I just lost a great reply due to my fumble fingers where I basicly said I don't know the answer, not being a tow-er, but you'll probably get your answer here in short oder and they have been coming in as I was typing.
Keep doing what you are doing, asking questions. They're no big deal but you don't want someone messing with your new $30,000 Jeep leaving a connector loose and frying your trans. I had one put on my rusty old 1971 K-5 Chevy Blazer years ago and it was no big deal. An independent transmission shop would have the most experience with these and should be a no brainer for them. Or, a place that rents trailers. Any competent auto-repair shop should be able to install one. Ask older people with trucks and trailer hitches who they recommend.
As for help from Chrysler Customer Service by phone, I'm still waiting for a new Jeep and Accessory brochures, for my then, yet to be purchased 2009, that I called three time for in 2008--I guess it's still in the mail working it's way through Canadian Customs where their call center is.
2009 JK Rubicon 4-Door
2006 TJ Rubicon Unlimited
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