Re: Uhaul vs. Dealer for Hitch Install
The aftermarket hitch is going to be down below the bumper, rather than integrated with it as the OEM is. Even with some extra cost, I'd surely opt for the OEM hitch install, especially since you're already pre-wired. The dealer will have to, um...deal...with the programming to turn on that wiring in either case, unless you want U-Haul to just cut-into/splice-into your wires. With the OEM wiring, you may also have the plug for a brake controller up front and that's a nice thing to be able to use.
Do note that non-factory/OEM hitch will also result in a lower towing rating.
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