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Curt Manufacturing T-Connector

By Curt Manufacturing
Part #: 56217
$36.84
  • T-Connector

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Description

A CURT custom vehicle-to-trailer wiring connector (sometimes called a T-connector) is a simple, plug-and-play electrical device that eliminates the need for cutting, splicing and soldering when installing vehicle-to-trailer wiring. Most vehicles do not come ready to tow. Unless your vehicle has a towing package, it is probably not equipped with a trailer wiring connector. This is where CURT's custom vehicle-to-trailer wiring connectors come into play. A custom wiring connector uses a single original equipment plug to plug into a special socket provided by your vehicle. Though this option is not available on every vehicle, some automotive manufacturers design their vehicles to be easily equipped for towing by supplying a socket, integrated into the vehicle's electrical system, to readily accept a custom wiring connector. With a CURT custom wiring connector, there is no need to tap into the taillight assembly because a special socket is already provided. This custom vehicle-to-trailer wiring connector provides a 4-way flat connector socket and comes with a circuit-protected converter. It is designed to be a custom wiring option for the 2008-2015 Toyota Highlander. CURT custom vehicle-to-trailer wiring connectors are designed to be long-lasting and simple to install. They come with dust covers to keep your connector clean when not in use and feature a one-year limited warranty to give you peace of mind.

Specifications

Trailer Wiring Harnesses & T-One Connector Type
4-Way

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