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Today on our 2009 Ford Focus, we will be installing the Tow Ready T-One Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-pole flat trailer connector, part number 118457. All right, first thing we need to do on our Ford Focus to install the wiring harness is to open the trunk. Now what we want to do is go ahead and remove the taillight assemblies on both sides of the vehicle. The first step in order to gain access to our taillights is to remove the center trim piece right here. Now with those plastic screws removed, grab one corner of the center piece, pull up on it, and it'll pop off. Go ahead and set it aside.
Today on our 2015 Ford Focus we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Roadmaster EZ5 Base Plate Kit with removable arms, part number RM-524443-5. Here's what it looks like once it's installed. As you can see, it's got a nice black powder-coated finish. It's going to come with a bracket to mount either your 4 flat 00:00:26 in the center here, or you can use a 4 pole or a 5 pole, or you can switch it out to use a 7 pole without the adapter. It's got your safety chain hook connections, and it does have a bracket to mount your breakaway switch. The breakaway switch doesn't come with the kit; that's included with your braking system. When you're ready to take these off, you can just pull back the spring-loaded clip, turn it, and it slips out.
Today on our 2015 Ford Focus we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Roadmaster taillight wiring kit with bulbs, part number RM-155. With this system you're not going to tie into any of your factory wiring. This is a completely self sufficient system running off the wiring of your coach. There's no need to tap or splice into any factory wiring or add any diodes because it's a separate bulb and socket that go into each of your taillights. Now this is what your kit's going to consist of. You're going to have a 30 foot long piece of four flat wiring with ends on both sides. We'll have a six foot jumper harness that's going to be used for going between your coach and your vehicle.
Today on our 2015 Ford Focus, we're going to be taking a look at the Weather Tech cargo liner in black, part number WT40519. This is also available in grey, part number WT42519 and in tan, part number WT41519. Now you can see in the back of our Focus we have bare carpeting right now. It can be really susceptible to any kind of dirt, mud or liquids that would spill on it. We're going to go in and install our Weather Tech cargo liner, take it and lay it in there. It's going to have a nice lip.
Today in our 2015 Ford Focus we're going to be taking a look at the Weathertech 2nd row rear auto floor mats in black, part #WT440752. These are available in gray as well, part #WT460752 and in tan part #WT450752. You can see with our factory floor mats involved, doesn't give you a lot of coverage. Does not protect the transmission hump for your vehicle. Therefore, somebody's to sit in the center here, they're going to get the transmission hump and the carpet all dirty. We're going to go ahead and remove these mats. We're going to install our Weathertech. You can see with our Weathertech installed, it's going to give you a nice lip all the way around to help contain any spills or dirty and debris that might get on your floor.
Today on our 2015 Ford Focus. We're going to show you how to install the Roadmaster LED Bulb and Socket Tail Light Wiring Kit. Part number RM-152-LED. I'm going to start my wiring by going right over the tube that runs out of this module here. It's going to take some wiring out. We'll go right over that. That's going to give us support.
Today in our 2015 Ford Focus we're going to be taking a look at Weather-Tech Front Auto Floor-mats in black, part number WT446461. These are also available in tan at part number WT456461, and in grey part number WT466461. As you can see it with our factory floor liners in place you're not going to get a lot of coverage around your seal plate or under your seat or the side here. We're going to go ahead and remove these and install our Weather-Techs. Set it in place. Now these are just going to set over top of the factory snaps. As you can see with our Weather-techs installed it's going to come up nice and high on the side of our inaudible 00:00:52 plate here, sole plate. Up in the foot well, up under our pedals, nice and far up the fire wall, and it's going to continue along our transmission hump and in front of our seats. Now this nice high side is going to contain any of our spills, should we get one, and the channels are going to help keep dirt and debris and water and mud, whatever it should be, away from our shoes and our feet.
Today on our 2015 Ford Focus, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Roadmaster Automatic Battery Disconnect with Switch for Towed Vehicles with Supplemental Braking System, part number RM-766. Here's what it looks like once its installed. This solenoid is going to completely turn off all the power to your towed vehicle, therefore not allowing your vehicle to drain the battery as its going down the road with the key on. This will work with almost any 12-volt system. It's going to come preassembled. It uses a marine-grade solenoid with a 200-amp constant duty and a 600-amp surge. It's also going to help trickle charge your battery of your towed vehicle as you're going down the road while it's hooked to the back of your RV. There are going to be great for a vehicle that requires you to have all the power turned off on your vehicle while it's being flat-towed.
Today on our 2015 Ford Focus we're going to show you how to install the Blue Ox Base Plate Kit with removable arms, part number BX2654. Here's what the base plate's going to look like installed on our vehicle. As you can see, we're not adding a whole lot to the car. It's pretty low-vis. We're going to have our connection points for our removable arms on each side here via round holes. Had to cut our fascia right here on each side to accommodate for it.
Today on our 2015 Ford Focus Hatchback, we're doing a test fit of the Yakima HalfBack trunk mount 3-bike rack. That part number Y02635. Now, we already have our bike loaded up. We're first going to show you how we do that. We have two cradles in place with 3 straps. These are also known as zip strips.
Today on our 2015 Ford Focus, we're doing a test fit of the Whispar locking rooftop ski and snowboard carriers. That part number is WB-300. We already have the front carrier on and in place. We're going to show you how to put the back one on since it is the same way. We'll start off by setting our carrier onto our crossbars. We want to make sure it's at about the same spot as our front carrier.
Today on our 2015 Ford Focus, we are doing a test fist of the Thule SnowPack Rooftop Ski and Snowboard Carriers. The part number for this is TH7326. We already have our front carrier in place, we are going to show you how we secure our back in place since it is the same way. We are first going to start by placing our carrier on and kind of trying to line it up as best with can with our front. Then we will take our strap, we are just going to connect it just there and then we will start to tighten down. Tightening down using our gray knobs here in the back, rotating towards ourselves and that will tighten down. Now we can go do the same thing on the other side. One thing to note with these carriers is that they will carry up to six skis or four snowboards, or you could do a combination of the two.
Today on our 2015 Ford Focus we're doing a test fit of the Rocky Mounts LiftOp Biggie rooftop ski and snowboard carriers. The part number for this is RKY1482. Now, we do already have our front carrier portion on and secured down. We're going to show you our back one next since it is the same way. We're going to start by placing this on, making sure that our feet are facing the same way, and that our carrier is about in line with our front one. We've got this in place. We'll need to grab an Allen tool, or an Allen key to use with it.
Today on our 2015 Ford Focus, we're doing a test fit of the Inno fork lock roof mounted bike rack. That part number is INXA391. We already have our bike secured down, first going to show you how we do that. Here in the back, we have a ratcheting strap. We're just going to release that. A great thing about this strap is that it does move up and down the length of your rack.
Today on our 2015 Ford Focus, we're doing a test fit on the Inno Multi-Fork Lock Roof Mounted Bike Rack. That part number is INA392. We already have a bike secured down, and first we're going to show you how we do that. Here on the back at our wheel cradle, we have a ratcheting strap. The great thing about our wheel cradle is that it does move up and down the length of our bike rack to accommodate different bikes. Up at the front, we have our locking cover here. We'll just remove that out of the way, and then we have our anti-theft and tampering device, and we've got our skewer. We'll open up this side with the back lever, and we can loosen and tighten that skewer using the opposite side.
Today in our 2013 Ford Focus Hatchback, we'll be having a look at the Yakima full back two bike rack, part number Y02634. As you can see we already have a bike installed on it. Just wanted to point out a couple of key feature on this. The first point, the bike is secure by three zip strips. We have two at the top of the frame and another one here at the post going from top to bottom on the bike's frame. And these .. this one here will hold the bike into position from swinging back and forth so you don't have to worry about the bike coming in contact with the bike rack or the bikes that maybe in front of it.
Today on our 2013 Ford Focus hatchback, we'll be having a look at the Thule Archway XT 2-bike rack, part number TH9009XT. As you can see, we already have a bike loaded up onto it. I'm going to point out a couple of key features on it. Number one, if you want to secure your bikes, we have a cable lock that you can go around, wrap over your bikes, and put back here in the keeper. It'll secure your bikes. Secondly, the bike is secured to the bike rack by three points of contact. We have one here at the top, another one at the top and the back, and then we have another one on the post rail that goes up and down on the bike frame.
Today on our 2013 Ford Focus Hatchback, we're going to be having a look at the Thule Gateway XT 2-Bike Rack, part number TH9006XT. As you can see, we already have it installed on our bike rack. We alraedy have a bike installed on our bike rack on the back of our Focus. I'm going to go ahead and point out a couple of the features here. The bike is attached by 3 contact points. We have 2 here at the top of each straps, another one here on this top-post frame rail. This will keep the bike from swaying back and forth and contacting other bikes that may be in front of it or contacting the bike rack itself, potentially damaging the bike. Now, with that said, let's go ahead and remove our bikes here.
Male Announcer: Today on this 2013 Ford Focus we're going to be test fitting the Thule Raceway PRO hatch mounted bike rack, part number TH9001PRO. We already have a bike attached to the rack. Let's go ahead and take a closer look and show off some of the features. How the bike is actually attached to the rack we're going to have three points of contact for the bikes frame. We're going to have 2 straps up at the top here and one off to the side which is going to act as an anti-sway strap to keep it from going too far back and forth hitting either the bike rack or the bikes in front of it. Also, we have this integrated cable lock where you would wrap it around the bike in the front and lock it into this slot here for added security. Let's go ahead and take the bike off and set it to the side.
Today on our 2013 Ford Focus, we'll be having a look at the Thule Passage Pro 2-Bike Rack. As you can see we already have it installed. I'll just point out a couple of the key features here. We have three points of contact for the bike on the carrier. We have two on the top frame and we have one on the frame post which will help provide sway control so the bike doesn't contact other bikes while driving down the road, the carrier or the car itself. Lets go ahead and take the bike off and I'll tell you about some other things. Go ahead and undo these clamps. Lift off, put the bike to the side.