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Adapter needed for 4 way flat pin connector?

Hi,

Super painful newbie question, I have a 2014 Overland and need to rent a Uhaul to move this weekend and then to tow a car in a couple of weeks. Uhaul specifies that their trailers have either a 4way flat connector or bullet connector, I unfortunately do not have easy access to the vehicle at the moment so I can't stand behind the vehicle and act like I know what I am looking at

However, just based on the fact that the factory comes with 4pin and a 7pin I am assuming I do NOT need an adapter, am I correct? If I am wrong, where is a good place to buy one?

I assume the uhaul connector looks like this:



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Re: Adapter needed for 4 way flat pin connector?

You don't need an adapter.
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Re: Adapter needed for 4 way flat pin connector?

Thank you for answering what would probably be a blatantly obvious answer if I could just look at the truck.
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