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RoadMaster 6-Wire Trailer Connector - Vehicle End

RoadMaster 6-Wire Trailer Connector - Vehicle End

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Replacement socket fits RoadMaster 6-wire straight and Flexo-Coil electrical cords and includes a lid to keep the socket covered when it is not in use. Great Prices for the best trailer wiring from Roadmaster. RoadMaster 6-Wire Trailer Connector - Vehicle End part number RM-910030-7 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Roadmaster Trailer Wiring - RM-910030-7

  • Trailer Connectors
  • Vehicle End Connector
  • 6 Round
  • Plug Only
  • Roadmaster

Replacement socket fits RoadMaster 6-wire straight and Flexo-Coil electrical cords and includes a lid to keep the socket covered when it is not in use.


Features:

  • Socket designed for RoadMaster 6-wire electrical cords
    • Also works with standard 6-pole trailer connectors
  • Cap included to cover the connector when not in use


910030-7 RoadMaster 6-Wire Connector Socket with Lid





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Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for RoadMaster 6-Wire Trailer Connector Review

Hey everybody, Ryan here at etrailer. Today we're gonna be checking out the RoadMaster 6-Wire Trailer Connector End for the vehicle side. And we actually have one installed on our vehicle here today, right here at the front, just so we could show how this would typically be used. And generally speaking, these are really popular with plateau setups or whenever you're trying to pull your vehicle behind a motorhome. And what this is gonna do, your tow bar wiring or your diode wiring as some may call it would be hooked up to the back of this and then once you plug your cable into it, it's going to be able to transfer those lighting signals to the back of your vehicle. And there's quite a few different reasons one may need just the connector plug and one of the more popular one, reasons would be depending on what kit you buy, it may or may not come with this connector plug.

So there's some diode wiring kits or tow bar wiring kits, excuse me that'll come included with this and others that do not. And this is kind of one of those parts that fall through the cracks, if you will. And when you're trying to put something together you don't realize the kit doesn't come with it and then you gotta put it on and you're, you know, it's kind of a bummer. You gotta there realizing you need this. And this is where a perfect example today we had a smart diode wiring kit, didn't come with the connector and that's why they need it.

Something to pay attention to though, if your diode wiring kit doesn't come with this, depending on what tow bar you have, you might not need this. So for example, like one of the premier type tow bars, a RoadMaster Nighthawk for example, that'll come with the connector plug. So look at everything as a whole and help you figure out if this is something you'll need or not. Another big reason that a lot of people get just the the plug is due to damage. So a lot of times this will be almost the furthest thing in front of the vehicle, and it's not hard to do, things like this happen.

Maybe you swing into a parking spot a little too hot or get a little too close and tap some something with this, it could break and damage. And we also see a lot of times issues with corrosion. And after a few years of being out in the elements and everything, if it's not properly sealed up it could be corroded. So if you look on the back of this, it'll come with this rubber plug, which does help but there's all of our terminals in there, all right, and so when you have wires going in there, moisture and stuff like that can get inside of there and cause corrosion and then make this not really usable. It's one of those things where you could clean it up and maybe get by, or just get a new plug.

It's a pretty important part to make your lights work, so a lot of times it's often easier just to replace this. So there is solutions for that too. Let's say if that's your case, you don't want it to happen again. When you use this, you can seal the ends up really well, put some tape or electrical tape around this and just try to keep everything as airtight as possible and that'll really extend the life of your new connector plug. I do wanna mention so this is what we call a 6-way round type connector. So if you open up the door there, that's what it's gonna look like. And so this is the type of end that's gonna plug into it or the type of cable. And so you wanna make sure to have that. There's a bunch of different styles of these that have a straight cable or coiled cable or whatever but it needs to be this type of end to plug in. Then on the bottom of the cap, there's a small seal to help keep everything moisture and debris and junk out of there. And it also has a little catcher too, so when this is released down it'll kind of catch that lip there and prevent this from accidentally getting pulled out, so pretty cool there. So to take this out, you are gonna have to lift up on the lid and pop that out. This spring loaded too. So like I said, corrosion is usually what hurts these type of connectors the most, so having it spring loaded and sitting tight will really, should really help prevent or minimize that corrosion that can build up inside of your connector plug. With this having those 6 terminals I just kind of want to touch base on what these are used for. So you'll have a ground wire, a left turn, a right turn and a taillight signal. So that's obviously for all your lights and then one of the posts can be used for an auxiliary power. So more times than not, we use the center post for a battery charge line, vehicle charge line kit and then the last terminal, kind of a rarity that we use that one here, but it is better to have it and not need it than the other way around. Usually if we do end up using it, it'll be for a RoadMaster InvisiBrake Braking System and we'll use that if the motorhome will allow us to run an indicator light. So like I said, that's kind of an odd situation, but again it's not hurting anything just being an empty terminal. At least you have it if you need it. Other than that, though, not really a whole lot to it. This is kind of my go-to whenever I need to use one and I'm setting up a flat tow and we're missing the connector plug. It's the one I usually pull down and use. Compared to some of the other ones, I just find it a little more user-friendly especially in terms of hooking everything up since all the terminals are back here. Some of the other ones you have to take apart and this whole piece kind of slides out it's kind of a pain. So, like I said, this is the one I kind of favor outta all the others. And I wanna mention too, for those of you whatever you're mounting is up to, chances are pretty good it'll be a base plate, but if whatever mounted to if it doesn't have a spot for you to mount it up, there's also brackets that you can get like this one here and that will allow you to push your connector plug through there, bolt it down and then have a mounting flange here, so you can set this up how you want it and hopefully make your experience a little bit better. And that'll finish up our look at of the RoadMaster 6-Wire Trailer Connector End for the vehicle side..

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RoadMaster 6-Wire Trailer Connector - Vehicle End - RM-910030-7

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (222 Customer Reviews)

Replacement socket fits RoadMaster 6-wire straight and Flexo-Coil electrical cords and includes a lid to keep the socket covered when it is not in use.

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I explained to Roger (I believe was his name) that I have a Blue Ox tow bar and base plate, The base plate was installed along with the wiring kit, but did not include the wire to go from the front of the grill to the interior of my Jeep to plug in my RVi brake, and this is what he sent me. I'm attaching a picture of what I have on my vehicle. Not only was it the completely wrong part, but it arrived in damaged packaging which I did not open. Please send return instructions.

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I wish that I could say that we always get it right. I will have our Customer Service team contact you to make arrangements for returns.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 09/07/2023


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This connector I installed is plastic, so be careful as to not tighten the mounting screws to tight it could crack, when connecting wires that you are putting the right wires in place, markings on back side of connector are very small hard to read, would be nice if they would send a diagram of where wires go.



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Received my package within days of ordering and I went back to the website for the video to install it! Thank you for the quick response and having videos available so that I could use, the video showed a much more professional appearance than how it had been done. I’ve enclosed a picture!

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So far it’s been working great!
Janice - 02/21/2019


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Install went very well. Instructions were spot on.
Very pleased with results.
Will be ordering more items to improve stability and control on my Class C.



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We tow a 2022 Ford Escape behind our Winnebago motorhome. This wiring kit did the job for us. Everything working great!



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Joshua contacted me to inform me that the Blue Ox 6pin connector was out of stock and recommended the Roadmaster connector in lieu to help complete my entire order of a baseplate and Hopkins wiring kit. I’ve used Etrailer several occasions in the past and will recommend Etrailer to anyone / everyone asking about my install. Thanks Joshua!



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This was purchased to replace a broken connector. Was exact fit. Swapping wires was easy. Thank you.



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Upgraded to a new tow vehicle and etrailer had all of the components that I needed. I was working with a short timeframe to get the new vehicle adapted before hitting the road for the summer. All parts were delivered promptly and with no damages or missing parts.



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Produce was well described and arrived on time with clear installation instructions.



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Installed this on our Chevy Equinox so the battery doesn't get drained while towing it. More convenient than pulling a fuse. Easy install. Highly recommended.



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It is mounted on the bull bar of my 2019 JLU Wrangler. The umbilical has never disconnected while underway. Very good quality.



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If you want knowledge people who know what they are doing all you have to do is call e-trailer!
This is what I needed as a final step in getting on the road with my truck in tow! I have talked with more than a few parts providers, including Blue Ox, trying to get this project done. None of them came in even a distant second!



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I ordered and paid for a roadmaster 6 pin connector and was sent a made in China piece of junk. Etrailer has attempted to send the correct connector 2 additional times and have failed! Once sending the bracket I ordered and not the connector and then sending yet another China made piece of junk!!

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I checked with Roadmaster and also our stock. The connector design has changed and no longer has the Roadmaster logo on it. We are working to update the pictures that we have on our site.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 11/07/2022


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This is a piece of junk….one of the male plugs was broken and I checked the current on the others and no current passed through from one side of the plug to the other. Complete Junk….do not buy this product. I ended up going to [store] and getting a curt plug that worked just fine.



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Worked great with cord on tow bar I had to replace. Seemed the same quality as the part it replaced.

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Still working great!
Gannon - 08/04/2023


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I contacted Joshua at etrailer.com. I ordered and received a new Blue OX base plate and wire harness for my 2022 RAM 1500 4X4. The etrailer price was cheaper than using the Blue OX direct website. The base plate will be installed in the near future so I can tow my RAM behind my Class A Motorhome. Joshua was very knowledgeable and very helpful during the ordering process.



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Towing Connections DON'T HAVE TO BE UGLY! (see photo)

I bought a new 2019 4x4 Jeep Cherokee Limited with the Active Drive II transmission. It included the Technology Group option with Adaptive Cruise Control, etc. I then bought the corresponding Roadmaster baseplate (521452-4) to couple with our old Falcon All-Terrain towbar from a previous Jeep.

The 6-PIN SOCKET (Roadmaster 910030-7) was mounted on the two stems that stick out from the baseplate's main receiver brace. However, I bent, angled, and shortened both stems so the socket would sit flush along the curved grill's centerline. I also drilled the holes deeper into the ends of the two stems so I could use longer (1"), #10, self-drilling screws. The screw heads were painted black.

All the WIRES were placed inside black, heat-shrink tubing and tucked out-of-sight using zip ties.



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We purchased a used motorhome that had the Blue Ox Towing as well as the Patriot Brake system. We needed to order the tow plate for our toad as well as a few other items to get the set up ready. Kim was amazing at helping me get all of the parts needed to get us rolling! etrailer is the BEST!



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This was my original, but the pins got pushed out the back, so I tried another popular brand, only to find the all-metal assembly put the possibility of the wires shorting out within the "risky" category, so I went back to the non-metallic part, which won't "short" out and cause a problem. Fingers & toes.



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You did not ship a Roadmaster but instead a no name made in china product. I emailed you guys yesterday and tomylynn wants photos. I installed it as I can’t wait for another as we travel full time. The item sent does work but not what I ordered.



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Installation was properly done by Etrai ler



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Easy install. Goes well w my black bump er.



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I purchased this along with the 477-1 base plate. Excellent products and base plate was vehicle specific. Bolted on with very little effort. Bolted into the main frame of my 2009 Ford Ranger FX4 pickup truck without any modifications. Would definitely recommend to anyone.



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Small screws connecting the wires to the 6 way are easy to strip. The weather protection grommet would not pass through the mounting bracket when slid over the 6way plug. Therefore had to put the plug into the bracket and slid the grommet over from the back side. Works but somewhat of a pain and is contrary to what it s shown in the video.



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It is so easy to work with eTrailer!! A couple of phone calls and all your questions are answered. Their videos are also spot on and helped me tremendously when the place that installed the base plate said that they wouldn't install the BRK2505 brake breakaway kit. A simple view of their video and i was confident I would be able to tackle this portion of the install. thanks eTrailer, GREAT JOB!!


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