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Tow Package Wiring Harness with 4 Pole Trailer Connector

Tow Package Wiring Harness with 4 Pole Trailer Connector

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Tekonsha Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring - 118251

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Please Note: This wiring harness will not work on vehicles with backup sensors!
If your vehicle has the tow package and backup sensors, use Modulite wiring harness 118551. Another option is to turn off the backup sensor with the switch in the car, and hardwire a standard 4-pole connector to the tow package plug in the back of the vehicle.


Tow Ready Tow Package Replacement Vehicle Wiring Harness by Draw-Tite, Hidden Hitch and Reese

  • Provides a 4-pole flat trailer connector for the vehicle
  • Quick and Easy
  • No Cutting, Splicing or Taping
  • Just Plug in the Connector and You're Ready to Tow
  • Solid One Piece Construction
  • 16 Gauge Bonded Wire w/ 4-Flat Plug
  • "Factory" Appearance
  • Simple Do-It-Yourself Instructions on Every Package

Can be used with 5-pole, 6-pole or 7-pole adapters.

Installation: The connection point is located underneath the vehicle, behind the rear bumper on the driver's side. Connector will have a protective cap that will need to be removed. The 4-pole trailer connector will be stowed under the vehicle close to the trailer hitch. A mounting bracket is recommended.

Tech Tip: It is always a good idea to apply a small amount of grease to all electrical connections to help prevent corrosion.

Warning:
Overloading circuit can cause fires. Do not exceed lower of towing manufacturer rating or:
  • Max. stop/turn light: (7.5 amps)
  • Max. tail lights: (7.5 amps)
Read vehicle's owners manual and instruction sheet for additional information.

Note: If your vehicle does not have the factory tow prep package, you will need 3 relays (TR38665 - sold separately) to be able to install this wiring harness.



118251 Tow Package Wiring Harness with 4 Pole Trailer Connector

Installation Details 118251 Installation instructions

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Video of Tow Package Wiring Harness with 4 Pole Trailer Connector

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




Video Transcript for Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2009 Ford Escape

Today on our 2009 Ford Escape, we're going to be taking a look at the Draw-Tite two package wiring harness. This is part number 118251. As you can see, a really basic kit here. We're going to have a plug. This is going to go right into the factory plug under the rear of our Escape. That's going to give us the signal we need to power a trailer or maybe a cargo carrier or something along those lines.

Now, we're here at the back driver's side corner of the Escape, and you're going to see our plug right here. If this does not exist on your vehicle, you don't have a tow package. If you do have this, you do. What we're going to do is just press down this tab on the outside. Then we're going to wiggle it to get it separated here.

Going to wiggle and pull at the same time. There you see that connector's going to come out. Might be a little dust in there. It's a good idea to get any of that out. We're going to use a little bit of dielectric grease or a little bit of contact grease here. Just going to put it in there.

If you don't have this a home, it's part number 11755. It just helps to keep moisture, dirt, debris, and things like that out. We'll bring our new wiring harness. It's just as easy as plugging it in. From this point, it's up to you how you want to run your wires.

Of course, we want to get it over by our hitch. On the backside of the bumper here, there's actually going to be two braces. I think those would be a perfect spot to run our wiring in and behind. That gives us some good support and keep it up out of the way. Now, I'm going to use a couple of zip ties. These are a little longer than what come in our kit, and I want to go around this brace. Just to get my wire nice and secure. Now to trim off those tag ends, so they're not hanging out. Depending on our trailer connector, you'll see we've got a good length here. This will allow us to come out and make a connection, but you can also tuck some of this up and away, zip tie it off, and trim it to length, or have it stored to length. However far you need it. In our case, we're just going to around the end, because I really don't know how far the customer needs it or how far their trailer is, or their connector is from the back of the car. Just store it like that for now, and if we need to, we can zip tie a little bit up and out of the way. To test out our wiring, we're going to plug in just a simple 4 pole tester here. This is part number I26. We'll start by turning on our headlights, and our left blinker, our right blinker, and our brakes. With everything working as it should, that's going to complete our installation of the Draw-Tite tow package wiring harness with 4 pole flat trailer connector. Part number 118251, on our 2009 Ford Escape.


Customer Reviews

Tow Package Wiring Harness with 4 Pole Trailer Connector - 118251

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (149 Customer Reviews)


- 118251
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2008 Ford Escape

fit great, plug and go. Nice 528203



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this product did not meet my needs, it was falsely advertised and did not match my vehicle as claimed. I was forced to purchase a second adapter to complete my installation. 658662


Comments
This particular harness will only work on your 2011 Ford Escape if its equipped with the factory tow package. If it doesnt have the tow package, youll need 118551 instead.
-- Mike L - 06/17/2019

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- 118251
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2008 Ford Escape

The product was easy to install; exactly as shown in the video. Until I looked on your site I was not aware that the 2008 Ford Escape was tow-ready. I plugged in the wiring harness, installed the three relays under the hood and I was ready to go. 79075


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I do not use the hitch all that often, but when I do, it is great. The original reason I purchased it was to help move my son from Cincinnati, Ohio to Atlanta, Georgia. We rented a trailer, hooked it up, loaded up his stuff, and finished the move. I have no regrets purchasing these items.
Herb M - 06/06/2014

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- 118251
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2009 Ford Escape

This item, and shipping costs, were well priced, very well packaged and everything worked perfectly. Even more so, the product was had to find locally and was not only available with etrailer, but was so easy to find though the website. This was for a 2009 Ford Escape and other reviews suggestions to look in the fuse box to see if it contained the three relays required to power the trailer harness was a good tip. Mine did not have the relays but it did have the female connectors in the sockets meaning that fuse box was wired for them. The relays (x3) can be purchased from etrailer # TR38665 and work perfectly. 129072



- 118251
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2009 Ford Escape

Clicked right in and worked fine once the additional relays were added to the under-hood fuse box of our Escape. If you didn't order your car with a hitch the required relays may not be installed and power won't flow to this harness. You can get the relays from auto stores, your auto maker, or [on-line]. 548462


Comments
The 3 relays you will need to activate the tow package on the 2009 Ford Escape is part # TR38665
Relay - 4 Terminal 12 Volt
$13.10
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-- Heather A - 08/01/2018

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- 118251
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2008 Ford Escape

Caution!! Check your Fusebox!! Be very careful with this product, unless your fuse box has the recievers for the relays (which you have to buy extra from FORD!!), it will not work!! Even tho my 2008 Ford Escape had the wiring harness in back, I had to buy fuses and relays ($23/ea and you need 3 of them), my fusebox was NOT equiped with the recepticles for the relays OR fuses. I have to now go back and buy a different harness. I just wasted $15 and 2 weeks messing with this one. 2041


Comments
This harness is intended only for Escapes that have the factory tow prep package. Though most Escapes have the port, if they do not have the prep package, the rest of the electrical system may not support the rear port.
-- Patrick B - 11/29/2012

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- 118251
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2009 Ford Escape

After going to every shop in town (including the dealer), e trailer came through with the part I needed and quick shipping, when no one else even knew what I was talking about. Their product video made it easy to install the part, too! I love this solution and the fact that I didn't have to splice into any break lights. Note of caution: The pre-wiring in the 2009 Escape is not powered, so you have to buy 3 relays (Ford part # 5L3Z-14N089-AA or package for all 3: 8L8T-15A416-AB). Make sure the relays have connection in your fuse panel first, though (locations 31C, D, and E). My Ford did not come with the OEM tow package, but the relays and this part worked great! 11116


Comments
OK, here is my experience. I have a 2009 Ford Escape that did not have a factory hitch, but had the factory wiring. I looked in the fuse box under the hood and there were not relays in locations 31C, D, and E. I went to two Ford dealers looking for the OE relays and thank goodness they did not have any. I looked further on e trailers website and saw a Relay-4 Terminal 12v TR38665 listed. I ordered three and just plugged them in. Yes, you do need to check to see if you have the corresponding fuses in place - see owners manual. Very happy got three relays for $21 instead of $90 from Ford and I am able to use the factory wiring with the $15 Draw-Tite kit.
-- comment by: Larrry M - 01/09/2013

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- 118251
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2008 Mercury Mariner

Just finished installing it. Went on without a hitch (ha ha ha!). Very happy with fast delivery, all complete and no problem. 773222



- 118251
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2008 Ford Escape

Great product, simple to install. 771695



- 118251
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The hitch went right up in place and attached just as the video showed. I decided to buy the relays and use the factory harness connector for my lights. In my opinion that is much better than trying to run a power wire all the way to the battery. The whole installation took less than an hour with two people. The second person was there to just help support the weight till the first two bolts were put in and snugged up. 770295



- 118251
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Perfect fit. Installed in minutes. 697437



- 118251
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2008 Ford Escape

Easy to put on my 2008 Ford Escape, no drilling required! Dealer said putting on a trailer hitch would cost $700, electrical wiring and all.. Did it for under 2 with 75751 trailer hitch and this handy dandy electrical kit. 683830



- 118251
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2009 Ford Escape

Great product perfect fit. Highly recom mend 683096



- 118251
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Product was as described, worked perfectly, and included everything needed! Can't ask for any better than that! Happy customer! 682301



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Kia

So simple, wish it was that simple when I put the lights on the Kia. The price was just right. 678161



- 118251
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2008 Ford Escape

Easy to install, 2 people and a hoist took 45 minutes for hitch, light plug 5 minutes. thank you 677678



- 118251
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2008 Ford Escape

Easy to install, light plug installed in 5 minutes. 677676



- 118251
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Works perfectly and shipped very fast plus $70 less than the auto parts store 673241



- 118251
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Shipping was extremely fast . Product was east to install. Only issue was with Hitch Directions were hard to see/read due to being copied version, but I managed. Also appreciate the response and care the company shows. Thank You 670847



- 118251
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Everything came in a timely manner and worked as it should 667842



- 118251
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Plug & play work great received on time would definitely recommend again 662676



- 118251
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Ford Escape

Purchased this product and a few others to get my non-tow package '08 Escape trailer capable. Good prices at etrailer, and the product-specific install vid got me past a perplexing roadblock. Thanks guys!! 660497



- 118251
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2008 Mercury Mariner

Excellent product and delivered in a fast timely manner!! Thanks guys and gals well appreciated 649797



- 118251
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works and looks great 641780



- 118251
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2008 Ford Escape

just 5 minutes to install on prewired Escape xlt. no splicing, just plug in and strap to frame. 603055


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  • Trailer Wiring Harness for a 2012 Ford Escape that Does Not have the Factory Tow Package
    It sounds like your 2012 Ford Escape did not come with the factory tow package. So instead of using harness 118251 you will need to use # 118551. This is the version for models that did not come with the factory tow package. I have linked a video showing an example installation. The video is on a different vehicle but the installation process is the same.
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  • Can the Tekonsha Wiring Harness # 118251 be Installed on a 2008 Ford Escape without Tow Package
    You can most certainly install the Tekonsha Tow Package Wiring Harness with 4 Pole Trailer Connector # 118251. Since you do not have the factory tow package you will simply need to order 3 Tow Ready Relays # TR38665 (this part comes in quantity of 1) and install them to activate the 4-Pole trailer connector. You will want to make sure that the spots where you install the relays (located under the hood - see attached video) have the metal pins. Please note that the Tekonsha # 118251 is not...
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  • Trailer Wiring for 2011 Ford Escape with 8 Pin Trailer Wiring
    That connector is for a 7-way style connector that you'd only be able to get from a Ford dealer. The # 118251 that you have would not connect to it. Instead we can help you with the part # 118551 which installs by plugging inline with the taillight connectors of your vehicle.
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  • No Power to Trailer Wiring Harness After Installation on a 2009 Ford Escape
    Tow Ready trailer wiring harness # 118251 is designed to fit a 2009 Ford Escape that came with the factory tow package. It is possible that if yours did not come with the factory tow package the wiring or something else may not be present or fully functional. In addition to the relays though you can check to see if all of the fuses are good and in place. In the event that you cannot get the harness to work then I recommend installing harness # 118551 which was designed for models that...
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  • Trailer Wiring Harness for 2011 Ford Escape XLT
    I did some online research, even checking the Ford OEM trailer converter part, and was unable to locate a wiring harness or adapter of any kind that would utilize the 10 pin connector you mentioned. Are you certain that connector is for a towing harness? Everything I saw online offered a harness like the # 118251 that would plug into a 4 pin connector behind the bumper on the driver's side or a harness like # 118551 that plugs inline with the harnesses feeding the tail light assemblies.
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  • Installing Trailer Wiring Harness in 2009 Mercury Mariner Without Factory Tow Package Wiring
    The trailer wiring harness you reference, Draw-Tite # 118251, is intended for the Mercury Mariner that is equipped with the factory tow package (but will not fit vehicles with backup sensors built into the rear bumper). For your 2009 Mercury Mariner without factory-installed tow package the correct wiring harness is Tow Ready # 118551. This part uses a powered converter that draws its power directly from the vehicle battery. It plugs into your Mariner tail light wiring and requires no...
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  • Correct 4-Way Trailer Wiring For My 2012 Ford Escape
    Lets start by making sure you are looking at the right connector. The connector is located between the rear bumper and the rear of the drivers side frame member, as you can see in the photo I have provided. The connector has a protective cover, which is actually pinned to the vehicle as shown in the photo. The connector will only be active if your Escape is equipped with the factory tow prep package. If you are unsure if your Escape has the prep package, you can call your Ford dealer,...
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  • Best Way to Check if a 2011 Ford Escape Limited Came with a Factory Towing Package
    The way to check if your 2011 Ford Escape came equipped with the factory tow package is call your local dealership and provide them the VIN number. The relays # TR38665 should work fine in conjunction with the Draw-Tite wiring harness, part # 118251 and would complete the tow package wiring on your Escape. I always recommend using dielectric grease such as # 11755 as it combats corrosion from water damage. I have included a couple installation videos and an FAQ for you too.
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  • Cana 4-Way Trailer Connector be Hardwired into a 2011 Ford Escape
    There isn't a standard for wire color/function, even from one manufacturer between their different models, so you will have to test the tail light wiring on your 2011 Ford Escape using a circuit tester such as # 40376. You can have someone sit in the cab of the vehicle and run through the lighting functions while you test with the circuit tester (a volt meter works too if you have one). Then you can splice in the wires from the 4-Way you have. But I have to warn you that all of the...
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  • Troubleshooting Factory Trailer Wiring Harness on 2012 Ford Escape
    If you're getting no power at the trailer connector and you've checked all of the fuses the you'll want to test the pins where the wiring harness plugs into the Ford Escape's wiring. This will be under the rear bumper on the driver's side. Follow the wiring from the trailer connector. Once you find this connection unplug it and test the vehicle side. Test and inspect the pins and make sure none are bent or corroded. You'll also want to check the pins on the harness. If everything...
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  • Trailer Wiring Harness for 2012 Ford Escape
    The 10 pin connector you mentioned isn't involved with the trailer wiring functions, according to my sources at Tow Ready/Tekonsha. If you do not have the 4 pin connector located behind the bumper fascia on the left side of the vehicle (see video), then you'll need to use the # 118551 wiring harness, which works on vehicles regardless of whether it has the tow package. If you click the provided link, you can see a video showing this harness being installed on a 2012 Ford Escape.
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  • How To Determine If My 2010 Ford Escape Has Towing Package and Extra Relays and Fuses
    Your 2010 Ford Escape will have the extra fuses and relays in the fuse box if it came equipped with a factory tow package. The presence of the connector behind the bumper does not necessarily mean that you have the tow package. The connector might be there, but without the relays in the fuse box, the plug will not be active. If the relays are indeed in place, you can use the # 118251 harness that you referenced. If they are missing, take a look at the sockets where they would insert....
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  • Which Trailer Wiring Harness Will Fit a 2011 Ford Escape Limited
    Since your Escape has the back-up sensors, you will need to use the # 118551 modulite, as the # 118251 you referenced is not compatible with models that have the back-up sensors.
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  • Trailer Wiring Harness Recommendation for a 2009 Ford Escape
    Since you do not have the OE trailer hitch, the connector you found behind the bumper is not active. In some cases, the wiring can be activated by adding 3 of the # TR38665 relays to the fuse box under the hood, but you need to carefully examine the sockets that the relays would insert into. If the sockets do NOT have metal connection points or contacts in them, then the tow wiring circuits are incomplete and adding the relays will not activate the tow package wiring, in which case you...
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  • Trailer Wiring Harness for 2011 Ford Escape With Factory Wiring
    We offer trailer wiring for the 2011 Ford Escape, both for vehicle's with the factory tow package (in this case part # 118251) and for those without, for which several options are offered; please see the link provided. The no-tow-package harnesses specified are available in both hard-wire types and custom-fit plug-and-play types, all of which install at the Escape tail light assemblies. All provide a 4-pole flat trailer connector. The custom harness # 118251 works on vehicles without...
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  • 2012 Ford Explorer XLT Brake Controller Installation Instructions
    Yes, it sounds like you have the Hopkins 7-Way Adapter part # 37185 and are looking for a way to install it in your 2012 Ford Explorer that you recently installed a 4-way into. I attached an instructions link that will detail exactly what you will need to do and use to install the # 37185 in your vehicle and make your Draw-Tite Activator Trailer Brake Controller # 5100 fully functional. I also attached a video that shows a similar installation for you to check out.
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  • How to Install Trailer Connector on a 2010 Ford Escape with Tow Package
    You will not need to remove the brake light. Underneath the Escape, you should see the plug attached to the bumper. Remove the cap, and plug in the harness. This connector will only be active on models equipped with the factory tow prep package. In some cases, it is possible to install the 3 of the # TR38665 relays in the fuse box under the hood to activate the tow package wiring, but before purchasing the relays or the 118251, you should closely examine the socket in the fuse box where...
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  • Where to Find Connector to Install Trailer Wiring for 2012 Ford Escape
    If your 2012 Ford Escape had the factory tow package the correct trailer wiring harness would be the # 118251. The connection point is behind the rear bumper on the driver's side of the vehicle. I attached a picture I took from the install instructions for this kit for you to check out as well.
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  • Factory Trailer Wiring Harness Does Not Work on a 2008 Ford Escape
    If your 2008 came with the factory tow package but not the relays then the dealer should furnish those and maybe just charge labor to install them. But that is up to the dealer. Using a replacement harness # 118251 would not help because you would still need the relays and any fuses to make it active, just like on the factory harness. The other option is to install a wiring harness for models that do not have the factory tow package, # 118551. It plugs in line with the vehicle tail...
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  • Hopkins 4-Way Trailer Side Connector Fits Tow Ready Vehicle Side 4-Way Connector on 2008 Ford Escape
    I went out to the warehouse and pulled trailer wiring harness # 118251 and Hopkins harness # HM48240 to see if they are compatible. They do fit together just fine and will work great together. I also made a video which will appear on this page showing the 2 being used together.
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  • Adding a 4-Way or 7-Way Trailer Wiring Harness to a 2012 Ford Explorer with No Tow Package
    You are correct, harness # 118251 is designed for those vehicles that came with a factory tow package. For a 2012 Ford Escape without a Tow Package, you will need to use Tow Ready Wiring Harness, # 118551. This converter plugs in line with the tail light wiring and requires a direct connection to the vehicle battery via the fuse and fuse holder included with the kit. I have included a link to the installation details for you. If you wanted to add a 7-Way trailer connector to the...
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  • Correct Wiring Harness For 2008 Ford Escape Limited With Backup Sensors
    The item you selected Tow Package Wiring Harness, part # 118251, will not work on vehicles equipped with backup sensors. You would need to use the T-One Vehicle Wiring Harness, part # 118551, which draws power for your trailer lighting directly from your vehicle battery instead of the electrical system. You will need to plug part # 118551 directly into the vehicle wiring behind each tail light and then run the included wire and make a connection to the battery via included in-line fuse....
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  • Testing Tail Light Wiring On a 2012 Ford Escape and Which Wiring Harnesses Will Fit
    You would need to use a circuit tester like # 40376 if needed to determine the wire functions on the tail lights of your 2012 Ford Escape. This would only be if you are hardwiring in a harness. All of the wiring harnesses for the vehicle are T-Connectors that just plug in line with the vehicle wiring, see link. The wiring harness that you have referenced, # 118251, is designed for vehicles that came with the factory tow package. A dealership can run the VIN to tell you how the vehicle...
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  • Activating Trailer Wiring Circuits of 2011 Ford Escape with Relays for Install of 4-Way
    We've had a similar question as this before and the solution was to install three of the relays part # TR38665 in the fuse box of your 2011 Ford Escape to activate the trailer wiring circuits so that the 4-way part # 118251 would be functional. I attached an install video for these relays for you to check on a similar Ford Escape as well.
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  • How to Hardwire a Trailer Connector on a 2008 Mercury Mariner
    If you do not wish to retain the factory backup sensors on your 2008 Mercury Mariner then you can use the 4-Pole Hardwire Kit with Circuit Tester part # 18252 instead of the Tow Package Wiring Harness with 4 Pole Trailer Connector part # 118251. In order to do this you will need to cut off the connector that attaches to the backup sensors and splice the above harness into those connections using the included circuit tester. The backup sensors and tow package wiring are on the same connector....
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  • Is Vehicle Side 4-Way Trailer Connector Male or Female
    The Tekonsha vehicle side trailer wiring harness, part # 118251, is the traditional 4-way that is on a vehicle which is the female connector. The trailer side, like is shown in the attached picture, is the male side. Part # 118251 is a custom harness designed to fit the Ford Escape from 2008 to 2012 and the Mercury Mariner and Mazda Tribute from 2008 to 2011.
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  • 2012 Ford Escape 4-Pole Trailer Wiring Harness
    We offer trailer wiring for the 2012 Ford Escape for both versions with the factory tow package and without. For a 4-pole connector for the vehicle you can use part # 118251 which does plug in under the driver-side frame. If your Ford Escape does not have the factory tow prep package, you will need 3 relays (part # TR38665 - sold separately) to be able to install this wiring harness. The other option is a kit that completely bypasses any factory trailer wiring. Tekonsha 4-pole kit...
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