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Pollak 7-Pole Trailer Connector Socket Installation - 2000 Ford Expedition

Today on this 2000 Ford Expedition, we're going to install part number PK11893. This is going to be an exact replacement for the part that's already on the vehicle. To start off, we'll unbolt the original connector. There will be four screws that we have to remove. The screws are an odd size. We're using a 5.5 millimeter socket. Once we unscrew it, we'll pull it loose, then we need some more slack in the wire so I'll unsnap it from behind the bumper.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2006 Ford Expedition

Today in our 2006 Ford Expedition, we'll be installing the Contra 00:02:35 Prodigy P2 Break Controller, part number 90885 with a direct fit wiring harness or pigtail 00:00:11, part number 3035-P. First we'll go ahead and locate the manufacturer's break controller tow hood. Here, next to the diagnostic link for the vehicle's computer, we'll find the gray, five pin plug which will be the manufacturer's tow port. Next, we'll take the break controller bracket and find a suitable mounting location. Then using the hardware provided with the install kit we'll go ahead and secure the bracket in place. Next, we'll take the wiring harness, plug into the gray connector on one side and route the other up through our break control bracket or pocket. Once we have our harness in position, we can then go ahead and take the wiring harness and plug it into the back of the break controller. Once we have it plugged into the break controller, we can then go ahead and put our break controller into the pocket and lock it down.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2000 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2000 Ford Expedition, we're going to install part number 90195, the Prodigy P3 Brake Controller. We'll be also using an Adapter Cord, part number 3035-P from Tekoncha. We'll start off with that part. We'll look for the port that's underneath the dash. It's right next to the diagnostic port. You'll go ahead and point it out and then go ahead and plug the cable into it. All right.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2008 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2008 Ford Expedition we will be installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 trailer brake controller. Part number 90195. The first step to installing our brake controller is to remove this panel. To do so there are 3 push fasteners that hold this in place and 3 screws down here at the bottom. With those screws removed and set to the side, gently pull back on the panel, and remove it from the vehicle. For the installation it's not necessary to remove the panel. I went ahead and did just to make sure I didn't damage any other interior parts, because it can be kind of tricky to get a screw driver or your drill in there to install the bracket.



Rain-X Latitude Wiper Blades Installation - 2008 Ford Expedition

Today on this 2008 Ford Expedition EL, we're going to install part number RX5079279. This is the Rain-X Latitude Windshield Wiper Blade. The first thing we need to do is go ahead and remove the preexisting wiper blades. We'll go ahead and rotate the wiper blade. Then, we'll go ahead and push up on this tab here. Then we'll go ahead and pull back on the wiper blade to release it from the arm.



Yakima RocketBox Pro 14 Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, we're going to be test fitting the Yakima RocketBox Pro 14, a rooftop cargo box with 14 cubic feet of storage space in black. It's part number Y07192. To begin our test fit, we'll place the cargo box directly on to our load bars. We're going to slide it backwards being sure that the lower half of our clamps go around the underside of our bars. We'll now open the side of the box .. reach in and tighten the two red handles closest to us.



Yakima RocketBox Pro 11 Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today, on our 2014 Ford Expedition, we're going to be test-fitting the Yakima RocketBox Pro 11, a rooftop cargo box with 11 cubic foot of storage space in black. Its part number is Y07193. To begin our test fit, we're going to place the cargo box directly under our load bars. We'll slide the box rearward, being sure that the bottom part of our clamp goes around the underside of our bars. We can then open our box. We'll reach in and tighten the two red handles that are closest to us. One of the great features of the RocketBox Pro 11 is its ability to open from both the driver and passenger side.



Yakima HoldUp 2 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today, on our 2014 Ford Expedition, we're going to be test fitting the Yakima Holdup. A tilting platform style 2-bike rack for 2-inch hitches. Part number Y02443. To begin our test fit, we're going to slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of our hitch. We'll then line up our pin holes, thread in our anti-rattle bolt, and tighten it down with a wrench. We can then secure it with the provide lock.



Thule Helium Aero Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, were going to be test fitting the Thule Helium Aero, a tilting 2 bike rack for 1-1/4 and 2 inch hitches, part number TH9042. To begin our test fit, were going to slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of our hitch, while we hold out on the attached pin. Once our pin holes are lined up, well let this pin slide into the hole. Well then turn the black knob. This will engage our anti-rattle device, further securing the rack to our vehicle. In this position, well take a few measurements. We will have about 18-3/4 inches worth of ground clearance. The closest point of the rack to the back of our vehicle is about 2-3/4 of an inch and overall, weve added about 18-3/4 of an inch to our car.



Yakima StickUp 2 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition we're going to be test fitting the Yakima stickup. A platform style folding rack for inch and a quarter and two inch hitches part number Y02420. To begin our test fit we'll slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of our hitch. We'll line up our pin holes, throw in our anti-rattle bolt, and tighten it down with a wrench. With our rack in this position we'll have about 18 and a quarter inches worth of ground clearance. The closest point of the rack to the back of the vehicle is about nine and a quarter inches, and over all we've added about 10 and half inches to the length of the Expedition. Pulling the red knob at the base of the rack on the left side will allow you to tilt the rack away from your vehicle into the platform position. In this position you have about 27 and a quarter inches worth of ground clearance at the rear, and over all we've added about 34 inches to the length of the vehicle. In this position as you can see you do have full access to your rear hatch. By pulling the red knob on the center mass we can stand it into it's upright position. We'll now move the frame hooks to the top of the mass and undo our wheel strap. We'll grab our bike, place our bike into the cradles, secure it first with the center frame hook, then with the real wheel strap. And just like that we're ready to go and that will complete today's test for the Yakima stickup part number Y02420 on our 2014 Ford Expedition.



Yakima LoadWarrior Roof Cargo Basket Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, we're going to be test fitting the Yakima Load Warrior roof rack cargo basket, part number Y07070. With the factory cross bars on our vehicle, we'll begin the test fit by placing the Load Warrior directly onto our crossbars. We'll remove the T-bolt from the lower part of our clamp, bring it around our crossbars, reinsert the T-bolt, and tighten both wing nuts to secure it to our rack. We'll now move to the rear and repeat the same process on this clamp. With the passenger side secure, we'll now move to the driver's side, where we will repeat the same tightening process that we used on the passenger side. With all four of our clamps secure, we're ready to load up our gear and hit the road.



Yakima HighLite 2 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, we're going to be test fitting the Yakima HighLite, an aluminum 2-bike rack for inch and a quarter and two inch hitches. Part number:Y02438. To begin our test fit we're going to slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of our hitch and line up our pin holes. We'll then insert our pin with the red handle. We will now need to turn the black knob on the rear of the rack. This will engage our anti-rattle device and further secure our rack to our vehicle. We'll take a few clearance measurements here. As you can see, we'll have about 18 inches worth of ground clearance. The closest point of the rack to the back of our vehicle is about six inches and overall we've added about 11-3/4 of an inch to the vehicle. Pulling the red knob at the base of the rack will allow us to tilt it away from our vehicle.



Thule SUP Taxi Stand-Up Paddleboard Carrier Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, were going to be test fitting the Thule SUP Taxi, a stand-up paddleboard carrier, with a two board capacity, part number TH810. With the factory roof rack on our vehicle, well begin our test fit by grabbing the front half of the carrier and placing it on to our front load bar. Well bring the black rubber coated metal straps around the underside of the bar, fitted into the foot of the carrier, and the tightening the gray thumb screw to secure it. With the passenger side secure, well move to the driver side and repeat the same tightening process. With our front secure, well now grab our rear half. Well place it on to our load bar, take a quick look to be sure we have our feet in line with each other, and repeat the same tightening process we used for the front. Were now ready to load our paddleboard.



Thule Sonic Large Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition. We're going to be test fitting the thule Sonic Large Rooftop cargo box. With 13 cubic feet of storage space, and glossy black, it's part number TH634B. With our factor roof rack on our expedition, we'll begin our test fit by placing our cargo box directly onto our load bars. We have found this to be the best time, to make sure that our feet are in line and we'll go around our bars. With our box centered on our vehicle, open the passenger side of our box turn the knobs located on this side, until we hear them click. This will indicate our feet are tight enough.



Thule Force XXL Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, we're going to be test fitting the Thule Force XXL Rooftop Cargo Box with 21 cubic feet of storage in AeroSkin Black. It's part number is TH626. With the factory roof rack on our Expedition, we'll begin our test fit by placing our cargo box directly on to our roof rack. We found that this is the easiest time to line up our feet to make sure they go around our bars. With our cargo box centered on our vehicle, we'll open the passenger side. Here, we will reach in and turn our two knobs tightening our feet our bars.



Thule Apex 4 Swing Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, were going to be test fitting the Thule Apex Swing, a swinging four-bike rack for 2 inch hitches, part number TH9027. To begin our test fit, were going to slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of our hitch. As we do this, were going to pull out on the attached pin on the right side. Well slide it in the way we lined up our pin holes, and then let the attached pin follow into the hole. Well then tighten the black knob to engage our anti-rattle device further securing our rack to our vehicle. In this position, we will have about 18-1/2 inches worth of ground clearance.



Thule Apex 4 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, were going to be test fitting the Thule Apex, a tilting 4 bike rack for 1-1/4 inch and 2 inch hitches, part number TH9025. To begin our test fit, were going to slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of the hitch. While doing this, youll want to hold out on the attached pin on the right side. Well line up our pin holes and be sure that youre attached pin falls into the hole. Well now turn the black knob to engage our anti-rattle device and further secure our rack to our vehicle. Lets go over a few measurements in this position. As you can see, youll have about 18-1/2 inches worth of ground clearance. The closest point of the rack to the back of our Expeditions about an inch and a half and overall, weve added about 12-3/4 of an inch to the length of the vehicle.



Yakima FrontLoader Roof Bike Rack Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition. We're going to be test fitting the Yakima front loader, wheel mount bike rack part number Y02103. Their factory crossbars installed on the Expedition, we're going to begin our test fit by placing our bike rack directly onto our crossbars. At the front we'll be sure that the arms of our clamp are on the front and back of our crossbar. Then we can secure this by tightening the black T handle. Once we have that secured, we'll move to the rear, we'll need to lift the larger front wheel hook to access our black T handle located here. We'll loosen the black T handle, take the T-bolt out of the lower part of the clamp, bring the clamp around our bar, replace our T-bolt and tighten it down with a T handle. We'll now undo our rear wheel strap, grab our bike, place our bike into the front wheel cradle, rolling it forward gently to lift the rear part of the clamp.



Yakima ForkLift Roof Mounted Bike Rack Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, were going to be test fitting the Yakima ForkLift Roof Mounted Bike Rack, part number Y02098. With our factory crossbars on our Expedition, well begin the test fit by placing the rack directly on to our bars. Well then remove our front securer, slide back the black cover and remover the T-bolt from the lower part of our clamp. This will allow us to bring it around our crossbar. Well then reinsert the T-bolt through the appropriate slot, and tighten it down using the black T-handle. Well now slide our black plastic cover forward, and replace our front wheel securer. At the rear, well loosen the T-handle, remove the T-bolt from the slot, bring our clamp around our bars, reinsert the T-bolt into the appropriate slot, and tighten it down with the black T-handle.



Yakima FatCat Ski and Snowboard Carrier Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, were going to be test fitting the Yakima FatCat 6, a locking rooftop ski and snowboard carrier with a 6 ski or 4 board capacity. Its part number is Y03088. With the factory roof rack already on our vehicle, well begin our test fit by grabbing the front half of our carrier. Well place the carrier under our front load bar, bring the black rubber coated metal strap around the underside of our bar, fit it back into the foot of the carrier and clip it closed. Well now open the upper jaw on the carrier, where we can lift the black lever, tighten it slightly and push it back down to secure our buckle with the gray catch. Well now move to the drivers side of the vehicle and well repeat the same process. With our front secure, its now time to grab the back half, place it under our rear load bar and complete the same tightening process that we used on the front here at the rear. With our carrier secure, were ready to load up our gear. Well begin by opening our jaws, well slide in our snowboard, then grab our skis and slide them in.



Whispbar Roof Ski and Snowboard Carrier Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today, in our 2014 Ford Expedition, we're going to be test-fitting the whispbar locking rooftop ski and snowboard carrier with the six-ski or four-board capacity and silver at part numbers WB-300. With the factory roof rack on our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by grabbing the front half of our carrier. We'll now open our jaws and pull up on the black lever located inside. This will release the gray catch. We can now cam our black buckle over into its secured position. Give the black lever a few times and push it down to secure our buckle with our clip. We'll now move to the passenger side where we're going to repeat the same process.



Thule Vertex 4 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition we're going to be test fitting the Thule Vertex, a tilting forward bike rack for 1 1/4 and two inch hitches part number TH9029. To begin our test fit we're going to slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of the hitch. We'll line up the pin holes and thread in an anti-rattle bolt. Then we can tighten that down with a wrench. Let's go over a few clearance measurements here. You will have about 18 inches worth of ground clearance. The closest point of the rack to the back of the vehicle is about 4 1/4 inches and overall we've added about 13 1/2 inches to the length of the Expedition. Pulling the gray lever at the base of the mast will allow us to tilt it away from our vehicle, and as you can see here it does give us full access to our rear hatch.



Thule T2 Platform Style Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, we're going to be test fitting the Thule T2, a platform style 2-bike rack for 2-inch hitches, part number TH916XTR. To begin our test fit, we're going to slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of our hitch. We're going line up our pin holes and thread in our anti-rattle bolt. We can then tighten it down with a wrench and secure it with the provided lock. We'll go over a few measurements in this position. Here at the base, you're going to have about 18 inches of ground clearance. The closest point of the rack to the back of our expedition is about 6 inches, and overall, we've added about 14 inches to the length of our vehicle. Pulling the gray handle will allow us to tilt the rack away from our vehicle into platform position. Here at the rear of the rack, we'll have about 23-3/4 inches worth of ground clearance.



Thule Sonic XXL Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today in our 2014 Ford Expedition, were going to be test fitting the Thule Sonic XXL Rooftop Cargo Box. With 22 cubic feet of storage in metallic silver, its part number TH636S. To begin our test fit, were going to place directly under our load bars. We found this as the best time to line our feet up with our bars to make sure they go around. Well now open the passenger side of the box. Tighten the two handles located closest to us.



Thule Hitching Post Pro Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, were going to be test fitting the Thule Hitching Post Pro, a folding and tilting 4 bike rack for 1-1/4 and 2 inch hitches, part number TH934XTR. To begin our test fit, were going to slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of our hitch. Well line up our pin holes and thread in our anti-rattle bolt and tighten it down with a wrench. In this position, well have about 17-3/4 of an inch worth of ground clearance. The closest point of the rack to the back of our vehicle is going to be about 8 inches away and overall, weve added about 16-1/2 inches to the length of the vehicle. Pulling the gold pin at the base of the rack will allow us to tilt the mast away from our rear hatch and as you can see, this will give you full access. With our mast back in its upright position, well pull the pin at the top of the mast. This is going to allow us to swing out our dual cradle arms.



Thule Force Large Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, we're going to be test fitting the thule force larger top cargo box. With 13 cubic feet in storage, base in arrow skin black. It's part number Th624. To begin our test fit, we're going to place the cargo box directly onto our load bars. We found it easiest to wind up the feet as we do this to be sure they go around our bars. We'll take a quick look, to make sure we have it square with our vehicle. We'll now open the passenger side of the box, and tighten the two knobs closest to us to secure the cargo box to our load bars.



Thule Flat Top Ski and Snowboard Carrier Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, we are going to test fitting the Thule Flat Top, a ski and snowboard carrier with a 6 ski or 4 board capacity. It's part number is TH92725. With our factory roof rack on our Expedition, we are going to begin our test fit by grabbing the front half of our carrier. We will place it on our roof rack with the white button on the end of the carrier, facing our passenger side. We will bring the black rubber coated metal straps around the underside of our load bars and fit the one on the passenger side into the foot of the carrier. We can then turn the gray thumb knob to tighten this down. With this secure, let's move over to the driver's side, where we will repeat the same tightening process that we used on the passenger side. With our front half secure, it's time to grab our rear half.



Thule Doubletrack Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition, were going to be test fitting the Thule Doubletrack, a platform style 2 bike rack for 1-1/4 and 2 inch hitches, part number TH990XT. To begin our test fit, were going to slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of our hitch. Well line up our pin holes, thread in our anti-rattle bolt and secure that down with a wrench. Well go over a few clearance measurements here. As you can see, youll have about 17-1/2 inches worth of ground clearance. The closest point of the rack to the back of our vehicle is about 6-3/4 of an inch and overall, weve added about 11-3/4 of an inch to the length of the vehicle. Pulling the gray lever located at the base of the rack will allow us to tilt it into the platform position. In this position, we have about 23 inches of ground clearance at the rear of the rack and overall, were adding about 30-3/4 of an inch to the length of the Expedition.



SportRack Super EZ Platform Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition we'll be test fitting the SportRack Super EZ Platform-Style 2-bike rack for 1-1/4 and 2 inch hitches. Part number: SR2901XT. To begin our test fit, we'll slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of our hitch. We'll line up our pinholes, thread in our anti-rattle bolt, tighten that down with the wrench and then we can secure it with the provided lock. In this position we'll have about 17-1/2 inches worth of ground clearance. The closest point of the rack to the back of our vehicle is about 7 inches and overall we've added about 14 inches to the length of the Expedition. Pulling the black pin at the base of the mast will allow us to tilt our rack down into its transporting position. We'll then want to reinsert the pin in the new hole to secure it. As you can see in this position, we do have full access to our rear hatch. We'll go over a few measurements with it in the transporting position.



Husky Liners Classic Custom Cargo Liner Review - 2014 Ford Expedition

Today on our 2014 Ford Expedition were going to be installing the Husky Liners classic custom cargo liner in tan, part number HL23573. To begin our installation well simply place the mat into the rear cargo area of our Expedition and push down firmly around the edge to help it seat in place. The manufacture recommends using a little bit of weight to help it settle and relax into place. The timeline on this will depend on the weather conditions. The colder it is, the longer it will take. The warmer it is the less time it will take.





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