How do you hook up 7 plug trailer connector to ford Eddie brauer expedition with 4 plug hookup?
I just have an adapter that i keep in the back of my explorer that goes from a 4 to 7 prong trailer hook up
If you are referring to installing a connector that you can use for a trailer hookup there should be a connector already installed a taped up under the van, near the left rear wheelhouse. There should be about 6 wires that are also taped up and are "blunt cut", coming from that connector. You will need a schematic of wiring diagram and a trailer connector (with wires) to know how to splice the wires…
I have a 2000 Ford Sport Explorer. I can't find the trailer harness hookup. Do this vehicle have a hookup and if not can one be installed.?
There are trailer light kits available on-line that contain an adapter necessary to connect the wiring. The adapter is determined by the make, model and year of your vehicle. Extra lights are also available should you need them. Instructions are available. Also the dealership where you are renting or purchasing your trailer will be able to help you with the hookup.
Hello, Have you checked to see if you have the factory wiring? Below is a link to a useful article discussing trailer wiring on that model, which gives you thelocation to check and other information. Like you, I have a 98 explorer myself. http://www.explorerforum.com/Singleton/web/pages/trailerwiring.html Good Luck! David
What causes blinkers and brake lights to quit working on a 94 Dodge Dakota all the fuses and bulbs are good?
On the drivers side of the tail light there is a plug. Get up under the bumper and you will see a round plug and you have to do is unplug the plug from the light and plug in the wiring harness. The wiring harness will act like a patch and connects in about 15 seconds. Just make sure you have the right harness. The plug should be round.