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7-Way Round RV Style Trailer Connector - Trailer Side

7-Way Round RV Style Trailer Connector - Trailer Side

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7-Way round plug lets you connect your trailer to the 7-way round blade connector of your tow vehicle. Interlock system keeps connections in place. Over-sized finger grips for secure disconnections. Durable ABS plastic housing. Lowest Prices for the best wiring from Optronics. 7-Way Round RV Style Trailer Connector - Trailer Side part number A7WCB can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Optronics Wiring - A7WCB

  • Trailer Connectors
  • Trailer End Connector
  • 7 Blade
  • Plug Only
  • Optronics

7-Way round plug lets you connect your trailer to the 7-way round blade connector of your tow vehicle. Interlock system keeps connections in place. Over-sized finger grips for secure disconnections. Durable ABS plastic housing.


Features:

  • 7-Way round plug lets you connect your trailer to the 7-way round blade connector of a tow vehicle
  • Interlock system locks in place to keep connections secure
  • Over-sized finger tabs allow you to easily grip the plug during disconnections
  • Adjustable insert tightens against wires to limit exposure to dirt, dust, and water


A7WCB Optronics Replacement 7-Way Round RV Style Trailer Connector - Trailer Side

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Video of 7-Way Round RV Style Trailer Connector - Trailer Side

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




Video Transcript for Optronics 7-Way Round RV Style Trailer Connector Installation

Today on our trailer, we're going to be installing the 7-Way Round RV Style Trailer Connector, part number A7WCB. Now to begin our installation, we'll go ahead and remove the set screw here on our 7-way connector to remove the inside. We'll then go ahead and remove the white sleeve that will be used to hold the connector in place on our 7-way wire. We'll now take our 7-way wire connector cover, slide it over our black 7-way round sheathing. We'll now go ahead and cut the sheathing off of our 7-way wire to expose the seven wires within it. We'll then strip away the insulation from each of the seven wires and connect them color for color as indicated on the 7-way plug.

Now here before we connect the last two wires on the round, we'll need to connect the yellow wire into our center post. We'll do this before we do the last two wires, just to give us a little more space to get the yellow wire in place. Now with all our wires secured into the connector, we can bring the cover back over and screw down the set screw. We'll then move to the white clamp here on the connector, and reinstall it. With that tight, our connector's on, and we're ready to hook up to our tow vehicle.

And that completes our installation of the 7-Way Round RV Style Trailer Connector, part number A7WCB.


Customer Reviews

7-Way Round RV Style Trailer Connector - Trailer Side - A7WCB

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (183 Customer Reviews)

7-Way round plug lets you connect your trailer to the 7-way round blade connector of your tow vehicle. Interlock system keeps connections in place. Over-sized finger grips for secure disconnections. Durable ABS plastic housing.

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Wired it in and it works. Not much more to say. Works on my buddy's 2006 F-150 and on my 2003 Dodge Neon (yeah...you heard that right) and also on my 2016 Sierra Denali.



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Used this as a plug for my portable 12V air compressor to facilitate access to power, rather than clips to battery. As usual, over the past several years etrailer is my go-to store for all trailer & towing needs. Excellent variety, price and prompt service. Keep up the good work..............


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We installed the lights on a trailer we were selling. Installation went smooth, lights worked great.We install the trailer plug on a 12V compressor so we could power it from our trailer hook up and it works great also. You are our go-to trailer supply store.
RW - 03/13/2018



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The parts installed and worked absolutely perfectly. I had to call and get them rush shipped to our house because my wife needed the trailer and had a small window to make her trip. You guys made that happen. It was a five star situation both service and parts.



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Perfect fit. Easy to use. Great product. Using this to help trickle charge a battery for the trailer winch.



- A7WCB
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Been in use for a year and still holding up.



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The 7-way trailer connector was easy to install, and works perfectly with my 2019 F250.



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Good quality product.



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love this style and brand of replacement plug



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Once again etrailer came through for me with a quality replacement 7 pin connector plug. The installation was easy and the instruction videos were just what I needed to complete the task without unexpected problems. I had read other reviews saying the RV trailer wire colors did not match the pin color on the plug. My replacement plug pin colors matched exactly with the wiring colors on my RV.



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Works perfectly.



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Worked great. Updated my 1989 Lance truck camper fitting with this and had no problem with the install. Thanks Etrailer.



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This replaced the original connector, which I damaged. This was a simple install because all the lugs are clearly marked with the names of the wire colors. Also, the retainer at the rear of the plug that holds the wire in place, is much more secure than my original plug.



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Had to replace a 7 pin on an RV that got sheered by previous owner. The video on how to replace and the part made it very easy to change the connector. Saved a bundle doing it ourselves.


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Still going strong
EM - 08/11/2015



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This seven way trailer connector is labeled incorrectly according to my plug factory installed in 2010 Superduty! Had to replace two fuses and two relays. After wiring plug same as truck worked fine.



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Converted my trailer into a 7 wire, with the help of this connector and etrailer's how-to videos. Easy installation and good quality.



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I know it is just a trailer connector But! The great part is Etrailer's ability to get me the part, sell it to me at a good price and deliever it on time and with good packaging. That is why I buy from Etrailer and not the other guys!



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YOUR STANDARD TRAILER PLUG. COLOR CODES ARE ONLY MOLDED ON INSIDE TERMINALS FOR ID. AFTER REPLACEMENT I PAINTED THE COLOR CODES AT EACH SPADE ON OUTSIDE FOR EASY TROUBLE SHOOTING.



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I USED THE E TRAILER AND POLLAK BRAND AND I WOULD GO WITH THE E TRAILER ACCOUNT OF THE CONNECTION TO HOLD TRAILER WIRES IN ON THE BACK OF THE PLUG.



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Excellent product and customer serviceā€¦



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This Connector has held up pretty good so far. I am happy I chose it. I would purchase this again.



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I've only been buying from etrailer for about a year now but I'm very pleased with the service and parts I have bought from them and they have the fastest shipping I have ever seen. Thank you



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in trailer with pos/neg wires hooked up so i can run small amp dc items from vehicle plug.



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Plug was exactly what I needed/ordered. Product was delivered two days ahead of schedule. can't think of anything more to say other than these folks WILL get my follow on business. Thank you etrailer for your prompt and correct service!



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Exactly what I needed. Heavy duty, it will last a long time before it needs to be replaced.



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Great product & great website for information. Was able to install a round connector on a Thule lights bar ((for a bike rack) that replaces a horizontal connector that is used in another country (Australia). Would have cost a lot for an auto electrician but cost $6.00 all up to do it with eTrailers product & info. Thx!!


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