CURT Custom Original Equipment Vehicle-to-Trailer Connector - Forester 1998-2008 / Impreza Wagon 2004 / Legacy 1996-1999 / More
A CURT custom original equipment vehicle-to-trailer connector (sometimes called a T-connector) is a simple, plug-and-play electrical device that eliminates the need for cutting, splicing and soldering when installing vehicle-to-trailer wiring.
Most vehicles do not come ready to tow. Unless your vehicle has a towing package, it is probably not equipped with a trailer wiring connector. This is where CURT's OE vehicle-to-trailer connectors come into play. A custom wiring connector uses a single original equipment plug to plug into a special socket provided by your vehicle. Though this option is not available on every vehicle, some automotive manufacturers design their vehicles to be easily equipped for towing by supplying a socket, integrated into the vehicle's electrical system, to readily accept a custom wiring connector. With a CURT custom OE connector, there is no need to tap into the taillight assembly because a special socket is already provided.
This custom original equipment vehicle-to-trailer wiring connector provides a 4-way flat connector socket and comes with a circuit-protected converter. It is designed to be a custom wiring option for certain years of the Subaru Forester, Subaru Legacy sedan or wagon (including L.L. Bean and VDC Editions), Subaru Outback wagon, Subaru B9 Tribeca or Subaru WRX (including Laredo and with skid shield) (to verify your vehicle compatibility, see the CURT application guide at curtmfg.com). CURT custom vehicle-to-trailer wiring connectors are designed to be long-lasting and simple to install. They come with dust covers to keep your connector clean when not in use and feature a one-year limited warranty to give you peace of mind.
|Turn and Brake Circuits||3 Amps|
|Tail Light Circuits||6 Amps|
|Electrical System Type||3W|
|Output Type||4-Way Flat|
|Converter Type||Circuit Protected and Powered|
|Installation Time||10 Minutes|
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