Trailer wiring/Hitch

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Old 03 Oct 2005, 08:59 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Default Trailer wiring/Hitch

Most web sites recommend a "powered tail light converter" when installing
trailer light wiring on a 2002 Camry. Is this necessary?

I have a converter left over from an earlier car. Will I be runnung the
risk of "blowing" something electrically by not isolating the trailer ckt
from the car? I guess i just figured if something went wrong the fuse in
the tailight ckt would blow and protect the rest of the ckts.

Also any recommendation for a hitch? I'll be towing a small utility trailer
.....max 1,000 - 1500 lbs.


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