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Hopkins 7-Way RV Style Connector w/ Molded Cable and LED Test Lights - Trailer End - 6' Long

Hopkins 7-Way RV Style Connector w/ Molded Cable and LED Test Lights - Trailer End - 6' Long

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The LED test lights on this molded, 7-way, RV-style, trailer-end connector confirm connectivity between your trailer and vehicle for simple troubleshooting. Durable cable covering resists damage. Great Prices for the best trailer wiring from Hopkins. Hopkins 7-Way RV Style Connector w/ Molded Cable and LED Test Lights - Trailer End - 6' Long part number HM20086 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Hopkins Trailer Wiring - HM20086

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

The LED test lights on this molded, 7-way, RV-style, trailer-end connector confirm connectivity between your trailer and vehicle for simple troubleshooting. Durable cable covering resists damage.


Features:

  • Pre-wired, 7-way, blade-style, trailer-end connector allows you to connect your trailer to your vehicle
  • Built-in LED lights provide easy troubleshooting
    • Illuminate to verify that the connector is receiving power from your tow vehicle
    • Labeled for each function on your trailer
  • Easy-to-grip tabs allow for simple plug in and disconnect
  • Flexible cable allows for easier positioning when connected
  • Molded cable sleeving protects wires
    • Durable covering is insulated and corrosion-resistant
  • Simple installation
    • Hardwire to existing trailer wiring


Specs:

  • Cable length: 6'
  • Wiring configuration:
    • White: ground wire
    • Red: left turn/brake light
    • Brown: right turn/brake light
    • Green: tail lights
    • Yellow: reverse lights
    • Blue: electric brakes
    • Black: auxiliary power
  • 90-Day limited warranty


20086 Hopkins 7-Way, RV-style Connector Cable with LED Tester - 6 Feet




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Hopkins 7-Way RV Style Connector w/ Molded Cable and LED Test Lights - Trailer End - 6' Long - HM20086

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (19 Customer Reviews)

The LED test lights on this molded, 7-way, RV-style, trailer-end connector confirm connectivity between your trailer and vehicle for simple troubleshooting. Durable cable covering resists damage.

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I purchased this to replace the one on my 5th wheel RV that had a bad onnection. I have been using it for a year and at 22 RV parks to date as a full time Rver. It is still working flawlessly.



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Fits nice and snug in the socket I think it's going to really do the job. This is for a boat trailer that in and out of the saltwater. I'm real curious to see how this holds up. This is the first time I've tried a rubber molded trailer wiring.



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Solidly built, high quality materials. 1st time amateur wiring of a trailer. Im going to study some "how to" videos. But I've got the right materials for a successful project.



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I like the lights on the plug- saved me a midnight question about whether my trailer or tow vehicle had a fault.



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Great product. Wires matched the colors in my control box. Made switching plug a snap. Only wish it came with ring connectors.



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Excellent product. Indicator lights immediately inform you of a problem should one occur, as well as indicating specifically which wire is causing the problem.



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I ordered one Monday morning and received it on Tuesday afternoon. Everything was in the box and in excellent shape. I got everything installed the same evening following the instructions on the website. I tested it and everything works correctly. Thankyou etrailer!!!



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Received cable fast. Looks like it will work great, putting it on next week



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I like the light that tells you it’s wo rking



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So far so good.



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Awesome!! Locally they wanted $75 I paid less, exactly as described. Combined with a few other items I needed and got free shipping!! Product was exactly as described.



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Seems good, have not installed yet



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Working Great.



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  • What Gauge Wire is Used w/ the Hopkins 7-Way RV Style Connector?
    14, 12, and 10 gauge wires. The wire gauges of the Hopkins 7-Way RV Style Connector w/ Molded Cable and LED Test Lights item # HM20086 breaks down as listed below: 14-Gauge - Red, Brown, Green, and Yellow 12-Gauge - Blue 10-Gauge - White and Black
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