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Has a 5 pole socket for trailer wiring

Need a female 5 pole plug that connects to the 4 flag male trailer wiring. 5 pole socket is approximately 1 inch in diameter. Cannot find a manufacturer that makes this size plug. Got any?

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Your terms are inconsistent.


Female 5 pole receptacle on the bike is what you need? You have a 4 pole male plug on the trailer?

You are looking for some sort of adaptor? Please show a picture of both ends, it would help.

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SOURCE: where do the male and

All the wires have colors. Like color wires go together. You can basically rewire a Honda by the color of the wires with out having to use a diagram . The only confusing thing you might run into is , for example, when you have a blue wire with a white stripe that connects to a blue wire with a white band near the connector. If you are trying to connect a part from another year or model , where the harness is different colors, then you may need two different diagrams if you want to attempt to use the part in question. Your best option is to make sure the part you purchase is for the year you have so the plugs and the wire colors match up.

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