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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I just picked up a "universal" trailer wiring kit at Trash Auto. The manufacturer is "Hoppy" and the kit is for "vehicles with independent bulb turn signals and break lights" wwhich I think is correct of the 'finders. There was no vehicle specific application for the Pathfinder.
Has anyone ever installed one of these no cut/no tape/no soldering type wiring kits, is there anything special I should look out for? or is it as easy as the maker would have me believe?


Brian Oberle
95 Pathfinder XE
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
I have not installed one on my path yet, but did put one on my Ford Pick-up
and it was really simple. I just pulled apart the connector at the rear of the
vehicle put in there tee connector in and that was it.

 
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If the has the correct splice connectors you should have no problem. I would be sure that you have the correct wire in the truck B4 you squeeze the connector. With a test light check that the wire does what it is supposed to first, ei: right flasher, left flasher, brake..

If you have the correct wire follow the instructions, and it should work fine

 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
got it

I ordered a model specific tee connector form Cabelas (made by Reese). I haven't installed it yet but it looks easy enough. Shouldn't be a problem once I get done procrastinating.

Brian Oberle
95 Pathfinder XE
 
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