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2011 Nissan Murano Trailer Hitches

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Don't know why I didn't go with this the first time.

Reviewed By David A (Middleville, MI) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Murano —7/30/2016 6:06 AM

Paid $150 three years ago to have a trailer light system installed by a trailer dealer. It started blowing fuses and troubleshooting showed it was the power wire dealer installed was shorting. Further study showed it wasn't even needed! This kit is set up to plug into the power wire that is ALREADY THERE! Took about one hour to install and that included removing my old wires and panels. Works great. Only improvements would be better photos (or DVD or YouTube file).

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Great product for the price.

Reviewed By Kenneth K (Oak Ridge, NJ) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Murano —3/6/2013 4:59 PM

Hitch arrived in 1 day after ordering. After reviewing instructions, I was able to install in 1 hr. with no extra help. No need to move the muffler out of the way. an extra set of hands would have made it a little easier to install.

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Not at all bad!

Reviewed By Tyler R (Hanover, MD) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Murano —1/3/2012 12:24 PM

I read many reviews, and a lot were dated for 2009 Muranos. I have a 2011. It fit the car just right. The instructions call for you to drop the exhaust, but I dont have a lift, or power tools to make that job easy. I read a couple of reviews saying you dont have to drop the exhaust, and it is definitely true. The only challenge is having the hitch twisted in just right, and you may scratch up the exhaust, but just slightly. After about 10-15 minutes of trying to position the hitch in, it went in and we were able to bolt it to the frame of the car. I am very pleased with how the hitch looks and am excited to start using it. The hitch estimates about 45-1 hour of time to install, but that's with a lift, power tools and knowing how to do this. It took me only an hour and 40, from using online tutorial and using hand tools and laying on our backs in the garage installing the hitch. All things considered, this was very easy and I am very happy with the end result.

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