How to Install a 4-Wire Plug for a Trailer on a Dodge Caravan

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Wiring a vehicle for a trailer connector was once a time consuming project. Each circuit had to be located with a test light and spliced to the trailer connector. With the advent of the wiring adapter a few years ago, this once difficult task has become a much easier project, one well within the abilities of the average do-it-yourselfer.

Things You'll Need

  • T-One wiring adapter part number 118323 Screwdriver Nylon wire tie
  • Open the rear hatch and remove the two small round black plastic rivets on the side of the tail-light area. Do this by pressing the pin in the center in and then prying the rivet out with a screwdriver. Have your hand on the tail light when you remove the second rivet as it may fall out. Remove the tail light to expose the wiring connector.

  • Unplug the wiring connector behind the tail light.

  • Plug the T-One connector in to the plug from the vehicle, then plug the tail light into the other side of the T-One connector.

  • Replace the tail-light, routing the T-One harness through the area between the tail light and the body. Reinsert the plastic rivets and reinstall the center pin in the rivet.

  • Secure the flat 4-trailer connector located on the end of the T-One harness to the trailer hitch with a nylon wire tie.

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