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Hey guys,
Has anyone come up with a good way to run the trailer wiring exteriorly/permanently rather than just flopping it out the back of the hatch when you tow? I'm going to be using an adapter to go to a 7-way wiring harness to utilize electric brakes and I'd prefer to just leave it connected rather than pulling the 4-pin out and connecting it every time. Seems sorta ghetto!

Any advice would be appreciated...
 

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They sell adapters that attach to the trailer hitch, so that it looks like one piece. Go check out a trailer place
 

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Hi Rick,
Thanks for your reply.
I have seen the adapters, but you still have to get the 4-pin to the adapter and so far as I have seen, everyone just flops the 4-pin wiring out under the hatch and connects it to the adapter. I'm looking for a way to go straight through the under carriage of the crv and run the 4-pin to the adapter in a clean and permanent way.
 
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