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T connector Wiring Harness
[ 56079 ]

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5.0 Star Rating: Recommended  (3 customer reviews)

Manufacturer: Curt Manufacturing
Part Number: 56079

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:

2011-2012 Toyota Avalon
--Fits Model(s): Dual Exhaust
--3 wire system, powered converter
2007-2011 Toyota Camry
--Fits Model(s): Except SE
--Hybrid model only
2009-2014 Toyota Venza
--Fits Model(s): All
--3 wire system, powered converter included

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
Part Number: 56079
Current Reviews: 3

Customer Reviews


Robert Brosmer - 03/19/2011        Rating: 5 of 5 Stars!
Wiring was a bit tricky to install. The Toyota Venza towing package basically has digital hook ups for their wiring thus making it impossible to run of of their power outlets. The(T Connector)harness package runs on 12 volts and needs to have the hot wire run from the tail lights up to the fuse box under the front dash. Takes considerable time putting the wire underneath mouldings and carpet all the way up. Care must be taken not to break any plastic hold down buttons which anchor the mouldings and back cargo area siding. The instructions say to drill a hole in the metal for grounding. I found a bolt under the mouldings by the left back tail light to loosen and attach the ground to avoid drilling. Job took about an hour and a half to... Read More
Jack Smith - 05/10/2010        Rating: 5 of 5 Stars!
I have not installed the harness yet because I'm still trying to find someone that can tell me how to get the connector from the Toyota Venza fender well to the hitch. It appears I will have to drill a hole some where? The harness looks like an easy install and I am looking forward to getting started. Thanks HitchSource, Jack.
Peter Easton - 04/06/2010        Rating: 5 of 5 Stars!
The wiring harness worked well on my 2010 Venza. I routed the positive wire along the drivers side, under the back seat and through a hole I drilled roughly where the left rear passenger's left thigh would be. The hole I drilled was directly above a grommet in the underside of the frame. From there it was easy to route along the brake lines to the engine compartment. Using a cable tie, I attached the fuse holder (missing from my package) to the large fuse/relay box, then connected to the battery. It took about an hour to do this, and helps if the vehicle is raised. When testing you must use a load like a 12V bulb; if you use a voltmeter you won't see the voltage change as you activate the brake lights or indicators.
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