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Re: truck wiring for a trailer

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06-08-2014 09:01:23

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I have a 4 prong flat already but need the 7 to run the brakes. The truck has plugs run a 4 by its self and another for brakes, power for breakaway battery and back up lights. What i need are the connecters to merge them into the 7 prong. Maybe has to become an expensive Ford item if they even stock it any more

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06-08-2014 16:38:22

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 Re: truck wiring for a trailer in reply to C K MN, 06-08-2014 09:01:23  
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So why not cut them off and put the wires into a new 7 way so you have a proper wiring system?

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John in La

06-08-2014 09:41:46

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 Re: truck wiring for a trailer in reply to C K MN, 06-08-2014 09:01:23  
They do not make a 7 prong plug and play for a 97 as far as I know.

My 97 had the factory 4 prong plug also. I bought the bottom picture #37185 in my other post to convert to 7 prong. It cost $24 plus shipping.

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D beatty

06-08-2014 09:24:05

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 Re: truck wiring for a trailer in reply to C K MN, 06-08-2014 09:01:23  
If you go to any good RV or trailer sales they should be able to fix you up with what you need. I would just wire in a 7 prong plug and do away with the other two plugs. If you ever do need to use a 4 prong they make an adapter that plugs into 7 prong and adapts to 4 prong.

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