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Draw-Tite 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Wiring Harness 7-Pole - GM, Ford, Dodge, Nissan, Toyota w/ Factory Tow

Draw-Tite 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Wiring Harness 7-Pole - GM, Ford, Dodge, Nissan, Toyota w/ Factory Tow

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Tow Ready Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring - 20110

  • Custom Fit
  • Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Wiring
  • 7 Blade
  • Tow Ready
  • 7-1/2 Feet Long

Tow Ready Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Wiring Harness 7-Pole - GM, Ford, Dodge, Nissan and Toyota w/ Factory Tow


Features:

  • Harness is 7-1/2' long to help reach truck bed
  • Simply plugs between the OEM wiring harness and the factory installed 7-way connector
  • Retains use of factory 7-way at rear of vehicle
  • 2003 and newer GM trucks do not need the factory installed 7-way connector
  • Limited 1-Year warranty


back of the connector

The back of the 7-pole connector.



connector installed

This is the "T" connection that plugs into the back of the factory installed 7-way trailer connector at the back of the vehicle.



20110 Tow Ready Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Wiring Harness 7-Pole - GM, Ford, Dodge, Nissan and Toyota w/ Factory Tow

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Video of Draw-Tite 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Wiring Harness 7-Pole - GM, Ford, Dodge, Nissan, Toyota w/ Factory Tow

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Video Transcript for Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Wiring Harness Installation - 2019 Ram 2500

Rob: Hey, everybody. Rob here at etrailer.com. Today, we're going to be taking a look at the Draw-Tite fifth wheel and gooseneck wiring harness on our 2019 Ram 2500. Now, our Draw-Tite is going to give us a seven-way connector in the bed of our truck, so whenever we hook up our gooseneck, it's going to prevent us from having to drape the cord over the tailgate and go to the bumper. Because a lot of times, we don't even have that much room or that long of wiring, to where it can come back over and go all the way over to the passenger side, where our factory wiring is. But this way, it's just really convenient, really easy because whenever we hook up, we can simply just plug in our wiring, close the tailgate, and we're ready to go.

It does have a nice spring-loaded door, so we don't have to worry about dirt and debris getting in there, if we forget to close it, because it will close right on its own.Now, if we look on the inside, it does have a gasket in there, so it is going to help, even if it does have water running in the bed, it is going to help keep it out from the actual connectors itself. Now, I think one of the best things about our wiring is the fact that we're not going to be losing anything. We are gaining a socket in the bed of our truck, but we are still able to use the factory seven-way at the bumper. So again, now we have two working seven-ways, and they're going to be fully functioning. So if you have a 12-volt hot source at the back, it'll work in here, as well as all your lights, your tail lights, your turn signals, brake lights, backup lights, as well, if you have a brake controller in your truck, it's going to feed this circuit too.So that way, whether you're doing a bumper pull, and you have it plugged into the bumper, or you're pulling your gooseneck, you can make sure that the lights and the brake controller is working on your trailer.

The installation is extremely straight-forward. Just simply need to find where we want to Mount our seven-way in the bed of our truck, we're going to need to drill a hole so we can put a plug in place, and then we'd route the wiring over to the seven-way at the back of the bumper. And then getting everything hooked up is as simple as unplugging the factory wiring and plugging our new harness in line with it because it's going to use a T-connector. So we're not going to have to cut or splice any wires on our truck. In fact, let's go ahead and show you how we got everything installed.To begin our installation, we want to find a spot where we want to mount our seven-way.

Now, in our Ram, we're going to be mounting it right here towards the back, so we have really easy access to plug in our wiring when we hook up our gooseneck. Now, in your instructions, they're going to have you drill a two-inch hole. Now, if we use a two-inch hole saw, we've found that it really doesn't fit over the socket, and the harness isn't going to fit through. So I'm going to use a two-and-one-quarter-inch hole saw, and you can see it's just big enough to fit over the wiring that has to go through the hole. So again, even though the instructions say to use a two-inch, the tabs on the wiring will not fit through there, so I'm just going to go a little bit larger.Now, before I make the final hole, I'm actually going to drill a pilot hole through there, make sure it's centered and put where I want, and it's not a bad idea to double check coming from underneath that you have enough room while you're drilling because we don't want to drill into the outside of our truck.

So I'm going to take my pilot bit, and I'm going to drill a hole right in about the center of where I want my socket mounted. And again, you want to be extremely careful not to push too hard and have that drill bit go out to the outside of the fender. So now, I'll take my hole saw, and we'll drill through and cut out the final size.Now, you can see here, we actually have another piece of metal there. We are going to have to cut that piece out. So keep that in mind, depending on where you're mounting it, you do need room for the entire hole to be open, so I'm going to go ahead and continue using my hole saw to cut this section out. Now, we can at least test fit our socket, and you can see the entire hole is going to be covered up, so even though we went a little bit oversized, we can still make sure that we're not going to have any gaps and have to worry about anything. Now, there's not too many sharp edges or burrs on here, but I'm still going to come back with a file, make sure there's no extremely sharp edges, just go around the edge and clean it up a little bit.I don't like to leave any exposed metal on here, so I'm going to come back with a little bit of spray paint and cover the exposed edges. Now, we have a spray-in bed liner in our truck, and the socket does cover everything up, but we're going to be using black spray paint. That way, if it does get a little bit of over-spray, you won't notice it. Now, at this point, we want to take our connector, our wiring harness that has the two connectors on the end of it, and we'll start feeding it down through the hole we just made. And you kind of need to work one end in, so you can get the other one in. And we want to feed as much of the wiring as we can down until we can get towards the end. And what I like to do, just so I don't lose the wiring in the hole, is I'm just going to go ahead and find the socket, plug it in, make sure it locks in place. Now, even if the wiring does fall, it can't fall all the way in.Now that we have our harness in place, we want to get our socket positioned. And I'm going to come back with a one-eighth-inch drill bit, and I'm going to drill a pilot hole in one of the corners. You can move it out of the way once you get a little mark. Now that we have that pilot hole drilled, we're going to grab the hardware, and we can secure down one hole and then continue to mark out the rest of them and drill out the holes and put the hardware in place. And kit's going to come with self-tapping screws, but I always find it easier if we get the socket in place and drill a pilot hole, that way we don't have to use a screw to make the hole itself, which makes it a little bit easier for it to get it started. And it also kind of holds the socket, and if it's not quite level, we can still make our adjustments as needed.So now that we have that one in, we'll just repeat the process three more times and get the rest of the hardware in. So our wiring came down right in the fender well back here, and now we want to route our two connectors at the end of the harness towards the seven-way at the back of the bumper. So I'm just going to take the same path that most of the factory wires are going. I'll go over the support right here and start routing it over to the passenger side of the bumper because that's where our factory seven-way is. I'll just take some of the slack out. And I always like to leave everything kind of loose, just to make sure that it is going to reach, then we can always come back and tie everything up using some zip ties. So our factory seven-way is going to be just to the passenger side of where our license plate is on the bumper. There's a little tab here. We're going to squeeze that, and that'll release it, then we'll pull back to disconnect it.Now, plugging in our seven-way is going to be extremely easy. We're just going to take the male end, plug into female, then the female end and plug it into the male end. Just make sure everything locks into place. And then again, just take some time, take some zip ties, and we can tie up the excess wires. You do want to kind of pay attention to how you tie them up because we do have our spare out of the way right now. It's not required, but we just got done putting our gooseneck in, so we want to make sure that we have enough room back here, while we're tying it up, that it doesn't interfere with our spare tire.Now, the final step of our installation is going to be testing all the circuits and make sure they work properly. So I have my seven-way tester plugged in, and if you need one of these, you can pick it up here at etrailer.com. Now, we can already see that our 12 volt is lit up, so we are getting 12 volts in the bed, as well as the back of the bumper. We can start cycling through our lights. Here, we can see that our taillight function is working, the left turn, the right turn, and our brakes.Now, if I hit the manual override, we can also see that the brake controller port is sending a signal back as well, which is definitely a good thing if we have our gooseneck hooked up. But with all of our circuits working properly, we're ready to hit the road. But again, I'm Rob here at etrailer.com, and that'll finish up your look at the Draw-Tite fifth wheel and gooseneck wiring kit on our 2019 Ram 2500.


Customer Reviews

Draw-Tite 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Wiring Harness 7-Pole - GM, Ford, Dodge, Nissan, Toyota w/ Factory Tow - 20110

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (322 Customer Reviews)

Tow Ready Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Wiring Harness 7-Pole - GM, Ford, Dodge, Nissan and Toyota w/ Factory Tow

- 20110
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2010 Chevrolet Silverado

Installed this harness on my 2020 Silverado 2500HD. I only used the harness because in the bed of the truck it already has a cut out for the plug end. I purchased the plug end from the Chevrolet dealer. Everything works great. Install time less than 10 minutes.



- 20110
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Etrailer had exactly what I needed to provide power to my truck camper. The plugin on my bumper will be used to hook up my boat trailer. The kit came with everything needed to complete the installation except drill, hole saw and screw driver. Instructions were easy to follow and installation from start to finish took about 45 minutes. Once installed I connected up my truck camper and everything worked as expected.



- 20110
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Fantastic product, easy to install and is of very nice quality have used it for a year now with no issues.


Comments
Fantastic product glad I purchased and installed. Durable and convenient rather than putting your plug over to tailgate and it was very easy installation
Chris W - 06/04/2021


- 20110
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Easy install. Instructions we easy to follow. Electrical hook-up was right on.


Comments
Has performed well. After installation following the instructions, the product has been easy to use.
Eliseo - 05/31/2021


- 20110
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The wire harness was very easy to install, it makes hooking up my 5th wheel camper much easier. The quallity of the harness is top-notch.



- 20110
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2016 Chevrolet Silverado 3500

I purchased this item to have an easy hookup for the light harness on a fifth wheel. Product was very easy to install and worked exactly as it should. Installation was very simple and straightforward. Did have to lower the spare tire under the bed to locate the existing plug in. Wire harness was plenty long which gave many options for mounting locations.


Comments
Product is still working as it should.
Jared - 05/19/2020


- 20110
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Just what I needed in the bed of my truck. Easy to install just had to drill the hole. Then plug and play!



- 20110
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2006 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty

Came with hitch so can’t speak about shipping but it was the correct part from the order. It was very easy to install with a 2” hole saw.



- 20110
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2013 Ford F-250 Super Duty

Harness install is about as easy as it gets. The only issue was placement on our 2013 Ford F-250 Super Duty. Truck is a bit higher so we didn't want to have to mess with reaching over the bed rail to plug in. Put it in the post behind the tail light this time. ( for convenience ) Worked just fine.



- 20110
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Plug and play. I had wiring harness to spare.



- 20110
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Perfect match and easy to install. Included printed instructions aren't too good, so I used YouTube. Hardness extension is long enough to install in any side of truck bed. The time consuming step was drill the 2" connector hole in the truck bed. 20-50 minutes, depending on your skills and tools.



- 20110
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Plug and play. Very easy install. Live in the northeast and dielectric grease on the connections is a must.



- 20110
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Product was extremely easy to install, once it was done it looked like a factory install. Great Product and would definitely recommend buying from Etrailer.



- 20110
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2015 Ford F-350 Super Duty

The wiring harness shipped quickly, once it arrived I watched the installation video under the harness, went out and literally 45 minutes later it was done. Great item, thank for the installation video, made things even simpler.



- 20110
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2018 Ram 2500

Shipping was as expected and the product arrived in good condition. The etrailer.com installation video was a nice helpful tool and installation was a breeze. I am ready to hit the road.



- 20110
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This seems like a very well built harness. I have installed, have not used it yet. The only thing I would like to see different, a 45 or 90 degree on the plug that goes into the bed. The wires are not rubbing, but I think it would put less stress on the connections to the bed plug. Great product though. I would definitely recommend it.



- 20110
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I recently purchased a fifth wheel hitch for my new truck but wasn't sure I ordered the correct one after hitting the "enter" key! I called etrailer the following morning and found out I had, in fact, ordered the wrong hitch. The young man I spoke with was incredibly helpful - he canceled my initial order, explained what I really needed and why and then placed the order. I went on line the next day and found that the order had somehow been cancelled. I then spoke with LEAH G. She is the bomb. She corrected everything and did her best to expedite shipping including personally making certain that MY shipment was on the last truck of the day. What more can I say. Etrailer.com and Leah G are unbelievably awesome from beginning to end! Thank you for a great experience Conrad


Comments
Everything is still working great!
Conrad C - 04/19/2018



- 20110
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Worked out great to power 7-pin connections for a truck camper and a trailer behind it.



- 20110
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2017 GMC Sierra

This product was extremely easy to install and very self explanatory. There is a video on the website of them installing this and it tells you everything you need to know but chances are you won't even have to watch it. I installed this on a 2017 GMC 2500 Sierra Denali HD. I haven't tested it yet but I am confident there will be no issues



- 20110
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Easy plug and play. Works perfectly.



- 20110
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Easy to install and works great. I tow a trailer two or three times a week and have had no issues.



- 20110
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This product was so extremely easy to install I could hardly believe it, took me 30 minutes to install, only reason it took so long is I could not decide exactly where I wanted to place it, once that was done the actual project took about 10 minutes start to finish.



- 20110
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2019 Ford F-350 Super Duty

Product arrives on time and not damaged. Company very easy to work with and very helpful.



- 20110
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2018 Chevrolet Silverado 2500

Plug was as advertised, a custom fit that took 15 minutes to install after the hole was drilled. Will definitely recommend this product for DIYers.



- 20110
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Quick and easy wiring hookup


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    Yes, the Draw-Tite Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Wiring Harness, item # 20110, will install inline with the tow package wiring harness on your truck and the back of the factory connector at the rear bumper on your 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD with towing package. I would recommend protecting the connections with some dielectric grease, item # 11755, for longevity. Once the connectors are attached under the vehicle you will run the other end to where it is needed in the bed of the pickup...
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  • Recommended 5th Wheel Wiring Harness for a 2016 Ford F-350
    The correct 5th wheel wiring harness I recommend for your 2016 Ford F-350 is the Draw-Tite 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Wiring Harness 7-Pole part # 20110. In order to install this 5th wheel wiring harness or any 5th wheel wiring harness for that matter you will need to use a 2" hole saw. I have attached an install video for you as well.
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  • My 2015 Ford F350 Shows No Trailer Connected When I Connect My Trailer, What Could Be The Issue?
    Sounds like there is a connection issue with your 7-pole trailer connection as that is what will tell your 2015 Ford F-350 if there is a trailer connected or not. This is something you need to fix as it could cause some issues over time. If you're wanting to take care of your truck and solve the issue, it may be time to replace the existing 7 pole and wiring. All you'll need is the Draw-Tite 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Wiring Harness 7-Pole # 20110. This will replace not only the connector, but...
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  • Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Wiring # 20110 Recommendation for a 2011 Ford F250
    Yes, I checked with Draw-Tite and this Draw-Tite Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Wiring Harness # 20110 is a confirmed fit for your 2011 Ford F250
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  • Availability of a 7-Way Connector With a 90 Degree Angled Head
    If your vehicle has a U.S. Car Connector then you can use the Draw-Tite 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Wiring Harness 7-Pole # 20110 which will T into your current wiring. You can cut and tape off the other end of the T if you are not going to need it. We also have the Bargman part # 51-97-407 which will allow you to splice in a 7-Way to your current wiring. This might be a little more clean if you are needing to cut off the one side of the T on the Draw-Tite version. I have attached a few demonstration...
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  • Wire Gauge of 12 Volt Accessory Circuit on Draw-Tite 5th Wheel/Gooseneck 7-Pole 20110
    The 12 volt accessory circuit on the Draw-Tite 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Wiring Harness 7-Pole # 20110 that you referenced is 10 gauge. I attached an install video for this for you to check out as well.
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