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2006 Chevy Cobalt Hitch Wiring

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Great for the 2012 Hyundai Santa Fe

Reviewed By Jeff M (Concord, NC) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Cobalt —10/25/2011 8:36 PM

Works even easier than the directions say for the 2012 model and if you want to install it so that it routes underneath the vehicle with a drill and some moderate mechanical knowledge it can be easily done as well. Using it out of the package you hook it up and put it out of the trunk and put it back when not in use, great for occasional use but for frequent use drilling to allow routing under the vehicle is the way to go plenty of access under the trunk vehicle jack box for this in the Santa Fe. Easy installation, works like a charm no surprises route under neath the side panels to reach the tail light connector through the access panel in the back side wall of the vehicle then repeat for the other side. Easier when you see it.

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Reviewed By Joe R (POUGHKEEPSIE, NY) Reviewed for a 2017 Chevy Corvette —9/21/2016 7:06 AM

Bought the unit to combine the turn signals with the stop lights on my C7 Corvette; I HATE yellow turn signals. I was not simple dropping the rear valence to access the rear light assemblies, but it was worth it. The car's battery is right there in the rear, so it made the hookup easy. They work great; turn signals and stop lamps are the same lamps. I also wired the old yellow turn signals with the back-up lamps; they are very "illuminating" now.

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Convenient Installation. Works Well. Recommended.

Reviewed By Wilbur T (GREAT FALLS, MT) Reviewed for a 1978 Ford F-250 —11/14/2016 9:50 AM

My truck already has a 4-way flat, so this made the installation easier and cleaner. Splicing into wires is a necessary evil at times and this avoids that unpleasantness. The bracket needed a small bend to allow the door to open all the way so the plug-in will fit. This is the one with the LED lights that indicate which pins are working, but I wish I had purchased a separate tester instead. One LED light always stays on. Battery drain isn't a concern, but unnecessarily attracting attention is.

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