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Best 2017 Nissan Frontier Trailer Wiring Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best wiring options for your 2017 Nissan Frontier. Here we're going to have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a seven-pole at the end of our vehicle. Here we're going to have the CURT, which is also going to give us a seven-pole. Then here we have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a four-pole. Finally, the CURT that's going to be give us a four-pole flat. Now the main difference between all of our wiring kits is going to be the end connector. Now both of our kits here, the CURT and the Tekonsha, are both going to give us a seven-pole flat and not only give us our required lights, but they're also going to give us control of our brakes and a 12-volt power source coming out. Our Tekonsha and our CURT that are going to give us a four-pole flat will give us all of our required lights, such as our taillights, brakes, and turn signals, but we're not going to have any control over our brakes. Now these aren't the only kits available for your Frontier, but what's going to set these apart from all the other ones is that they do come with the required relays so that the connector at the end of your vehicle will light up the lights on your trailer. If you're towing a small trailer where you only need the lights and you don't need a brake controller activator or anything like that, I think the CURT and the Tekonsha four-pole connectors would be a good option because, if we're not using a brake controller, this is still going to have all the required functions to get our lights working. On the other hand, if you are towing a heavy trailer where you do have a brake controller hooked up, or if you need your reverse lights or anything like that, I think the seven-way is going to be the way to go because you are going to have those extra functions as well as more amperage coming out. The way our harness is going to install for each one of these is going to be relatively the same.



Best 2016 Nissan Frontier Trailer Wiring Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best wiring options for your 2016 Nissan Frontier. Here we're going to have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a seven-pole at the end of our vehicle. Here we're going to have the CURT, which is also going to give us a seven-pole. Then here we have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a four-pole. Finally, the CURT that's going to be give us a four-pole flat. Now the main difference between all of our wiring kits is going to be the end connector. Now both of our kits here, the CURT and the Tekonsha, are both going to give us a seven-pole flat and not only give us our required lights, but they're also going to give us control of our brakes and a 12-volt power source coming out. Our Tekonsha and our CURT that are going to give us a four-pole flat will give us all of our required lights, such as our taillights, brakes, and turn signals, but we're not going to have any control over our brakes. Now these aren't the only kits available for your Frontier, but what's going to set these apart from all the other ones is that they do come with the required relays so that the connector at the end of your vehicle will light up the lights on your trailer. If you're towing a small trailer where you only need the lights and you don't need a brake controller activator or anything like that, I think the CURT and the Tekonsha four-pole connectors would be a good option because, if we're not using a brake controller, this is still going to have all the required functions to get our lights working. On the other hand, if you are towing a heavy trailer where you do have a brake controller hooked up, or if you need your reverse lights or anything like that, I think the seven-way is going to be the way to go because you are going to have those extra functions as well as more amperage coming out. The way our harness is going to install for each one of these is going to be relatively the same.



Best 2015 Nissan Frontier Trailer Wiring Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best wiring options for your 2015 Nissan Frontier. Here we're going to have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a seven-pole at the end of our vehicle. Here we're going to have the CURT, which is also going to give us a seven-pole. Then here we have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a four-pole. Finally, the CURT that's going to be give us a four-pole flat. Now the main difference between all of our wiring kits is going to be the end connector. Now both of our kits here, the CURT and the Tekonsha, are both going to give us a seven-pole flat and not only give us our required lights, but they're also going to give us control of our brakes and a 12-volt power source coming out. Our Tekonsha and our CURT that are going to give us a four-pole flat will give us all of our required lights, such as our taillights, brakes, and turn signals, but we're not going to have any control over our brakes. Now these aren't the only kits available for your Frontier, but what's going to set these apart from all the other ones is that they do come with the required relays so that the connector at the end of your vehicle will light up the lights on your trailer. If you're towing a small trailer where you only need the lights and you don't need a brake controller activator or anything like that, I think the CURT and the Tekonsha four-pole connectors would be a good option because, if we're not using a brake controller, this is still going to have all the required functions to get our lights working. On the other hand, if you are towing a heavy trailer where you do have a brake controller hooked up, or if you need your reverse lights or anything like that, I think the seven-way is going to be the way to go because you are going to have those extra functions as well as more amperage coming out. The way our harness is going to install for each one of these is going to be relatively the same.



Best 2014 Nissan Frontier Trailer Wiring Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best wiring options for your 2014 Nissan Frontier. Here we're going to have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a seven-pole at the end of our vehicle. Here we're going to have the CURT, which is also going to give us a seven-pole. Then here we have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a four-pole. Finally, the CURT that's going to be give us a four-pole flat. Now the main difference between all of our wiring kits is going to be the end connector. Now both of our kits here, the CURT and the Tekonsha, are both going to give us a seven-pole flat and not only give us our required lights, but they're also going to give us control of our brakes and a 12-volt power source coming out. Our Tekonsha and our CURT that are going to give us a four-pole flat will give us all of our required lights, such as our taillights, brakes, and turn signals, but we're not going to have any control over our brakes. Now these aren't the only kits available for your Frontier, but what's going to set these apart from all the other ones is that they do come with the required relays so that the connector at the end of your vehicle will light up the lights on your trailer. If you're towing a small trailer where you only need the lights and you don't need a brake controller activator or anything like that, I think the CURT and the Tekonsha four-pole connectors would be a good option because, if we're not using a brake controller, this is still going to have all the required functions to get our lights working. On the other hand, if you are towing a heavy trailer where you do have a brake controller hooked up, or if you need your reverse lights or anything like that, I think the seven-way is going to be the way to go because you are going to have those extra functions as well as more amperage coming out. The way our harness is going to install for each one of these is going to be relatively the same.



Best 2013 Nissan Frontier Trailer Wiring Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best wiring options for your 2013 Nissan Frontier. Here we're going to have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a seven-pole at the end of our vehicle. Here we're going to have the CURT, which is also going to give us a seven-pole. Then here we have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a four-pole. Finally, the CURT that's going to be give us a four-pole flat. Now the main difference between all of our wiring kits is going to be the end connector. Now both of our kits here, the CURT and the Tekonsha, are both going to give us a seven-pole flat and not only give us our required lights, but they're also going to give us control of our brakes and a 12-volt power source coming out. Our Tekonsha and our CURT that are going to give us a four-pole flat will give us all of our required lights, such as our taillights, brakes, and turn signals, but we're not going to have any control over our brakes. Now these aren't the only kits available for your Frontier, but what's going to set these apart from all the other ones is that they do come with the required relays so that the connector at the end of your vehicle will light up the lights on your trailer. If you're towing a small trailer where you only need the lights and you don't need a brake controller activator or anything like that, I think the CURT and the Tekonsha four-pole connectors would be a good option because, if we're not using a brake controller, this is still going to have all the required functions to get our lights working. On the other hand, if you are towing a heavy trailer where you do have a brake controller hooked up, or if you need your reverse lights or anything like that, I think the seven-way is going to be the way to go because you are going to have those extra functions as well as more amperage coming out. The way our harness is going to install for each one of these is going to be relatively the same.



Best 2012 Nissan Frontier Trailer Wiring Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best wiring options for your 2012 Nissan Frontier. Here we're going to have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a seven-pole at the end of our vehicle. Here we're going to have the CURT, which is also going to give us a seven-pole. Then here we have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a four-pole. Finally, the CURT that's going to be give us a four-pole flat. Now the main difference between all of our wiring kits is going to be the end connector. Now both of our kits here, the CURT and the Tekonsha, are both going to give us a seven-pole flat and not only give us our required lights, but they're also going to give us control of our brakes and a 12-volt power source coming out. Our Tekonsha and our CURT that are going to give us a four-pole flat will give us all of our required lights, such as our taillights, brakes, and turn signals, but we're not going to have any control over our brakes. Now these aren't the only kits available for your Frontier, but what's going to set these apart from all the other ones is that they do come with the required relays so that the connector at the end of your vehicle will light up the lights on your trailer. If you're towing a small trailer where you only need the lights and you don't need a brake controller activator or anything like that, I think the CURT and the Tekonsha four-pole connectors would be a good option because, if we're not using a brake controller, this is still going to have all the required functions to get our lights working. On the other hand, if you are towing a heavy trailer where you do have a brake controller hooked up, or if you need your reverse lights or anything like that, I think the seven-way is going to be the way to go because you are going to have those extra functions as well as more amperage coming out. The way our harness is going to install for each one of these is going to be relatively the same.



Best 2011 Nissan Frontier Trailer Wiring Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best wiring options for your 2011 Nissan Frontier. So here we're going to have the Tekonsha which is going to give us a seven-pole at the end of your vehicle, and then here we're going to have the Curt which is also going to give us a seven-pole, and then here we have the Tekonsha which is going to give us a four-pole. Then finally the Curt that's going to give us a four-pole flat. Now the main difference between all of our wiring kits is going to be the end connector. Now both of our kits here, the Curt and the Tekonsha are both going to give us a seven-pole flat, and not only give us our required lights but they're also going to give us control of our brakes, and a 12 volt power source coming out. Our Tekonsha and our Curt that are going to give us our four-pole flat will give us all of our required lights, such as our taillights, brakes, and turn signals, but we're not going to have any control over our brakes. Now these aren't the only kits available for your Frontier, but what's going to set these apart from all the other ones is that they do come with the required relays so that the connector at the end of your vehicle will light up the lights on your trailer.



Best 2010 Nissan Frontier Trailer Wiring Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best wiring options for your 2010 Nissan Frontier. Here we're going to have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a seven-pole at the end of our vehicle. Here we're going to have the CURT, which is also going to give us a seven-pole. Then here we have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a four-pole. Finally, the CURT that's going to be give us a four-pole flat. Now the main difference between all of our wiring kits is going to be the end connector. Now both of our kits here, the CURT and the Tekonsha, are both going to give us a seven-pole flat and not only give us our required lights, but they're also going to give us control of our brakes and a 12-volt power source coming out. Our Tekonsha and our CURT that are going to give us a four-pole flat will give us all of our required lights, such as our taillights, brakes, and turn signals, but we're not going to have any control over our brakes. Now these aren't the only kits available for your Frontier, but what's going to set these apart from all the other ones is that they do come with the required relays so that the connector at the end of your vehicle will light up the lights on your trailer. If you're towing a small trailer where you only need the lights and you don't need a brake controller activator or anything like that, I think the CURT and the Tekonsha four-pole connectors would be a good option because, if we're not using a brake controller, this is still going to have all the required functions to get our lights working. On the other hand, if you are towing a heavy trailer where you do have a brake controller hooked up, or if you need your reverse lights or anything like that, I think the seven-way is going to be the way to go because you are going to have those extra functions as well as more amperage coming out. The way our harness is going to install for each one of these is going to be relatively the same.



Best 2009 Nissan Frontier Trailer Wiring Options

Today we're gonna be taking a look at the best wiring options for your 2009 Nissan Frontier. Here we're going to have the Tekonsha which is going to go as a seven pole at the end of our vehicle. And then here we're going to have the Curt which is also going to give us a seven pole. Here we have the Tekonsha which is going to give us a four pole. And then finally the Curt that's going to give us a four pole flat. The main difference between all of our wiring kits is going to be the end connector. Both of our kits here, the Curt and the Teknonsha are going to give us a seven pole flat and not only give us our required lights but they're also gonna give us control of our brakes and a 12 volt power source coming out. Our Teknonsha and our Curt that are gonna give us our four pole flat, will give us all of our required lights such as our taillights, brakes and turn signals but we're not gonna have any control over our brakes. These aren't the only kits available for your Frontier, but what's gonna set these apart from all the other ones is that they come with the required relays so that the connector at the end of your vehicle will light up the lights on your trailer. If you're towing a small trailer, where you only need the lights and you don't need a brake controller activator or anything like that, I think the Curt and the Tekonsha four pole connectors will be a good option because if we're not using a brake controller this is still gonna have all the required functions to get our lights working. On the other hand if you are towing a heavy trailer or you do have a brake controller hooked up or if you need your reverse lights or anything like that I think the seven way is gonna be the way to go because you are gonna have those extra functions as well as more amperage coming out. The way our harness is gonna install, for each one of these is gonna be relatively the same. It's gonna be a two piece harness so on one end, which is gonna be towards the back of our vehicle, is gonna to connect to a connector and then we're gonna take our harness here and we're gonna go to the inside of our cab and on the passenger side there's gonna be a kick panel that we need to remove and we're gonna plug it in and plug our relays in. Now the design between our Tekonsha and our Curt are gonna be very similar and they're gonna install exactly the same.



Best 2008 Nissan Frontier Trailer Wiring Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best wiring options for your 2008 Nissan Frontier. Here we're going to have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a seven-pole at the end of our vehicle. Here we're going to have the CURT, which is also going to give us a seven-pole. Then here we have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a four-pole. Finally, the CURT that's going to be give us a four-pole flat. Now the main difference between all of our wiring kits is going to be the end connector. Now both of our kits here, the CURT and the Tekonsha, are both going to give us a seven-pole flat and not only give us our required lights, but they're also going to give us control of our brakes and a 12-volt power source coming out. Our Tekonsha and our CURT that are going to give us a four-pole flat will give us all of our required lights, such as our taillights, brakes, and turn signals, but we're not going to have any control over our brakes. Now these aren't the only kits available for your Frontier, but what's going to set these apart from all the other ones is that they do come with the required relays so that the connector at the end of your vehicle will light up the lights on your trailer. If you're towing a small trailer where you only need the lights and you don't need a brake controller activator or anything like that, I think the CURT and the Tekonsha four-pole connectors would be a good option because, if we're not using a brake controller, this is still going to have all the required functions to get our lights working. On the other hand, if you are towing a heavy trailer where you do have a brake controller hooked up, or if you need your reverse lights or anything like that, I think the seven-way is going to be the way to go because you are going to have those extra functions as well as more amperage coming out. The way our harness is going to install for each one of these is going to be relatively the same.



Best 2007 Nissan Frontier Trailer Wiring Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best wiring options for your 2007 Nissan Frontier. Here we're going to have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a seven-pole at the end of our vehicle. Here we're going to have the CURT, which is also going to give us a seven-pole. Then here we have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a four-pole. Finally, the CURT that's going to be give us a four-pole flat. Now the main difference between all of our wiring kits is going to be the end connector. Now both of our kits here, the CURT and the Tekonsha, are both going to give us a seven-pole flat and not only give us our required lights, but they're also going to give us control of our brakes and a 12-volt power source coming out. Our Tekonsha and our CURT that are going to give us a four-pole flat will give us all of our required lights, such as our taillights, brakes, and turn signals, but we're not going to have any control over our brakes. Now these aren't the only kits available for your Frontier, but what's going to set these apart from all the other ones is that they do come with the required relays so that the connector at the end of your vehicle will light up the lights on your trailer. If you're towing a small trailer where you only need the lights and you don't need a brake controller activator or anything like that, I think the CURT and the Tekonsha four-pole connectors would be a good option because, if we're not using a brake controller, this is still going to have all the required functions to get our lights working. On the other hand, if you are towing a heavy trailer where you do have a brake controller hooked up, or if you need your reverse lights or anything like that, I think the seven-way is going to be the way to go because you are going to have those extra functions as well as more amperage coming out. The way our harness is going to install for each one of these is going to be relatively the same.



Best 2006 Nissan Frontier Trailer Wiring Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best wiring options for your 2006 Nissan Frontier. Here we're going to have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a seven-pole at the end of our vehicle. Here we're going to have the CURT, which is also going to give us a seven-pole. Then here we have the Tekonsha, which is going to give us a four-pole. Finally, the CURT that's going to be give us a four-pole flat. Now the main difference between all of our wiring kits is going to be the end connector. Now both of our kits here, the CURT and the Tekonsha, are both going to give us a seven-pole flat and not only give us our required lights, but they're also going to give us control of our brakes and a 12-volt power source coming out. Our Tekonsha and our CURT that are going to give us a four-pole flat will give us all of our required lights, such as our taillights, brakes, and turn signals, but we're not going to have any control over our brakes. Now these aren't the only kits available for your Frontier, but what's going to set these apart from all the other ones is that they do come with the required relays so that the connector at the end of your vehicle will light up the lights on your trailer. If you're towing a small trailer where you only need the lights and you don't need a brake controller activator or anything like that, I think the CURT and the Tekonsha four-pole connectors would be a good option because, if we're not using a brake controller, this is still going to have all the required functions to get our lights working. On the other hand, if you are towing a heavy trailer where you do have a brake controller hooked up, or if you need your reverse lights or anything like that, I think the seven-way is going to be the way to go because you are going to have those extra functions as well as more amperage coming out. The way our harness is going to install for each one of these is going to be relatively the same.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2008 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2008 Nissan Frontier, we're gonna be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Curt T connector wiring harness with seven way trailer connector, part number C56226. So here's what our wiring looks like when it's fully installed. It's gonna give us a seven way at the back of our vehicle. And it's gonna give us all the required lights and functions that come with a seven way. Including reverse lights, brake lights, turn signals and clearance lights, as well as the option to power a brake controller if we have one installed. It's gonna feature a spring loaded dust cover to help keep out some of the moisture and debris, as well as a gasket on the inside of the cover to provide it a little bit more protection. Installing this is pretty straight forward. It is a two piece harness.



Best 2005 Nissan Frontier Trailer Wiring Options

Today we're going to be taking a look at the best wiring options for your 2005 Nissan Frontier. Here we're gonna have the Tekonsha which is gonna go as a seven pole at the end of our vehicle and then here we're gonna have the Curt which is also gonna give us a seven pole and then here we have the Tekonsha which is gonna give us a four pole and then finally the Curt that's gonna give us a four pole flat. Now the main difference between all of our wiring kits, it's gonna be the end connector. Now both of our kits here, the Curt and the Tekonsha are both gonna give us a seven pole flat and not only give us our required lights but they're also gonna give us control of our brakes and a 12 volt power source coming out. Our Tekonsha and our Curt that are gonna give us our four pole flat will give us all the required lights, such as our taillights, brakes and turn signals but we're not gonna have any control over our brakes. These aren't the only kits available for your Frontier, but what's gonna set these apart from all the other ones is that they do come with the required relays so that the connector at the end of your vehicle will light up the lights on your trailer. If you're towing a small trailer, where you only need the lights and you don't need a brake controller activator or anything like that, I think the Curt and the Tekonsha four pole connectors will be a good option because if we're not using a brake controller this is still gonna have all the required functions to get our lights working. On the other hand if you are towing a heavy trailer or you do have a brake controller hooked up or if you need your reverse lights or anything like that I think the seven way is gonna be the way to go because you are gonna have those extra functions as well as more amperage coming out. The way our harness is gonna install, for each one of these is gonna be relatively the same. It's gonna be a two piece harness so on one end, which is gonna be towards the back of our vehicle, is gonna to connect to a connector and then we're gonna take our harness here and we're gonna go to the inside of our cab and on the passenger side there's gonna be a kick panel that we need to remove and we're gonna plug it in and plug our relays in. Now the design between our Tekonsha and our Curt are gonna be very similar and they're gonna install exactly the same. Now really the only major difference that we're gonna notice is gonna be the dust cover on our four pole flat on the end. On the Curt, it is removable and replaceable whereas the Tekonsha it is built in. Another nice but small feature that the Tekonsha has with our four pole is they do provide us with some of this foam double sided tape so that when we install our relays we can actually wrap the foam around it which will prevent any rattling or any noise behind our kick panel. If all you need is the lights on your trailer, I think our Tekonsha or the Curt is a good choice. To make sure that you can go down the road safely. Our Tekonsha and Curt seven way harnesses are gonna have a lot of the same features.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2008 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2008 Nissan Frontier, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Tekonsha T1 vehicle wiring harness with seven way trailer connector, part number 118266. Here's what our wiring looks like when it's fully installed. It's going to give us a seven way at the back of our vehicle and it's going to give us all the required lights and functions that come with the seven way. It's going to provide us all of our lights including reverse lights, brake lights, turn signals, and clearance lights as well as the option to power a brake controller if we have one installed. It's going to feature a spring loaded dust cover to help keep out some of the moisture and debris as well as a gasket on the inside of the cover to provide it a little bit more protection. Now installing this is pretty straight forward. It is a two piece harness, one section's going to connect back here at the frame rail and then one section's going to be connecting in the cab of our truck on the passenger side. Let's show you how we got it on.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2008 Nissan Frontier

Today, on our 2008 Nissan Frontier, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness, part number: C56225. Here's what our wiring looks like when it's fully installed. It is going to stay on the outside of our truck at all times, and it will be hanging here ready when we're ready to tow. It's going to give us a four-pole flat, and it's going to provide us all the required lights to go down the road, such as our taillights, brake lights and turn signals. Now, this harness is a two-piece system. This section of our harness is going to attached to the back of our frame rail, while the other section is going to be attaching to the inside of our cab to the existing wiring. Now, let's go show you how we get it installed. To begin our installation, we're going to come to the rear of our vehicle and come real close to our spare tire on the inside of the frame on the driver's side. We're going to have two connectors here on the inside of our frame rail, and we're going to want to find the six-pin connector right here.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2016 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2016 Nissan Frontier, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness for Factory Tow Package. This offers the 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector. It's part number is C56225. Here's what our wiring kit is going to look like. We've got our factory plug. That's going to in in the passenger sidekick panel, and then we'll be able to plug our 3 relays that are going to be provided right into each of those. That's going to make our functions operate properly.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2016 Nissan Frontier

Today on 2016 Nissan Frontier, we're going to show you how to install the Curt T-Connector vehicle wiring harness for factory tow packages offering the 4-pole flat trailer connector. Part number is C55441. Now to determine whether we have a factory tow package or we don't have a factory tow package, it's really easy way to figure that out. What we want to do is turn on our headlights, then we'll head under the rear of the vehicle. We're going to come to the underside of the vehicle on the driver's side frame rail here. We're going to see a black plug and a gray plug.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2016 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2016 Nissan Frontier, we're going to take a look at and show you how to install the Tow Ready T1 vehicle wiring harness with the 4-pole flat trailer connector. Part number is 118525. This is what the wiring kit's going to look like when you get it. We've got our 4-pole connector here. It's going to have the included dust cover. You got a plug.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2015 Nissan Frontier

Today on our 2015 Nissan Frontier we're going to show you how to install the Tow Ready vehicle we're going harness with relays and 7-pole trailer connector, part number 118266. Now here's what our wiring kit is going to look like. Really simple, straightforward installation here. We've got one pigtail that goes up in the passenger side kick panel. Into that we're going to be placing three of our relays. Then on the rear of the truck we're going to have our two factory connection points.







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