If it doesn't have a trailer plug, it does not have a factory trailer harness.
you have to remove the back driver trim in the back of the jeep..........you will find a green plug, the aftermarket wiring will plug into that.......................good luck
The trailer wiring kit is available from Jeep at about $125 and plugs into a wiring connector accessible through a panel in the left rear (inside) fender panel (behind the spare tire, near the left rear turn signal) with the trailer wiring harness routed through a grommet in the bottom of the compartment
2006 Dodge Dakota - Where do i find the trailer wiring harness
Not all trucks are built with a trailer harness plug. If you can not find one, then your truck does not have one and you need to install one.
you do not need the extra 7 pin if your not running electri brakes
Have you looked under the vehicle? I'd be surprised if the wiring harness wasn't already there and taped up under the vehicle. Barring that, most business that sell and install trailer hitches will also install trailer wiring harnesses. If you're a DIY, go to the local auto parts store and ask. They probably have the wiring harness you need all setup to plug into the manufacturer's wiring harness.
You can find a trailer wiring harness for a Chevrolet in a Haynes repair manual. The manuals are available at most auto parts stores.
U-Haul sells a kit with instructions
I have a 1997 JEEP CHEROKEE sport 4.0. How to wiring for a heavy duty trailer brake switch ?
Your local auto parts store can sell you a trailer wire harness for that vehicle that simply plugs in to the original harness and it is weather tight. It installs in minutes.
Check with your local auto parts store, they can sell you a trailer harness that simply plugs into your existing harness, very easy to do, just follow instructions. The harness should be in the $25 range.
Trailer wiring harness part #118382 - any local Auto Parts Store should care this.
very easy .I bought my wires on eBay ,,,the trailer harness plugs right into your lights no cutting at all
Your best bet would be to call or go to your local auto parts store and tell them you need a "plug in" trailer wiring harness for your vehicle....these are very nice items and easy to install, as you just "plug" them into your exsisting vehicle's wiring harness. No need to "search out" for which wire goes where and no splicing of the wires either. They are more expensive than a "standard" wiring plug, but the "extra" cost is more than worth the "time" and headaches you will save!
The easiest way is to buy and install a plug in wiring harness available at most parts store.
The factory wiring harness for the trailers will plug in under the back of the vehicle in the area of the spare tire, the harness plugs into the wiring harness for the tail lights.
under the car,behind spare tire,is the wiring harness with access plug for dodge trailer harness (optional) my came with 2012 journey
The easiest and best thing to do is to buy the harness that just fits into the factory wiring. It's avaible at most parts stores and it isn't expensive. That way you don't have to cut and splice.
how do I install a trailer lights to a Honda 1998
when you buy the harness to wire in, the intructions for correct wiring will be on the harness packaging
Subarus all have a connector for a trailer wiring harness built in. There is a supplemental trailer harness that you purchase from your hitch supplier and it just plugs right in. Instructions are available on-line. This one is for a 2001, but they have been the same for a number of years.
How do you install trailer wiring on a 2009 civic
Wiring runs all over the vehicle.