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Make installing your trailer wiring harness as easy as possible with a custom fit wiring harness. Trailer wiring from Draw-Tite, Curt, Pollak, Tow Ready, Bosal, and Hopkins eliminates or reduces the need to cut and splice wires. It also helps to protect your vehicle's sensitive electronics from mis-wired trailers.

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Best 2013 Chevrolet Impala Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Options

Rob: Rob here at etrailer.com, and today you're gonna be taking a look at the best trailer wiring options for your 2006 through 2013 Chevrolet Impala.Here we're gonna have our Curt wiring, which is gonna give us a four pole plat trailer connector, and then over here we're gonna have our Tekonsha wiring, which is also gonna give us a four pole flat trailer connector. Now, if I was looking for wiring for my Impala, I personally would go with the Curt because a few little things that they give you that the Tekonsha in the packaging. But let's take a closer look at some of the features of both of them.Since both of our kits are gonna give us that four pole flat trailer connector, it's gonna give us all the required lights to get down the road safely, like our tail lights, turn signals, and our brake lights. As far as installation goes, it is gonna be custom fit. We're not gonna have to worry about cutting or splicing with either one of our wiring kits. We're just gonna have a simple T connector that's gonna plug in line behind our passenger's side tail light.Now, Curt's gonna use the same T style connector to plug in behind the passenger tail light, but they're gonna provide you with some black silicone because there's a rubber grommet that we can cut a slit in, pass our wires through, and then our wiring is gonna stay inside the trunk until we need it.Whereas the Tekonsha is designed to stay on the outside, so we would route our four pole end towards the center of our hitch, and use some included zip ties to tie everything up.Once you have your T connector plugged in and our four pole routed wherever you'd like it, we're just gonna have a simple ring terminal, and they do provide us with a self-tapping screw to ground out the system.Another thing I like about the Curt is they give us about foot more four pole wire from the end of the four pole connector to the T connector, which is gonna help out a lot if we do decide to route it inside the trunk or just give us a lot more options so we can avoid any kind of heat sources or moving part that may damage the wire.To sum everything up, if you're looking for wiring for your Impala, I would recommend the Curt wiring kit because they are gonna provide us with more wire, which gives us more options of where and how we mount it up.



Best 2012 Chevrolet Impala Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Options

Rob: Rob here at etrailer.com, and today you're going to be taking a look at the best trailer wiring options for your 2006 through 2013 Chevrolet Impala. Here we're going to have our CURT wiring, which is going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector. Then over here we're going to have our Tekonsha wiring, which is also going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector.Now if I was looking for wiring for my Impala, I personally would go with the CURT because a few little things that they give you that the Tekonsha doesn't in the packaging. Let's take a closer look at some of the features of both of them.Since both of our kits are going to give us that four-pole flat trailer connector, it's going to give us all the required lights to get down the road safely, like our taillights, turn signals, and our brake lights. As far as installation goes, it is going to be custom fit, so we're not going to have to worry about cutting or splicing with either one of our wiring kits. We're just going to have a simple T-connector that's going to plug inline behind our passenger side taillight.Now CURT's going to use the same T-style connector to plug in behind the passenger taillight, but they're going to provide you with some black silicone because there's a rubber grommet that we can cut a slit in, pass our wires through, and then our wiring is going to stay inside the trunk until we need it, whereas the Tekonsha is designed to stay on the outside.



Best 2011 Chevrolet Impala Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Options

Rob: Rob here at etrailer.com, and today you're going to be taking a look at the best trailer wiring options for your 2006 through 2013 Chevrolet Impala. Here we're going to have our CURT wiring, which is going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector. Then over here we're going to have our Tekonsha wiring, which is also going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector.Now if I was looking for wiring for my Impala, I personally would go with the CURT because a few little things that they give you that the Tekonsha doesn't in the packaging. Let's take a closer look at some of the features of both of them.Since both of our kits are going to give us that four-pole flat trailer connector, it's going to give us all the required lights to get down the road safely, like our taillights, turn signals, and our brake lights. As far as installation goes, it is going to be custom fit, so we're not going to have to worry about cutting or splicing with either one of our wiring kits. We're just going to have a simple T-connector that's going to plug inline behind our passenger side taillight.Now CURT's going to use the same T-style connector to plug in behind the passenger taillight, but they're going to provide you with some black silicone because there's a rubber grommet that we can cut a slit in, pass our wires through, and then our wiring is going to stay inside the trunk until we need it, whereas the Tekonsha is designed to stay on the outside.



Best 2010 Chevrolet Impala Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Options

Rob: Rob here at etrailer.com, and today you're going to be taking a look at the best trailer wiring options for your 2006 through 2013 Chevrolet Impala. Here we're going to have our CURT wiring, which is going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector. Then over here we're going to have our Tekonsha wiring, which is also going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector.Now if I was looking for wiring for my Impala, I personally would go with the CURT because a few little things that they give you that the Tekonsha doesn't in the packaging. Let's take a closer look at some of the features of both of them.Since both of our kits are going to give us that four-pole flat trailer connector, it's going to give us all the required lights to get down the road safely, like our taillights, turn signals, and our brake lights. As far as installation goes, it is going to be custom fit, so we're not going to have to worry about cutting or splicing with either one of our wiring kits. We're just going to have a simple T-connector that's going to plug inline behind our passenger side taillight.Now CURT's going to use the same T-style connector to plug in behind the passenger taillight, but they're going to provide you with some black silicone because there's a rubber grommet that we can cut a slit in, pass our wires through, and then our wiring is going to stay inside the trunk until we need it, whereas the Tekonsha is designed to stay on the outside.



Best 2009 Chevrolet Impala Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Options

Rob: Rob here at etrailer.com, and today you're going to be taking a look at the best trailer wiring options for your 2006 through 2013 Chevrolet Impala. Here we're going to have our CURT wiring, which is going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector. Then over here we're going to have our Tekonsha wiring, which is also going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector.Now if I was looking for wiring for my Impala, I personally would go with the CURT because a few little things that they give you that the Tekonsha doesn't in the packaging. Let's take a closer look at some of the features of both of them.Since both of our kits are going to give us that four-pole flat trailer connector, it's going to give us all the required lights to get down the road safely, like our taillights, turn signals, and our brake lights. As far as installation goes, it is going to be custom fit, so we're not going to have to worry about cutting or splicing with either one of our wiring kits. We're just going to have a simple T-connector that's going to plug inline behind our passenger side taillight.Now CURT's going to use the same T-style connector to plug in behind the passenger taillight, but they're going to provide you with some black silicone because there's a rubber grommet that we can cut a slit in, pass our wires through, and then our wiring is going to stay inside the trunk until we need it, whereas the Tekonsha is designed to stay on the outside.



Best 2008 Chevrolet Impala Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Options

Rob: Rob here at etrailer.com, and today you're going to be taking a look at the best trailer wiring options for your 2006 through 2013 Chevrolet Impala. Here we're going to have our CURT wiring, which is going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector. Then over here we're going to have our Tekonsha wiring, which is also going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector.Now if I was looking for wiring for my Impala, I personally would go with the CURT because a few little things that they give you that the Tekonsha doesn't in the packaging. Let's take a closer look at some of the features of both of them.Since both of our kits are going to give us that four-pole flat trailer connector, it's going to give us all the required lights to get down the road safely, like our taillights, turn signals, and our brake lights. As far as installation goes, it is going to be custom fit, so we're not going to have to worry about cutting or splicing with either one of our wiring kits. We're just going to have a simple T-connector that's going to plug inline behind our passenger side taillight.Now CURT's going to use the same T-style connector to plug in behind the passenger taillight, but they're going to provide you with some black silicone because there's a rubber grommet that we can cut a slit in, pass our wires through, and then our wiring is going to stay inside the trunk until we need it, whereas the Tekonsha is designed to stay on the outside.



Best 2007 Chevrolet Impala Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Options

Rob: Rob here at etrailer.com, and today you're going to be taking a look at the best trailer wiring options for your 2006 through 2013 Chevrolet Impala. Here we're going to have our CURT wiring, which is going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector. Then over here we're going to have our Tekonsha wiring, which is also going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector.Now if I was looking for wiring for my Impala, I personally would go with the CURT because a few little things that they give you that the Tekonsha doesn't in the packaging. Let's take a closer look at some of the features of both of them.Since both of our kits are going to give us that four-pole flat trailer connector, it's going to give us all the required lights to get down the road safely, like our taillights, turn signals, and our brake lights. As far as installation goes, it is going to be custom fit, so we're not going to have to worry about cutting or splicing with either one of our wiring kits. We're just going to have a simple T-connector that's going to plug inline behind our passenger side taillight.Now CURT's going to use the same T-style connector to plug in behind the passenger taillight, but they're going to provide you with some black silicone because there's a rubber grommet that we can cut a slit in, pass our wires through, and then our wiring is going to stay inside the trunk until we need it, whereas the Tekonsha is designed to stay on the outside.



Best 2006 Chevrolet Impala Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Options

Rob: Rob here at etrailer.com, and today you're going to be taking a look at the best trailer wiring options for your 2006 through 2013 Chevrolet Impala. Here we're going to have our CURT wiring, which is going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector. Then over here we're going to have our Tekonsha wiring, which is also going to give us a four-pole flat trailer connector.Now if I was looking for wiring for my Impala, I personally would go with the CURT because a few little things that they give you that the Tekonsha doesn't in the packaging. Let's take a closer look at some of the features of both of them.Since both of our kits are going to give us that four-pole flat trailer connector, it's going to give us all the required lights to get down the road safely, like our taillights, turn signals, and our brake lights. As far as installation goes, it is going to be custom fit, so we're not going to have to worry about cutting or splicing with either one of our wiring kits. We're just going to have a simple T-connector that's going to plug inline behind our passenger side taillight.Now CURT's going to use the same T-style connector to plug in behind the passenger taillight, but they're going to provide you with some black silicone because there's a rubber grommet that we can cut a slit in, pass our wires through, and then our wiring is going to stay inside the trunk until we need it, whereas the Tekonsha is designed to stay on the outside.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2009 Chevrolet Impala

Today on our 2009 Chevrolet Impala, we'll be installing the Tow Ready T-One Connector Trailer Wiring, part number 118417. To begin with we'll need to open the trunk of the vehicle. All of the connections will be made on the passenger side so that's where we'll be working. Before we can begin, we need to remove the center threshold of the trunk. To do this, there are two tabs, one on each side that will need to be removed first. Then we'll pry the center threshold up either with a trim panel tool or with a large flat head screwdriver. Once you have the center threshold out of the way, now we'll need to remove three plastic tabs or nuts that hold the light assembly in on the passenger side. You'll need to pull the carpet back on the passenger side to expose the three plastic nuts that you'll need to remove.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2010 Chevrolet Impala

Today on our 2010 Chevrolet Impala, we're going to be installing the Tow Ready T-One vehicle wiring harness with 4-pole flat trailer connector, part number: 118417. We're also going to be installing the Tow Ready 4-flat universal mounting bracket, part number: 118149. And we'll begin our installation by raising the trunk lid. Now we're going to need to remove this threshold here at the trunk. To do that, we'll need to take out this fastener right here. To remove this fastener, we'll use a flat-head screwdriver or trim panel removal tool or you can use two flat-head screwdrivers. Next we'll go over to the passenger side and remove the same fastener.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2002 Chevrolet Impala

Today on our 2002 Chevy Impala, we'll be installing the Tow Ready Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Connector, part number 118512. Now to begin our install we'll first go ahead and open up the trunk, we will be removing the rear threshold. We'll simply get underneath it and pop it up releasing the four fasteners underneath. Next we'll move behind the driver side taillight assembly and remove the three black wing nuts that we can see. Then we can go ahead and pull the carpeting back and there are two more additional fasteners to be removed. We can go ahead move the taillight assembly and pop it out of this position and then remove the wiring connector at the bottom releasing the lacking tab and pulling out separating the two connectors. This will allow us to take the driver side taillight assembly and set it aside.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2005 Chevrolet Impala

Today, on a 2005 Chevrolet Impala, we are going to install part number 118512 to be tow ready. The first thing we need to do is go ahead and open up the trunk and get access to the wiring harness. We will have to remove the interior panels and the threshold to get to it. First off, we are going to go ahead and remove the plastic rivets from our cover right here. Next, we are going to remove these 2 fasteners here and here. Now, we are going to remove this fastener right here and this fastener here and then we can go ahead and remove the taillight.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2012 Chevrolet Impala

Today on our 2012 Chevy Impala we're going to install tow ready T1 Connector part number 118417. First we are going to need to access the rear cargo area. Then our first step will be removing the rear threshold. There are a couple of fasteners that will need to be removed first. Now we are going to get our trim tool or a flat headed screw driver to get underneath the threshold and just pry it up. There's several plastic fasteners underneath threshold still holding it in place.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2003 Chevrolet Impala

Today on this 2003 Chevrolet Impala we are going to be installing hard wiring kit 18252. The first thing we need to do is remove the driver side tail light. We are going to undo the tie down screw. Fold back the carpeting in the trunk and as you can see there is three more tail light screws that we are going to be removing and that will pop loose our tail light. Now that our tail light is removed we are going to unplug it and set it out of the way. As you can see these are the wires that we are going to be tapping into. Before we tap into our wires, take the 4-pole and run it down through the bumper and out the bottom. We are going to test our wires to see what function they are going to be. 00:45



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2002 Chevrolet Impala

Today on this 2002 Chevrolet Impala we are going to install part number 118002 from Tow Ready. This wiring harness is pretty easy to install because everything is going to be available to hook into on passenger side of the vehicle behind the carpet here. I have theses fasteners here just to make it a little easier to get the carpet down. All right and with this wiring harness right here we will go ahead and test each individual wire to find out its function and we will go ahead and make the appropriate connection.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2004 Chevrolet Impala

Today we are going to be installing a 4-pole, part number 118002, on a 2004 Chevrolet Impala. OK, we are inside the trunk area, and we want to go ahead and access the wires that we are going to be tapping into for our wiring harness. Those wires are actually located directly behind the tail light assemblies on both sides of the vehicle. In order to gain access to those wires, we are going to need to go inside the trunk area and we will first off need to remove these three screws per side and then pull back our carpeting. And you can actually see there are two more set screws that we are going to need to remove as well. And with all the set screws removed, I can go ahead and pull the tail light assembly off. As you can see, here is our main wiring harness, feeding the drivers side tail light assembly here. We have got three wires here. We have got a brown with white, which is going to be the running light lead that we are going to be tapping into the yellow, which is our left turn and left brake signal and then the black, which is the standard ground. And then what we want to do is to take our yellow wire here off of our wiring harness, and we want to go ahead and we are going to attach it directly to the yellow wire on our tail light assembly.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2007 Chevrolet Impala

Today we are going to install part number 118417 from Tow Ready. We are going to install this on a 2007 Chevrolet Impala. To install the T-1 connector, we have to get back behind the tail light assembly here and behind this plastic. We are also going to be taking off the passengers side tail light, too. And this whole panel will just pop up straight vertical. And we are going to take off this other wing nut right here. Now that we have got our tail light loose, we are going to just temporarily disconnect it from the wiring harness. And then this actual plug right here is where our T-1 connector is going to hook up to the vehicle. We will reconnect the T-1 connector back in, and just tuck that back between the bumper fascia and the body. And we are also going to take our 4-pole wire, and we are going to route that straight down, because that is going to come out by the hitch itself. Make sure to leave that ground wire, because we are going to attach it to the sheet metal below the tail light. And we will just clip our original wire harness back on.