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Trailer Wiring 7-Way Upgrade Kit

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This kit contains everything you need to upgrade from a 4-way, 5-way, or 6-way connector to a 7-way connector. Includes 7-way RV-style trailer connector, junction box, wire loom, and hardware. Call 800-298-8924 to order etrailer accessories and parts part number ET7WK or order online at Free expert support on all etrailer products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Trailer Wiring 7-Way Upgrade Kit. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.

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This kit contains everything you need to upgrade from a 4-way, 5-way, or 6-way connector to a 7-way connector. Includes 7-way RV-style trailer connector, junction box, wire loom, and hardware.


  • Kit allows you to upgrade from a 4-way, 5-way, or 6-way connector to a 7-way connector
    • Provides additional circuit for brakes, battery, or reverse lights
  • Heavy-duty, 7-way, RV-style trailer connector is insulated and molded to protect terminals and wires
  • Weatherproof, corrosion-resistant 7-pole junction box protects wires, eases installation, and makes diagnostics simple
    • Ring terminals allow for easy connections
  • Wire loom protects wiring from the elements and allows wires in and out along any point of the loom for easy installation
  • Includes:
    • (1) 7-Way trailer connector
    • 1 Wiring junction box with mounting hardware
    • 8 Ring terminals for 12- to 10-gauge wire
    • 8 Ring terminals for 16- to 14-gauge wire
    • 10' Wire loom
    • 1 Self-tapping ground screw


  • Junction box dimensions: 7" long x 3-1/2" wide x 2-1/4" tall
  • Trailer connector length: 8'
  • Trailer connector wire gauges:
    • Black/white: 10 gauge
    • Blue: 12 gauge
    • Brown/red/green/yellow: 14 gauge
  • Wire loom dimensions: 10' long x 1/2" diameter
  • Ground screw: #8 x 1/2" long

Wiring Code
Molded Connector Function Usual Trailer Wire
White Wire Ground White Wire
Red Wire Left Turn and Brake Yellow Wire
Brown Wire Right Turn and Brake Green Wire
Green Wire Tail Lights Brown Wire
Blue Wire Brake Power Blue Wire
Black Wire 12 Volt (hot lead) Black Wire
Yellow Wire Auxiliary -

ET7WK Trailer Wiring 7-Way Upgrade Kit

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Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for etrailer Wiring - Trailer Connectors - ET7WK Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the trailer wiring 7-way upgrade kit. This kit allows you to upgrade from a 4-way, 5-way or 6-way connector to a brand new 7-way connector. This is going to come with your heavy duty 7-way RV style trailer connector. It's insulated and molded to protect terminals and wires. It's also going to come with a weatherproof corrosion-resistant junction box. This is 7-pole junction box that's designed to protect your wires.

It's also going to make installation much easier and it makes diagnostics simple. The posts right here are going to be the areas where you would connect your ring terminals. The ring terminals would connect to the ends of the wiring and then the wiring connects to the posts. Each post is going to come with a nut and serrated washer. Again, makes connecting very quick, very easy. A couple things that actually just come with the junction box is you're going to get two different style of grommets.

You're going to get a solid grommet right here and you're going to get some pass-through grommets right here. The solid grommets can be used in the indentions 00:01:04 where you don't want to run any wires through so that's going to keep those blocked making sure it's going to keep out dirt and grime and moisture. Then any location where you do want to pass through wires, you want to pull out a solid grommet and put in one of these pass-through grommets. The wires go through there. It still creates a nice tight seal around the opening and still going to offer that protection that we need but it allows the wires to go inside the junction box.

It's going to come with those. It's also going to come with some clamps and hardware for the clamps. Right here on this side is where the clamps would install. What that does is those are basically what's called strain relief brackets. They take the strain off of the connection point which is right here at the post or at the terminal. The lid's included, hardware's include.

The only thing that's really not included is you're going to need hardware to get this mounted and the reason why they don't include that is because each application is different. It's got two mount holes on it so you'll just need to use some larger self-tapping screws or you can use some bolts to get this installed to your trailer frame somewhere. The distance that we have between those holes on center looks like it's going to measure about 7-3/8 of an inch. Those holes are going to give us a diameter measurement that looks to measure pretty close to 3/8 of an inch. It does come with these two larger bolts right here. These are your bolts that go through the lid and into the actual housing right here, these connection points. They simply just connect the two pieces together for a nice tight secure connection. It's also going to come with your wire loom. This is going to protect your wiring from the elements. It allows wires in and out along the way at any point of the loom for easy installation and easy access for easy maintenance if ever needed. A 10-foot wire loom. Real quick we're just going to recap what it comes with. It's going to come with 7-way trailer connector, wiring junction box with mounting hardware, 8 ring terminals for 12- to 10-gauge wiring, 8 ring terminals for 16- to 14-gauge wiring and 10-foot wire loom and it's going to come with your 1 self-tapping ground screw as well as your grommets and as well as your clamping systems for the junction box. The junction box itself, this is going to give us a measurement of around . if we go just measuring the length of the box outside edge to outside edge not including the mounting points, it's going to measure around 7 inches or so. That's from this area to the same point on the other side. If we measure the width of the unit we're looking at about 3-1/2 inches wide. Height is about 2-1/4 inches. Again, trailer connector length is 8 feet and when it comes to the wire gauges black and white is going to be 10-gauge, blue wire is going to be 12-gauge, brown, red, green and yellow is going to be 14-gauge. That's going to do it for today's look at the trailer wiring 7-way upgrade kit.

Customer Reviews

Trailer Wiring 7-Way Upgrade Kit - ET7WK

Average Customer Rating:  4.4 out of 5 stars   (17 Customer Reviews)

This kit contains everything you need to upgrade from a 4-way, 5-way, or 6-way connector to a 7-way connector. Includes 7-way RV-style trailer connector, junction box, wire loom, and hardware.


Used this kit to upgrade the wiring on my utility trailer. The junction box is suitably rugged. I mounted it on the underside of my trailer bed near the tongue. This box easily allows me to wire up a battery to on my trailer for a winch or breakaway brakes and keep that battery charged via the vehicle. 575712


I just received my order, the order came very quickly and completely. Everything looks good. I ordered the Etrailer brand. The quality seems very good. 324513


Good heavy duty cable. Didn't really care for the over-molded plug. The pull tangs are soft and make it difficult to pull from the receptacle. Junction box is very sturdy and has plenty of room for routing wires. 487302


Great service 369461


Three connection wires from truck (2017 GMC truck) did not match up with color connectors indicated in junction box. Perhaps GM is different than most? 514344


Because trailer wiring color codes arent always consistent, its recommended to wire by function, not by wire color. Plug the wiring harness into the vehicle, and use a circuit tester like # 40376
Circuit Tester Kit
as each lighting function is tested, then wire accordingly. For more helpful information about trailer wiring, click on the provided link.

-- Mike L - 05/31/2018



all is well everything working as should be thanks for the great service. 616686


worked great just wish they came a longer in length with this kit had to add 10' of 7 pin wire to it to reach junction box 605973


Easier said than done 557048


Got what I ordered , It all fit ,worked well. 522969


works as expected 521933


Good quality kit installed quick and ea sy. 513576


Great product,Great service and fast sh ipping. 468320


Thanks for fast delivery and great service. The videos were great to repair my Atwood coupler. I will be using you guys again soon. 456659


Great product. Came with everything I needed. Makes a great test point and junction box. Highly recommend! 455865


Little disappointed with this wiring kit. The plug colors did not match up correctly for standard wiring. I ended up having to pin it all out with an ohm meter and connector on the truck (Ford F-150) and then match it to the trailer. Would have been nice for this to use standard colors and it would have saved me 30min. 442691


I am very happy with the items I received, everything went together with ease. This was the first time I attempted installing brakes on a trailer, your videos made it very easy to choose the items I needed and assembling. I will recommend etrailer to my friends in the future. Thank you John C. 423007


I am very happy with the items I received, everything went together with ease. This was the first time I attempted installing brakes on a trailer, your videos made it very easy to choose the items I needed and assembling. I will recommend etrailer to my friends in the future. Thank you John C. 423006


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