Dodge Durango R/T Hitch Installation Fayetteville North Carolina 2018
2014 Dodge Durango Parts
Video showing how to install a MOPAR Hitch Receiver on a Dodge Durango R/T
These are the parts that I used for this project.
1. DODGE DURANGO Production Trailer Hitch Receiver NEW OEM MOPAR Part #82214135AB Purchased from Ebay avondaleautomotive $252.88USD. This kit includes the hitch cover, bolts and plastic rivets
2. Dodge 4 & 7 Pin Trailer Connector. Part # 56055632AC Purchased from Dodge dealership $81.60CAD
3. Tekonsha 3045-P for Harness for 2017 Durango Purchased from Amazon.ca $21.59CAD
4. Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Brake Controller Part #90885
Activating the 4 & 7 PIN wiring harness at a Chrysler/Dodge Dealership was about $55 CAD
This is another YouTuber that has done a similar project which will show you in a bit more detail how to remove the rear bumper
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The Rallye bundle is available to get now for $1,495 and come in 7 various shades. Taking Into Consideration the Durango GT starts at $38,990 consisting of destination, that brings the base rate of a Rallye-equipped Durango to $40,485.