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I have a 1997 Toyota RAV4 that I want to pull a trailer with but ther are no hookup for the trailer lights. I just want to know if there is a easy spot to hookup the wires on the RAV4?

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Why can't you call a Toyota Dealership and ask to speak with one of the service writers or a mechanic or parts person that might know a few things about your specific problem. You may just get the right person to help you out. Just ask.

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