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Hopkins Multi-Tow 7-Way Blade and 4-Way Flat Trailer Connector - Chevrolet/GMC

Hopkins Multi-Tow 7-Way Blade and 4-Way Flat Trailer Connector - Chevrolet/GMC

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2016 Chevrolet Colorado - Hopkins Multi-Tow 7-Way Blade and 4-Way Flat Trailer Connector - Chevrolet/GMC

  • Trailer Hitch Wiring
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This trailer connector provides multiple towing options for your GMC Canyon without a factory tow package. It includes 7-way, RV-style and 4-way flat sockets, and it connects to your truck's bare factory wiring.


  • 7-Pole and 4-pole harness lets you plug your trailer wiring into your vehicle
  • Pre-wired harness connects to your truck's bare factory wiring
  • Hinged lids keep out dirt and debris
  • Impact-resistant, ABS plastic construction

11141144 Hopkins Multi-Tow 7 RV Blade and 4 Wire Flat Trailer Wiring Connector

Installation Details HM11141144 Installation instructions

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Video Transcript for Hopkins Multi-Tow Trailer Connector Installation - 2016 Chevrolet Colorado

Hey everybody, how's it going Today we're going to be going over and showing you how to install the Hopkins Multi-Tow seven and four way trailer connector here on our 2016 Chevrolet Colorado. So here's what our trailer connector looks like installed. As you can see here, we have both a seven way connection which is going to be used with our larger trailers that have electric brakes as well as the four way connection here. So we can still tow these smaller trailers. So this trailer wiring harness is going to be an excellent option for your Colorado here. It's gonna allow you to tow a number of different trailers so we can remain legal when we're towing out on the road.

So luckily this kit here is designed specifically for this vehicle because the connector it uses is going to be a direct replacement for the cover that we have here from the factory. So this is actually just a dummy plug that comes installed from the factory in your bumper here. And once we pop that out, we can simply just pop in our trailer connector. There's going to be no cutting or drilling involved. So in regards to installation, this one's very simple, definitely pretty straightforward.

As far as tools go, the only really thing you're going to need is some wire strippers and some wire crimpers. Both of those tools are a two and one. So with minimal tools you'll definitely be able to get this installed at home by yourself. We can go ahead and walk you through this entire process now. So to start our install today we're going to come underneath our vehicle here.

We're going to go over on the driver's side, directly behind our bumper. We're going to be looking for a bundle of blunt cut wires which contain our trailer lighting circuits. So if we take a closer look under here we should be able to see these. So there's going to be two wiring harnesses here on the support bracket for the hitch or the bumper crossbeam, whatever you have. So this top one here, we pull that down.

You're going to see these blunt cut wires here on the end. And these are actually for our factory tow package port. So what we're going to do is we're going to take a trim panel tool and there's going to be a little frame clip up there. We're just going to simply use a pry tool to pry that free. It's going to give us much more room to work, just like that. And then we're going to go ahead and peel back this electrical tape here to reveal our wires. And if I pull them out of the loom here it's going to give us much more room to work. So there they are. That's what they look like. So what we're going to do next is you can see these little black ends here with the heat shrink on it. We're actually going to be cutting each of those off. And then we're going to splice back about a quarter of the jacket off the wire on each of these. So we can crimp on our butt connectors. Now in your kit you're going to be getting standard butt connectors and those will work fine. As long as you be sure to seal them up with some electrical tape or you can opt for some heat shrink butt connectors which do a little bit better job of keeping water out. And that's what we're going to be using for this installation. You can pick these up here at etrailer, if you want to use them. So keep in mind, not all of our wires are the same gauge. So we're going to be using a combination of blue and yellow butt connectors depending on what size wire we have. So we've got our butt connectors on each of our wires coming from the factory tow package wires. So now what we're going to strip off the ends for our harness here. We can begin making our connections. Unfortunately, it isn't going to be color for color but we can go ahead and show you what these all are now. So the orange wire coming from the vehicle is going to go to the red wire on our harness here. Once we get that first one, though. it's going to help hold our harness here. So it'd be a little bit easier to make the rest of our connections. So the next one is going to be the blue wire from the vehicle. And that does actually match up with the blue wire from our harness. So now we're going to take the gray wire from the vehicle here and attach that to the purple wire from our harness. Now we'll take the green wire from our vehicle here and attach that to the green wire from our harness. Next we'll take the yellow wire from our vehicle here, and we'll attach that to the yellow wire from our harness. And then we'll take the brown wire from our vehicle here. And we'll attach that to the brown wire on our harness. And finally, we have the black wire from our vehicle. That'll go to the white wire from our harness, and then what we can do next is we're going to take a heat gun. We're going to seal up all of our connections. So now for good measure we're going to come back with some electrical tape here. I'm going to tape up all of our wires and our connections. So this step is a little bit more important if you're just using the standard butt connectors that come with, I'd probably wrap it around there a couple of times, making sure there's no gaps, but if we're using the heat shrink butt connectors, this is just going to be mainly for keeping all the wires together. So now once we have our wires taped up, don't forget to re secure the harness there, using that little point in the frame but then I'm going to take the other end of the harness. I'm going to wrap it over this cross two here. Because the next thing we're going to do is we're going to remove the factory plug, which is what we see here. This is where our trailer connector is going to install. So if we come to the inside, we just pinch both of these tabs on either side, we should be able to just push it out and there we go. That's what that looks like. And there's a closer look at those two tabs. We'll simply depress to release the locks. Now with our cover out we can take our trailer connector here and simply go ahead and pop it into place. And now we'll simply come around to the backside here and plug it into place. So in your kit, you're going to get a small packet of dielectric grease, which is the same thing we have here. It's just a little bit larger tube. You want to go ahead and make sure to coat the pins inside with that grease there and what this does is if any water does get in there it won't corrode the terminals and give you lighting issues. But once we get that applied, we're going to go ahead and use a plugin seven pole as well as a four pole tester just to make sure everything's working. If you have your trailer you can obviously use that as well. Just keep in mind, you wouldn't be able to isolate any issues, if there was anything going on with the trailer. Going to go ahead and start our vehicle, we have to test everything out. We should have seen that the 12 volt pin was already active but we can show you the brakes. The left turn, the right turn. And then the running lights. Now there is one, couple more circuits, the reverse lights. And then as far as the electric brake output goes, we won't be able to show you that because we don't have a brake controller hooked up. But if you did you just simply want to hit the manual override and make sure that light comes on. Or if you're using trailer, you can hear the brakes engaging and that's going to do it today for our look at installation of the Hopkins Multi-Tow seven and four way trailer connector here on a 2016 Chevrolet Colorado..

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Hopkins Multi-Tow 7-Way Blade and 4-Way Flat Trailer Connector - Chevrolet/GMC - HM11141144

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This trailer connector provides multiple towing options for your vehicle without a factory tow package. It includes 7-way, RV-style and 4-way flat sockets, and it connects to your truck's bare factory wiring.

2019 ChevroletColorado

Exactly like the original. Truck came with a empty plug. Easy to wire up and install. You can see it to the left of license plate. Just like factory made.

Still working as it should. Whats not to like about that? Easy to install on my 2019 Colorado WT that didnt come with hitch or trailer wiring. Im 72 yrs. old, so if I can install it. Anyone can!
Sam - 08/24/2022

2022 ChevroletColorado

Easy to install and fit perfect on my 2022 Chevrolet Colorado.

A year later and everything is still perfect. I use it all the time.
Aaron S - 02/21/2023


Product selection, easy navigation, detailed installation videos and exceptional response time will keep me coming back to your store.

2018 ChevroletColorado

So super easy to install. Especially when watching your install video beforehand. Great price. Fast shipping.


Received my harness on time, good product as described.will use trailer again


Completely satisfied with the product and service.


The trailer hitch receiver didn't fit my truck the way it was intended, even though the description stated it would fit, the width of the frame was bigger than the receiver. When reaching out to etrailer their solution was attempt to bend the thick square tubing to accommodate the frame. Its suppose to be a bolt on product. Not a viable solution, considering the distance to cover was over a half inch. Not happy, wouldn't recommend.

2022 ChevroletColorado

Looks nice haven't mounted it yet

This product works well. Easy installation. I highly recommend it for your wiring needs.
William - 03/26/2023

2019 Toyota Tacoma

Worked great 2019 toyota tacoma perfect fit. Thank you

2020 ChevroletColorado

Arrived in 2 days. Easy to install.


not installed yet need to check wires with trailer plug with a test light first.


I would like to thank the folks at Etrailer for all your help and a great product.
The video on the website made my installation a breeze.
I will use the video on installing the trailer light hook up as well.
Attached is a couple of pictures of the
Curt Trailer Hitch Receiver - Custom Fit - Class III - 2"
Thanks again


Installing this 7-pin trailer connection cable was one of the easiest DIY projects ever. Excellent instruction and a quality product. Thank you etrailer.

Worked as advertised. No issues installing it when following instructions provided.
Robert - 05/11/2022


Wired a 7/4 way to 2017 Colorado...
AND easy!!! The colored wiring diagram was accurate.....
The only problem I had was eventually figuring out the Pollak 12-741EV tester you sold me had to be plugged in with the test light indicators facing downwards. A hand held mirror placed under the plugged in 7 way tester did the trick,
and BTW the 7/4 connector only installs one way:
7 pole round on top and 4 pole flat on the bottom.


videos were a lot of help and it was installed just like the videos showed. no problems and works good.... thanks

2020 ChevroletColorado

This is the slickest product I’ve ever seen for wiring a trailer harness. It snapped directly onto my factory bumper and was very easy to wire. etrailer has a video on installing it which is very helpful.


You have the best price on the item I purchased. It takes a lot of patients waiting for USPS


Video says 14ga but Curt says 12 ga wires black positive to battery not marked has some coating fir undercarriage?


Fast shipping. The Hopkins wiring harness was easy to install and it looks and fits like an OEM part.

2018 ChevroletColorado

Fast delivery. Easy to follow directio ns.


bit tough to install by yourself, so far works as intended


I haven't installed this yet, but should work well.


Worked perfect. Simple instructions. Easy to install


Easy installation

Ram 2500

If you ordered the in bed plug wire on your new GMC 2500 this is just what you need to complete the job.

Very good and easy to install. Thanks.
Thomas - 04/11/2022

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