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2008 rav4 towing package

Part of the towing package includes pre-wiring for a trailor. Where do you connect into this wiring at?

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Here are the installation instructions for the wiring harness for this vehicle.

Click Here for Instructions.

You can also view this part here.

Hope this helps!

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

It all goes into the os rear light/wireing loom .and dont forget the indicator bleeper ..it is a legal require ment.and there is a relay to counter act the dash board lights from flashing.

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