2020 Kia Sportage Wiring Harness Installation With Tail Light Removal

2020 Kia Sportage Wiring Harness Installation With Tail Light Removal

This video covers the wiring harness installation for Curt 56321 on a 2020 Kia Sportage. Learn how to install the trailer wiring on your 2020 Kia Sportage from a U-Haul installation professional. With a few tools and our step-by-step instructions you can complete the installation of Curt 56321.

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0:00 Intro
0:17 Tool list
0:21 Remove cargo panels
2:19 Remove tail light
3:46 Install wiring harness
6:57 Install/Route power wire
13:02 Reinstall cargo panels
14:12 Install connector bracket
16:35 Outro



Donna Rust says:

How to change tail light on 2019 Kia sportage

chuck bert says:

I always wired straight in but one year I put a wiring harness in with the module on my Toyota Highlander. About two years in we started smelling burning wires while driving, we also lost our brake lights. When I got home and checked the smell came from the module, it was melted a bit and burnt.

Laura says:

How do I determine if I need a brake controller – such conflicting info about this. My Aliner has electric brakes.

Donovan S. says:

Great tutorial video. I was surprised to see how much more work it is to install the wiring harness than the actual hitch kit!!

C Armstrong says:

Thanks. Very helpfull took a lil longer with no lift but got her done.

MuddledDre says:

Great guide. Thanks. This guide will also help my run my sub amplifier wires :>)

Bryan Dreps says:

Absolutely can’t find info on the wiring harness I need for 2020 Sedona anywhere. Including the dealership.

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