Does anyone know of a durable way to set up a trailer electrical hookup? Seems like I've spent way too much of my life troubleshooting trailer wiring. I get it all perfect and as permanant as I can figure out how to do and the next time I need to use the trailer it's not working again. The insulation on the wires crack. The connections corrode. The connectors come loose. The tabs on the plug and the socket get corroded. The wires on the trailer get so they don't work (for whatever reasons). There must be some way to have the connections completly permanant and weather proof. At least as permanant as the rest of the vehicle's wiring.
Does anyone have the secret to this? I've bought harnesses and kits and rewired the entire thing several times. I'm getting tired of it.
Anyway, thanks for listening to my frustration. [img]smile.gif[/img]