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So now I wonder if this’ll work with the 2020s.. I don’t see why not tho?
I just wanna make sure that all parts and labor cost $900? And that your 2021 KT didn’t come with any towing package at all?
So, after a bit of reading, I think I may have found the simplest way to convert our 4-pin connector to a 7-pin, and tow trailers with automatic brakes.
You’ll need this for the actual conversion:
Then this as you’re wireless brake controller...
I did the HID myself. Everything is pretty much plug and play. You just need to cut a hole that’s about an inch in diameter on the headlight assembly cap/lid, to run wires on and out. Below is the kit I used, with a 5500K bulb...
If you look right by the hitch, there’s a 4 pin plug on the Telly. The lights I bought plugs on it directly.
Heres the one I got:
There wasn’t any big difference coming from 245/60 to 255/50. I think the ride comparability is almost the same.
With the tow hitch light, I got it from Amazon. It’s made by iJDMToy or something alike. It’s a 4 pin so plug and play on the Telly.
As far as future plans, I want the OEM running board/side stepper and some type of fog lights like that of the SX (since I couldn’t afford one 😭). I’ll update this thread once any of the two happens. 😊
Since then, I’ve been loving owning this thing. For the past couple months, here’s what I’ve done in order:
Upgraded from Halogen Bulbs to full HID Kit
Changed the emblems and de-badged both front and rear
Match the tint on the front windows
Got a set of Vossen Wheels
Installed tow hitch LED...