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Old 11-07-2013, 07:49 PM   #1
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6 Pin round to 4 pin flat

Need a little help understanding what wiring I need.

My RV has a 6 pin round connector (see picture) and I am trying to connect to my Jeep Liberty. The wire harness I installed on the Jeep was from Blue Ox and is the basic 4-wire harness. I want to install a connector/mount on the base plate on the Jeep and then plug a harness into the new connector on the Jeep and then to the 6 pin connector on the RV. For those that have done this, how did you do it? I am not having much luck finding the right parts online.

Thanks!!
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You need one of these from our sponsor, RV Upgrades.

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Thanks very much. I ordered that and a 48" 4-wire flat extension cable.

I appreciate the help
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If your motorhome is like mine and has separate brake and signal lights, Hopkins also has a converter for that. I just bought one through Amazon and installed it.
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If your motorhome is like mine and has separate brake and signal lights, Hopkins also has a converter for that. I just bought one through Amazon and installed it.
When I checked with Blue Ox, they indicated that MH's newer than 2004 would not need the adapter. I certainly need to confirm that... Thanks for the feedback.
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