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Customer Reviews - T connector Wiring Harness
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by Thomas Felch | Date Added: Sunday, February 26, 2012

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Connecting wiring harness was very easy just wish there was some way to get the wires out of the interior of the car without drilling a hole.


by Rosalene Graham | Date Added: Thursday, November 24, 2011

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Wiring Harness attached to car wiring with no problem


by Joni Moomau | Date Added: Tuesday, September 27, 2011

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I first bought the Honda CRV trailer hitch, thinking that most auto shops could do the wiring. I should have just ordered this wiring kit with the hitch. There is no splicing of wires etc. and both the hitch and the wiring kit are very inexpensive compared to what the Honda Dealership wanted. A friend of mine was able to install with no problems.

I hauled my 1050# camper from Southern MD to Southern VA, with my 2009 CRV and had no problems.


by Chuck Murray | Date Added: Tuesday, July 29, 2008

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Instructions aren't that great that are included. The Honda CRV has a factory connector ready for wiring, this design isn't a "T" connection, it's a direct plug in to a factory end that has nothing plugged into it.

To install the adapter you need to get the drivers side rear panel out about 1/2 the way towards the front, far enough to be able to reach in behind to plug in the connector to factory end that is empty. To remove the round fasteners simply push the middle section pin down, then the entire clip can be lifted out. (You have to "reset" these clips by releasing the catches on the bottom side and letting the center pin come up to reuse) Once the clips are removed pop open the cover that is behind the drivers side rear seat with a small flat blade screwdriver and remove the 10MM bolt from there. The back section of the panel is a bit of work to remove, but the panel just pulls away towards the center of the truck, the back section by the rear hatch is the hardest to work with. The connector you're looking for has blue tape on it and is located about the center of the rounded hump for the tire, simply plug in the connector and run the module back, tie wrap it to the rear lights harness so it can't rattle around, run the 4 pin trailer connector into the spare tire well at the rear cross trim piece (there's clearance for it there) and pull out when required and put back in with the spare for storage.


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