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CURT T-Connectors Part #56014 Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Charles H (Saint Louisville, OH) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Focus — Sep 29, 2011 5:48 AM
This connector was very easy to install on my 2007 Ford Focus Station Wagon. It says in some of the searches that I did that this connector does not fit the wagon, but it does. I like that it comes with a cover for the end to keep dirt out when not in use.
Reviewed by Mark F (Tomah, WI) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Ranger — Aug 17, 2009 9:21 PM
I searched the entire web looking for a hitch wiring kit that would plug directly into our vehicle tail light wiring harness for our 2007 Ford Focus Sedan. Another website listed the same Curt-T connector kit as not fitting our vehicle. Autoanything is the only website that said it did. Well autoanything got it right. This was the first time I bolted a hitch onto one of our vehicles and the first time I did the wiring. The kit worked perfect, was easy to install, and the directions were very good.
Reviewed by David B (New Braunfels, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Edge — Oct 21, 2008 11:54 AM
I was pleased with the ease of installation. Everything worked right the first time, and sure beats paying the $90 for the Ford part.
Reviewed by Dan B (Seattle, WA) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford Escape — Jul 28, 2008 5:14 PM
The instructions were senseless, but luckily they are not really needed in order to install this wiring kit. I used it on a 2008 Ford Escape and it works fine.
Reviewed by Richard M (Easton, CT) — Jul 24, 2008 11:05 AM
The connectors work very well once you figure out the correct installation. But the installation can be challenging. 1. The cable length between connectors doesn't account for space taken up by the hitch bracing. This makes it necessary to snake the cables above the bracing. Six inches more cable would make the job alot easier. 2. Not shown in the product picture, and more importantly not mentioned in the instructions, the set I got had a ground wire and screw to deal with. When this ground was not set, the unit doesn't work properly. (trailer lights don't work when headlights are on, both trailer lights flash with either directional, etc) Once I figured out that the self-setting ground screw was to be driven into the car body sheet metal behind the taillight assembly housing, everything worked fine.
Reviewed by Kimberly E H (Lockhart, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford Escape — Jun 26, 2008 6:33 AM
I was putting a hitch receiver on my 2008 Escape, and the people that I got the hitch from said they could wire it for me for $39.00.They told me they were going to splice it into the factory wiring, as you all know , if it isn't done correctly, over time it would rust and corrode. Well,I knew there had to be someone out there that made a 4 pin harness that hooked up to the factory wire harness and I'd be glad to pay a little extra. Googled it and Auto Anything popped up and there it was! Fast shipping, EASY installation, hooks up to the tail light plugs, a couple of wire ties and you're done! Thank you so much Curt for offering this product! Thanks Again Curt and Auto Anything Dave
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