Recommended 4-Pole to 7-Pole and 4-Pole Adapter For 2013 Toyota Tundra With 4-Way Trailer Connector
I have a 2013 Tundra with a 4 pin trailer hookup. I want to swap that to the 7-way hookup. What do I need get to make that happen? Thanks in advance.
asked by: Jeremiah
If you need a 7-way at the rear of your Tundra we have just what you are looking for.
I recommend part # ETBC7. This plugs into the 4-way you have on your Tundra, and with the additional wires installed you will have a working 4-way and a 7-way as well. You can cap the wires from the # 37185 that are not going to be used. I have attached a photo of the # ETBC7 that has the wires shown and labeled where they would be used for you can check out.
When working with electrical connectors I recommend using dielectric grease like part # 11755. This keeps dirt and moisture out of the electrical connections and helps prevent corrosion.
Products Referenced in This Question
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- Trailer Wiring
- Dielectric Grease
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