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Pollak Replacement 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket - Vehicle End

Pollak Replacement 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket - Vehicle End

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This 7-pole, sealed, RV-style trailer connector plugs into the factory socket on your truck or SUV. Connector is an exact OE replacement on Chevy, Ford, GMC and Nissan. Lowest Prices for the best trailer wiring from Pollak. Pollak Replacement 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket - Vehicle End part number PK11893 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Pollak Trailer Wiring - PK11893

  • Trailer Connectors
  • Vehicle End Connector
  • 7 Round - Blade
  • Plug Only
  • Pollak

This 7-pole, sealed, RV-style trailer connector plugs into the factory socket on your truck or SUV. Connector is an exact OE replacement on Chevy, Ford, GMC and Nissan.


  • Replacement 7-pole, sealed socket, RV-style trailer connector
  • High-impact nylon construction
    • Resists corrosion
  • Spring-loaded lid with stainless steel spring and runner gasket
    • Prevents leaks when closed
    • Drain slot has angled design for drainage
    • Secures trailer-end connector in socket
  • Copper-plated terminal pins
    • High conductivity and low resistance
    • Sealed with silicone at the back of the socket
      • Prevents moisture from contacting mating connector
  • Mounting bracket and hardware available to secure connector (sold separately)


  • Application: Ford, Chevy, GMC and Nissan OEM sockets
  • Current rating: 30 amps
  • Volt rating: 12 volts
  • 1-Year limited warranty

back up 7-way connector

Back side of the replacement 7-way connector.

location of OEM connector

Pictured is the OEM connector of a Chevy truck. The connector is located above the spare tire and plugs into the replacement 7-way connector (PK11893).

plug installed on vehicle

Replacement 7-way plug installed on vehicle OEM connector.

11-893 Pollak Replacement 7-Way, RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket - Vehicle End
Replaces 11775

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Pollak Replacement 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket - Vehicle End - PK11893

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (448 Customer Reviews)

This 7-pole, sealed, RV-style trailer connector plugs into the factory socket on your truck or SUV. Connector is an exact OE replacement on Chevy, Ford, GMC and Nissan.


This is it!! If you have a Porsche Cayenne with a tow package (mine's a 2017) and you're wondering why the wiring "connector" that came from the factory is just a plate with nothing to plug in to... This is the thing you need! It fits the holes in the mounting bracket perfectly and plugs right into the harness coming out of the car (after you carefully release the little clip holding the clip connecting the plate to the harness (no, that's not a typo). I also purchased a matching 7 to 4-pin adapter, so I can easily connect to either. And etrailer had it all... and made it easy. Quick shipping, just as promised. Love e-Trailer! :)

2006 Ford F-350 Super Duty

Was exact replacement for broken Ford on my Dads 2006 F-350 Super Duty truck. Lock catch on door had broke off, this allowed replacement without cutting any wires as it took the stock back side connector.


Great, this was for my dads 2006 F-350, original broke, and he bought a universal that was going to require cutting and splicing wires. I said, no, we can get the exact replacement and use this connector to hook up the back side. It fit perfectly. Identical except doesnt have the Ford logo on it. Not that that matters.
Mark - 04/27/2022


Often I use my utility tractor to move my gooseneck trailer around on the property. Using the new electric brake controller, I can park the trailer by locking the brakes entirely or to apply just enough braking to prevent the loaded trailer from pushing the tractor.

5 stars
David - 01/25/2022
It’s been a year since I installed the brake controller on my tractor and I continue to be pleased with the result. Often I use my utility tractor to move my gooseneck trailer around on the property. Using the new electric brake controller, I can park the trailer by locking the brakes entirely or to apply just enough braking to prevent the loaded trailer from pushing the tractor. As always, provides the proper parts and expertise to do the job right.
David - 01/25/2022


This was absolutely perfect for what I needed. I'm still using it today. It changed my factory setup into something that actually works with my trailer.

Still working great!
Bill - 06/06/2022

1995 Ford F-250 Super Duty

After redoing my trailer wiring harness to put a socket in the bed of my 1995 F250, I used this to replace the old socket in my bumper. Saved me having to do more splicing and hard wiring in the old socket.


The installation was easy and the part is good quality. We have been using it with our new 5th wheel and have had no issues with connections.

Still working great after a year.
Rick L - 03/06/2022

2002 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty

Exact replacement on 2002 F350! Getting the right part is plug and play and a substantial time saver compared to installing a new mounting bracket and individual wires that would be required for a universal socket.

This plug was exactly as described and was the same make, model, and fit as the OEM.
Kevin - 01/01/2022

Porsche Macan

I needed this adapter for my Porsche Macan. The dealer was backordered and could not forecast when I might be able to get one. The price from Porsche was $80, so the etrailer part was 20% of that. Quick delivery, excellent communication.

2000 Toyota Tundra

Hi, I am a ASE Certified Automotive technician for 30-plus years. I have to say these parts are Factory quality, the option for Direct Fit everything plugs right into the wiring harnesses fits as if they came as original equipment with the vehicle and the same quality. When ordering parts if you call and speak to an operator that extremely helpful and actually know what's going on. And their tech support this extremely knowledgeable.

2021 Volkswagen ID 4

I was surprised that my 2021 VW ID.4 had a hitch receiver but no receptacle. This fit perfectly.


This receptical is still working after a year. It also locks the trailer cable in much better that the dealer installed unit.

2004 Nissan Titan

The 3 star rating is because this is not a direct replacement for a Nissan Armada. I bought this to replace the original socket on a 2004 Nissan armada. The hitch on the car says it is a Nissan hitch. I did not notice that the original socket mounted as a twist lock type and the bracket had no mounting screws when I ordered this socket. In defense of the manufacture and distributor of this socket the description did not say it was a direct replacement for an armada the assumption would be that the hitch would be the same as a titan. This was no big deal for me since I had a drill and bits to drill mounting holes and used # 8 sheet metal screws. Just have to be careful to drill the holes the right size so they self thread properly. I have been looking to see if there is a direct replacement for the original socket but can't seem to find one not even on Nissan's parts web site so I guess you just have to do what I did. I didn't think to take a video of the installation but I have included a picture of the finished install.


As advertised, plugged into existing vehicle terminal and mounting bracket at hitch.


Nice fit to my factory harness. This was a replacement for the factory hitch mount. I decided to drill a hole and mount in the bumper like I’ve seen on other vehicles. This makes for a convenient and protected location.


Was a great replacement for the factory one that was broke.
Cost was well below OEM that you had to buy the whole connector and harness.

2019 Volkswagen Atlas

If you looking for a direct fit trailer light connection for you 2019 VW Atlas and dont want to spend $50-60 at the dealership this is a perfect fit for $xx.xx

2007 GMC Sierra Classic

Just what I was looking for the factory mounted the trailer plug underneath the bumper I doent know how many times I hit it so I bored a hole in my bumper that fixed the problem


fit perfect, works great

gary w - 04/09/2022


easily installation, well made, weather proof


Exactly what I needed for my 2014 Porsche Cayenne. To the left of the rear hitch is the factory wiring connector. After removing four screws you will find a blue round plug. The Polack adapter attaches using the 4 factory holes and then I added a round four pin flat adapter for my trailer lights. I have not actually tested it yet but feel confident that everything will work


Exactly what I needed. Perfect for moving plug on a 2000 Silverado to the bumper!


Exactly what I ordered. Fast shipping. Will order again!


Works just like it's supposed to. Very good product.

2014 Volkswagen Touareg

Used this on a 2014 Touareg since VW doesnt supply this with the towing pkg. Remove blank plate (4 screws), remove white lock clip from plug, squeeze lock tab on plug and pull to remove from blank plate. Reverse procedure and use 4 screws to install this item. Works great! etrailer has the best service around!

Still working fine!
Kirk - 09/26/2015

2008 Porsche Cayenne

This is the original plug and play. For VW SUV's this does the trick. I recommend using some anti-seize on the bolts that secure this into the mount. I have this on both an Audi and a Porsche both work great. The picture shows what the car some with so you simply plug this unit into the factory socket and secure with 4 machine screws.

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Ask the Experts about this Pollak Trailer Wiring

  • Replacement Pollak RV-Style 7 way Connector Recommendation for a 2011 Airstream Interstate
    I spoke with my contact at Pollak and he stated that the Pollak Replacement 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket, # PK11893-11933 is the correct replacement part for your 2011 Airstream Interstate.
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  • Availability of Single Pollak 7-Way Connector PK11893
    If you only needed a single 7-way connector all you need is the part # PK11893. The part # PK11893-50 is a quantity of 50 of these connectors which we have online as we have a customer who orders them 50 at a time every few months. The price for the # PK11893 is available at the product link on this page.
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  • What is the Correct Replacement for a PA66-MD40 on a 2011 Mercedes Benz GL Class?
    From what I could find out, the Pollak # PK11893-11933 will actually be the full replacement for your PA66-MD40. If you do just need the 7 Way plug, however, the # PK11893 will be all you need.
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  • Replacement 7-Way Socket for 5th Wheel Truck Bed Wiring Set-Up
    It sounds like you have a 5th wheel wiring harness such as Pollak # PK11893-11932 which consists of a 7-way socket along with a harness with U.S. Car Connectors on it. For a replacement 7-way with the mounting flange you can use part # PK11893. For the harness portion only we offer part # PK11932.
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  • 7-Way Recommendation for 2017 Toyota Tacoma with Round Connector Behind Bumper
    Is the connector round with 6 pins on the outside and a center pin? If so you would just need the 7-way part # PK11893. Let me know if you need something different.
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  • Accessing the Third Brake Light Wire on a 2014 Chevy Silverado
    There are a couple of places you can access a dedicated brake light only circuit on your 2014 Chevy Silverado. First, you can tap into the circuit behind the third brake light on the cab of the truck. You can also get the signal from the CHMSL or stop light fuses. Use the vehicle owners manual and/or power distribution box lid to locate the fuses for the center high mount stop light (CHMSL) or stop light circuit. Another good resource for the third brake light wire under the truck bed,...
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  • What Connector to Use for Third Brake Light on Leer Toppers Installed On a 2007 Dodge Ram 1500
    We have two connector options for your third brake light on your 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 for your Leer Topper. The first option is Spectro Wiring # 9653P. With this connector you simply cut it in 1/2 then hardwire both your sides and plug them in together. The second option is the Draw-Tite Universal 4 Pole Adapter # 18032. This is the same basic installation with the exception being that these are individual connections versus the flat connector of the # 9653P. My co-worker has a 2009...
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  • Wiring 12 Volt Power to Leer Camper Shell on a 2013 Chevy Silverado
    You have a couple of options to get 12 volt power to the camper on your 2013 Chevy Silverado. First, if the truck has a functioning 7-Way trailer connector you can tap into the 12 volt power wire behind the 7-Way. The 12 volt circuit is in the 11 oclock position if looking at the back of the 7-Way. The other option is to get the power direct from the battery. I have included a link to a help article that explains where the 12 volt connection is made to the battery for the trailer connector....
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  • Troubleshooting Wiring Problems in Gooseneck Trailer
    The dome lights are usually wired in one of two ways. They are either wired in with the running light circuit, or wired into the 12 volt accessory circuit from the tow vehicle. Unfortunately, there's no magic bullet or easy fix here, you'll have to trace the wires from that dome light back to the trailer connector to find out where they are supposed to be drawing power from. In regard to your other issue with the trailer draining the battery, the most likely culprit is the 12 volt circuit...
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  • Will Trailer Connector PK11893 Work for a 2005 2005 GMC Sierra 1500
    One thing you might want to check is if your factory connector and your trailer wiring is still grounded well. Follow the ground wire from the plug and back and make sure that it is still firmly grounded, and that no pinched or exposed points are touching metal. You will want to check the ground on the trailer connector itself, as well as on any lights or electric trailer brake magnets. The # PK11893 replacement 7-Way connector is custom fit for the 2005 GMC Sierra 1500, so it should...
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  • Trailer and Vehicle Side 7-Way Wiring Diagrams
    The 7-way on your trailer could be wired correctly as-is. Not all 7-ways will have wires run to every one of the pins. Typically, if there are only 5 wires you will be missing the circuits will be the 12-volt accessory and the reverse light circuit. I attached a couple pictures that show how trailer side and vehicle side 7-ways wire as well as an FAQ article on trailer wiring
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  • Wiring a Third Brake Light and Dome Light into Truck Bed Cap on a 2006 GMC Sierra 2500HD
    I believe the link you are talking about is in another question and answer page and it is on the right hand side of the page. I have included it here for you too. I have also included the picture. For the remaining wiring I will reiterate what my colleague said: If you will take a look at the wiring harness up above the spare tire, you should find the connector that the 7-way plugs into. If you trace the loom back just a bit, you will find a light blue wire that is used for the 3rd brake...
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  • Wiring in a 3rd Brake Light on a Camper Shell on a 2013 Chevy Silverado 2500HD
    You are going to want to find the Center High Mount Stop Light wire for the brake light on the truck cap on your 2013 Chevy Silverado. This wire is bundled with the brake controller wiring located under the dash, and held together with tape and a tag that lists the wiring functions. The wire you are looking for is orange and will have a tag on it labeled CHMSL.
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  • Wiring in a Camper Shell 3rd Brake Light on a 2006 Chevy Silverado 1500.
    The main trailer wiring harness is located under the truck bed, usually above the spare tire. There is usually a socket for your trailer connector to plug into, but if you peel back the wire loom you will find a light blue wire further up in the wiring harness that is intended for use for a third brake lamp on a camper shell. I attached a couple pics to help you see where the wire is at.
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  • 12 Volt Power Not Working on 7-Way Trailer Connector on a 2003 Chevy 3500 Express Van
    On some GM vehicles, there are some additional connections that need to be made under the hood to provide the 12 volt power to the 7-Way. We usually see this on trucks but it is possible that the full-size vans and SUVs could have the same problem. I have included a link to an FAQ that will help. It is also possible that everything is hooked up under the hood but a fuse could just be missing or blown. You can consult the vehicle owners manual and/or the legend on the power distribution...
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  • Troubleshooting a Truck 7-way for a Non Functioning Left Turn/Stop Circuit
    I attached a picture of the front and back of a vehicle side 7-way for you to check out. If you are looking at the front of your 7-way the left turn/brake signal is the one in the 9:00 position. I would recommend you test this circuit with a circuit tester like our part # 3808 while the left blinker of your vehicle is on and look for intermittent voltage. If there is not voltage then you know the problem is in your vehicle and the circuit should be traced back looking for damage and repaired...
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  • Brake Output Wire is Not Attached to 7-Way Trailer Connector on a 2005 GMC Sierra
    If you are talking about the blue wire at the back of the 7-Way trailer connector, it will need to attach to the back of the 7-Way in the 7:00 position. You should be able to take apart the 7-Way to expose where the wires attach. You will then attach the wire to the 7:00 position. Sometimes there are connections under the hood that you will also need to make to make everything fully functional. I have included a link to an FAQ article that covers everything. I have also linked a series...
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  • Trailer Connector Tests Okay But Will Not Operate Trailer Lights
    So what you are saying is that you are getting power for all functions at the trailer connector, but when you plug in a trailer, any trailer, the lights on the trailer do not work-is that correct? Check your trailer connector on the vehicle, and make sure it is not damaged or overly corroded. If you can see green or white corrosion on the pins of the connector, it could prevent signal from reliably getting through to the trailer. Also, check the ground connection for the connector on the...
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  • Wiring a Third Brake Light and Cargo Light on a 1989 GMC K2500 Series Pick Up Truck
    You will need to find what is called the CHMSL circuit (center high mount stop light) to wire a third brake light on your 1989 GMC K2500. You could use the vehicle owners manual of the legend on the power distribution box lid to find the fuse location and use a fuse tap to power the third brake light. There may be a wire under the truck for this function. Places that install truck bed camper shells may know where it is located. You would not use trailer connector wiring because the brake...
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  • Mounting Hole Spacing on Pollak Replacement 7-Pole RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket # PK11893
    I have attached a photo of this part which includes measurements of the mounting hole spacing. Hole spacing, measured center to center, is 2-1/2-inches from left to right and 1-3/4-inches from top to bottom. The overall dimensions of the mounting flange are 2-7/8 inches x 2-7/8-inches. Depth from the back of the mounting flange to the back of the connector socket is 2-1/4-inches.
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  • Bolt Hole Dimension of the Pollak Replacement 7-Way # PK11893
    If you check out the picture I attached you will see the dimensions of the bolt holes of the Pollak Replacement 7-Way # PK11893 that you referenced. The vertical holes are 1-3/4 inches apart measured on center and the horizontal holes are 2-1/2 inches apart measured on center.
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  • 7-Way, Vehicle End, Trailer Connector Wiring Diagram
    See the picture to the right for a wiring diagram of seven-way vehicle end trailer connector. If you click on it you can enlarge it. I have also included a trailer wiring FAQ page for you to check out.
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  • Wiring Third Brake Lamp and Dome Light in Camper Shell on 2005 Chevy Silverado.
    The main trailer wiring harness is located under the truck bed, usually above the spare tire. There is usually a socket for your trailer connector to plug into, but if you peel back the wire loom you will find a light blue wire further up in the wiring harness that is intended for use for a third brake lamp on a camper shell. The dome lamp should be wired into a 12 volt power source and should have a toggle switch installed on the circuit. Probably the easiest method would be to use the...
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  • 2005 Chevy Silverado 12 Volt Trailer Battery Wire for a 7-Way RV Connector
    In the under hood accessory fuse block there are two power posts on the engine side of the block. The post closest to the front of the truck should have a wire connected to it that runs back to the factory trailer connector and provides 12 volt power at the 1:00 position as you have stated. If there is not a wire present at this location, you may need to run a 10 gauge wire and splice it into the black wire at the back of the vehicle to provide power. If the wire is there, you should check...
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