehicle. To do this well plug the black wire onto the negative battery cable as we remove from the battery, or a ground of the vehicle as seen here on the fender, and then the red clamp well route to the positive battery terminal, or cable as we remove it from the battery.
All right today on this 2002 Toyota Tundra were going to install part number 118378 from Tow Ready. All right, the first thing we need to do is go ahead and install a fuse holder by the battery. All right, now therell be a gray connector between the battery and the fender. Well take the cap off, well install our wire harness. Now, in some vehicles you can see these connectors and some dont, so it may be a good idea to go ahead and move the battery out of the way to find it. And also, some vehicles have a connector already installed to the hot lead to the battery.
Trailer Wiring Harness Adapter Installation - 2010 Toyota Tundra
Today on this 2010 Toyota Tundra pickup, we are going to install part number 37185. Also, we are going to use an install bracket, part number 118136 from Tow Ready. In this case what we are going to do is we have our factory 4-pole lose from the vehicle. Our 7 and 4-pole down to our 4-pole adapter is going to go on the end of this. Now we will take a few minutes to do some test fitting here because it is kind of close between the hitch and the bumper. So, we use our bracket. We can mount it this way or we can mount it this way. And we can mount it just like this. It does stick out kinda far. So what we can do is we can just take this bracket and flip it around. And if we are installing it backwards, it actually recesses a little bit. It sits a little tighter against the hitch and it is not the only thing that is sticking out further than the hitch itself. 1:00
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