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Adapter 7-Pole to 4-Pole and 5-Pole

Adapter 7-Pole to 4-Pole and 5-Pole

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Hopkins Trailer Wiring - 37385

  • Wiring Adapters
  • Multi-Function Adapter
  • 4 Flat
  • 5 Flat
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  • 7 Round - Blade
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Features:

  • Wiring Adapter - converts the 7-way trailer connector on the vehicle to a 4-way or 5-way connector to match the trailer


If your truck has the connector on the left, and your trailer has one of the connectors on the right, you will want this adapter.
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47385 Adapter 7 Pole to 4 Pole and 5 Pole - TAP # 37385




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Video Transcript for Hopkins 7 Pole to 4 and 5 Pole Adapter Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Hopkins 7-pull to 4-pull and 5-pull adapter, Part Number 37385. This Hopkins wiring adapter is made from a nice solid plastic and converts your 7-pull adapter into a 4-pull and 5-pull, so you can use this for anything from your wiring harnesses on your towing vehicles or boat trailers. To use it, you just pull back the dust covers here, which are nice because it keeps all the dirt and grim out of it while you're driving, and plug in whatever accessory you have. Now that we've gone over some of the features of it, let's show you how it installs. We go to our 7-pull back here, open the cap and put our adapter in place. Now you're ready to use your 4-pull or 5-pull. There you have it for the Hopkins 7-pull to 4-pull and 5-pull adapter, Part Number 37385..


Customer Reviews

Adapter 7-Pole to 4-Pole and 5-Pole - 37385

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (96 Customer Reviews)


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In my quest for a 7 pin to 4 pin connector to operate lights on my luggage rack my search led me to etrailer. Initially I spoke with Derek who was very helpful and sent me a connector that was 7 to 5 pin as that's what I thought I had. Turns out I was wrong so I called back to order a 7 to 4. This time I found Ashley and she quickly mailed me the 7 to 4. These two employees were most helpful and very courteous in my dealings with them I'm happy to recommend etrailer for these kinds of products. Give them a try!


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Works fine. Only used it a few times but no problems.
Jim L - 07/29/2018



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These plugs work great. I use it for my boat trailer (5 Plug), Jetski trailer (4 Plug) and a Car Hauler Trailer (7-way). Very simple to use. Highly recommend it you use multiple trailers with different plugs and braking systems.


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Everything is still working great with no issues!!
Ted - 09/10/2020


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Product was delivered in a timely fashion and matched the part ordered. Quality was excellent and provided the features per price point that was desired. So far, no problems in use. It is now part of my basic trailering kit. Other products are available that have more features but they are larger and cost more. For my use this is right on. Product support and useful information from etrailer is consistently excellent.


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After one year the wiring adapter continues to work well. I would not change my original review.
Capt.Wanabe - 07/23/2018



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Nice quality. Convenient all in one ada pter.



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Overall...much better than going through the dealership for the sake of time and money. The online videos hit all they key points and steps bit there was some mechanical ingenuity required on my part. Mounting the bracket was the most challenging part to install and it was correctly represented in other reviews. Personally, I wanted the 7 pin connector flush to the bumper and had to bend the mounting bracket and cut out the plastic bumper to get a tight fit. Looking back however, I think that if I would have cut out just enough of the bumper to accommodate the angle of the mounting bracket (when attached to the frame) then I would have still achieved both a solid connection and clean, professional look. All in all, I'm very satisfied with the product and instructions received from e Trailer and staff.



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Was exited when I found this on etrailer's website...I have 2 different trailers with 2 differents light harness connectors. This works great...no need to switch out or have two or more adaptors in truck!! Highly recommend!



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Was very happy with the Adapter. After a year of using now, i have had no issues. Would recommend etrailer.com for any trailer needs.



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Exact replacement for the one I lost, had no problem finding it at etrailer since I had previously bought hard to find parts I needed when replacing worn parts on my boat trailer. Thanks etrailer.


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Working great, I am causious about not losing it again, thanks again.
Jimmy - 04/07/2019



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It was great and worked exactly as it was supposed to until my dog pulled it out of the receptacle and chewed it to bits. I put an external tire carrier on my car and was using the three hole side to power my relocated license plate. The rig lasted through all sorts of weather and terrain like a champ. I got about 9 months out of it before it was devoured. I'm sure it would have lasted for years if not for the >-< dog.



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Very handy. Quality products. High quality customer service. .



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Fits the round plug on the vehicle perfectly. Haven't hooked it up to the flat wire yet, but assume it should be fine. Getting this adapter with the covers for the 4 & 5 flat is absolutely the right way to go. I'm towing a 5500 lb boat with surge brakes. Jesse did an outstanding job of helping me.



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Have used this adapter several times over the past year; works as advertised on our Tesla Model X, no problems, and it's well constructed. I would recommend this product.



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The wiring kit fits perfectly. I had a small problem with the operation of the brakes on my trailer but a quick call to the great service department and my problem was quickly rectified. I will do business again.



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The adapter fit tightly and worked well. Be careful attaching and detaching the trailer harness so, you don't bend the bottom metal, male connector. Everything installed correctly the first time and worked on my 2011 Honda Pilot. What a relief. It took me about 2.5 hrs because, I had to figure out fasteners for the bumper, existing wiring harness, etc. so I didn't break anything. Make sure you have a center punch, sharp metal drill bits and oil to pilot holes for self tapping screws. I am very happy with the harness and adapter.



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Provides a quick and simple solution for connecting a trailer with a flat-4 or flat-5 plug to my truck with its round 7-way plug.


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We recently towed a rental trailer from Maryland to New Mexico. This connector worked perfectly!
Robin N - 07/21/2017



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I'm not one to take the time to write reviews but I just got to say this company really impressed me with the information available on their site and with the terrific service when calling them on the phone. In my experience this level of customer service is very hard to find today. Keep up the great work and thanks again for your time and help. I'll definitely recommend you and will be back should I have any needs in the future!



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As always, product arrived quickly and well-packed. Good quality and is working well on my vehicle. etrailer can be counted on for quality and customer service.


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No problems, never give it a second thought. Can depend on it to do the job.
David - 03/28/2020



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I received shipping info on my adapter the day after my order was placed and it arrived quickly. I have not had a chance to use the adapter yet, but it seems very well made. Etrailer seems to really be focused on customer satisfaction.



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Perfect fit, just what I needed to convert 7 pin connection on my Explorer to 5 pin connection on my trailer.



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I have received the items I ordered from etrailer and expect to have them installed and used for the first time on 10/21. I can review them after 10/21. I was impressed with how fast my order arrived.



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Received item fast and does what it supposed to do. Would of given it a 5 star but on the adapter one of the pins not surrounded by mold was loose. Still works, I'm not paying to send it back and loose 1 1/2 weeks .



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This adapter works perfect. It easily installs into the round 7 pin connector. The connector worked as all lights were lit and I was able to back my boat trailer into position with no problems. The 5 flat is used for the inclusion of the surge brakes on my boat trailer. I would recommend this to anyone needing the conversion adapter.



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Everything I buy from etrailer is perfect Never a problem I would recommend To anyone #1 in my book



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Got the fenders I needed, fast shipping, thought it was coming from east coast but came from more my region. Just what i needed however had to cut holes for the lights. These guys have done a good job for me a couple times now. Liking it.



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This trailer light adapter allows me to haul 2 different trailer with one vehicle. Delivery was in 3 days and I also purchased a 5 wire trailer wiring harness to match


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