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Pollak 5-Pole, Round Pin Trailer Wiring Socket, Concealed Terminals - Chrome - Vehicle End

Pollak 5-Pole, Round Pin Trailer Wiring Socket, Concealed Terminals - Chrome - Vehicle End

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Establish a secure connection between your trailer and your towing vehicle with this 5-pole, round pin, wire-insertion-style socket. Chrome-plated socket has concealed terminals to provide easy assembly and durability. Lowest Prices for the best wiring from Pollak. Pollak 5-Pole, Round Pin Trailer Wiring Socket, Concealed Terminals - Chrome - Vehicle End part number PK11502 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Pollak Wiring - PK11502

  • Trailer Connectors
  • Vehicle End Connector
  • 5 Round
  • Plug Only
  • Pollak

Establish a secure connection between your trailer and your towing vehicle with this 5-pole, round pin, wire-insertion-style socket. Chrome-plated socket has concealed terminals to provide easy assembly and durability.


Features:

  • Chrome-plated, zinc die-cast, 5-pole socket connects trailer to towing vehicle
  • Round, split brass pins
    • Minimum voltage drop is ensured
    • Dielectric (non-conducting) grease coating
      • Protects against corrosion and resistance
    • Maximum current capacity provided
  • Concealed terminals for durability
    • Provide easy assembly
  • Spring-loaded lid
    • Keeps dust and moisture out of interior
  • 2-Hole mounting style


Specs:

  • Volt rating: 12 volts - 24 volts
  • Current rating: 15 amps
  • Mounting screw holes: 1-3/4"
  • Wiring configuration:
    • Color - circuit:
      • White - Ground Return
      • Green - Right Turn and Brake Lights
      • Yellow - Left Turn and Brake Lights
      • Red - Auxiliary Circuit
      • Brown - Tail Lights
  • Recommended wire gauge: 14 to 16 gauge
  • 1-Year limited warranty


11-502P Pollak 5-Way, Round Pin Trailer Wiring Socket, Concealed Terminals - Chrome - Vehicle End

Replaces 11-502






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Pollak 5-Pole, Round Pin Trailer Wiring Socket, Concealed Terminals - Chrome - Vehicle End - PK11502

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (75 Customer Reviews)

Establish a secure connection between your trailer and your towing vehicle with this 5-pole, round pin, wire-insertion-style socket. Chrome-plated socket has concealed terminals to provide easy assembly and durability.

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Nice product. Proper di-cast with chrome finish...not the cheapy plastic one this replaced. I prefer this to the flat-4 plug, because the flat-4 can't really be secured the the vehicle, and most of the time thay are run out the truck over the bumper. I didn't want to risk scuffing the painted bumper cover, plus I have a 3rd brake light on my trailer, which requires a dedicated brake light wire. I installed this on a 2006 WRX and a 1990 Mustang (1 trailer, 2 cars that tow it)



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I purchased the male 5 pin connector on my pull behind motorcycle trailer and the female on my 2008 Harley Davidson. They were the perfect purchase for my application. Thank you.



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I purchased both pieces and got the fifth that I was looking for for my motorcycle. I would recommend this for anyone wanting to wire the motorcycle to pull a trailer.



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Appears to be very well constructed. Only thing that I think could be improved is that it doesn't have a waterproof cover on it. That is easy enough to remedy though by simply using some terminal grease on the contacts to protect them from the weather. I am not mounting this on a vehicle myself, I am building a box for testing trailer wiring and lights. I am trying to include as many of the different types of trailer connectors that are commonly seen on trailers in my area.



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This item is very high quality and protects against weather conditions when not in use. When the female mate is connected, the protective cover on this unit provides a catch to prevent the connection from separating. This item will mount on the rear of my 2010 Honda Goldwing and provide an electrical interface from my Goldwing to my Bushtec trailer for running, brake, & turn lights, to include interior trailer lights. Keep up the good work etrailer!!


Comments
Much better than expected as the finish on the connector is completely free of rust, discoloration, or other imperfections associated with open road use items.. Of course the connector is mounted is a area that is subjected to water, rocks, dust and dirt, however I have not had any problems visually or electrically since installation. Mating of the connectors are still snug with perfectly clean electrical contacts.
Marquis R - 02/24/2015



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This product is not in use at this time. It is a different approach to a rollback wrecker issue with marker lights down the side of the rollback. Original set up was to run 11000 miles of wire so that the rollback could rollback without connecting and disconnecting a plug...The issue was the wire broke down because of all the movement then causing lighting problems ALL the time. Removing all that wire and making only one simple connection eliminated the wire and movement. So the only repair that may be needed is readily accessible. The action needed then was to disconnect the connection before rolling the wrecker back and to.



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Male and female plug-in works great



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Product came quickly and in good order. It was for the most part what I expected. the old one, however, had a plastic inner seal to protect the wires from touching the inside of the product. This one did not . It would be an improvement to have this feature. Total install not yet complete. Will see how it all works when it is all wired up.


Comments
Got it working fine but have not used it for trips yet. Still have to test it on a trip
Mike M - 08/28/2018



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I recently purchased a compact trailer to tow behind my touring motorcyle. I also wanted to be able to tow it behind my car. This 5 pin connector will allow me to do that. It is of good quality and was delivered quickly. It is a specialty item that I could not find locally. I would definitely purchase from etrailer again.



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The trailer connector socket was exactly as described. It worked well. I had to buy some brackets from etrailer to mount it to my Tri-Glide. Those worked well also.


Comments
Did the receptacle have a mounting bracket?
-- comment by: Chuck - 07/27/2013

The receptacle and mounting bracket are a one-piece unit, . The two holes on either side of the socket door can be used with bolts or self-tapping screws to secure the socket to the vehicle. If you need to mount it a bit differently you can purchase different bracket separately like part 118137.

-- Etrailer Expert Patrick B - 7/30/2013

Comments
After a year the socket is still working great. It is nice and tight, no fear of it coming lose. Great product.
Bob L - 07/08/2014


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Exactly as ordered. Fast shipping. Would order from again.


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Just fine.
John C - 10/16/2020


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Its exactly what I was hoping for. Same kind as what I had before, makes for a great connection. And the troubling shooting info on different wiring problems was most helpful.


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Its working great. No problems at all
Freddy - 03/15/2018



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Great item..looks great on my GL1800 Go ldwing



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I've had the receptacle and plug version of this installed between a homemade truckbed trailer and my older toyota truck for several years and it works great, good connection, and easy to install. I went with the 5 conductors as all I needed were left/right signals, brake and running lights. I drive offroad a lot with the trailer without problems. I just received my second order, for an additional trailer, and the plug is really tight, thanks to the conductors being slightly too spread. I'll have to pinch the pins a bit to loosen the fit - easy enough. Otherwise it'd be 5 stars!



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Excellent product. I had difficulty finding a 5 pin connector locally. When I found this product on the internet I ordered it immediately and am delighted with it. I can't believe how inexpensive it is. Could have paid 10 times as much for a competitor's model but this one works just dandy for me. Even if I had to replace it every year, which I know I won't have to do, I would still be way ahead. The service provided by etrailer was exceptional. These guys are at the top of my list for future orders! Thanks



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I like the look, and really easy to install, just make sure you do not strip much off the wire so you can put it through the hole under the screw, so as to not have any extra wire sticking out because they are really close.



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ETrailer had the parts I couldn't locate, anywhere else, at a fair price. Shipping was reasonable and not another profit item as other companies. Shipment was received in two days. Last used for a trailer hitch for my GMC. Always a great company to do business with. Of course I recommend them for all your towing and truck needs.



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We purchased this because we had one of these installed on a vehicle, and were planning to use this for a jumper on a second vehicle. The style was changed from the older version, so we needed to purchase both pieces of the connection set.



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I am impressed with this company. When I placed my order I had instant communication until it was delivered which was quick too I might add. I just installed this in place of the 5 pin flat hookup I had for my boat trailer and I am very satisfied. I got tired of having to tie the connectors together and worry about them every trip I took. Thanks for good service and good products



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Quality made product that was easy to add to my motorcycle wiring. Works very well with the mating plug on my trailer. Very happy with price, delivery time, and simplicity.



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PK11502 matched up perfectly with the other half of the 5 pin connection on the trailer. I used a shrink sleeve and some weatherproof silicone tape to make the connection weatherproof.


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