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Twist-in, 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector for Chevy and GMC Vehicles - Vehicle End

Twist-in, 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector for Chevy and GMC Vehicles - Vehicle End

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This socket is designed to fit into a pre-existing cutout on 2007-2013 GM 1500 trucks and 2007-2014 GM 2500/3500 trucks. Twist-in connector also serves as a replacement for OEM sockets on GM trucks 1999-newer that came with factory tow packages. Call 800-298-1624 to order Pollak custom fit vehicle wiring part number PK11916 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Pollak products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Twist-in, 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector for Chevy and GMC Vehicles - Vehicle End. Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring reviews from real customers.
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Pollak Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring - PK11916

  • Custom Fit
  • Trailer Hitch Wiring
  • 7 Blade
  • Pollak
  • No Converter

This socket is designed to fit into a pre-existing cutout on 2007-2013 GM 1500 trucks and 2007-2014 GM 2500/3500 trucks. Twist-in connector also serves as a replacement for OEM sockets on GM trucks 1999-newer that came with factory tow packages.


Features:

  • Twist-in, replacement 7-pole, sealed socket, RV-style trailer connector
    • Convenient, twist-in installation to existing socket hole on Chevy and GMC trucks
  • High-impact nylon construction
    • Resists corrosion
  • Spring-loaded lid with stainless steel spring and runner gasket
    • Prevents intrusion of moisture when closed
    • Has drain slot and angled design for drainage
    • Includes wiring diagram for quick installation
  • Copper-plated terminal pins
    • High conductivity and low resistance
    • Sealed with silicone at the back of the socket
      • Prevents moisture from contacting mating connector


Specs:

  • Application: fits 2007 - 2013 Chevrolet/GMC 1500 trucks and 2007 - 2014 Chevrolet/GMC 2500/3500 trucks
    • Serves as exact replacement for 1999 to current Chevy and GMC trucks with factory tow packages
  • Current rating: 30 amps
  • Volt rating: 12 volts
  • 1-Year limited warranty


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11-916 Twist-in, 7-Way, RV-style Trailer Connector for Chevy and GMC Vehicles - Vehicle End
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Twist-in, 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector for Chevy and GMC Vehicles - Vehicle End - PK11916

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (535 Customer Reviews)

This socket is designed to fit into a pre-existing cutout on 2007-2013 GM 1500 trucks and 2007-2014 GM 2500/3500 trucks. Twist-in connector also serves as a replacement for OEM sockets on GM trucks 1999-newer that came with factory tow packages.

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2001 Chevrolet Suburban

My wife and I built a trailer for our kayaks. Once done, the electric test failed and we traced it back to this part on our 20 year old, faithful Suburban. etrailer had the part, suggested that it may not be an exact fit and made buying easy. Once the part arrived, it tested perfectly and fit just fine. Thanks etrailer for having this part and your quality service.



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This connector arrived fast and was very easy to install. Took about two minutes to put in. It seems to be of very good quality.



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2013 GMC Sierra

Broke my trailer electrical socket on my GMC pickup, I’m 1,500 miles from home waiting for the snow to start melting to go home. The local GM dealer wanted over $70.00 for replacement part. Found this one at etrailer.com for $16.95. I had it sent priority mail as mail has been slow here in AZ , received in six day and took less than five minutes to install. Hate to leave AZ , but home in SD is calling. We will be be back next winter. Thanks to etrailer for saveing me money I’ll need for gas home.



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Very easy to install this connector and is a solid quality product



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THis is NOT a unversal part for GM Trucks. The base plate on the truck needed to be modified to make it work. The connectors were correct, and the lights work just fine, but it took hours of fiddling to enlarge the base plate to get the connector to turn into the slots provided.



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Worked well so far, kind of a pain to install because of the splicing required.



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Plug and play!



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2008 Chevrolet Silverado

Perfect fit for my 2008 Silverado. Identical to the adapter used in my wife's 2007 Suburban, except hers says "GM" and mine says "Pollack." This is all assuming it works, I haven't hooked a trailer up to it yet.



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Easy install. Attach and twist in place. Can't get much easier



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Looks to be good quality. Easy to install. Remove the old connector by depressing the keeper, turning it counter clock wise about a quarter turn, slide it out, depress the keeper on the wiring harness connector and unpluging the unit. Install the new connector by pluging in the wiring harness connector, sliding the unit through the bumper hole and turning it about a quarter turn clock wise to lock it in place. It took less time than writing this.


Comments
After a year, I still believe this product is well made of high quallity products. It is operating well as I expected it would. Thank you for building and selling this product.
Leon - 07/17/2014


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After spending a little time online figuring out how this connector attaches to the factory hitch (push the tab, twist about 1/4 turn, pull out far enough to reach wiring harness connector), I ordered one from etrailer. When I got it, it took me all of 5 minutes to remove the broken connector and install the new one. Upon examining the OEM connector, which says "GM" on the lid's outside, it says "Pollak" on the inside, so the OEM part was built by this aftermarket company. No wonder it fit so well! BTW, the original broke because of cockpit error, not because of manufacturing defect.



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After 18 years, my original trailer plug connector was showing signs of corrosion. When I bought a travel trailer with electric brakes, I knew I could no longer trust my old connector. I purchased this replacement because it is identical to the OEM connector which I knew was excellent quality, not a cheap knock-off. It was simple to install and the wire connector plugged right in. I've been using it extensively for a year now and it's been working flawlessly. I'm glad I purchased this quality connector that I can trust.



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2012 Chevrolet Silverado

Looks like OEM and took all of a minute or two to install. The video was very helpful to show how to remove plate on back of rear bumper. The wiring harness on my 2012 Silverado wasn place so it was only a matter of removing plate and plugging in. A seven point adapter then plugs into this and the trailer plug just pushes onto the adapter. I tried both a seven point adapter that I kept from my 2005 Silverado and also a seven point adapter that my brother has on a 2011 Honda Pilot and they are all universal and worked just fine.. Very user friendly.The tow hitch took about 45 minutes to also install with no help (though a second person could make it a 30 minute ordeal tops). Very pleased and the shipping was ahead of original date with just normal ground freight..



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Overall good product be careful when twisting in one of the tabs broke but still holds in place.



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A slight delay in shipping due to availability, but the part arrived in good working condition, installed easily. Very nice.



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worked perfect. easy hookup. heavy duty. better replacement than factory. can't go wrong with this setup.



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very high quality good price fast shipping great customer service online video made it quick and easy to install works great very happy with my purchase of this item



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Chevrolet

I’m a Snow bird in Arizona, pulled pickup ahead with out unplugging trailer connection, broke retaining lug on Pickup. The Chevy dealer here wanted $70.00 Ordered two from etrailer, one for a spare and had enough left over to take my wife out for a Valentines steak supper. Fast shipping was just a bonus Thanks etrailer.



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This worked, it was easy to install.



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Very easy...Installed in about 10 seconds. Product did not completely cover the holes through the bumper that existed from the factory harness insert. So you can see light a little bit of light around the product.



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2013 Chevrolet Silverado



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2008 Chevrolet Silverado

Direct replacement for the 08 Silverado trailer connector in the factory bumper that was well used. Connector was EZ to replace as it used the factory harness. Plug and play.



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Chevrolet

This little marvel was a piece o' cake to install. Less than 10 minutes from taking it out of the box to installing in the bumper of my Chevy and wiping my hands on my pants. If my nosy and talkative neighbor wouldn't have been staring over my shoulder, it would have been installed in under 5 minutes.


Comments
Working fine.
Mike B - 04/29/2015


Comments
No issues to report, the unit is working fine.
Mike B - 05/05/2015



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2007 Chevrolet Silverado 2500

Old electric plug in on my 2007 Chevy 2500 was worn out. Cord from RV would not stay plugged in. Went on line on E-Trailer, ordered a new part for GM vehicles, when it arrived, it took me about five minutes or lees to remove the plug all I needed was a small regular blade screwdriver. New part woks fine. This is the 2nd or 3rd time I have ordered from E-Trailer. I have always been satisfied. Thank you Ken Hill


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Still working great
Kenneth H - 11/05/2016


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