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Hopkins 7-Way RV Style Connector with Molded Cable - Trailer End - 8' Long - RV Standard

Hopkins 7-Way RV Style Connector with Molded Cable - Trailer End - 8' Long - RV Standard

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Replace your damaged 7-way, RV-style, trailer-end connector with this molded cable. Durable cable covering resists damage. Wiring codes are RV standard. Great Prices for the best trailer wiring from Hopkins. Hopkins 7-Way RV Style Connector with Molded Cable - Trailer End - 8' Long - RV Standard part number H20046 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-496-5010 for expert service.
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Hopkins Trailer Wiring - H20046

  • Trailer Connectors
  • Trailer End Connector
  • 7 Round - Blade
  • Plug and Lead
  • 6 - 10 Feet Long
  • Hopkins

Replace your damaged 7-way, RV-style, trailer-end connector with this molded cable. Durable cable covering resists damage. Wiring codes are RV standard.


Features:

  • Pre-wired, 7-way, blade-style, trailer-end connector allows you to connect your trailer to your vehicle
  • Easy-to-grip tabs allow for simple plug in and disconnect
  • Flexible cable allows for easy positioning
  • Molded cable sleeving protects wires
    • Durable covering is insulated and corrosion resistant
  • Simple installation
    • Hardwire to existing trailer wiring
  • Meets SAE standards


Specs:

  • Cable length: 8'
  • Wire gauges:
    • 14 Gauge - Red, brown, green, and yellow
    • 12 Gauge - Blue
    • 10 Gauge - White and black
  • 90-Day limited warranty



Wiring Code
Molded Connector Function Usual Trailer Wire
White Wire Ground White Wire
Red Wire Left Turn and Brake Yellow Wire
Brown Wire Right Turn and Brake Green Wire
Green Wire Tail Lights Brown Wire
Blue Wire Brake Power Blue Wire
Black Wire Aux. Black Wire
Yellow Wire Reverse Lights Purple Wire



20047 Hopkins 7-Way Molded Trailer Wire Connector, 8' Long

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Hopkins 7-Way RV Style Connector with Molded Cable - Trailer End - 8' Long - RV Standard - H20046

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (748 Customer Reviews)

Replace your damaged 7-way, RV-style, trailer-end connector with this molded cable. Durable cable covering resists damage. Wiring codes are RV standard.

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I had to get a longer pigtail for my fifth wheel since the stock one kept pulling the plug and breaking the flap on hard left turns. This pigtail solved the issue and has worked flawlessly on my Ram 3500 since installation.

P.S. E-Trailer saved my bacon when I broke two of four leaf springs on a trip from WA state to TX last winter. I hobbled into a nice RV park in El Paso TX and proceeded to call e-trailer. The gal on the other end made sure I had the right springs and hardware to replace all four leaf springs (overnighted $$$) and did her best to get them to me as fast as possible. They did not have the exact replacements so I opted for the spring that had the extra leaf, which probably should have been the correct one to begin with. I went to the local hardware store to get a few tools I didn't have on my truck (puller, torque wrench and plastic hammer) so I could finish the job. I replaced all four leafs in the RV park and was back on the road in three days from the time they broke. The replacement springs are far better and smoother than the original ones and lifted the fifth wheel about a half inch, which made it completely level. I'm totally happy with E-trailer and would HIGHLY recommend that they be the first call when you need anything for your travel needs. She also called me back several times to make sure I was doing OK...where do you get that service these days? Jim S.




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The installation was easy and so far after a year of use and outdoor storage, the wire and connector are holding up great. Installed on a 2018 Rockwood 2906WS camper trailer.

Very happy with the product quality. Very pleased with etrailer.




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I installed this Hopkins connector cable on my 2003 Jayco 12 Sd popup camper because I replaced hydraulic brakes on it with the electric brakes. Needed some extra wires. Four were not enough to operate the lights and electric brakes. Installation was quick. I had to match wires on the trailer with cable wires. Cable looks great and so far it works great. We just checked out on our first camping trip this year.




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There ia a color code standard for trailer wiring.
This product does not follow that standard! Ohm out your wiring or use a simple test light to determine what color wire is giving you which light/power/brake voltage. Very sad




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Been very happy with the 90 degree wiring harness over the past year. It saved running the 7 pin connector over the tailgate. Replacing the 7 pin connector with new Junction box helped in cleaning up the mess in the old box. The new 7 pin wiring harness is lighter & more flexible. All 3 products are still working well and have saved me time & functionality.




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Etrailer has Great Products for REpairing or building trailers!




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Quality plug connector, works well and I'm sure will last a long time.




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Another quality product that is as desc ribed




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Bulletproof. I will order this again for future projects.




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Nice heavy duty. The cable jacket does shrink back from the plug a bit over time. I wish they were available with the other 7-way color scheme.




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Well insulated and was easily able to splice this cable into my existing system to replace the one that was damaged.




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My wire harness was easy to install, looked great and performed great. One year later and it still looks and performs great! I definitely recommend to anyone building their own trailer or are looking to upgrade to better wiring! My homemade trailer was a great success, thanks to etrailer.com!




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Just what I needed as a replacement cord




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Order took a long time to arrive but was exactly what we ordered when it did get here. I understand the challenge is a shortage of labor at the distribution center.




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I am replacing the trailer connection wiring harness as part of the brake system. My 5th wheel trailer is now 10 years old so this is a preventive maintenance step in the process. Hopefully with new wheel/brake parts my trailer brakes will work better.
Thanks ETrailer.com and Rebecca for great support.




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Needed a new pigtail due to a short in my cable from wear. Spliced it in with the 7pin junction box and back on the road.




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Pros: Best wire gauge in a 7 pin connector I could find.

Cons: reverse lights (red), left turn (yellow), right turn (green), and running light (brown) and not wired correctly in the plug for their respective wire colors.

I bought this for a sealed plug with good gauge wire to help save some time. What I got was a total headache trying to find out the problem of why it was not working correctly. This might not have been so bad had it not been on a new to me truck that I was not so trusting of the wiring in it. So I wound up looking at the truck first not thinking the plug would be wired incorrectly.

Be warned.




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Very good product. Easy to install. Would recommend to anyone.




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Had some real issues with this one. Should have noticed when purchasing this harness is not wired using standard truck/trailer color format. Other than that it went together fairly nice. If the connector would come apart I was thinking of fixing the wiring my self.




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I was a little worried about this 7 wire cable because the price was quite a bit lower that the other products. But I was totally wrong about it. This is a very high quality and heavy duty product.I will buy another one for my Dad's cargo trailer.




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Exact replacement for my 2018 Keystone Springdale. Good purchase- I carry a spare, seems like these cords only get damaged after dark!




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Thanks for your help with parts for my trailer build. My wife and I are still making custom cabinets out of curly maple. We hope to finish this winter. We have taken it out 7 times this season. Thanks again.




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Part of brake wiring assembly. I followed etrailer's wiring diagram.




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only negative is nothing to say what wire goes to what function. basically no diagram sheet but that is easily found Info




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Perfect fitment.



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