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I have a 2006 Ford Freestyle Limited and I want to install a trailer hitch. Is there a prewired source for the required wiring or do I need to purchase one of those wiring adapters??

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Go to a uhaul center they have listings for this you can also check pepboys and autozone hope this helps

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