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Pollak Black Plastic, 7-Pole, RV Blade-Style Trailer Socket - Vehicle End

Pollak Black Plastic, 7-Pole, RV Blade-Style Trailer Socket - Vehicle End

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Establish a secure connection between your towing vehicle and trailer with this 7-pole, RV blade-style socket. Black plastic socket has non-corroding, shock-resistant interior design that eliminates shorting out and is color-coded to RVI standards. Lowest Prices for the best wiring from Pollak. Pollak Black Plastic, 7-Pole, RV Blade-Style Trailer Socket - Vehicle End part number PK12-707E can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Pollak Wiring - PK12-707E

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

Establish a secure connection between your towing vehicle and trailer with this 7-pole, RV blade-style socket. Black plastic socket has non-corroding, shock-resistant interior design that eliminates shorting out and is color-coded to RVI standards.


Features:

  • Standard, 7-pole, RV blade-style socket connects tow vehicle to trailer
  • Black plastic construction
    • Eliminates rusting
    • Enhances appearance
    • Prevents difficulty in plug removal
  • Non-corroding, shock-resistant interior design
    • Terminal reinforcer dams eliminate shorting out
      • Prevent contact from spreading
    • Center pins accepts up to 8-gauge wire
    • Vinyl inserts keep out dirt and moisture
  • Spring-loaded lid with stainless steel spring and rubber gasket
    • Prevents leaks when closed
    • Drain slot has angled design for drainage
    • Secures trailer-end connector in socket
  • Safety latch
    • Ensures connector is plugged into socket
  • Color-coded to RVI standards


Specs:

  • Wiring configuration:
    • Color - circuit - recommended wire gauge:
      • White - Ground - 10 gauge
      • Blue - Electric Brake - 12 gauge
      • Green - Tail, License, and Running Lights - 14 gauge
      • Black - Battery Charge - 10 gauge
      • Red - Stop and Left-Hand Turn Signal - 14 gauge
      • Brown - Stop and Right-Hand Turn Signal - 14 gauge
      • Yellow - Auxiliary Circuit - 14 gauge
  • Distance between mounting holes center to center: 2-1/4" wide x 1-1/2" tall
  • 1-Year limited warranty


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12-707E Pollak Black Plastic, 7-Way, RV-Style Trailer Socket - Vehicle End





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Video Transcript for Review of Pollak Wiring - Trailer Connectors - PK12-707E

Today we're going to take a look at the Pollack black plastic seven-way RV blade-style trailer socket for the vehicle end.Now this is a standard seven-way RV blade-style socket that'll connect your tow vehicle to your trailer. It's a nice black plastic construction. Helps eliminate any rusting. It enhances the appearance, and prevents difficulty in plug removal.it does have this nice, when you open the lid, there's a little latch under here. The safety latch will ensure that when you plug in your trailer connector, that it stays plugged into the socket.What I'm going to do now is just show you the inside of it. We'll go ahead and take these.

There's just two screws here on the side that you just unscrew.Take one of them out. And there's one on the other side.And once you get both screws out, all you have to do is just tap it and the inside part will come loose. You just open it up, and there's where you'll make your connections. You can see here, they use non-corroding, shock-resistant interior design on this.They do have the terminal reinforcing dams. In other words, if you look between where all your connections meet, there's a little dam there that keeps the contact from spreading.The center pin right here will accept up to an 8-gauge size wire.

And they do have nice final inserts to keep out any dirt and moisture.And again, when you go to connect this, you just run your trailer harness wire right in through here, and then you'll be dropping this, pull it through here and make your connections as needed, and then drop that right in there.Now on this part you can see it's a nice, spring-loaded lid. It has a nice stainless-steel spring. And on the inside is a nice rubber gasket to help prevent any leaks when this lid's closed. The drain slot on it is angled designed for drainage.And the latch, as we mentioned, that safety latch right up there, that's used to secure the trailer end connector to the socket.Now the studs use the color-coded RVI standards. Few specs on this.And if you noticed where each terminal is, they have imprinted a number, and then the color.

Black, brown, blue. And each one, when you do your connection of our trailer wiring harness, you don't want to take the color of the wire and connect it.What you want to do is test the trailer wiring first to make sure what the wire is for. You don't always want to hook it color to color, so you do want to do that.But basically the way this one's set up, where it's marked white, that would be the ground. That takes up to a 10-gauge wire. Where it's marked blue, that would be the electric brake connection.

That takes up to a 12-gauge wire.The green is for the tail lights and running lights. That takes up to a 14-gauge wire. The black on this would be the battery charge up to 10-gauge wire.The red connection is the stop and left-hand turn signal. Takes up to a 14-gauge wire.The brown would be stop and right-hand turn signal. That's again 14-gauge wire.And then the center is the yellow. That's an auxiliary circuit. That'll take up to a 14-gauge wire.Now the distance between the mounting holes on this. We take our ruler center to center width-wise is 2 1/4 inches. Height-wise center to center is right at 1 1/2 inches. And then again, when you run your wire through here, bring it out here, make your connections.Once you're done all you have to do is drop this back in, and there's a little cut-out here. And that cut-out you'll just line up with the bottom right there. And then once that lines up, you just push it all the way in. Then you'll take your two screws here to secure it.And just go ahead and put those right back in. And once you get that one tightened, you take one on the other side. And again, just go ahead and put that up. Tighten that all the way down.And then once it's all tightened, you're all set up and ready to go.But that should do it for the review on the Pollack black plastic seven-way RV blade-style trailer socket for the vehicle end.


Customer Reviews

Pollak Black Plastic, 7-Pole, RV Blade-Style Trailer Socket - Vehicle End - PK12-707E

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (163 Customer Reviews)

Establish a secure connection between your towing vehicle and trailer with this 7-pole, RV blade-style socket. Black plastic socket has non-corroding, shock-resistant interior design that eliminates shorting out and is color-coded to RVI standards.

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Easy install 484628



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I ordered this item because the current one in use was damaged by a bumper drag and needed a replacement. After removing the old receiver and installing the new receiver I then went to plug in my trailer to verify that the plug was working. When plugging in the male end into the receiver two of the blade terminals pushed out the back of the new receiver. I pulled them back out with needle node pliers and tried again but they pushed back into the receiver again. I ended up having to use the internals of my old receiver and putting them into the new receiver housing. I was fortunate that it worked in the new housing. I can't get too upset because this is a inexpensive product. The housing was OK but the internals were cheaply made. I will not purchase this particular item again. First bad experience with an etrailer product. 614316



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Donna, thank you for your assistance, All products arrived,just as you described. Thanks again 613402



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Put this in the bed of my new truck. So much better than the Hoppy I had in the last one. Brake connection much better with this one. Should have known better the last time!! 479113



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Easy install, wire colors on plug do not match my truck. Other than that, it work as promised. 128324


Comments
The spring on the cover broke
norty - 04/30/2015

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I ordered all the parts required to safely flat tow out 2017 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk from etrailer.com. The only part they didn't have was the Mopar Flat Tow Enhancement kit Jeep requires to flat tow this model. Ordering from them was great, the website is easy to use and I was able to locate all the pieces compatible with my specific vehicle. The expert recommendations help my decision choosing the right parts. I ordered from etrailer even though I found some of the parts on other websites a little cheaper. I chose to pay a little more because of all the effort etrailer has put into installation videos and guides. I was very pleasantly surprised to learn from etrailer that they have a price match guarantee! So my equipment consisted of the following Mopar Flat Tow Enhancement Kit (from Jeep) Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Towed Vehicles Mighty Cord 7-Way RV Style Trailer Connector - Trailer End WesBarg 7-Way, RV-Style Connector w/ 6' Long Coiled Cable Trailer End Pollak Black Plastic, 7-Pole, RV Blade-Style Trailer Socket - Vehicle End Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles SMI Stay-IN-Play DUO Supplemental Braking System Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay Kit for Towed Vehicles Blue Ox Alpha Tow Bar - Motor Home Mount - 6,500 lbs Blue Ox Base Plate Kit - Removable Arms Blue Ox Tow Bar Cover - Aladdin, Aventa LX, Aventa II The installation videos are great but not all inclusive. Take the time to read the instructions that come with the parts. This is a major project, I took about 30 hrs over a full week but as you'll see in the pictures I took s few extra steps to make a cleaner look. Some of those extra steps: The base plate install requires the bumper be modified cutting off a flange on each side, I spray painted this to prevent corrosion. In the install video of the baseplate on the drivers side they use an extra quick link (not included) to run the safety cable around the wiper fluid reservoir. I took the time to remove it and run the safety cable behind it. I didn't want our nice new vehicle to look like it can be towed so I played the brake away switch and 7 way trailer plug behind the license plate, so when not being towed our vehicle looks great! Some things to be aware of. The Brake air cylinder that mounts to the brake pedal with four bolts may need longer bolts, it did on our Jeep. Spend the money for weather tight heat shrink crimp fittings. The Hopkins wire harness was about 1.5 feet short to get to my plug location. Buy extra zip ties, electrical tape and split loom. I recommend reading all the various installation manuals and watching all the videos because the various components integrate together and if you install one at a time you'll be doing a bunch of extra work. The brake light relay is a real pain in the butt, not because of the hardware but because of the location of the brake light switch which is very hard to get to. Overall I am very happy with the products and how the installation looks. We haven't towed it yet but do not expect any problems. 413526


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Still very happy with our purchase. We’ve towed over 10k miles and have had zero issues with our tow setup. I’ve shared my experience with several other RVrs and recommended your company for their needs. Thank you
Roy - 07/30/2018

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As described and delivery was right on time. Communication was excellent. Thanks. 746996



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works great ordering was easy 736147



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Great product and just what I needed! Delivery was quick and customer service was great to work with. 714280



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great service , product , pricing and fast delivery ! 715271



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As always products are excellent. And always delivered in a timely manner. 707414



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The part is heavy duty and a good replacement. The terminals are color coded, the green terminal turned out to be the brown wire. Check each terminal to verify they connected correctly. When I put the right turn Signal on, the tail lights came on and right turn signal was dim. Switched the brown wire to the green terminal and green to the brown terminal and worked correctly. 707285


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This is a common problem folks run into when working on 7-way trailer wiring. Traditional SAE wiring code uses a Green wire for the right turn and brake signal, while RV Standard wiring code uses Green for the tail and running lights. This PK12-707E connector is coded to RV Standard, while your vehicle uses Traditional SAE wiring. I have linked a help article with more information on these wiring codes for you.
-- Victoria B - 10/07/2019

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I've been using it for a year now, no issues, seems quality made and easy to wire up. 688187



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I ordered a part from etrailer for my RV hookup. Barely a week before vacation, I realized that I was sent the wrong part. Jesse M found the right part and expedited the shipping at no charge. Great service. 674605



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Used in mixed fleet applications. Reliable quality, easy to install. 672331



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Original connector only had small light weight spring for the door on the connector. This replacement is made much better than original. Door has double spring. Should last a long time 649782



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Great value and product 647882



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Product received in a timely manner. Product was exactly as described and what I need. 634893



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Had my local service station mount it to the front of my RAM 3500. Allows Electric brakes to release when pushing boat trailer into storage using front of truck. Technician added a separate switch to active backup lights. Works great. Thanks 629700



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Works Great 617122



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This product works great and the company was great on updates and delivery very prompt ! I will definitely order from E- Trailer on my trailer needs . Thank you 602777



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little tight in holes but well made good screw ins for wires good overall performance 593091



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Fit perfectly 576605



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Works well. 570454



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Fast shipping as usual. Great people to do business with!! 567207


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