Originally Posted by Terrain
smartest way to go about this!
have you used your terrain to do the towing you were going to do? and how did it go if you did?
yep, we picked up the trailer without issue. The trailer ended up being a 7-pin, not the 6-pin that the seller had mentioned to me. He said....oh, the trailer is the big 6-pin, you got the small 6-pin. Well, he wasn't the brightest tool in the shed because there is no such thing as a big 6-pin. There are 6 pin's around the outside and a 7th used as the center pin. This is the new standard for RV's and what not. So, we ended up going to Canadian tire, using wire-taps to at least get the lights working. We didn't really need to use the brakes for an empty trailer.
Got home and are now getting the proper wiring harness and brakes sorted. It is a good thing I took the trailer in with the vehicle as the brakes didn't appear to work on the trailer. So, now we got to fix that....
Joys of horse-trailer ownership. :-)