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Tow Package Vehicle Wiring Harness with 7-Way Trailer Connector

Tow Package Vehicle Wiring Harness with 7-Way Trailer Connector

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Tekonsha Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring - 118247

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Tow Ready 7-Way Wiring Harness for 2004 Ford F-150 with OEM 4-Flat Trailer Connector.


  • Adds a 7-way to your vehicle while retaining your factory 4-flat
  • Installs in seconds on vehicles with factory 4-pole
  • Connects directly to standard OEM connector
  • Fuses and relays Included

NOTE: Mounting bracket part number PK12711U will work with this harness.

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118247 Tow Package Vehicle Wiring Harness with 7-Way Trailer Connector

Installation Details 118247 Installation instructions

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Video Transcript for Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2004 Ford F-150

All right. Today on this 2004 Ford F150 were going to install part number 118247. First thing we need to do is go ahead and unload our spare tire and get it out of our way. This way we have access to the wiring connection we need. Now, the wiring connection were looking for is going to be on the drivers side frame rail pointed out here, and well go ahead and disconnect it. Well push down on the tab and pull it apart.

Next, we need to remove the ground screw. Well go ahead and remove it. Now we can go ahead and start installing the new part. Now the wire harness is shaped like a T so well take both halves of the T and install them into the wire harness; one on each side. Well push them together until they click.

All right, now well take our white wire at the ring terminal and add that to the original wire with the ring terminal and bolt those two back together to the frame using the ground screw. Now we need to install a seven pole connector. Now, this kit does not come with any brackets to hold the seven pole in place. So, were going to add a couple of part numbers. Were going to use part number pk12711u to hold our seven pole bracket.

Were going to use part number 18136 to mount the whole assembly to the hitch. Well start off by putting the two brackets together. Now, were going to intentionally take one bracket and install it in reverse fashion that way we keep the seven pole connector as close to the hitch as possible. Well bolt these two together and then well take that assembly and well go ahead and clamp it to the hitch. Well take the band clamp, run it around the hitch and through the bracket and then tighten it down.

Well make sure its level first and then well tighten it down for good. Now well go ahead and take our wire harness and run it through the bracket. Well remove the little gray lock thats on top then install the seven pole connector. It also just snaps together. And, then well reinstall the lock. And, then our seven pole connector will get bolted to the seven pole bracket. All right. Were done with the back of the vehicle. Now we need to add a relay to the front. Well go to the passenger side front seat and there will be a kick panel down below that we have to remove to get access to the fuse panel. Well remove the door and then remove the lid to the panel. Then well go ahead and add our relay that comes with the kit. This will power our 12 volt power supply with our hot lead going out back at the seven pole connector. Now, you want to check your owners manual for proper location of this circuit, and then reinstall the covers. That will finish it for our install of part number 118247 on our 2004 Ford F150.

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Tow Package Vehicle Wiring Harness with 7-Way Trailer Connector - 118247

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (63 Customer Reviews)

Tow Ready 7-Way Wiring Harness for 2004 Ford F-150 with OEM 4-Flat Trailer Connector.


This package deal was just what I was looking for. The easy to install t connector was a quick plug in and I was on my way. With just a few self tapping screws I was able to mount the connector to my bumper and I was on my way. After installation I hooked up our new camper and every thing worked as it should first time. This is a great set up for someone looking to save time and have a professional looking install in minutes. Thanks Etrailer

2004 Ford F-150

The harness assembly works well and meets the performance described on the website. Unfortunately, the plastic housing that mates with the factory wiring on the truck didn't withstand the initial installation. The small barb molded into the housing that locks into the vehicle wiring snapped off during the first install. I had to add tape & heat shrink to the assembly to ensure that it wouldn't vibrate out during travel. Also the 7-way plug-in assembly doesn't fully lock into the wiring harness and has come loose 2x during travel. I've had great success with other etrailer products and will use them again. Hopefully, these parts will be improved.


I recently purchased a pontoon boat that had hydraulic brakes. First time out had to back up the trailer uphill, not a good experience with the brakes locking up. My F150 has only factory 4 pin trailer connections so I looked for a 5 pin option with reverse brake override power. Etrailer is my first stop on trailer parts. The wiring harness and relay in the kit fit perfectly, but needed a large adjustable pliers to snap to the connectors together on one connector. Had to fabricate a bracket as the overall length of the 7 pin receptacle and connector means it had to be set 2” towards the bumper to clear the hitch assembly (also e-trailer). A few tie wraps later everything was done and tested. Instructions were good, but didn’t need to drop the spare to get at everything. Would recommend.

2004 Ford F-150

Easy install and worked as designed.

As expected. Quick shipping. Very satisfied.
Michael - 05/23/2022

2004 Ford F-150

Was having trouble finding the proper wiring harness package for my 2004 F150 pickup that provided trailer brakes. I received very quick and professional help with locating exactly the tow package I needed and having it shipped promptly to me.

product is working fine just as it was designed.
tommy f - 08/28/2020

2004 Ford F-150

I have just got around to installing the wire harness and it is not the correct one. I had to order it from the dealer.
It was the 4L3Z 13A576 BA.
I think you part finder might be wrong on this one.

The 2004 Ford F150 was a split model year. Ford actually sold two different vehicles as a 2004 F150, the 2004 F150 and the 2004 F150 Heritage. The Heritage was identical to the 2003 model, while the 2004 F150 used the new body style. The different trucks used different part number trailer connectors, the Heritage used # 118242 and the F150 used # 118247.
-- Etrailer Expert Mike L - 02/06/2019


I am very pleased with the wiring kit I had purchased from your company. The instruction were complete and the shipping couldn't have been quicker. The plug in harness fit my truck and was very easy to install. I have only one suggestion, and it is a minor one at that. The kit does not contain a mounting bracket for the vehicle plug itself, so a little time was spent fabricating one to mount the plug. Again this is a minor suggestion and will not keep me from visiting your website and/or making any purchases in the future. Thanks for a great product !!! Tony

Still have the trailer product on my truck. Rebuilding a second trailer right now for bigger equipment.Thanks again, have a great day,
Tony J - 07/27/2015

2004 Ford F-150

I have a 2004 f150, (not a heritage).
ordered the wire harness and bracket to mont.
Guess what?
The harness does not plug into the 4 way.
There are two connections. The main 7 way connection plugs in but the 4 way connection on the harness does not fit the truck's 4 way.
O, the mounting bracket that is recommended for this harness also does not worked at all.
Only one hole in the mounting bracket lines up.
Total waste!

The wiring harness actually plugs inline at the point where the factory 4-pole trailer connector plugs into the vehicles wiring harness on the drivers side frame member on the drivers side frame rail. Follow the factory 4-pole from the bumper until the connector is found. Unplug that connection plug the # 118247 inline.
-- Etrailer Expert Mike L - 04/26/2018


Will allow correct hookup of trailer wi ring

2004 Ford F-150

I am very pleased with the order I made from etrailer. Etrailer was fast and easy. Receive my order on time. I also like the fact that they had a video showing how to install product.


Perfect fit and easy to install

2004 Ford F-150

Well I suppose if you are mounting the 7-pin to your bumper this is a 5-star product. The only reason I'm giving it 4-stars is because I wanted to mount the 7-pin in my truck bed for a 5th wheel (2004 Ford F-150).

I knew when I purchased this item that the cabling for the 7-pin would not be long enough to do this. I had to cut this portion of the cable and extend all 7 wires about 2 feet, then re-wrap the cabling. Once this was done, it's a perfect product for in-bed mounting.

One CAN purchase an extension for the 7-pin but it's $43 as I recall. I URGE etrailer to create this exact setup with a longer 7-pin for applications such as mine. I can't possibly be the only one doing this.

Other than that, great product, great service, no issues at all.

2004 Ford F-150

I have not installed the product yet. The wiring harness , connectors and instructions seem to make the brake wiring job I need to do very easy. It will turn a difficult job into a easier project than I thought.


I looked and asked around everywhere for a seven pin plug. People wanted to charge me a couple hundred bucks to install it. I saw this video on youtube and went to the website and ordered it on the spot. Easy to install. Took five minutes. I wish it would have came with mounting bracket, but other than that, AWESOME!!!!! Definitely recomend this sight!


This is exactly what I needed and couldn't find it any where in my local area, not even at a trailer dealer. The product was very easy to install and worked as expected without complications of any kind. I love the product and was glad that it's what was needed to make the transition. The web site video provided adequate information pertaining to the product and how to install it with ease. Thank You!

2004 Ford F-150

The mount braket for the 7 way pin was not the correct size for the 7 way plug, I had to drill one hole just to get two screws in it.
The mounting braket with the clap, well the screw fell out of the clamp and I could not figure out how to put in back in and make it work.

2004 Ford F-150

I installed the items I orderd on a 2004 Ford F150 without factory trailer package.
The items suggested to buy fit perfect and work perfect. They were easy to install considering the truck is 8 years old. Some rust to deal with.
I would give two thumbs up.


I didn't install it, but ordered exactly what my mechanic needed. Installed at the shop in a couple of hours and pulled my new rv home the next day. All lights are a go, brakes work great.

2004 Ford F-150

Easy to install. Everything just snapped right in. Used the hole on the bumper under the black plastic to mount the 7-blade plug.

2004 Ford F-150

Great video directions. Easy to install. Clipped right into the existing truck wiring and the 4 prong dealer installed plug still functions.

2004 Ford F-150

wiring was exact fit but the brackets you have to buy to mount it none of the holes line up!!!!!

2004 Ford F-150

The product was very easy to install and works great! It was easy to find on, shipped the same day and made it to me faster than I expected after my free shipping upgrade. Thanks and I will use you again in the future!

2004 Ford F-150

Harness was easy to install and was plug and play. 4 stars because the screws and bolts were not salt water worthy. They rusted out and had to be replaced.


7 way tow harness 118247What a great experience dealing with Etrailer on this purchase. The actual transaction went smoothly and follow up communication from Etrailer staff was exceptional. I was immediately informed of receipt of my order, when my package was shipped, and receive a follow up message within hours of it's delivery. Their staff deserves a A+ for this transaction and I'll be back when and if I need something else.

2004 Ford F-150

The product I bought through your company was very good products, everything work as they describe it and easy installation as they said it would be.even after the sale they still continued to help us. I would recommend this company to other people and will order again from this company. Excellent job!!!!

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    My first instinct is that there is a ground problem on the trailer side. Even if a new trailer plug was installed, if it was connected to the same wiring the ground could still be faulty. I would double check that connection. On a trailer, the ground should be attached to a non-painted, clean and corrosion free bare metal surface. Make sure that the ground wire is not damaged from the connector to where it is attached to the frame. Since you have not had a problem until recently and it...
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    Although not all 2004 F150 models were equipped with the 4-pole connector, the Tow Package wiring harness you referenced, part # 118247 will still work with those with no trailer connector. The connector that the harness plugs into is located under the vehicle, along the drivers side frame rail behind the back bumper. To see the install instructions, click on the provided link.
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  • Installing The 7 Pin Wiring Adapter For 2006 Ford F-150
    On your 2006 Ford F-150, there should be an OEM connector that can clip right in. The Tow Package Vehicle Wiring Harness with 7-Way Trailer Connector # 118247 is the 7 way adapter you are looking for. I've attached a help article to assist in the installation and have attached a video.
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    We had the chance to install the Tekonsha 7-way kit part # 118247 on a 2004 Ford F-150 and we did find the correct connector. It's possible maybe you are trying to use the wrong connector. Try checking out the attached install video link to verify.
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  • Adding a 7-Way Trailer Connector to a 2010 Ford F-150 with Factory 4-Way
    To add a 7-Way trailer connector to your 2010 Ford F-150 with a factory 4-Way you will need # 37185. This is a partial hardwire installation but on your truck it will be easy. I have linked a video that should help. Go to about the 10 minute, 50 second mark and forward to see the process of accessing the additional wires to make the 7-Way fully functional.
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  • Converting a 4-way to a 7-way on a 2005 Ford F-150
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  • Will Tow Package Vehicle Wiring Harness 118247 Work on a 2005 Ford F-150 XL?
    Unfortunately, the part number you mention will not work with the 2005 F150. You'll have to use the 4 Pole to 7 Pole Adapter. Plug the existing 4-way into the adapter and attach the blue, black, and purple wires to the wires going into the connector on the driver's side frame rail. We have a Ford truck installation guide that shows how this is accomplished. I'll include a link below.
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    If your 2004 Ford F-150 has a factory installed 4-Way trailer connector and you install 7-Way # 118247 and its relay (and all of the other tow package fuses/relays are in place) then you will have a fully functional 7-Way connector and the reverse light circuit will be active. This will then activate the reverse lockout solenoid that is on the boat trailer so the brakes won't engage when in reverse.
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