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Re: truck wiring for a trailer

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Mike (WA)

06-08-2014 06:37:44

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So you've got a good socket on the truck, and a good plug on the trailer, but they're just not the same? An even better place to find an adapter is an RV dealer. I have a couple in my truck, so when someone borrows my truck or trailer, they won't be tempted to rewire it to fit what they have (as one moron did- and brought it back that way! He's no longer on my list of preferred borrowers).

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John in La

06-08-2014 08:17:10

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 Re: truck wiring for a trailer in reply to Mike (WA), 06-08-2014 06:37:44  
Are you saying there are truck and or trailer manufactures that do not follow a standard wiring diagram for what plug runs what item.

IE: Ford uses plug 1 for the tail lights while GM uses plug 1 for the left turn.
That seems kind of stupid to me but hey I have seen worse.

I took the original post to mean he wanted a plug and play 7 pin plug for his truck. It just plugs into the factory wiring without cutting and splicing the truck wires.

The problem is this plug works on 1999 to 2001 F250/350
They do not list one for a 1997 F350.

For it you first need to get a 4 wire plug and play.

And then convert it over to a 7 plug.

But I may be reading the original post wrong and you have it right.

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John T

06-08-2014 06:41:28

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 Re: truck wiring for a trailer in reply to Mike (WA), 06-08-2014 06:37:44  
Geeeeeeeee Mike, if I ever get to Crater Lake again (maybe 2015) I was gonna bring my RV past your place and ask to borrow trailers and boats and adapters lol lol

John T

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