EZ Connector – The last RV trailer plug you will ever buy


If you are frustrated with trailer plugs this video is a must watch. In this RV how-to video Mark Polk with RV Education 101 http://rveducation101.com/ demonstrates how to convert a standard 7 way trailer plug to an EZ connector plug using the EZ Connector Plug-and-Play Connector Kit.

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10 replies
  1. Fred Gay
    Fred Gay says:

    Why would you want to replace the standard 7 blade plug on your vehicle or on your trailer? This will limit your towing ability to this one trailer. I have to many trailers to do this with my truck.

  2. JB91710
    JB91710 says:

    Wouldn't it be a Lot Smarter to have an EZ plug on the truck AND trailer with a Removable extension cord connecting them that can be stored in the truck when not in use to prevent theft? That's where I thought this was going.

  3. lisa braden
    lisa braden says:

    what happened to my TRC model 44270? Surge guard plugged into post, my 50amp just installed shorecord from camp world plugged into that. Anyway, my TV stopped working, rv battery just enough juice to turn over engine. Surge guard says no power (3 yellow), but could hear power on. Why would surge guard change to using only chasis battery and blow my TV? Thanks

  4. 707SonomaComa
    707SonomaComa says:

    Where can I find out how to wire a 7 blade trailer brake light and brake harness on a 1970 Chevy truck?
    What is the correct way to wire it in the fuse box? I really do not want to tap the 7 blade round into the existing truck lights,
    I would like it to have it's own dedicated wiring.


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