Pin trailer plug and connect these four wires to in-bed 7-pin plug as
shown. In my case, the wires were just long enough to reach the
in-bed 7-pin plug w/o splicing.
||I also attached the ground wire from
the 7-Pin plug to truck
chassis ground (optional).
||Splice a new wire into the
"T-Connector" harness and connect to the in-bed 7-pin connector as
||For model year 2004, reference Dodge drawing 8W-54-X
for details. Click
here for drawing.
||These are the colors for the wires between the 10-pin
and 7-pin in-bed plugs on the Reese "T-Connector" harness. The
WHT, BRN, YEL, and GRN wires are included on the harness. The
BLK, BLU, and ORG wires must be added.
||10-Pin connector is attached to the back side of the
7-Pin trailer connector located to the left of the license plate, and
part of the Dodge towing package. It is refered to as "Trailer Tow
On" on the 8W-54 drawings.
||7-Pin identification is the pin location as shown on
the drawing below.
||These instructions assume that the trailer towing
package was installed
at the factory.
||These instructions are for 2004 models 2500 and 3500
RAM trucks, and
have not been verified for other years or models. According to
Reese, the "T-Connector" harness will work on model year 2000 and newer
RAM trucks. Additional "T-Connector" configurations for other
vehicles may be available from Reese.
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