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Pollak Replacement 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket - Vehicle End

Pollak Replacement 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket - Vehicle End

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This 7-pole, sealed, RV-style trailer connector plugs into the factory socket on your truck or SUV. Connector is an exact OE replacement on Chevy, Ford, GMC and Nissan. Lowest Prices for the best wiring from Pollak. Pollak Replacement 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket - Vehicle End part number PK11893 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Pollak Wiring - PK11893

  • Trailer Connectors
  • Vehicle End Connector
  • 7 Blade
  • Plug Only
  • Pollak

This 7-pole, sealed, RV-style trailer connector plugs into the factory socket on your truck or SUV. Connector is an exact OE replacement on Chevy, Ford, GMC and Nissan.


Features:

  • Replacement 7-pole, sealed socket, RV-style trailer connector
  • High-impact nylon construction
    • Resists corrosion
  • Spring-loaded lid with stainless steel spring and runner gasket
    • Prevents leaks when closed
    • Drain slot has angled design for drainage
    • Secures trailer-end connector in socket
  • Copper-plated terminal pins
    • High conductivity and low resistance
    • Sealed with silicone at the back of the socket
      • Prevents moisture from contacting mating connector
  • Mounting bracket and hardware available to secure connector (sold separately)


Specs:

  • Application: Ford, Chevy, GMC and Nissan OEM sockets
  • Current rating: 30 amps
  • Volt rating: 12 volts
  • 1-Year limited warranty


back up 7-way connector

Back side of the replacement 7-way connector.

location of OEM connector

Pictured is the OEM connector of a Chevy truck. The connector is located above the spare tire and plugs into the replacement 7-way connector (PK11893).

plug installed on vehicle

Replacement 7-way plug installed on vehicle OEM connector.





11-893 Pollak Replacement 7-Way, RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket - Vehicle End
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Pollak Replacement 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket - Vehicle End - PK11893

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (343 Customer Reviews)

This 7-pole, sealed, RV-style trailer connector plugs into the factory socket on your truck or SUV. Connector is an exact OE replacement on Chevy, Ford, GMC and Nissan.

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Perfect replacement for the Tekonsha OEM Replacement Vehicle Wiring Harness with 7-Way Trailer Connector which I had lost 940799



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It's perfect. Exactly like the original. 940432



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Audi

Worked great. If you have a VW or Audi that has a factory hitch all the wiring is already installed. All You will need is a adapter for the brake controller. 939710



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Very pleased with product and shipment. 933229



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Although I have not actually installed the part there is not doubt that it will fit and work just fine. Thanks for your courteous assistance and promptness in shipping. 933214



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2002 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty

Exact replacement on 2002 F350! Getting the right part is plug and play and a substantial time saver compared to installing a new mounting bracket and individual wires that would be required for a universal socket. 932647



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Good value 927458



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The part was perfect and arrived very quickly. Will be saving this site!! 920772



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Just right! Thank you. 913541



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Volkswagen

Fits well into my 18 VW Atlas wiring harness, wish it came with the hardware to secure it on to the mounting bracket. 913113



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Great selection . Fast shipping and communications. Thank upu 909382



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Worked great and arrived days earlier than expected 906615



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The wiring has been flawless. No problems at all. However I did not use the trailer connector socket. I was having constant problems before, 904529



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fit great and fast shipping, thanks! 904421



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2006 Ford F-150

Quick delivery, very easy to order. 903973



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Talking about service,called after hours and got help to solve my damaged part,talked to a representative that knew his business,ordering was simple and easy.I give them****** six stars 898096



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2006 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty

the part was spot on correct and shipping was fast,,thank you 897605



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A plus 896274



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Had replace the screws mild steel screws and they rust 894418



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2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500

Product was exactly as advertised, and the shipping was very fast! 883133



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Excellent service! They were awesome to work with! 880949


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  • Troubleshooting Electric Lockout on Trailer with Surge Coupler
    Your description of your trailer setup indicates that your surge coupler has an electric lockout feature to allow you to reverse the trailer without the surge brakes engaging. Some surge couplers use a manual lockout but yours has a solenoid with two wires (ground and hot) that take in the truck's reverse light signal; this closes the solenoid so no hydraulic brake fluid pressure can reach your brakes when you back up. Somewhere in your wiring you are losing your connection to the Silverado's...
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    Attached are some photos of the typical wiring functions for truck and trailer 7-Way blade connectors, like parts # PK11893 and # PK12706. If you typical pull a trailer that has a 7-Way connector then you want to follow the pin out diagrams I mentioned. If the chippers that you tow have a different configuration then the Hopkins Adapter # HM47535 will likely do the trick because you can change it so that the center pin is either related to the electric brakes or the 12V power. If you...
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  • How To Mount Pollak Connector PA66GF30
    The Pollak Connector PA66GF30 I believe is the same if not similar to the Pollak Replacement 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket part # PK11893. If that is the case you can use the Mounting Bracket part # PK12711U and Curt No-Drill Bracket for 6-Way or 7-Way Round Trailer Connector Mounting Bracket part # C57202 to mount this to the trailer hitch.
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  • 7-Way Trailer Wiring Replacement On 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 Mega Cab
    I do have an option for you but the Pollak Replacement 7-Pole, RV-Style Trailer Connector Socket - Vehicle End part # PK11893 is not fit for the 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 Mega Cab. I recommend Hopkins Endurance 7-way trailer connector part # HM42190 which will plug into the factory wiring in the truck.
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  • How to Power Third Brake Light of 2017 Chevy Colorado
    Your 2017 Chevy Colorado does not have a dedicated brake light circuit for powering a camper shell third brake light. Your best option would be to tap into your trailer wiring with the # 118158 and then run the red wire to the third brake light.
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    It sounds like you have tested your truck with other trailers and your trailer with other trucks and have found the wiring circuits to connect and function correctly. This tends to suggest that there is just an issue between the two specific connectors. 7-way sockets and plugs like # PK11893 that you referenced and # A10-7W6 will vary slightly in their fit with one another so in some cases one or more circuits in the 7-way, such as the trailer brake circuit for example, may not make good...
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    If you already have the Pollak PA66-MD40 you referenced, then the # PK11893-11933 is the correct replacement part. If you meant you also have a 6-way square plug on the trailer and the 7-way on your vehicle, I recommend the 7-way to 4-way adapter like # TR20141 and then using the Adapter 4 Way Flat to 6 Way Square for Jayco # 30104.
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  • Is there a Standard Wire Color and Function Code for a 7-Way Trailer Connector on a 2005 GMC Sierra
    Yes, there is no standard wiring color code so the wire functions could be anything. The only way to know for sure is to test the wires using a circuit tester such as # PTW2991. The ground will not have any voltage on it, or at least it should not unless there is a short to ground. The other wires will show power when the function associated with each one is activated (running lights, left/right turn and brake lights, reverse lights, 12 volt power which could be on all the time, and...
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    Let's begin by making sure you have the controller wired to the GM brake controller pigtail correctly. The red pigtail wire connects to the black brake controller wire The light blue pigtail wire connects to the red brake controller wire The black pigtail wire connects to the white brake controller wire The blue pigtail wire and the blue brake controller wire attach together If the pigtail is correctly wired to the brake controller, then you'll want to check the CHMSL fuse. This...
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  • Location of the CHMSL Circuit on a 2012 Chevy Silverado for a Camper Shell Third Brake Light
    There is a bundle of wires under the brake pedal of your 2012 Chevy Silverado that will have an orange wire that should be used to power the third brake light of the camper shell. I have also read that the light blue wire under the rear of your vehicle in the harness near the trailer connector will also work, but I would recommend you use a circuit tester like our # PTW2993 to make sure that this wire only sees voltage when the brakes are applied and none when the blinkers are on without...
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  • Replacement 7-Way Recommendation for Intertek on Monaco Motorhome
    Thanks for the picture of the 7-way you have on your Motorhome. While we don't carry the Intertek brand the Pollak 7-way part # PK11893 that you referenced is a direct replacement since thankfully the RV industry uses the same design. So this will plug right into the round connector your current 7-way has and work well.
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  • Replacement 7-Way Trailer Connector Recommendation for a 2014 Audi Q7
    The Pollak 7-Way part # PK11893 that you referenced has been confirmed to fit your 2014 Audi Q7 so I would recommend it for you. It will connect right up to the harness that is on your vehicle. Check out the picture I attached to see the dimensions of the harness and the install bolt hole pattern. If you wanted harness that comes with a 4-way as well you would want the part # HM40975.
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  • Troubleshooting Tail Light Issues On A 2007 Gulf Stream Conquest Travel Trailer
    I would start determining if the problem is on the trailer or the tow vehicle side of the wiring. You will need to use a circuit tester like our part # PTW2993 to test the functions of the trailer wiring harness on your tow vehicle. A video is included to show how this is done. While your testing the running light pin on your tow vehicle make sure the connector is clean and free of corrosion. Do the same for the trailer's connector. If the problem is on the tow vehicle then most likely...
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    For your 12V power under your tonneau, I recommend the Extang B-Light LED Lighting System for Truck Beds - Hardwired # EX315 which is normally mounted to 12V power in your cab. If you want constant 12V power under your bed, you can tap into the 12V power wire that goes to your 7-way trailer connector. Alternatively, you can use the Extang e-Light 500 LED Utility Light for Truck Beds # EX415 which uses a rechargeable battery. If decide to add a second 7-way to your bed, the Draw-Tite...
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  • Wiring a 1992 Dodge W250 Pickup Truck for a 7-Way and 4-Way
    Since you do not have a factory trailer wiring you will need to start with a 4-way (if you do not have one). For that you would want the # 118317. If you don't tow a trailer with brakes all you would need at this point to convert a 7-way is # 37185. This has a 4-way and 7-way at the connector. If you do have a trailer with brakes instead of the # 37185 you would want to convert the 4-way to a 7-way so that you can install the brake controller. For that you will want the Brake Controller...
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  • Replacement 7-Way Connector Recommendation for a 2005 Toyota Tacoma
    7-Way trailer wiring connector now have a universal style of connector on the back of them that looks like the blue connector in the picture I attached. Because of that all you would need to replace your 7-way in your 2005 Toyota Tacoma is the part # PK11893.
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  • 7-Way Trailer Connector on Newmar Motorhome Missing Pin for 12-Volt Auxiliary Power to Trailer
    The pins themselves aren't available separately. Your best course of action would be to replace your existing 7-way with one like the # PK11893 you mentioned. The pigtail, part # PK11998 would plug into the back of the replacement connector, and to activate the 12-volt power supply circuit, you'd need to run a length of 10 gauge wire # 10-1-1, which is sold by the foot from the black wire on the pigtail to the positive battery terminal with a 40 amp circuit breaker # 9510 installed inline. Keep...
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    The only difference between 7-Way Utility and 7-Way RV is the color of the wires. The pin outs are the exact same so either would work just fine with the other. If you check out the picture I attached you'll see that the functions are all the same.
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    The factory 5th wheel/gooseneck wiring harness will be bundled up either behind the spare tire at the bumper beam or on the driver-side frame rail behind the rear tire. The factory harness will have a plug, likely with a cap, that connects to the back of a 7-way connector, like # PK11893, and is likely protected by wire loom. This harness should be long enough to reach to the side of the bed to install a 7-way trailer connector. If you cannot find the factory 5th wheel/gooseneck harness,...
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    The easiest way to use your vehicle's 7-way trailer connector to power up the third brake light on your truck cap is to first locate the right and left turn signal wires behind your 7-way. Then simply tap into those and install the Pacer Performance 3rd Brake Light Logic Module # PP20-702 using the two yellow wires. Finally, run the green wire to the third brake light on your camper shell. Using the Logic Module will keep the third brake light from flashing when you apply your turn...
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    I didn't catch what trailer wiring harness you were using on your 2017 BMW X3 but regardless, you will need to test the running light pin on the 4-way to see if you have power. If you do then the issue is on the trailer but if not then the issue is on the vehicle. In regards to a poor ground, this can cause all sorts of weird issues so it could very well cause a problem for the running light circuit but not the stop/turn circuits. Therefore, I would check this on both the vehicle side connector...
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    The 2010 Ford Expedition should have a round connector at the rear of the vehicle where your 4 pin plug is plugged in. If there is a round connector there you can use the Replacement Multi-Tow 7-Way and 4 Pole Trailer Connector, item # 74682, to replace the 4-Way OEM connector on your Expedition. If your Expedition does not have the mating round connector under the rear of the vehicle you will need to use a 4-Way to 7-Way adapter like item # 37185, to provide a 7-Way connector at the...
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    To wire up the third brake light of your ARE camper shell will require you to find the third brake light circuit of your truck. The main trailer wiring harness is located under the truck bed, usually above the spare tire. There is usually a socket for your trailer connector to plug into, but if you peel back the wire loom you will find a light blue wire further up in the wiring harness that is intended for use for a third brake lamp on a camper shell.
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  • Brackets for Installing 7-way Trailer Connector on 2004 Chevy Silverado
    To install a 7-way like part # PK11893 on that generation GM truck, we typically use a mounting bracket, part # C57202 that mounts to the crossbar of the hitch using a band clamp. Part # 18138 is used to connect the 7-way to the bracket. Many times folks are tempted just to screw the bracket directly into the crossbar of the hitch. Adding holes to or modifying the hitch in any way can weaken it structurally and will void its warranty. If there is a suitable mounting point under the...
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  • Are the Pollak 7-Way Connectors part # PK12707 and # PK12706 Designed to Work Together
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    If the blue wire is hot on your 2008 Ford F-150 (I am assuming under the truck, forward of the factory trailer connector) then that sounds like the 12 volt power wire. Which is strange since it is normally the orange wire like in the help article I have linked. If they are switched then that would mean the orange wire in this case is either the brake output wire from a brake controller or it serves some other unknown function. One way to determine which wire is the correct wire for brake...
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