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Old 01-18-2012, 08:25 AM   #1
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2nd Gen 7 pin Trailer Plug

Does anyone have one for sale? Everywhere that I have looked is upwards of $150 and would like to find one cheaper. The plastic around where you insert the 7 pin adapter is cracked so it wont hold always stay plugged in while I am towing my boat. The part number that I'm looking for is 82169-04010
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I gave up looking for an OEM one. I picked up a Hopkins unit from Walmart and spliced in the stock wiring.
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I guess i dont need the whole assembly and could just use the plug. Just not sure how good the whole splicing thing would work out. How did it work out for you whippersnapper?
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try etrailer.com. see if they have something you could use.
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Does anyone have one for sale? Everywhere that I have looked is upwards of $150 and would like to find one cheaper. The plastic around where you insert the 7 pin adapter is cracked so it wont hold always stay plugged in while I am towing my boat. The part number that I'm looking for is 82169-04010
Yeah, that's the whole harness.

Here's the plug that I like:
Pollack part number 12-705

I like it better than the stock Toyota part.
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The thieving bastards at my stealership have it for $237 + tax!! Currently scanning junkyards...
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Old 01-18-2012, 11:51 PM   #10
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I've got just the plug. Assuming you still have the stock wiring intact all you would need to do would be pop out the rubber plugs on yours and remove the ones on mine and play match the colors. I cut mine and wired a new one so I could mount it next to my license plate. Let me know if you're still interested.
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Thread revival

Does anyone have a used one laying around or anything? My buddy busted his a while back and is looking for one to buy but doesnt want to spend the $200 for a new one from Toyota.
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http://www.amazon.com/Flagline-47185...harness+plug+7

You can get them at Walmart or any parts store.
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I gave up looking for an OEM one. I picked up a Hopkins unit from Walmart and spliced in the stock wiring.
I did this too, just google the wiring diagram and match up your wires, use shrink wrap and wire loom to protect your splices.
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This one is supposed to be plug-n-play

http://www.amazon.com/Tow-Ready-2013...ype=automotive
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This one is supposed to be plug-n-play

http://www.amazon.com/Tow-Ready-2013...ype=automotive
This one looks pretty close to the OEM one. Do you know if everything is plug-n-play?....like even the bracket too? He just snapped the back piece off but pretty much needs a whole new setup.

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This one looks pretty close to the OEM one. Do you know if everything is plug-n-play?....like even the bracket too? He just snapped the back piece off but pretty much needs a whole new setup.

that's exactly what the one on my Tundra looks like.

According to the manufscturer's website, it's a 10 minuite install. You might want to call them because the application chart only shows 09-12 tacomas.

http://www.towready.com/content/prod...D=1515+&part=0
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that's exactly what the one on my Tundra looks like.

According to the manufscturer's website, it's a 10 minuite install. You might want to call them because the application chart only shows 09-12 tacomas.

http://www.towready.com/content/prod...D=1515+&part=0
Yeah I just looked it up and and I will get a hold of them to see if it fits the 2008's and older. Thanks for the links!!!
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Dang those guys respond back to e-mails pretty quick!! But here is what the guys wrote:

1995 – 2008 Tacomas are not wired for 7way connectors and so the 20119 does not have anything to which to attach.

Thank you for contacting the Technical Group

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But from looking at this picture that my buddy sent me and from the picture of this plug which is for a 2003-2006 Tundra, it looks like the adapters will fit each other and on the Amazon website it says they are compatible. What do you guys think?




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Dang those guys respond back to e-mails pretty quick!! But here is what the guys wrote:

1995 – 2008 Tacomas are not wired for 7way connectors and so the 20119 does not have anything to which to attach.

Thank you for contacting the Technical Group

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But from looking at this picture that my buddy sent me and from the picture of this plug which is for a 2003-2006 Tundra, it looks like the adapters will fit each other and on the Amazon website it says they are compatible. What do you guys think?
Well, I have a 2008 with an OEM 7-way connector, so their Technical Group isn't totally correct. Amazon shows this will work for my 2008, not sure about older years though.

Very interested to know if this will work though, I just broke my connector in the same way and need the OEM size for the pre-cut hole in Billy's rear bumper...
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