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2001 Ford Escape Hitch Wiring

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Much easier than hard wiring

Reviewed By orlando b (Orlando, FL) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford Escape —5/17/2007 8:52 AM

Although a little on the expensive side, it's pretty easy to install. Just remove the tailight covers and plug into existing wiring. Mine came with the converter (a box about 2.5" square) that was somewhat of a pain to attach and ground to the body of the car. It's tight behind those tailights. The Ford Escape does not have any access from the inside, so all wiring has to be run from outside the car. No big deal though.

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Great product

Reviewed By Dale K (Escanaba, MI) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Escape —2/23/2017 6:07 AM

Curt puts out excellent products! This worked great for the 2014 Ford escape that I installed it into! Took some time for the wiring though!

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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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