You mentioned a four wire flat connector... is this what your trailer has? If so, I'll direct this response to that situation. If your trailer isn't a four wire, that will require a different answer. BTW, an isloator harness isn't the same thing as the bike's trailer pigtail. The pigtail is wired in after the harness.bamaTrider said:What is the best method for bike to trailer light wiring? I have seen different types of harnesses for this. One is a simple 4 wire flat connector, the other is an isolator type. Where do you buy them? What are the pros and cons of each?
Stan,bamaTrider said:Thanks for the clarification, Wanderer. My trailer has a std flat 4 wire auto type connector. I think what you are describing is the same as on my Silverado truck. I had to buy an adapter from Hoppy to convert it to 4 wire flat connector because std wiring would blow a taillight fuse. I'll visit the Hoppy and or Electrical Connection sites again for a plug and play version of the isolator and pigtail.