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Old 05-28-2021, 11:32 AM   #41
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my brothjer bought a 2020 Rav4 Adventure and *loves* it, but its the first vehicle he's ever owned that wasn't at least 20 years old, hah hah. AND it didn't come with a hitch, and I don't think Toyota will provide 7-blade wiring, which is a must for most any FG trailer over 1000 lbs (thats all of them)
That’s a weakness of Toyota crossovers. They will only provide 4-pin wiring, even on the Highlander. It was one of the reasons I went with a Pilot rather than a Highlander. Every Pilot is pre-wired for 7-pin.

OTOH, one advantage of doing the wiring aftermarket is you can use a larger gauge wire for the charge line to deliver more power to charge the battery and/or run a 12V fridge.
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