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  1. After purchasing a hitch from Krustyballer I needed to add trailer wiring. My major hold up was I didn't want to cut into the factory wiring. So I started looking for preterminated connectors. I was able to find both sides available from ACDelco among others. PT454 is the male end. PT222 is the ACDelco number, I bought a S1056 from Standard. I bought both on eBay for $15 each. They have now both gone up to about $40 from what I can find. Then Minuit suggested Mouser Electronics. They have both connectors available in individual pieces. This is the page for the female connector. The page for the male connector. The page for the seals you will need for both connectors. If you want to make the harness you will need. 12048074 x 3 12052139 x 2 12059472 x 1 12052486 x 1 12052200 x 1 12052199 x 1 12045773 x 3 12052172 x 2 12048086 x 6 12048443 x 4 had to buy from eBay 12059168 x 4 That shopping list will build both connector ends. For my first one I started with the S1056 and added the Mouser parts to the other end. I then soldered in a 4 way connector. I wanted to be able to switch it the trailer connector ends if it gets mangled or corroded. I also plan on using this end that I will drill a hole in the bumper to mount. It should look like it belongs there. I then coated the solder joints in liquid electrical tape. This stuff works quite well. Wrapped the new harness in electrical tape.
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