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What Harness is Required to Replace a Trailer Harness Converter Box on a 2006 Chrysler Pacifica

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I have a 2006 Chrysler Pacifica that I need to replace an existing powered converter. You have two units, the 119190 and the 119147. From the Tekonsha Web Site both are 7.5 / 4.2 Amps and both have Integrated Circuit and Overload Protection. The difference seems to be the compatibility with the Advanced circuity ST, STT, and PWM. Which unit would you recommend for my application?

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You are exactly right, the only difference between the Upgraded Modulite, # 119190, and Modulite # 119147, is the compatibility with ST, STT, and PWM systems. Since your 2006 Chrysler Pacifica does not use these advanced circuit systems, you are better off going with the more cost effective modulite, # 119147. You won't be sacrificing any quality or capabilities that would be related to your vehicle.

It sounds like you may already have an idea of how to replace the harness, but I'll a little more just in case it helps out future readers. Start by disconnecting the positive battery cable and the fuse from the existing trailer harnesses fuse holder. Cut the wires going from the tail light connectors to the converter box and splice them into the new converter box color for color. This harness doesn't come with any hardware, so you may also want to pick up a butt connectors, # DW05744-5 for the Red, Yellow, Green and Brown wires and # DW05743-5 for the black and white wires.

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