T-One Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector

T-One Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector

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  • Trailer Hitch Wiring
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  • 4 Flat
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Quickly and easily install a 4-way trailer connector on your Subaru Forester with this custom wiring harness. T-One connector plugs directly into existing wiring - no cutting, splicing or tapping required. Call 800-298-8924 to order Tekonsha custom fit vehicle wiring part number 118467 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Tekonsha products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for T-One Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector. Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring reviews from real customers.


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Tekonsha Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring - 118467

Quickly and easily install a 4-way trailer connector on your Subaru Forester with this custom wiring harness. T-One connector plugs directly into existing wiring - no cutting, splicing or tapping required.


Features:

  • Provides a 4-way flat trailer connector at the back of your vehicle to power your trailer's signal lights
    • Compatible with 5-pole, 6-pole and 7-pole adapters (sold separately)
  • Connects quickly and easily - no cutting, splicing or tapping
    • Locate connection point in rear cargo area
    • Plug in connector
  • Includes ModuLite to ensure that your vehicle's wiring matches that of your trailer
  • Protective connection terminals resist corrosion
  • Comes with dust cap for 4-way flat connector
  • 10-Amp mini fuse included


Specs:

  • Maximum amperage:
    • Stop/turn lights: 2.1 amps per circuit
    • Tail lights: 5.6 amps per circuit
  • 1-Year limited warranty


Installation

This custom-fit T-One connector plugs into your vehicle's wiring harness, which is located in your rear cargo area, either behind the driver's-side trim panel or in the spare tire compartment. You will need to remove some interior paneling to access this harness. Once you've plugged in the connector, insert the provided fuse into the in-line fuse holder.


Once installation is complete, the 4-way flat connector will be stowed in your rear cargo area.


It is recommended that you use a small amount of grease on all electrical connections - the plug on your automobile and the 4-pole connector itself - to help prevent corrosion.


ModuLite Tail Light Converter

A ModuLite power module is built into this T-One connector. Because most trailers run on a two-wire system - wherein the brake and turn signals are carried on one wire - the separate brake and turn signals from your vehicle's three-wire system need to be combined so they are compatible with the wiring system of your trailer. This power module functions as a tail light converter to combine the brake and turn signal functions of your automobile so that they run on one wire to properly activate your trailer's tail lights. Note: This will not affect how the tail lights on your vehicle operate.


T-One Installation on Subaru Forester and Outback Wagon with OEM Backup Sensors


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This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2018 - 2019 Subaru Crosstrek

2018 - 2019 Subaru Crosstrek

2009 - 2019 Subaru Forester

2009 - 2019 Subaru Forester

2013 - 2019 Subaru Outback Wagon

2013 - 2019 Subaru Outback Wagon

2013 - 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek

2013 - 2013 Subaru XV Crosstrek

2010 - 2012 Subaru Outback Wagon excluding Sport

2010 - 2012 Subaru Outback Wagon excluding Sport

2016 - 2017 Subaru Crosstrek non-Hybrid models

2016 - 2017 Subaru Crosstrek non-Hybrid models

2014 - 2015 Subaru XV Crosstrek non-Hybrid models

2014 - 2015 Subaru XV Crosstrek non-Hybrid models



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Video of T-One Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector


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




Video Transcript for Tekonsha Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring - Trailer Hitch Wiring - 118467 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the T1 vehicle wiring harness with the four pole flat trailer connector. This product fits certain years and models of the Subaru Forester, Cross Trek and XV Cross Trek as well as the Subaru Outback wagon. To ensure that this is a fit for your vehicle you can use the vehicle fit guide located at etrailer.com. This unit provides a four way flat trailer connector at the back of your vehicle to power your trailer's signal lights. It is compatible with five pole, six pole, and seven pole adapters. Adapters are sold separately and it's going to come with a dust cap, that way you can cover up your connection points whenever your plug's not being used.

That wiring runs to this black box right here. This is the included Modu-Lite. This is going to ensure that your vehicle's wiring matches that of your trailer. The unit's going to feature protective connection terminals to resist corrosion, that way they last a long time and they're effective for a long time. The unit's designed to connect quickly and easily, you don't have to worry about cutting or splicing any wires, just locate the connection point in the rear cargo area and plug in the connector. Now this is custom fit for your vehicle, so it's going to plug in to the port on the vehicle, it's going to match up perfectly, it's going to snap lock together for a nice, tight, secure fit.

It also comes with a 10 amp mini fuse, it's in this fuse holder right here. Once you have that plugged in, you'll need to mount the Modu-Lite in a safe, out of the way location. The kit does come with a couple cable ties as well. Then once you're installation's complete, the connector's going to be stored in your rear cargo area. Plenty of wiring there that way you can extend it out the back of the vehicle when you're ready to use it and then you can bundle it back up, stow it away in the cargo area when it's not in use and it's going to keep it safe from the elements. It is recommended that you use a small amount of dielectric grease on all your electrical connections like the plug on the vehicle and the four pole connector itself.

That grease is designed to help prevent corrosion to those connection points. The grease is sold separately and available here at etrailer.com. When it comes to the maximum amperage for the stop and turn lights, we're looking at 2.1 amps per circuit and for the tail lights we're looking at 5.6 amps per circuit. The unit also comes with very detailed installation instructions to help walk you through that entire process step by step. That's going to do it for today's look at the T1 vehicle wiring harness with the four pole flat trailer connector.


Customer Reviews

T-One Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector - 118467

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (939 Customer Reviews)

Quickly and easily install a 4-way trailer connector on your Subaru Forester with this custom wiring harness. T-One connector plugs directly into existing wiring - no cutting, splicing or tapping required.

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2012 Subaru Forester

This harness fit my Subaru Forester 2012 perfectly. Installed just like in the video on the website illustrated. Still works fine after a year. Since it spends most of its time inside the vehicle away from the elements I've had no issues with its function - it delivers every time. The wiring on my trailer is of course another matter haha! 574788



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2017 Subaru Forester

I've had this wiring kit for about a year. The installation was very easy. One thing to note, instead of running the wire out the rear hatch of my 2017 Subaru Forester I ran it through the rubber plug that is in the bottom of the spare tire well. I simply cut a slit in the plug and slid it around the wire. I then put the plug in place and sealed it with some silicone caulk. The 4 pin connector is corrosion free thanks to the rubber cover that is molded into the plug. 563632



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2018 Subaru Outback Wagon

Wasted an hour following the video installations for the 2017 and 2018 Subaru Outback models as I could not locate the cars wiring plug and it was extremely difficult and painful reaching under the panel and I have relatively small hands. Finally read some other reviews and unbolted the tie down hook which easily exposed the wiring plug. The tie down hooks bolt is exposed by popping the plastic cover in the middle of the hook with a screwdriver and removing the 10mm bolt. I think the video should be edited to show this alternate procedure. Otherwise tested and works correctly. Except for the installation frustration I am satisfied. 544041



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The harness was very easy to plug in. I had to use a self-tapping screw to mount the module as the "double sided" tape that was supposed to be included was not in the box. That said, it could not have been simpler! 637132



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It was easy to install and does just what I wanted. 575216



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2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek

The product is good, but the directions are terrible. I had a very difficult time finding the wiring plug on the Subaru Crosstrek with the direction included. I had to go to Subaru and look at their wiring instructions. Even theirs took a while to figure it out. 127488


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The harness is still working well. I have it so the plug is inside the vehicle when not in use, so the salt does not destroy it during the winter.

Rich A - 04/26/2015

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2018 Subaru Outback Wagon

WOW! George, has it been a year? That hitch is still sitting in my workshop waiting for me to install it! LOL! However, it is very near the top of my to-do list and i suspect I'll be putting it on in the next month or so. Procrastination is my specialty! Cheers... 574876



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2016 Subaru Forester

Trailer plug works great , the directions not so great . Opened the rear hatch removed carpet and center storage unit removed the driver side panel as instructed trying to find the harness. It’s not in the location it’s supposed to be. It’s on the driver side rear . Remove one #2 Philips and pull side panel and it’s right there near the tail light. Unplug the cap and install the plug . Run wire down and out the bottom. Easy if you know where it is! 558893



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2017 Subaru Outback Wagon

I am very happy with the trailer wiring harness which plugged in and has worked flawlessly since I was finally able to get it connected. Because my car was new I was very cautious about the install. The directions were good and clear. The only problem I had was in "finding" the wiring from the driver's side of the rear compartment. I removed all of the loose styrofoam and other parts that were in the way. This went easily and according to the directions. Retrieving the wire from under the carpet/sound-proofing above the wheel well was the only difficult part. Because the car was new and I didn't want to damage the fabric glued to the body, I reviewed the Video and even went to my dealership to be sure I had not over-looked a step. With my big hands, I was finally able to reach and pull out the wire and plug in the harness without any damage to the sound barrier or wires. The rest was easy. Since I only use a trailer periodically, I chose to leave the trailer connector in the Tire well and not mount it permanently on the outside with the hitch. Looks and works great and I am happy to let friends know I did it myself and save probably over $100. 433695


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Still very happy with it and the installation. The Wire gets compressed when I close the back door, so I am considering getting a permanent mount and running it out through the trunk liner. But Im just enjoying having all my lights work and not having to be home by dark.

Ken R - 09/19/2018

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2017 Subaru Outback Wagon

Product arrived on time. Installation went well once I removed the metric 10 holding the tie down. ( cover pops off to expose bolt) Some good hand scratches without gloves trying to find the connector without removing the tie down. Otherwise the video instructions were great. Took it to local trailer rental place and they checked lighting connections. All good. 547234



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2015 Subaru Outback Wagon

E-trailer is very easy to work with. The website is user friendly and very easy to navigate. I easily found the products I wanted and placed my order. My order arrived in 4 days and consisted of the Draw-rite max-frame class lll trailer hitch receiver custom fit for my 2015 Subaru Outback All items were in good condition upon arrival. I followed the installation instructions as written and had the hitch completed in 1 hr and another 20 minutes for the wiring harness. I would recommend E-trailer and their products to any diy. Excellent experience. Thanks 545050



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I bought the hitch, wiring harness, and window deflectors. I think the deflectors took me all of 15 minutes to install and the hitch about 45 minutes and a half hour for wire harness. The harness isn't hard to hook up it's just finding it in your car. All and all very easy installation and really like it because I had given up my pick up and this is a great alternative to having a pick up not to mention double the fuel mileage. Went back to the dealer to get a hitch and they wanted $750. . with wiring and did it myself so thank you everyone at Etrailer for helping. When I place the order I could not have ask for a nicer person to help me out and the follow up to make sure I got everything and was satisfied. My only problem now is my buddy wants me to order another one and do his car with it so that will be coming up in a week or so. Thanks again. 545901



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I kept going back to the instructional video because I thought "this can't be this easy"- but it was. 555320



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2019 Subaru Outback Wagon

The hardest part of the trailer light install is getting to the factory connector. Watch the etrailer video and remove the 10 mm bolt on the forward rear tie down as another customer advised. The instructions in the light wiring harness are too vague, but the etrailer video makes up for this. Once I got to the factory connector, finishing takes about 2 minutes. 574560



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2015 Subaru Outback Wagon

Etrailer is great to work with. They have so many useful products, their prices are reasonable and their website is very easy to use. Plus they have informative videos that make it easy to install their products. 573813



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2018 Subaru Outback Wagon

Apparently the wiring behind the trim panel is a bit different in the 2018 Outback. There was no harness to untape and pull down below the trim panel to connect the trailer harness to. The connector was solidly affixed to something behind the trim panel. What I had to do was fold the left side rear side down, unclip and fold up the floor panel, and remove the tie down bracket in the side wall just behind the rear seat. The Subaru connector was easily pushed out through that opening. Then I back fed the trailer harness connector under the side trim panel and out the same hole. Plugged the two together, pushed them back in, and the rest of the instructions were fine. 456828



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Ford Edge

I was not at all pleased with the single sheet of installation instructions. They are not complete and the photos are not correctly labeled. I watched the etrailer installation video and it was not helpful. The connector was not easily reached in the side panel behind the left seat. The instructions are incomplete as to where the connector is actually located and how one reaches it without taking out the side panel. The video makes it look too easy. The baggage loop prevents one from reaching forward and up behind the side panel. The clearance below the side panel was too small to get my arm under its edge. I found the seat back release cable but not the electrical connection cable. 457354


Comments

Richard,Thank you for your review. I checked your account and see that you have a 2017 Subaru Outback wagon. I reviewed the installation video for your vehicle and you are looking in the correct spot. However, access to this area is limited. You will have to reach under the panel and feel around to pull the plug out. I have attached an installation video link. The installer shows the location of the plug around the 3 minute mark.

-- Heather A - 12/08/2017

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Very easy to install. The video helped a lot in showing how to remove and reinstall the panels in my Subi. I put it into one of the punch outs under the spare tire so I could avoid closing the trunk on it. Duct tape (of course} keeps the wires in place. Just a couple of zip ties hold it to the hitch. And best of all, it works great! 568698



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Subaru Outback Wagon

The only thing difficult about installing this is finding the Subaru plug on the vehicle. On my car (2017 Outback) it was of great help to remove the front most tie down ring on the driver's side. Unsnap the plastic center vertical bar on the mount using something like a screwdriver. That will expose a 10mm bolt. Remove the bolt and the assemble will pull out. You will then be able to see the plug (look for blue tape) and you will be able to get your hand behind the panel. 375146



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2009 Subaru Forester

It took me longer to remove all the foam trays and liners from my car than it did to remove the old wiring harness and install this new harness. It works fine. In my opinion, the Subaru 2009 Forester (and others I guess) has a bad system where the wires for trailer lights have to lay through the rear hatch and are pinched in the door seal. Evidently, over time, that lead to the failure of the right turn signal wire on the previous wiring harness. The installer of the previous harness had put a wire protector (split black corrugated plastic sleeve) over the wires which I think contributed to the failure. I'm going to keep the wires for the new harness "bare" and make sure they lay flat where they go through the door seal. Hopefully that will reduce the pinching of the wires. All in all a great design; nothing to do but plug it in and go. And etrailer's service was superb; I called to make sure I was ordering the correct wiring harness, got the shipping arranged to my mom's house in Ohio where I was visiting (from PA), and etrailer kept me posted on the shipping progress. No problems and I would definitely recommend etrailer. THANKS! 206824


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I originally had some trouble with the new LED tailturn/stop lights working properly, and etrailer technicians asked me to check all the trailer ground wires and connections. I did that and the lights worked for awhile, but then stopped working correctly. It seemed to be an intermittent problem which are the hardest to figure out! I had the main ground wire for the trailer clamped to the trailer frame under a screw and washer, and I still wasnt sure that the ground connections were good. So I ended up drilling and tapping a hole for a 10 screw that now clamps the ground wire to the trailer frame, and makes sure there is a direction connection from the ground wire to the metal frame of the trailer. The tail/turn/stop lights now seem to work fine knock wood!. All in all etrailer supplies good products and provides great service. I definitely recommend them and will use them for my future trailer wiring and lighting needs.

Gregory K - 06/24/2016

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2009 Subaru Forester

I want to first complement e trailer on the excellent videos on YouTube. I was able to install a Curt trailer hitch without a "hitch." Thank you! I was also delighted to find a wiring harness custom fit to my car, a Subaru Forester. It is now installed thanks to another YouTube video. Your services are wonderful as is your website. Thank you again for a wonderful (easy) experience. 114686


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Product works great! I use it to haul a trailer and bicycles. I may even have an in-law coming your way to pick one up!

David N - 01/27/2015

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2013 Subaru Outback Wagon

I installed this harness in my 2013 Outback. The plug in the Outback was difficult to find and pull out even with the fine instructions from etrailer.com, I blame Subaru for that. The only issue that I have with this harness is that once plugged in the fuse and controller module are very difficult to situate in such a way as to enable the replacement of the Subaru's interior panels. Both the fuse and controller could be placed closer to the middle of the harness enabling them to be stored in the spare tire well. I ended up shoving them under the side wheel panel with difficulty and running the rest of the wires around the left trunk perimeter and into the spare tire well. From there it was easy to remove the rear most rubber drain plug in the well and cut a slit in it for the harness (see picture) to run through before placing the plug back in its place. Longer zip ties would have been helpful for securing the harness to the hitch. 95565



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2017 Subaru Outback Wagon

2017 Outback- 2" Hitch and Wiring Harness - I was too cheap to pay for the quicker delivery. No problem! The box arrived within the week (and that was with snow and zero degree temps throughout the nation!). Great start! I bought a step drill. Best $17.00 purchase ever. I just followed the directions from the box. That, and after watching the installation videos several times, gave me a good idea of what to expect. Exhaust came off perfectly. I had a can of silicone lube, which worked great for removing AND installing the rubbers in the exhaust hangers. Drilling the two holes - Drilling the access holes worked great with the step drill. Just drill until the fittings will go through. Wear some type of eye protection, and watch for the hot metal falling down into your shirt sleeves as you are drilling (Ask me how I know...). Thread the fishing wire in with the plate and bolt, and it does go right through the frame and into the smaller hole with no problem. I didn't think it could be that easy...but it was! Everything aligned perfectly. Don't remove the fishing line from the bolts. You'll do that AFTER the hitch is up and in place (so that the bolts are not pushed back up into the frame. They would be a bear to get back out!). At that point, I was ready to push the hitch up, and remove the fishing wires as I put on each nut. I figured that I could work out a way to do it by myself. After 30 minutes, I gave in and called my wife out to give me a hand. (I should have done that a half hour earlier...). I held up the hitch, she removed each wire from the bolts in the rear and threaded on the nuts. 2 minutes later, ALL the nuts were on. Maybe you can figure out a way to do it easy by yourself, but just a couple of minutes of help will save a lot of time! Tighten up the nuts... Heat shield back on (simple to trim it)...Spray a little more lube on the rubber hangers (never can use TOO much lube)...And look at what you just completed! 1:45 to complete the hitch install...including 30 minutes of "investigative time" until my wife saved the day. Installing the wiring harness - Yes, this can be 5 minutes...or an hour...depending on how quickly you can locate the wiring harness inside the panel. Removing all of the panels to get down to the spare tire was quick. Maybe a 6 year old could get their hand inside that drivers side panel, but that wire harness was very allusive. I finally cut a small (1/2") slit in the fabric panel right at the lower corner of the tie down hook. That way, I was able to lift the panel out away from the hook, and was able to see the famous "Blue Tape" and the white harness, right next to the left side of the tie down. I grabbed the harness, released it from that blue tape, yanked it down where I could plug in the new harness...and was very happy! Now that I know exactly where the harness is mounted, I could get to it a little easier. First time is always the hardest! I ran the wire through the bottom of the spare tire well. Just a small slit in the rubber grommet keeps a good seal, and then zip tie to the hitch (or a permanent mount), and it's ready to go! Thanks to etrailer.com for the great products, installation videos, and service! 335728



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2018 Subaru Outback Wagon

The Tekonsha wiring harness arrived without delay and was exactly as expected. Installation on my 2018 Subaru Outback went smoothly thanks to the excellent instructions and video that e-Trailer.com provides. The feedback and reviews of other customer are also very helpful. I reviewed the instruction video several times and read some of the reviews. I had absolutely no issue to install it in a few minutes. It is a little tricky getting my big fingers behind the panel to pull the connector down that is taped up with blue tape. Once you have that down, the rest is a piece of cake. I would also like to comment that I also installed the DrawTite 2" Receiver hitch. This installation went quite well, although I must say that the e-Trailer video, and instructions supplied with the hitch are not as good as the explanations of some of the reviewers. For example, it is much easier to pass the bolts and spacers from the top (inside the truck area) by enlarging the existing holes in the cargo area floor, rather than drilling a new hole in the bottom of the frame as per the instructions. I also discovered that it is possible to do this by only enlarging the two forward holes in the cargo floor, rather than all four. It is very easy to fish the rear bolts from the front hole if you pass the fish wire in from the bottom rear hole in the frame. Another trick from other reviewers that was very helpful is to mark the heat shield with a Sharpie from inside before you remove it and then drill it rather than trim it with metal shears. It gives a much nicer looking job. Finally, I discovered a trick that really helps to align the hitch when bolting it up. Take four of the M6 bolts that were removed from the heat shields and put them into their holes through the hitch. Once this is done, the hitch is perfectly aligned and you can tighten and torque the four large nuts holding the hitch in place. If you do this, your heat shield will bolt up easily without any issue of the bolts not aligning with the holes. Actually, there was one issue that is not mentioned in any of the reviews that I read, and it would be really nice if DrawTite could fix. This is that fact that the 2 forward original M6 bolts for the heat shields next to the frame that must pass through the hitch flange are too short with the spacer washer placed as per the instructions. The installation kit should include replacement bolts that are about 1/2 inch longer so that they can pass through the hitch flange and the spacer. Unfortunately, the original bolts are too short and stripped when trying to install because they were only holding with a few treads. Now I have to go an buy some longer bolts and repeat the process of lowering the mufflers and exhaust pipe to install them. It would have been nice to know before as I could have easily purchased them in advance. I am very satisfied with e-Trailer.com and their excellent website and service. It certainly is my first stop when looking for anything related to trailers. 516819



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2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek

It took me a little bit to find the connector on my Crosstrek, but once I did, it was a breeze to connect the lighting kit and I was ready to go. 138665


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I am extremely satisfied with the products I purchased. I use theTow Hitch almost daily for my bicycle rack and a trailer I have to tow. The installation was a quick and easy. I have recommended your website to about 20-25 people over the past year. Hopefully you received some business from my recommendations. Thanks for following up. Not all companies take the time.

Jim F - 07/01/2015

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2018 Subaru Outback Wagon

Wiring harness is well constructed. Connectors all fit well, and the wiring is securely attached to both the connectors and the converter box. etrailer's instructional video is spot on. The vehicle connector was exactly where the video showed it to be, and it was actually easier than I expected to get access to the connector. I hooked everything up and used a 4-pole tester to confirm everything was working properly. Total time was maybe 15 minutes or so. 557664



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2010 Subaru Outback Wagon

Very well built. Kind of a pain to get at Subaru connector. Subaru could make this more accessible. 86789


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Worked well.Outback wiring is a lot harder to get at than forester wiring. Cant imagine why Subaru does that?

penoby - 06/30/2014

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Subaru Forester

The hitch was delivered in five days. The shipment was well packaged and included everything ordered (receiver, hitch, ball, electrics) and necessary to install the hitch on the Forester. Everything fit, including the electric adapter. Receiver is heavy and has glossy protective powdercoating. Installation was straightforward, just like on the instructions. You may find that you only need to loosen the mufflers from the rear rubber mounts, they swing away and provide enough clearance to drill the access hole in the front and install the receiver. I found only one 3/8" hole next to the front frame hole provided sufficient clearance for the backup bars and the carriage bolts. Didn't need a second hole as stated in the instructions. Hardest part is removing the four muffler bolts and clearing the rust along the muffler flanges. Impact wrench made the essential difference. Very happy with the purchase. 511973



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2016 Subaru Forester

I ordered an 87654 Class III, 2" hitch for my new 2016 Subaru Forester along with the electrical harness. They both arrived quickly and in good shape. I'd already watched each installation video a couple of times so I installed both between sandwich bites yesterday. Couldn't be much easier. Brought home a full trailer load of lime today and everything worked fine. Contrary to the video (it's only inaccuracy) there is no need to adjust the access hole size - the pieces all fit just right when you pull the rectangular washer and the bolt in without putting the bolt through the washer first. As a structural engineer for 30 years, it's a good, solid hitch (which I suspect is quite a bit stronger than the Subaru frame). The electrical harness 118467, is just as well conceived - the car and harness parts of the connection snap together decisively and effortlessly and each of the lights work as they should. It's also $211 cheaper than having a local store do it and you work with a much better crew. Nice job etrailer, 5 stars. 246225


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A year later, everything is still perfect. Ive used this trailer hitch many times and there really seems to be nothing that could be improved - its sturdy, rust free and maintenance free. Excellent product!

Art N - 04/17/2017

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Your video on how to install hitch and wiring was so simple to follow and easy to understand that I did not even need the instruction sheets. This video convinced me to do it myself and save money allot of money! The only problem while installing hitch I had was in enlarging the holes in my car. This was because of the material this section was made of , aluminum. or something of the kind, very soft. A die grinder would have made short work of this task. This part took the most time, about 30 min. the rest of the job was complete in another 15 min. I am speaking about the hitch, wiring took another 30 min., you will see why when you view my pictures. The wiring harness connectors fit into my cars harness like it was manufactured a the plant which built my car. The car dealer where I bought the car tried to sell me on them installing hitch and wiring because they claimed your products would need a lot of retrofitting. This was not the case at all. Everything you supplied fit perfect without any necessary modifications, however I did make a modification to the wiring harness to fit my own needs. I did not like the idea of sticking it out the trunk, so I went to local parts store and picked up a special bracket and connector to install onto the trailer hitch, thus having connector outside car as it should be. If I did not make this mod it would have only taken 10 min. to install. You can see this connector mod in the picture I am sending you. I have recommended this site to many other people in my fishing club and at work. My brother-in law has just ordered one for his car, seeing how easy my in-stallion was. With your help and a desire to save allot of money anyone can install a hitch, even if you never did one before. The two wire feeders for the bolts worked great, I never saw this technique before. Without them the job would have been tough to say the least. As you mentioned, it is wise to have another person help when it comes time to lift the hitch into position. My brother in -law helped me, now he is buying a hitch and I shall help him lift it into position. Maybe if I was not 63 I could have done the job myself. 14565



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2017 Subaru Outback Wagon

I just installed the wiring harness in my 2017 Outback. I watched the video prior to making the installation. Everything went fine until I tried to put my hand under the cover to pull out the plug to attach the harness. I could not get my hand under the cover and on my first attempt I peeled a lot of skin off of my wrist. To solve the problem I removed a hook attachment which is located about 4-6 inches behind the back seat. The hook attachment has a small bolt that is easy to remove. By removing this bolt it gave more flexibility to the cover and I was able to pull the connecting plug out. I attached the harness to the plug and before I did anything else I tested the connection to make sure it worked properly. It did. So except for my one problem installing the harness is easy. I would recommend that etrailer add this step to get to the wiring plug. It cost me some minor medical attention. 384258



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2012 Subaru Outback Wagon

No need to remove the side panels with this unit. Just reach under and pull the factory plug down and install - works great. No need to drill any ground screws either. This seems real well built and has a nice heavy duty feel to it. 5 minute install if you are doing it at the same time as installing the hitch and you drill the hitch holes from the top. All of the trunk parts to do the hitch install are already removed and it is easy to "reach" the factory plug. 92197


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They are great. I am so happy I did not go with the factory hitch as it is a shin banger, not to mention a LOT more money. All the helpful hints were great, the install was fun ya, I am a little weird, the whole experience was very positive so I have told others.

Steve G - 02/02/2015

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2014 Subaru Forester

2014 Forester factory trailer plug location - FYI The plug is located in the upper aft corner of the drivers side cargo panel. You must remove the tail gate panel, remove the cargo hold down and one screw from the upper bag holder. Then pop the aft edge of the trim panel out. The plug is not accessible from below the panel. 141183



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2010 Subaru Forester

Installing this wire harness on the Subaru Forester was very easy and with plenty of wire to the trailer connection, I would think that this will serve my needs very well. 83304


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Everything works OK

JoelP - 06/27/2014

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2012 Subaru Outback-Wagon

The wiring harness fit perfectly, but instead of keeping the trailer plug-in stored away in the cargo tray, I purchased and installed a REESE 78096 Universal 4-Flat Mounting Bracket. There is a 2" rubber plug beneath the spare tire that is ideally suited to route the wiring harness to the receiver location under the car. I sealed the opening in the 2" plug with Rust-Oleum FlexSeal flexible rubber coating. 92770


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The wiring harness is still working perfectly. The install that I did has remained water-tight. Overall I am very pleased with the product and how it worked out on my Subaru Outback.

Mike D - 02/11/2015

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This is the 2nd time I've bought a wiring kit from etrailer that was "Plug & Play". The stock Subaru trailer connector was right where they showed to be in the video & was easy to get to. I don't care for the idea of running it over the tailgate & body seal so I chose to run it through a conveniently placed rubbed plug in the spare tire well. The tire is held up off the harness by the hard insulation in the tire well bottom. A little silicone sealant around the harness where I snipped the plug to keep the water out & we're done! 179584


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It looks like you didnt put the converter box under the wheel well cover like the installation instructions suggest. Did you cut out some foam from the compartment tray to fit around it on the floor? Thanks, I like the idea of going the through the plug in the floor and putting the wire directly outside.

-- comment by: Dennis - 04/08/2015

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Hi Dennis,Yes, I simply cut out a little bit of the foam panel. I wanted to keep the convertor box easily accessible. On the off chance it were to fail in the future it would keep it easy to test

-- comment by: Chris B - 05/07/2015

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Subaru

I tested the harness using a test light, and it worked as it should. I was a bit more creative in the installation. Rather than storing the harness wires in the trunk, I routed them through the spare tire well. It was necessary to cut a small notch on the rubber well plug to thread the wire through, and place plumbers putty to keep the notch water tight. This way they are easily accessible and wound around the trailer hitch. Of course I do not intend to pull a heavy trailer, often, or even a light trailer far. Trust me the Subaru frame was not designed to handle a heavy trailer. My hitch says no tongue weight greater than 350 pounds. I would not hedge on that! 120905


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The product is working fine, all lamps blink when supposed to, stop lights work as expected, etc. Thanks for the good product!

J.C. E - 03/16/2015

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2011 Subaru Outback Wagon

Very easy install for our 2011 Outback wagon. However did not need to totally remove interior side panel as in video. Only removed cargo tie down screws & was able to locate plug and mount the module by gently pulling back panel where needed. I have had issues with other vehicles in the past with the plastic retainer clips breaking and panels not going back on, so I only wanted to remove what was needed. Ran the wire thru the soft plug in the bottom of the spare compartment & out to the hitch. Made a 1" slice in the soft plug & lubricated the rubber with warm soapy water before inserting wire thru it & protected the wires in the spare area with some split flexible conduit & siliconed slice in plug to prevent water entry. If you get the Hoppy Mag-Flat magnetic mount wire retainer, item # 38095, you can tuck everything up on the body / frame and move the wires to where you want them as needed. This makes a real clean finish. I also purchased the Draw Tight hitch # 36493, 1 1/4" receiver, another great product ! I did the wire harness first and noticed the tape covered holes over the frame rail under the foam in hatch. Instead of drilling another hole from the bottom for the hardware installation as instructed, I enlarged one of the existing holes thru the top area to insert bracket & bolt thru to the bottom of frame rail. Covered hole back up with with tape. Thought this would minimize potential warranty rust & strength issues in the frame rail in the future by not drilling a new hole where instructed in exterior location. Whole project was about 2 hours at a very lazy pace. We will mainly use the hitch for our bike rack as the Subie doesn't have a very high tow rating, but will tow a pop-up tent trailer for short distance from time to time. Awesome value over dealer option hitch & shipped free. Chuck 20613



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2017 Subaru Outback Wagon

Thoroughly pleased with product and installation. My experience: - ordered one day, shipped the next.. and arrived two days later. Box was damaged as many have seen, but nothing touched inside. Decided to remove muffler entirely, didn't touch exhaust pipe upstream, seemed much easier. Also as many, cut from the top inside trunk, rather than have extra holes exposed below. I was able to lift the hitch by myself - just propped it up on blocks and boards until bolts lined up .. The fishing wire threaders are greatest invention ever! Especially since once I had the hitch loosely bolted in place - I realized I hadn't paid close attention that the metal brackets are different for front hole (3in) and back (2in) .. was actually able to put the threaders back on the two mistaken bolts, shove them back up, swap and reinstall! .. impossible without them - but pay attention to this difference so you don't make same mistake! Mine is on '17 Subaru Outback, and for a car with great ground clearance, especially appreciate how little room this hitch takes up. By the way - said high ground clearance also makes it a breeze to work under the car - no ramps and no jacks! All in all - even with undoing and redoing - maybe a 2hr job (taking my time). That includes installing the wiring harness - which was more painful and frustrating than any of the hitch install (finding that elusive harness and connector in the Subaru interior panels is no picnic). Grateful for the great etrailer videos and instructions, and equally grateful for them posting these reviews with all the additional tips and suggestions from the public. 356030



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I received the trailer wiring harness for my 2010 Subaru Forester yesterday and installed it today using the excellent installation video and printed instructions. I ran in to a problem when I found that the connector that the trailer harness was to connect to was in use for my backup warning system. I contacted etrailer customer support. The initial contact could not find a similar situation and took my phone number so that a tech person could call me shortly. I was called within 10 minutes and was asked to send a couple of pictures to make sure that I had the correct connector. Within 10 minutes Sarah called me after researching the issue by obtaining the Subaru installation procedure for the backup warning system. She found that the backup warning system does plug in to the connector that I needed, however, the backup warning system wiring harness includes a connector to plug in a trailer connector. Using Sarah's instructions I followed the wiring harness to behind the plastic body side panel and found the "extra" connector. I pulled it out and connected the trailer harness. I finished up by tucking the trailer harness in the spare tire well, put the styrofoam organization trays back, and then placed the floor in place and called it a day. Wonderful and responsive support. I would definitely do business with etrailer again. 17140



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Excellent. Took about 5min to fit. 2018 Subaru Crosstrek. 642729



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Well made, easy to install 642406



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Worked perfectly. plugged right in 642361



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Very easy to install 641777



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Product exactly as described, and delivered quickly. Another great purchase from e-tailer! 641169



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*my 2nd one for my 2nd car. Good strong item. Not too dfficult to install. Good to have an extra hand to help position item. 640730



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Super easy to install and I have minimal skills when it comes to messing with cars and wiring. In fact, there’s so little to do that it almost seems criminal how much places charge to install this stuff. I have a 2017 Subaru Crosstrek and it would have taken maybe 5 minutes to install it the way the video says to...remove a panel, plug it in, replace panel. The directions intend for you to keep it coiled up in the spare tire compartment when not in use. When in use, you’re supposed to pull it from the trunk so it dangles out from the trunk hatch crimped between the weather strips. I didn’t like that so I did a little extra so it took me more like 45 minutes. I found a hole that had a rubber plug in it in the spare tire well, ran the wire through some wire loom, ran the loom through the hole, sealed the hole with silicon sealant, then mounted the 4-flat to the hitch with another part I bought from here. Looks professionally done! It’s easy to find YouTube videos on how to do this stuff in addition to the ones provided by etrailer.com 640220



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Perfect for my 2019 Crosstrek. Simple installation and worked perfectly right out of the box 639807



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It was super easy to connect it to my '18 Crosstrek. 15 minutes after taking the harness out of the box, my trailer was fully connected and all lights worked as they should. I keep my harness in the spare tire storage box and only run the ribbon cable under the hatch door when needed, this way the connector does not get wet/oxidized. Ribbon cable that gets pinched by the hatch seal shows no wear whatsoever from numerous hatch closings. Great time saver vs splicing all the wires myself. 638860


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