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Old 09-30-2015, 10:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Need online source for OEM replacement trailer wiring harness

I live in Mexico and don't have access to a dealer to get OEM parts. I need to replace the truck side 7 blade RV trailer wiring connector, as well as the connector on the trailer side. I can't find an online source for the OEM truck side wiring harness, only aftermarket connectors that screw to the bottom of the bumper. I'd like to find an exact wire harness replacement for my 2008 duramax.

There's also a set of wires with connectors that run between the permanent truck wiring and the truck side connector. I also need to replace that wire harness. I can only find extensions for 5th wheel connections, not a replacement. I guess I could loop up the wiring to take up the slack on the 5th wheel extension, but it would be a lot cleaner to replace it with a set of wires that are the same length.

Any suggestions for online vendors where I can find the exact replacement parts? I'll ship it to a friend to bring down to me.

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Start here https://www.dieselplace.com/forum/76-...g-harness.html

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truck side connector, I bought one for my 2004.5 2500HD from them. Looks pretty decent. If no Oreilly's close to you, do a search on the Dorman part nbr which 924-307.

I see advance carries them. any auto store should be able to get a Dorman part

Dorman OE Solutions 924-307 - Trailer Plug | O'Reilly Auto Parts
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