Curt Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring - Trailer Hitch Wiring - C56366 Review

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Review of Curt Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring C56366


Today we're going to be taking a look at CURT T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with a 7-Way Trailer Connector. This product fits certain years of the Honda Pilot and Honda Ridgeline. To ensure that this is a fit for your vehicle you can use the vehicle fit guide located at etrailer.com. Once installed this is going to provide a seven way blade style trailer connector at the back of your vehicle to power your trailers signal lights. This is compatible with four pull, five pull, and six pull adapters. Adapters are sold separately. The black box on here, on this portion of the harness or kit, this is a tail light converter.

This is going to ensure that your vehicles wiring matches that of your trailers. The power module connects directly to the vehicle battery through the wiring to avoid overloading the vehicles electrical system. It's constructed using surface mount technology for consistent, reliable performance. What that does is it maximizes the trailer light yield and intensity while producing minimal heat, and it ensures superior operation even in rough road conditions. The seven way is a very strong and durable design. Comes with the spring loaded lid that's going to keep dirt and grime away from the terminals when it's not being used.

It's going to come with the mounting bracket and the necessary hardware to get it installed that way it's easily accessible near the hitch of the vehicle. This unit is designed to connect quickly and easily. Comes with detailed installation instructions to help walk you through the whole process step by step. The trailer harness here at the seven way. This plugs directly into the connection point behind a rear bumper. Now the plugs on this kit are custom fit for you vehicle.

They're going to match up perfectly and they're going to snap lock together for a nice, tight secure fit. The converter portion connects in the rear cargo area or beneath the rear seat depending on your application. You'll also need to make your ground connection, that's your white wire with the ring terminal attached to it. You'll want to get that grounded in a suitable grounding location. You can also use the included grounding screw to get that done. Once you have that done you'll want to mount the converter box to a safe out of the way location.

You can do that using the double sided adhesive foam tape provided with the kit. Now once you've plugged in the connectors you'll need to insert the included fuses and relay's into the appropriate locations as indicated in the instructions. Once your installations complete the seven way connector is going to be stowed beneath the vehicle near the hitch. Again it does come with the mounting bracket and the necessary hardware to get that installed and easily accessible when you're ready to make you connection and start towing. It also comes with some cable ties. That way you can secure any excess or slack in your wiring. I do recommend using a small amount of dielectric 00:02:33 grease on all of your electrical connections like the plus on the vehicle and the seven fold connector itself. That grease is specifically designed to help prevent corrosion to the connection points. It is sold separately and available at etrailer.com. When it comes to the maximum amperage for the stop and turn lights we're looking at three amps per circuit. For the tail lights we're looking at six amps per circuit. That's going to do it for today's look at the CURT T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with a 7-Way Trailer Connector.


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