For about 15 buxs you can buy one that plugs into your harness. Alot easier and cleaner than splicing into the harness.
See post#2. No splicing required: http://www.etrailer.com/pc-VWH~118350.htm You can usually find something similar at Wal-MartYep, I forgot to add this little tidbit.....For the life of me, I can not find a freaking pre wired plug in on the harness???? kind of strange, did some of them not come with it? Its a 94 XLT 5.8L..
I've installed my new reciever hitch and expected to be able to plug right into the pre wired plug...but now I cant find a plug..:duh
It should be obvious but.....
So I'm thinking I'll need to splice it in.
YW Y!:thumbupThanks for the link Miesk!! I have been looking for a plug and play harness.\ for my 90 bronco.
Light Truck & Bronco Trailer Towing Package Wiring Kit (PN F0TB-15A416-AA)I went to the website suggested by rla2005 (http://www.etrailer.com/pc-VWH~118350.htm)
I have an 89 FSB and it show that there is no plug and play...but under my rear bumper I have what looks like the same pre-wired plugs shown above...anybody else had the same experience. Should I just splice in or try the pre-wired for a newer model bonco???
Relays are nice if you've got a ton of running lights or anything else with high amp draw, but its not needed for the brake/turn lights. You could if you want to but its not even close to being needed.By the way guys, that "plug and play" breakout harness is a great start for a relayed setup to handle big trailers with lots of lights - the only thing you need is three relays (left blinker, right blinker, brake lights) and a decent-size power wire for them from the battery - you use the breakout harness to only trigger the relays, then you split the power feed between all of them and wire up each relay's output to the appropriate pin on the trailer connector. It's a very easy way of wiring a 7-pin RV connector on Ford trucks that do not have the factory tow package, and I realize that it's not really need on a Bronco but maybe if you also have an F-Series truck you can use that method...