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Husky Liners WeatherBeater Front Floor Liners Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today, on our 2016 Ford Expedition, we're doing a test fit of the Husky Liner Weather Beater Custom Front Floor Mat, in black, part number HL18371. It also comes in tan, part number HL18373, and also comes in gray, part number HL18372. Now we're ready to install, so let's go ahead and put it in. Now, it pretty much is contoured to your floor. It does have the factory mount here, to actually fit in to our new mat. You see that it contours to your threshold here, as you get into the car You see all the channels That's pretty much going to keep all your dirt and debris inside your mat, and off your shoes and your carpet. It has the raised edges all up underneath your pedal and brake, and it's contoured all around toward your middle console also.



Thule Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2016 Ford Expedition, we'll be doing a test-fit of the Thule Gateway XT 2-Bike Rack Trunk Mount, Part Number TH9006XT. Now, we have a bike on our rack and we have a rack hooked to our vehicle. Just going to show you a few features of it. The first feature I'd like to show you is how the bike is connected to the bike rack itself. We have a total of three straps. We have the two up top and we have the anti-sway strap on the side. That's going to keep the bike from swaying, so it won't damage your vehicle or your other bikes.



Thule Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today at our 2016 Ford Expedition we're doing a test fit of the Thule Passage 3 Bike Carrier - Trunk Mount, part number TH911XT. Now, I have a bike on a rack and we a have rack onto our vehicle. I'll like to just show you a few features. How our bike is connected to our bike rack itself we have a total of three straps. You have two up top and then one on the side which we call anti-sway strap. Let's go ahead and take the two up top first then we got to remove our anti-sway strap. Now we can take off our bike.



Swagman Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2016 Ford Expedition we're doing the test fit of the Swagman XC 2-Bike rack platform style, part number S64650. We have our bike on on our and we have our rack hooked to our vehicle. I'd like to just show you a few features of it. How the bike is connected to the bike rack itself, we just have our frame hook here. To disengage it you press the button, pull up and to engage it you just pull ring down till you can't bring it any more. Now always hold onto your bike, go ahead and take this up and we'll take off our bike, set it off to the side. Alrighty now we're gonna take a few measurements just to show you the overall distance we added to our vehicle.



Inno Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today, at our 2016 Ford Expedition. We're doing a test of the NO Shadow Rooftop Cargo Box. Part number INBRA1170CA. Now, we already have it on our vehicle, just going to show you a few features of it. Now, we're going to turn the key here to open it up. Now, I already have three of the four memory clamps already on, going to show you how to do the other one.



Hollywood Racks Over-the-Top Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2016 Ford Expedition we're doing a test fit of the Hollywood Racks Over-the-Top 2 Bike Carrier, trunk mount, part number is HRF2. Now we have a bike on our rack and we have our rack hooked to our vehicle. I'm just going to show you a few features. Now how we have our bike connected to our bike rack itself, we have a total of three straps, two up top and then one on the side. The one on the side we call an anti-sway strap. That's going to keep the bike from swaying so it won't damage your car or your other bike. So go ahead and take the two off the top first.



Yakima KingJoe-Pro Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2016 ford expedition, we are doing a test fit of the Yakima Kingjoe pro two bike rack trunk mount. Part number Y02624. I have a bike on a rack and we have the rack onto a vehicle to show you a few features. Now we have our bike connected to a bike rack itself. We have a total of three straps, two at top, one to the side, which we call our anti-sway strap. We are going to go ahead and take the two on top first.



RockyMounts Ski and Snowboard Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2016 Ford Expedition, we're doing a test fit of the RockyMounts LiftOp Biggie Ski and Snowboard Carrier, part number is RKY1482. Now I have the first one already on, I'm going to show you how to install the second one, it's pretty easy. All right, it fits pretty much on your crossbars, we're just using our factory crossbars today. All right, first thing I want to do is line it up with the first one. That's about right, now what I'm going to do is take the strap here underneath our crossbar, if you come to the other side, I'll show you it's a little slider that fits into right there. What we want to do is take the allan wrench that comes with it, and we're just going to start tighten it up.



Thule Archway Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Audio: Today on our 2016 Ford Expedition, we're doing a test fit on the Thule Archway XT2 bike ride truck mount. Part number: TH9009XT. Now we have a bike on our rack. We our rack hooked to our vehicle. I'm just going to show you a few features of it. The first feature I would like to show you how our bike is connected to our bike rack itself.



Kuat Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today, on our 2016 Ford Expedition, we're doing a test fit of the Kuat Vagabond X-Roof Cargo Basket and two-bike carrier. Part #VX01. This is 52" x 41", and can hold up to 160 pounds. It has a nice, gray powder coat that's going to help from rust and corrosion, and we have three of the four tie-downs on. I'm going to put the last one on now. Alrighty, so we have our spacer already on, we have a cover, the plate, a u-boat, and two thumb screws, so I'm going to put the .. First thing first, I'm going to put the u-boat on first.



Thule Ski and Snowboard Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today, on our 2016 Ford Expedition, we're doing a test fit of the Thule Snowpack Ski and Snowboard Carrier. Part number TH7326. I already have the first one on. We're going to show you how we install the second one. It's pretty easy. Alright, I'll get myself up here. First thing we're going to do is try to line it up with the first one.



Thule Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today, on our 2016 Ford Expedition, we're doing a test fit of the Thule Canyon Roof Cargo Basket, part number TH859. This is 49 by 40 by 6, and can hold up to 150 pounds. It has a black powder coat that's going to help from rust and corrosion. We have three of the four tie-downs on. I'm going to do the last one. inaudible 00:00:30 Get up here. We have our cover, and we have our u-bolt with our two washers and two thumb screws.



Inno Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2016 Ford Expedition we're doing a test fit of the Inno Glossy Black Cargo Box, Shadow Series. Part number is INBRA1250BK. Now we already have it on our vehicle. Just going to show you a few features of it. So, first I need to get up here. I'm going to show you how to open it up. We turn the key, press our button, ...



Kuat Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2016 Ford Expedition we're doing a test fit of the Kuat Transfer 3 Bike Rack Platform Style, part number TS03G. I have a bike on our rack and we have our rack hooked to our vehicle. Just going to show you a few features of it. The first feature I want to show you while the bike is on we have a tilting feature. I'm just going to grab all into the bike, this button here you can use your leg, your foot, or hand. I'm just going to use my hand, let the bike come down.



Thule Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2016 Ford Expedition, we're doing a test fit of the Thule Raceway PRO 2-Bike Rack Trunk Mount. The Part# is TH9001PRO. We have a bike on our rack. We have it hooked to our vehicle. I'd just like to show you a few features. The first feature I'd like to show you is how our bike rack is connected to our bike itself. We have a total of three straps, two up top, and the one to the side is called an anti-sway strap.



Thule Passage Trunk Bike Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2016 Ford Expedition, we're doing a test fit of the Thule Passage 2 Bike Carrier Truck Mount. The part number is TH910XT. I have a bike on our rack and we have a rack on our vehicle. I'm just going to show you a few features. How the bike is connected to the bike rack itself, we have a total of three straps. We have two up top and the anti-sway strap on the side that's going to keep the bike from swaying so it won't damage your car or the other bike. We're going to take these two up top first, and then we're going to take off our anti-sway strap, remove our bike. It you're loading it up, you just do the opposite way.



Softride Element-Parallelogram Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2016 Ford Expedition, we're doing a test fit of the Softride Element Parallelogram 4 Bike Rack, part # SR26248. We have a bike on our rack, we have a rack onto our vehicle. Just going to show you a few features of it. The first feature I'd like to show you, with the bike on the rack, it actually tilts out. We have a black lever here, we're going to pull on that, bring our bike rack out. With your bike on, and the rack in this position, you see that you can get in and out of your hatch, so we have plenty of room on both sides of your bike rack to put anything in or take anything out. Now we're just going to bring this back up, grab my bike rack, locks into position all right.



Saris Thelma Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2016 Ford Expedition, we're doing a test fit on the Sares Thelma 00:00:07 three bike rack platform style. Part number SA 4239B. I have a bike on the rack and we have the rack hooked to our vehicle, just going to show you a few features of it. How our bike is connected to our rack itself, we have two wheel cradles, each wheel cradle has a strap that's going to protect your spokes and your tire. We're going to remove the one upfront first. Set that off to the side.



Swagman Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today, on our 2016 Ford Expedition, we're doing a test fit of the Swagman Dispatch 2 Bike Rack, platform-style. Part number S64684. Now, we have a bike on our rack, and we have our rack hooked to our vehicle. I'll like to show you a few features. The first feature I'll show you, how the bike is connected to our bike rack. We have our frame hook here.



Saris Freedom-SuperClamp Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2016 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2016 Ford Expedition, we're doing a test fit of the Saris Freedom SuperClamp 2 Bike Rack platform style, part number SA4025. We have a bike on our rack and we have the rack hooked to our vehicle. We're going to show you a few features. How our bike is connected to our bike rack itself, we have our wheel frames in the front and to the back. How to disengage it, press the yellow button here, pull up, and then you're going to actually press the yellow button on top, and you push out. All right. Go ahead and engage this again.





Ford Expedition Questions

  • I am sending a link to the installation and operation manual for the Tekonsha Prodigy Brake Controller, # 90185. You will need to adjust the brake controller to fit your Ford Expedition application. The adjustments on the brake controller are for power and boost. The Prodigy brake controller will automatically level the sensor when it is installed. You will want to adjust the power to the trailer brakes before setting the boost. Also, it is best to warm the trailer brakes before...
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  • You should not tow your trailer on dry pavement with the vehicle in 4-wheel drive. For normal towing you should always use 2-wheel drive. The exceptions to this are extreme conditions such as snow covered or muddy roads that would normally require 4 wheel drive. Just remember that if you would use 4-wheel drive without the trailer then you should use it with the trailer. In the mountains, if you are descending on a 4-wheel drive trail then 4-wheel drive low would be recommended...
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  • The Dual Hitch Receivers such as part # RM-077-2 cannot be used for towing a trailer. These receivers are meant for use with a towbar carrying a rolling load and an accessory such as a bike rack or cargo carrier. We offer a Curt Ball Mount with 2 inch Receiver, part # D210, which should work for your needs. This ball mount has a tongue weight capacity of 500 lbs, so the trailers tongue weight and the weight of the bike carrier plus the weight of the bikes cannot exceed that...
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  • The best place to look for the towing capacities of a vehicle is in the owners manual. The manual will give you what the vehicle is capable of. Usually on the hitch there is a sticker with the hitches capacities. Which ever is lower, the vehicle or the hitch, is the capacity you need to go by. Based on a manual I found online through Ford, the tow capacity of the vehicle is as follows: With a 5.4 liter engine, standard tow package, 2-wheel drive the gross trailer weight...
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  • To install the Economy Pro Series Friction Sway Control Kit, item # 83660, on the right side, you will need to hook up the vehicle and trailer and pull forward so they are in a straight line with each other. You then mount the sway control ball on the weight distribution head. Next mark a point 24 inches from the center of the hitch ball and mount the ball plate on center with this mark. To install the the left hand side you will need to follow the same instructions and remove...
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  • You are correct. That blue wire carries the output from the brake controller. To convert your 4-pole to a 7-way, use an adapter like part # 37185. The connector on the adapter would connect to your existing 4-pole. The remaining wires would connect as follows; the white wire would ground to the vehicle, the blue wire connects to the blue brake controller output wire and the black wire would be extended to attach to the positive battery terminal using an inline 40 amp circuit breaker...
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  • I went out to the warehouse and pulled one of the Pro Series Snap-Ring Swivel Jacks, # PSEJ10000101, to measure for you. I added dimensions to a photo I took of the mounting plate for you to use to see if the mounting pattern will match up to your mounting plate on your LAK sailplane trailer model T-5. The overall dimensions of the mounting plate are 6-3/8 inches by 5-1/2 inches, and the bolt hole pattern is 4-3/8 inches on center for the outer most holes, 3-3/8 inches on center...
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  • The wiring harness on the trailer side is what is called a wishbone harness. It splits the running light signal so that you do not have to run a jumper wire from one side to the other. The yellow/brown wire is for the left side running lights and the green/brown is for the right side running lights. That could be what the problem is if you wired it differently. Make sure that the trailer lights are grounded to a clean and corrosion free location of the trailer frame. Also check...
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  • A brake controller is not vehicle specific, so you have many different choices of brake controllers that could be used for pulling a horse trailer with your 2011 Tundra. This being said, you can't go wrong with the Prodigy P2. The controller is simple to install on a vehicle equipped with the factory tow package and very easy to set up which makes the P2 our best selling brake controller. If your Tundra came with the factory pigtail, it would wire up to the pigtail included...
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  • As with any towing system you are limited to lowest rated component of the system. Sometimes that is the vehicle towing capacity. If you are looking for an SUV vehicle to tow a mid to large size camper, then you will want to make sure that the vehicle is rated for towing not only the dry weight but also the weight of any cargo, fluid, gear, etc. that you will have in the camper. You will need to check the gross trailer weight (GTW) that is the weight of the trailer fully loaded,...
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  • My first choice of a universal mirror would be the Cipa Deluxe Door Mount, part # 11650. If your Expedition does NOT have the applied plastic cladding on the bottom portion of the front doors, the 11650 would fit great. Any portions of the mirror assembly that would come into contact with the vehicle are rubber coated, so scratching would not be a concern. The K-Source Clip on Towing Mirrors you referenced, part # KS3891 would also be an excellent choice. The mirror will...
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  • On your 2006 Ford Expedition, there should already be a factory installed trailer connector. It will either be a 4-Way flat or a 7-Way blade. If your vehicle has a 4-Way flat, you will need to add Adapter 4 Pole to 7 Pole and 4 Pole, # 37185. On this connector, you would plug your 4-Way into the corresponding plug on the adapter. The remaining wires would need to be hardwired. Take a look under your vehicle behind the driver side rear tire and the bumper for the trailer wiring....
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  • The blue wire that you have mentioned could be functional but you will need to test it. You can test it 1 of 2 ways. First, you can install a brake controller using the vehicle specific harness for your 2006 Ford Expedition. I recommend the Tekonsha P2, # 90885 and the Ford wiring harness # 3035-P. You will plug the wiring harness into the port located under the dash, to the right of the steering wheel, then connect the other end to the back of the P2. With the brake controller...
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  • If you have tested and are getting voltage at the trailer connector when the brake lights and turn signals are activated, you most likely have a blown fuse. Check the fuse box under the hood. The box should have a legend on the underside of the lid that identifies the circuits, or you can check your owners manual for the proper fuse location. Keep in mind that on some Ford trucks and SUVs, the fuses for the tow package are located in a separate fuse block mounted on the firewall...
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  • The 3035-P is the correct Brake Controller Wiring Adapter for your Expedition. The under dash connector will be gray in color, and can be found behind and to the right of the OBD port, as shown in the installation video I have linked you to. Although the existing plug has 6 terminals, only 4 of them are used. If your Expedition is equipped with the factory 7-way trailer connector, once the controller is plugged in and mounted to the underside of the dash, the install will be...
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  • The Pack-Em Ladder Rack Bracket Kit can be mounted on a trailer with a flat top and a rain gutter. You will want to make sure that the bracket is mounted to the header on your trailer. This header will provide additional support for the ladder rack. The brackets should be tall enough to not interfere with your rain gutters. I have included an installation video of a very similar rack system on a trailer. In this video modifications were needed, and this might be the same for...
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  • If the additional blue wire is a factory installed wire and not a wire ran by a previous owner, then the issue is typically caused by a blown fuse or a bad relay. On your 2005 Ford Expedition, there should be a 20 amp fuse for the trailer wiring backup lamps is fuse position 10. If that fuse is blown or missing, that could be the issue. I also recommend checking the relays in position R201 and R301. If the fuses and relays are present and in good condition, it may be possible...
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  • The 2005 Ford Expedition should have a 2 inch hitch installed from the factory. 5,000 pounds is a little low for a gross trailer weight on a 26 foot travel trailer. Dual-cam sway control will perform better than friction sway control systems, especially with heavier loads. If you can write back with the gross weight of the trailer when loaded, or the tongue weight of the trailer when loaded and level, I can make more specific recommendations about which weight distribution...
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  • The Edge Evolution CTS Programmer # EP85400 has been confirmed to fit your 2015 GMC Sierra 2500 and 3500 6.6L V8 Duramax Diesel Engine so I would recommend it for you. It will give you up to 81 horsepower plus 170 ft. lbs of torque. This also will let you monitor up to 8 engine parameters on the touch screen display while you are driving. If you don't like touch screen you can use the CS version which is part # EP85100. This has a lower price and a slightly smaller display....
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  • I agree with your diagnosis. It does sound like the worn parts of the actuator are causing some kind of issue with the master cylinder. It may be sticking and unable to pull back and it could be getting air in the lines or other problems. Also, check the break-away cable and assembly to see if it is partially engaged. There should not be much play in the system so I do recommend going with new parts to get the system back to good working order. When looking for replacement...
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