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2010 Ford Escape Hitch Wiring

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Testing Confusion

Reviewed By Jim S (Shade, OH) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Escape —3/14/2014 5:18 PM

Installed with all wires on the inside of the vehicle, will pull the trailer light pigtail out through hatch when needed. Confusion - installed the Curt T-connector and then tested with a digital multimeter, measuring battery voltage on each circuit on the trailer plug without energizing any of the circuits. After uninstalling and reinstalling a replacement, through Curt, I found out this is normal. I feel there should be a warning in the packaging, not to check with digital meter.

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Ford Escape Tow Wires

Reviewed By ANTHONY S (Jackson, NJ) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Escape —9/23/2009 7:10 AM

The unit was constructed very well. The installation sheet was a little bit confusing at first, however once you look at the actual vehicle it makes a lot of sense. I ran the main power wire through the frame onmy 2010 Ford Escape straight from the battery to the rear on the driver's side. I installed the wire junction box in the frame of my truck as the rear frame is exposed. i used some of my own heavy duty wire ties to strap it in. I recommend doing the same. Overall to put a new hitch on my truck and wire the harness took 2.5 hours and mostly because the hitch is a little more difficult. Overal, the wiring took 45 minutes.

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C7 stop-turn signal combiner

Reviewed By Joe R (POUGHKEEPSIE, NY) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-150 —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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