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T connector Wiring Harness
[ 56035 ]

List Price: $80.96
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5.0 Star Rating: Recommended  (3 customer reviews)

Manufacturer: Curt Manufacturing
Part Number: 56035

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:

2009-2010 Pontiac Vibe
--Fits Model(s): Except GT
--3 wire system, powered converter in
2011-2013 Scion xB
--Fits Model(s): All
--3 wire system, powered converter included
2009-2013 Toyota Matrix
--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: 56035
Current Reviews: 3

Customer Reviews


Pierre Daigle - 04/26/2011        Rating: 5 of 5 Stars!
Good product easy instalation good instruction not expensive
Richard Lawhead - 11/02/2010        Rating: 5 of 5 Stars!
Received within two days! Installation was fairly easy.
Everything worked as advertised. Would recommend this to others.
Jack Howay - 09/14/2010        Rating: 5 of 5 Stars!
'09 Pontiac Vibe (2.4L) - It looks confusing but it's really not. I'm not an electrician and I had no problems hooking up this connector. I will take about an hour if you don't have experience. Most of the time spent is removing various moldings and plastic inside your car. I ran the main 12 GA. wire from the battery through the left front fender, down along the hinge and into the car with the rest of the electrical. Then I removed the molding on the floor near the doors and ran the wire underneath all the way to the back.
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