Curt Towed-Vehicle RV Harnesses

  • Connects a towed vehicle to an RV using a standard 4-way flat trailer plug
  • Simple plug and play design eliminates the need for cutting or splicing
  • Integrated block diodes isolate sensitive vehicle electronics from RV signals
  • Uses towed vehicle's existing taillights, brake lights and turn signals
  • Includes harness, 4-flat extension, mounting bracket and hardware
  • Optional harness add-on equips vehicle with standard 4-way flat for towing a trailer

Towing your vehicle behind your RV is a great way to experience more of the adventure on your cross-country excursions. Whether youre towing a compact car or a full-size truck, CURT has the perfect solution to help you Bring It! CURT towed-vehicle RV harnesses are a vehicle-specific, plug-and-play solution to wiring your vehicle for dinghy towing. They use original-equipment-compatible connectors to plug into your vehicles wiring system without any cutting, splicing or soldering required. They provide a standard 4-way flat connector to plug into the RV socket and synchronize the vehicles tail lights, turn signals and brake lights with the RVs. Because each towed-vehicle RV harness has a vehicle-specific design, installation is fast and easy. However, CURT RV harnesses are also built to provide long-lasting operation. They feature integrated block diodes that protect the vehicles circuits from the RV signals. They isolate the sensitive vehicle electronics, keeping them from overheating and short circuiting. Every CURT towed-vehicle RV harness comes ready to install with all necessary hardware included. They also come with a 4-way flat extension to provide plenty of length to plug into the RV socket, as well as a connector mounting bracket to mount the connector on the vehicle.

  • Connects A Towed Vehicle To An Rv Using A Standard 4-Way Flat

BrandCurt Manufacturing
TypeWiring/Electrical
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