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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 2010 Scion xB Trailer Wiring Harness Options

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the best vehicle wiring options for your 2010 Scion xB. Here on your left, we're gonna have the Tekonsha, part number 118468, and here on your right we're gonna have the Curt, part number 56062. First differences are gonna be minor. The Curt is gonna come with black silicone. The Tekonsha is not. Another difference is the dust cap on the Tekonsha is an attached dust cap.



Best 2009 Scion xB Trailer Wiring Harness Options

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the best vehicle wiring options for a 2009 Scion XB.Here on your left, we're going to have the Tekonsha, part number 118468 and here on your right, we're going to have the CURT, part number 56062.First inaudible 00:00:17 are going to be minor. The Curt is going to come with black silicone, the Tekonsha is not. Another difference is the dust cap on the Tekonsha is an attached dust cap, the Curt is a removable.Now some of the main differences. On the Curt, you see where your wires that run to your tail lights, you have your two wires that run into a double wire. Where it's connected here has just got heat shrink around it. On your Tekonsha, where those two wires come into the four it's got a hard, plastic casing around it so it's going to protect that connection a lot better.Another difference is the Tekonsha is going to have 2.1 amps per circuit for your stop and turn and 5.6 amps per circuit for your tail lights, whereas your Curt is going to have 3 amps for your stop and turn and 6 amps per circuit for your tail lights.Now one of the big differences between these two is your converter boxes.



Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness Installation - 2009 Scion xB

Speaker 1: Today on our 2009 Scion XP, you're going to be taking a look at and I'm going to be showing you how to install the Curt T connector vehicle wiring harness with four pole flat trailer connector, part number 56062.This is what our wiring looks like when it's installed. Now this is going to live inside of the vehicle. This is going to give you all the proper functions for your trailer or whatever you maybe hauling on your hitch. It's going to give you your brake lights, both turn signals, your running lights, your ground wire and your power wire. It's also going to come with a removable dust cap. It's going to help protect your connections from getting any dirt, grime, anything like that help keep them from corroding.When not in use, you simply roll it, tuck it right back in a compartment area and then close your hatch.



Best 2008 Scion xB Trailer Wiring Harness Options

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the best vehicle wiring options for your 2008 Scion xB. Here on your left we're going have the Tekonsha, part number 118468. And here on your right, we're going have the Curt, part number 56062.First time through, they're going to be minor. The Curt is going is come with black silicone, the Tekonsha is not. Another difference is, the dust cap on the Tekonsha is an attached dust cap. The Curt is a removable.Now some of the main differences.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2014 Scion xB

All right, on this 2014 Scion XB, we're going to show you the Curt T-connector vehicle wiring harness with a 4-pull slack trailer connector, part number #C56035. I'm going to go ahead and show you how to use it, when it's not being used it can stay in a compartment here or here, and when you do need to use it, just simply pull it out and shut the door hatch on it. The door seals thick is thick enough it won't hurt anything, you've got more than enough wire to go down to your trailer, and when you shut the hatch, stay away from the latch here or else you'll damage the wire and you'll be starting all over.At this point you're ready to hook up your trailer. We'll go ahead and cover the components that come with the kit, first off this is a t-part of the connector, you've got 2 of them, the one with the yellow wire goes to your driver side, and the green wire goes over to the passenger side. These wires send signals to the module right here, this module actually copies the signal and uses battery power from this black wire here to power the trailer, that way your vehicles' wiring harness is insulated from the trailer. We have a white wire here for ground, that'll go to the sheetmetal on the body of the vehicle, then It comes out to the 4-pull slack trailer connector with a cover for it as well.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2010 Scion xB

Today on our 2010 Scion XB, we'll be installing the Tow Ready T1 Connector, part number 118468. First, we'll open up the rear cargo door then we'll remove the floor liner jack storage cover, the center foam compartment, and two interior trim compartments. Next, we'll go ahead and remove the rear threshold. After that, we'll remove both access panels, one behind each tail light assembly. As you can see, this is now giving us access to the rear tail light assembly and wiring. We'll go ahead and take our Tow Ready connector and the yellow and brown wire connector and feed it up from underneath the trim behind the driver's side tail light assembly.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2012 Scion xB

Today in our 2012 Scion XB, we're going to be installing the Tow Ready T1 connector Part # 118460. Our first step will be accessing the rear taillight wiring. To do this, we'll go ahead and open up the rear cargo door then remove the access panel behind each assembly. As you can see, we now have access to the taillight connector and assembly. However, to get our wires, we'll need to go ahead and remove the rear cargo cover, the center cargo tray and the driver side cargo tray. Now, with those out of the way, we can go ahead and start installing our T1 connector.