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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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2019 Chevrolet Colorado - Hopkins Multi-Tow 7-Way Blade and 4-Way Flat Trailer Connector - Chevrolet/GMC

  • Custom Fit
  • Trailer Hitch Wiring
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This trailer connector provides multiple towing options for your Chevrolet Colorado 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

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Video Transcript for Hopkins Multi-Tow Trailer Connector Installation - 2019 Chevrolet Colorado

Ron: How's it going everybody Ron here at Today, we're going to be taking a look at the Hopkins multi-tow trailer connector on our 2019 Chevrolet Colorado. Now, our Hopkins multi-tow trailer connector is going to fit directly into the bumper. And it almost looks factory because this is the same connector that is going to come from the factory. It's going to provide us with a seven way connector, as well as a four way connector, which is really nice because those are the two most common trailer connectors that you see on trailers.Now, our four way trailer connectors here on the bottom is to provide us all of our light functions, like our taillights, our turn signals, and our brake lights. Now, the seven ways you can also provide those light functions, but it's also going to give us a way to add a brake controller in and have that brake output signal, our reverse light signals, and a 12 volt power source.And each one of the doors is spring loaded.

We don't have to worry about remembering to close it. And it also has a gasket inside to keep dirt, debris, and moisture out, hopefully preventing corrosion. Now, one of the things I really like about it, that's kind of overlooked, but it actually uses stainless steel on the hinge. We don't have to worry about it rusting out over time.As far as the installation goes it's extremely straightforward. We're just going to simply remove the dummy plug that's in the bumper, and then we'll find our factory wiring right underneath the frame rail.

And then we can just use the included butt connectors to connect everything up. I know some customers may be worried about getting the correct wires in, and making sure they're connecting it right, but we'll go through, identify each one of the wires, and make sure you feel comfortable doing it at home. In fact, let's go and do the installation together.To begin our installation we want to come underneath the back of our Colorado and moved towards the driver's side. Now, I do want to mention, we have our spare removed because we just got done installing the hitch, but it's not necessary to remove the spare. Just gives you a little bit more headroom and it's easier to see everything.

But again, we'll come right over to the driver's side frame rail. Over on the side here, you'll notice that we have a lot of wiring. We're going to be looking for the wiring that just comes to blunt cut ends. It may or may not be attached using some clips. And if it is, you want to make sure you pull those down, get it out of the way, you can use a flat blade screwdriver or a trim panel tool.

We'll pop those clips out. You have a little bit more room to work with the wiring.On the end of the wires you'll see it has a little bit of heat shrink insulation on there, just to help protect it. I'm going to remove some of this tape so I can see the colors of the wires a little bit better. And then we're going to cut the ends off of each one of these wires. I do want to mention that some of these wires are hot, so we don't want to have them too close together. And we are going to start with one wire at a time rather than cutting them all off.Now in your kit, you're going to get a few different size butt connectors. We'll have the blue ones, those are going to be for the thinner gauge wires like we have here. And the yellow one is going to be for the thicker gauge wire, like this black one and this orange one. Now we're going to be switching these buck connectors out and I'm going to use some heat shrink butt connectors since it is on the outside of the vehicle, it will just provide a little bit better protection.Anytime you see me using this yellow heat shrink it's just replacing the one that was in your kit. And the blue heat shrink isn't to replace the blue one in the kit. I'm going to go ahead and start with this large black wire. And again, I'm just going to kind of pull all the other wires away. I'll cut the end of it off. Strip back the end of to expose some of the copper wire. And I'll take one of the larger butt connectors, crimp it onto the end of the wire.At this point, I'm just going to go through and cut off each of the ends of each individual wire and put a butt connector in place because we're going to be connecting our new harness to all of these wires. We'll just go through one at a time, putting our butt connectors in and find the appropriate one.Now, if we grab our new harness, you can see we have several wires coming out of the back. And I'd like to go over what wire is going to connect to the factory wires. If we start, we can start with our red wire here, on the new harness. The red wire is going to attach to the orange wire on our harness, on the factory side. Now the blue wire, on the new harness, is going to attach to the blue wire that's on the factory harness. The purple wire here, on the harness, is going to attach to the gray wire that's on our harness, on the factory side. Now the green wire, on the new harness, is going to attach to the green wire that's on the factory side. The yellow wire, on the new harness, will attach to the yellow wire on the factory side. The Brown wire is going to attach to the brownish, kind of gray, brown, colored wire as well.And then finally, we're going to have this white wire with a ring terminal. Now there's a few different options of how you can connect this. This is our ground wire, so we can use the ring terminal and attach it to the frame, or some solid piece of sheet metal, or we can use the large black wire because that's our factory ground inside the harness. We can cut the ring terminal off, strip it back, and attach it to here. We're going to go through and start connecting all of our wires to the correct color wire on factory harness. We'll start with our red wire, strip back the end of it. And again, this is going to go into the orange wire on the factory harness. Just put it in our butt connector and crimp it in place.Now we're just going to go through and continuing connecting all the wires until we have them all connected. Now, since these are a heat shrink butt connectors, I'm going to use a heat gun to shrink them down. If you're using an open flame, like a torch or a lighter, you want to be extremely careful not to burn or char the wires or the connectors.This next step isn't really necessary, I just don't want to leave these wires exposed because we have some loom here, we have some loom here, but nothing is really protecting the section where we made our connection. I'm going to wrap all of these wires all the way up to the connector with some electrical tape, hopefully preventing any kind of moisture or debris from getting inside. And again, it's not really necessary, especially if you're using the heat shrink butt connectors, but I want to make sure that the wires are going to be as protected as they can be.Now that we have our harness attached, we want to come and bring our attention to the very back of the bumper. Now, just to the left, or driver's side of where the license plate is, we'll find our dummy plug. And this is where the new socket is going to go. On each side we're going to have these little tabs, we just grab it with our fingers, we can kind of squeeze and then push out towards the outside of the bumper. It's a little bit of a tight fit, but should be able to work it out.Once we have it out, we can just push it like that, reach around the other side and we'll pull out that dummy plug. And the new plug is going to look just like it, expect it actually has the connections inside. We're just going to come from the outside, line up, push it in place, make sure it locks in. And you want to just give it a quick push, kind of tug on each side and make sure it's not going to fall through. We'll take our new harness and a large tab here, we want to make sure it lines up this tab on the socket, just plug it in, give it a quick tug, make sure we hear that click. And now we can move back to the outside and make sure all the circuits are working properly.I went ahead and plugged in my seven pole tester. And if we look at the top needle where it says voltage, you can see that we're actually getting power back at our seven way. We know the 12 volt circuits working. Now we'll go ahead and run through the lights and make sure those are working as well. You can see that our clearance lights, or our taillight function, is working. The left turn signal, the right turn signal, and our brakes. Now that we know that all of our lights are functioning properly, we're ready to hook up to our trailer and hit the road.But again, I'm Ron here, at and that'll finish up your look at the Hopkins multi-tow trailer connector on our 2019 Chevrolet Colorado.

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

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (364 Customer Reviews)

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.


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.


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.

2019 Toyota Tacoma

Worked great 2019 toyota tacoma perfect fit. Thank you


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

2020 ChevroletColorado

Arrived in 2 days. Easy to install.


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


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


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


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.

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.

2016 ChevroletColorado

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.


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


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


Easy installation


Worked perfect. Simple instructions. Easy to install

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


Just like the factory plug. Great quality and easy to install. Used the heat shrink butt connectors.


Great product easy to install

2021 ChevroletColorado

Excellent customer service and shipping.

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