Reviewed By Alan P (Livonia, MI) Reviewed for a 2016 Chrysler Town and Country —3/30/2016 5:24 AM
Fast delivery, easy installation. Only issue was deciding how to run the wire from the front to the back. Took some creative thinking.
Reviewed By Gary H (Birmingham, AL) Reviewed for a 2003 Chrysler Town and Country —12/26/2009 7:15 AM
The connector does the job but I was a little disappointed to find that the last note on the instructions was to leave the wires in the Jack Storage Box until you need them. Apparently you have to pull the 4 flat connector from storage to the outside of the vehicle and then close the trunk lid down on the wire. The female end would then be hanging outside to connect to the male end from the trailer. I installed a wiring harness on my 1994 Town and County and all of the wiring came out underneath the vehicle and attached to the hitch next to the receiver...more of a "custom" look. I hope the wires hold up over time after having the trunk closed on them over and over.
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.