Question about 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager
Depends on what you have for an adapter. If it's sort of like a "T" shape with 4 pin connector coming out side, then you should be able to find spot to adapt it, somewhere between rear bumper & rear wheels, along frame area usually. If all you have is a flat 4 connector, with wires, then easiest way is to remove rear corner trim panel behind taillight on drivers side, and splice/wire it in there to harness.
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