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Need trailer wiring? These plug-and-go wiring harnesses are the way to go. They're specifically designed for your vehicle and do not require splicing into your vehicle's wiring. The harness is designed with the wiring, connectors, and circuitry needed to adapt your vehicle's electrical system for trailer compatibility. All wiring harnesses include detailed installation instructions.This wiring harness is designed to fit the following vehicles: 2004-2010 Toyota Sienna
--Fits Model(s): All
--3 wire system, converter includedInstallation Instructions
Note: Because we do not have unique pictures of every wiring harness we carry, this wiring harness may vary slighty from the picture above.
Manufacturer: Curt Manufacturing
I installed the kit in a 2006 Toyota Sienna. It was an easy installation and took about 1 hour to complete. The kit was the perfect length and the only customizing I had to do was to drill a couple of small holes over the tail pipe to so that I could wire tie the wiring to the frame and not allow the wiring to come in contact with the hot tail pipe. The instructions were clear and correct. I did not drill a hole for the ground wire, I attached it to the jack storage rack frame which showed a real good ground on my electrical meter. The connection plugs were a perfect fit and worked properly. I would recommend this product to anyone who wanted to install a wiring harness.
I installed this kit in a 2004 Toyota Sienna minivan but these tips should work for anyone with a 2004 or newer model. Installation was surprisingly easy once I figured out the best way to route all the wiring (the instructions don't tell you and it took me several tries before I figured out the best way.) I managed to conceal everything except for a couple of inches of wiring but that exposed wiring is out of the way and inconspicuous. As for tools you'll need a socket or nut driver (11mm I believe), flat screwdriver, Phillips screwdriver, drill outfitted with a 3/32 bit, wire coat hanger and some electrical tape. Give yourself an hour but it probably won't take that long. Here's how I did it.
1) Start by removing the driver-side tail... Read More