Dodge Journey: Wiring, trailer tow


Lamps Lighting - Exterior
Fig. 73: Instruction Sheet Are Placed In Glove Box

Vehicles equipped with an optional Trailer Tow Preparation package have a trailer tow wiring harness and an instruction sheet (1) that are placed in the glove box (2) of the vehicle when it is shipped from the factory. This package also includes four relays to isolate the trailer lighting from the vehicle lighting and a four-way trailer tow wiring connector that are all concealed behind the rear bumper fascia after installation is complete.


The trailer tow preparation wiring harness is connected to the body wire harness at the right and left outer rear lamp unit connections. After installation is complete, a trailer tow stop/turn relay is secured to the harness behind the rear bumper fascia just below each outer rear lamp unit, while a trailer tow stop lamp relay is located on the underside of each outboard end of the rear bumper reinforcement behind the rear fascia. The four-way trailer tow connector is located near the center of the rear fascia. The wiring information includes wiring diagrams, proper wire and connector repair procedures, further details on wire harness routing and retention, as well as pin-out and location views for the various wire harness connectors, splices and grounds. Also refer to the Instruction Sheet packaged with the harness for additional details.

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