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7-Way Pre-Wired Car Connector, 7' Lead

7-Way Pre-Wired Car Connector, 7' Lead

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Draw-Tite Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring

  • Universal Fit
  • Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Wiring
  • 7 Round - Blade
  • Draw-Tite
  • 7 Feet Long


  • Allows Remote Trailer Wiring in Pickup Beds or Other Hard to Access Areas When Towing 5th Wheel or Gooseneck Trailers
  • Exact Replacement for O.E.M. Connectors
  • Durable Plastic Shell
  • Weathertight Seal
  • Gauge of wires:
    • White and black wires: 10 gauge
    • Blue wire: 12 gauge
    • Brown, red, yellow and green wires: 14 gauge


20223 7-Way Pre-Wired Car Connector, 7' Lead

Item # 20023



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




Video Transcript for Draw-Tite 7-Way Pre-Wired Car Connector Installation - 1993 Dodge Ram Pickup

Today we're gonna be taking a look at the Tow Ready 7-pole Wiring Kit. And all you really need to do is just go on our website and use that FitGuide at the top, put in your vehicle's year, make and model and that's gonna get you set up with the correct kit for your specific vehicle. Today we have a 1993 Dodge Ram 250 and we're gonna be taking a look at the Tow Ready 7-pole Connecting Wiring Kit. What we're gonna get with the kit, of course, our connector and the wiring, it's gonna be about seven foot long. We have a little flap and it's spring loaded. So it's gonna close shut even if you forget to close it.

It does that all for you. It has a nice seal on the inside so as you can see, there's a lip right here and then the cap actually fits right over that. So no water's gonna get in it if we're not using it and this is going to be great for your braking systems. If you have a trailer that has brakes but you only have a 4-pole, you're not gonna be able to use the trailer brakes which actually wears out your brakes on your vehicle a lot quicker. So if you upgrade to a 7-pole, we're gonna be able to use that brake controller.

If you have one, great, if you don't, we have a lot of options on our website. It also comes with a bracket and the hardware to connect the connector to the bracket. And we also have some self-tappers that come with it as well, that's gonna connect it to wherever you really wanna mount it. One thing that I really appreciate is they already have it pre-loomed so you don't have to grab any, which is really nice so you don't really have to worry about any of that. It's pretty much ready to go, all you gotta do is just splice it into your existing wiring.

So, sometimes you don't see that and I really do appreciate it. In our case on our pickup truck, we already had a 7-pole in the bed for the gooseneck and then we already had a brake controller installed. If you don't have the factory tow package on your truck, what we're gonna do is we're gonna wanna get a brake controller. If you don't need a brake controller, you don't need to do that but we will have to grab a power wire from the battery and run that back. If you do need wire, we have it here at etrailer but ideally you have both and all the wires are gonna be right here, like our situation.

So all we needed to do was to kind of splice in from the existing 7-pole. Or if you do have a brake controller installed, all these wires are gonna be here. So you don't really have to search or anything. Once you find them you're good. And the only thing we do want to do is get it its own ground. We don't wanna splice into the existing ground of whatever else is there and that's why we have a little ring terminal right here and we found a good ground for it. This kit is meant to tie into your vehicle body harness. So we're gonna have all of our different wires tied in and we're gonna match it up to function. But first we need to find that body harness and on this particular truck, it's right underneath here. You can tell if you're in the right spot if you have the same colored wires but also the same quantity of wires. So kind of take the piece and you notice that we have plenty of wires that match up with all of them. So this is definitely where we wanna be. Now that we know where we're getting our signal from, we have a bracket and the piece that we're gonna be plugging into, we're gonna figure out exactly where we wanna put it. So our customer wants it to be mounted on our hitch receiver. So not here but it's a little bit farther back. So now that we know where the wires are and where we wanna put it, we can take our cable and start to route this back. I typically like to stay with the body harness just because it's ideally the best spot just to run it next to a bunch of other wires so it's out of the way of anything that might hurt 'em. The brackets should go on one way, not like this, we wanna put it like this. And we do have self-tapping screws that come with the kit but I tend to just mark these with a little drill bit and make a pilot hole just so they go in there a little bit smoother, they don't run on us at all. We definitely do that. It's just a better way I found with my experience here at etrailer. So mark one hole and mark the other. Make sure it's nice and square too. And here we go. Now I can take our self-tapping screws and I'm using a quarter inch socket. So now what I'm gonna do is take this and slide it in. It should line up with the holes. Gonna have a Phillips head that goes through there. This does come with the kit, which is nice. And on the other side they have a little nut with some catch on it. Kind of thread this on, like that. And once we get 'em all put in, that should be nice and centered on there. We'll take our Philips and tighten this up. Since the nut does have a little catch on the back, we might not need a wrench but if you did need a wrench, it's three eighths of an inch but they are catching pretty well. So we wanna tighten this down so it doesn't go anywhere. And there's only one way this is going to snap in so it's lined it up. It should click into place. What I ended up doing is just following the body harness. So on the driver's side, I just found the wires that connect to our driver's side taillight and just ran on the inside of the frame rail and avoiding all the suspension components. If you're near one, just go above it just so when it travels, it's not gonna catch anything. With the kit, we're gonna have two different type of connectors. We're gonna have a heat shrink butt connector and then we're just gonna have a splice connector. Since we already have a fifth wheel, 7-pole in the bed, we're gonna have to be using the splices. So if that's not the case with you and you just have to add one to the back, you can use these. These are better but we don't really have the option to do that since we already have one installed. And then we're gonna have both a bigger and smaller one. So the yellow ones are gonna be bigger for the thicker gauge wire, it's typically for your power 'cause the power's a little bit bigger than the others. And then the ones I wanna be using is the splice connectors using one of these for the power wire. As you can see, it's a little bit bigger than the rest of 'em so that's what this one's for. But then the other ones, we're just gonna be using the blue ones that come with the kit to connect them into the wiring. And then we have our ground, which it's just gonna be self-tapped to a good ground source, typically the frame. One thing you wanna think about is you don't wanna go by color. So on the very end of this right here, it's upside down but it's gonna tell you which is which. so it's gonna say color and function. So I went ahead and tested this and you can test it with a little tester like this. This is what I was using. You can buy this on our website, if you need one, if you have one, great. So we actually had pretty much the same exact layout but the only thing with this is the brown and the green wire where it's swapped around. So that's why we wanna test for function not color. Once you get that all straight, write it down, I usually do and then we can start connecting everything up. The way these work, we wanna open it up and the wire that's completely full that has the signal that we want and slide that in. All the way into that channel. Make sure it's both on the front and the back side and then we're gonna take our power wire and we're gonna connect it just like this. Pretty much what happens here is we're gonna take like a pliers of some sort and see that little metal tab by my thumb, we're gonna push that down. And pretty much what that does, it just smashes both of them together and it gives it a metal connection. So once you get it in place. You guys can see it, it's kind of awkward underneath here. I'm gonna squeeze this down nice and tight. I want to go all the way down. And then you know that you got a good crimp on it. Okay. When it's almost all the way down and then we can flap this over and close it. And if it doesn't really wanna close, you can always just tape it up 'cause I will tape all these up once I'm done. So that's gonna be that same exact thing for all the other ones, except we're gonna use the blue connectors for the smaller ones. So I'm gonna go ahead and do that and it's pretty much it. And for our ground wire, we don't wanna splice in to the existing ground wire going to our in bed 7-pole. We wanna give it its own ground so just grab the self-tapping screw with the kit and find a good ground. I'm just using the little support rail underneath the bed. Before we clean up the wiring means and wire loom and make sure it's all nice and pretty, we wanna make sure and test all the functions and make sure they work properly. First we wanna see if we have power, which it seems like we do. And then we wanna see if the brake controller's gonna work. So press down on that manual override on your brake controller, that works. And then our brake should also work. And then we can do left turn signal, which is working. Right turn signal, which is working. We have the running lights, which is working and then reverse. And we're pretty much good. Once everything's working properly, we can go ahead and clean up the wiring a little bit. I suggest wire loom. It does not come with the kit, it's actually on our website. So definitely add that to your cart. And that's pretty much it for a look at the Tow Ready 7-pole Connector Wiring Kit on our 1993 Dodge Ram 250..

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7-Way Pre-Wired Car Connector, 7' Lead - 20023

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (63 Customer Reviews)


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1996 Dodge Ram Pickup

Truck: 1996 ram 2500, 8ft bed.

This
company is a joke. You are better off ordering from a different company. If I could add zero stars I would. Etrailers ability to execute a simple order twice could not even be done.

The first time that I ordered, the hitch was all scratched up out of the box. The two pieces that run and bolt parallel with the frame were half inch from square. Either way the holes would not line up when this was a guaranteed fit. On top of that two of the bolts they included did not even fit inside of the holes in the trailer hitch itself.
I called customer support and their solution was to push the 3/8 inch steel flanges apart with the 2 x 4. They did agree to send a replacement which I received. This time the peanut gallery couldn’t even include a hardware kit to install it. I would use my own hardware, but I need the steel spacers to fill the holes in the frame around the bolt.

Save your time and money with a different company.



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1997 Chevrolet C/K Series Pickup

The packaging was really damaged and missing a nut. The little bag the fasteners and accessories came in had a whole and looked like it had been opened before.



by:

Installed this on my 1998 Dodge Ram 3500 with Torklift hitch. This 7-way kit has worked great in the past year that I've had it. Receiver end stays water tight and I have had no issues.



by:

Worked great upgrading my 74 chevrolet flatbet to have trailer brakes. Fast shipping always nice to deal with this company



by:

As expected. Cable and connector were great. Did not really like the bracket. Not an easy way to connect it. Ended up having a custom hitch installed (Classic old Truck) and they provided the bracket. Other than that works great.



by:

This harness worked great once I straightened out the previous truck owners wiring nightmare. Helps to have a partner and a test light with a good place to ground to.



by:

Exactly what I needed to tandem tow behind my 5th wheel. Everything was in the kit. Good instructions. Easy.



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1997 Chevrolet C/K Series Pickup

If you need to wire your vehicle for a 7 pin plug be smart and by this kit.
It has all you need to make your life easy.

Keith J.

7/6/2018

It wiring harness is still work well.



by:
1997 Dodge Ram Pickup

This replaced the connector and wiring on my 97 Dodge Ram 2500. There just wasn't much left of the connectors after 20+ years! I mounted it in the box for convenience for plugging in the 5th wheel. I used an extension for a regular trailer.



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1997 Chevrolet Silverado

The wiring harness came with everything I needed to wire up my 1997 Silverado for my new bass boat. It took an hour or two to find all the wires I needed and tap into them. The only thing i would change if I could would be to include more zip ties in a larger size. Other than that I have hauled my boat a few times and all of the wiring works great along with the trailer brakes. If I ever have another truck I need to wire a seven pin connector to I will buy this kit again.



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This wiring kit is awesome. Had it installed in under 25 minutes. Have had it installed for a year now and I use my truck everyday to tow so this plug and harness is being used daily. I don’t have any pictures on my phone of it unless I would post them. Highly recommended for the price and the ease of installation and quality!



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1992 Ford F-250 and F-350

I just finished test fitting all the components of the system and found it very easy and enjoyable. The only problem I noticed was the packaging was far from robust enough to handle the product. Three of the four box's were severely damaged and were only held together by a mass amount of packing tape which made opening tough. I should have taken pictures my mistake, but wanted too make sure all components were present and accounted for which they were. Great system and was a pleasure to deal with, thanks for the great product and will sent pictures when installed in truck...



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1991 Ford F-150, F-250, F-350

Great replacement for the 9 pole connector that was on this older truck. The fit was perfect and a previous question that I found on the site (https://www.etrailer.com/question-59450.html) helped me make the connection in no time. Now the vehicle is wired to two contemporary trailers. Thanks!



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Ford F-150

This curt 15300 is a beast. Over rated for my f150 but rather be over kill than unsafe. Mounts right up after drilling 6 holes in frame. I feel like its a very safe choice. On the farm you never know what i might need to do with it. Very happy. And shipped out and had it on the 2nd day. Installed in bout an hour. Dull bits otherwise 30 min could of been done.



by:
1986 GMC C/K Series Pickup

Received the 7-way kit and installed it the same day. Kit is complete and a easy way to add a 5-th wheel style plug to your truck.



by:

It has worked like it should but it was up to the driver to make it happen. Installing it was a bit hard, the truck did not like drilling into it. Broke two 1/2 inch drill bits



by:

Fast delivery the only problem I have is your can go online and get the same product for $$$ instead of $$$ do understand lm he one that went to e trailer but I would think the price would be more competitive

Etrailer Expert

Heather A.

2/3/2022

We do have a price pledge policy if you find the exact product somewhere else at a different price. I will have customer service reach out to you.



by:
1995 Chevrolet C/K Series Pickup

Hi Carol ,, This wire harness was exactly as you said it would be. It was a breeze to install and it worked perfect. I was completely satisfied... Bravo !!!



by:

Great wiring harness. Has held up well over the year. No issues.



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1998 Ram 3500

Bought for a 98 dodge 3500 and it was as good as factory.



by:

Excellent product. Makes wiring for a trailer easy and clean.



by:

Well thanks I have costumer that really need to get his work done and it’s so happy because now hi has exactly what he was looking for. And I I’m happy to, I get the right parts for his work truck



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1996 Chevrolet C/K Series Pickup

The wiring kit came fast and packaged well. THanks!



by:

It is worth money i love it



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1995 Ford F-150

Ease of installation, no issues..


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