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Today, in our 2008 Ford van, we're going to be taking a look at and installing a Tekonsha Voyager trailer brake controller, part number 39510. To help with our install, we're going to be using a Tekonsha plug-in wiring adapter for electric brake controllers for Ford, part number 3035-P. One feature of this brake controller is that it activates the trailer brakes in a proportion to your vehicle's braking action, automatically adjusting trailer brakes based on the acceleration of the tow vehicle. This is immediate and there is no pause, no time delay. This controller is designed to be mounted in multiple positions up to 90 degrees. It's designed to be used with a trailer with brakes from one to four axles. There's a manual override, so if you had an emergency situation you could apply the brakes on the trailer independently.
Today on our 2008 Ford van, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P3 trailer brake controller, part number 90195. To help with our install, we're going to be using a Tekonsha plug-in wiring adapter for electric brake controllers for Ford, part number 3035-P. This is how it looks installed. This brake controller activates brakes in proportion to your vehicle's braking action. It automatically adjusts the trailer brakes based on the deceleration of a tow vehicle and activates immediately with no time delay. This controller has an automatic leveling device in it, so it'll pick up whatever way you have it mounted. There's 5 storable settings so you can set it to a variety of different trailers and braking combinations.
Today on our 2008 Ford van, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Trailer Brake Controller. Part number 90885. To help with our install, we're going to be using a Tekonsha Plug-In Wiring Adapter for Electric Brake Controllers for Ford. Part number 3035-P. This brake controller activates trailer brakes in proportion to you vehicle's braking action. It automatically adjusts your trailer brakes based on the deceleration of the tow vehicle. It activates immediately with no time delay, and it has an auto leveling ability with an internal sensor, that let's it know where it's mounted.
Today on our 2008 Ford van, we're going to be installing the Tekonsha Primus IQ trailer brake controller; part number TK90160. To help with our install, we're going to be using a Tekonsha plug-in wiring adapter for electric brake controllers for Ford; part number 3035-P. This brake controller activates your trailer brakes in proportion to your vehicle's braking action. It automatically adjusts the trailer's braking based on deceleration of the tow vehicle. It is immediate; there is no time delay. It also has a boost that'll give you more braking. There's three levels and then a no boost.
Today on our 2008 Ford Van we're going to be test-fitting the Glacier Cable Snow Chains, part number PW2021C. These chains are great to keep in the back of your vehicle for emergencies. They're a low-profile designed for a smooth ride. This is a cable design. It's got a nice big thick low carbon steel cable, wraps around the outside of both sides of your tire. It's going to have the springs with these rollers to protect your tires.
Today we're going to be looking at a 2008 Ford van. We will be doing a test fit of the Glacier Twist Link tire chain with cam tighteners, part number PWH2221SC. These feature slide-lock cams for ease of adjustment. They're a twisted link design, the chains are all at a twisted angle to give you more traction. These are highway use only for up to 30 miles an hour. It is a ladder style chain so it keeps it even on both sides so you get equal traction. These are DOT approved.
Today on our 2009 Ford E350 Econoline van, we'll be taking a look at the TracRac TracVan van liner rack, part number TA29055. The van rack lets you carry ladders, lumber, an even more with ease. Its aerodynamic design is going to reduce drag and wind noise, with elliptical cross-bars that streamline and minimize the wind. The slotted cross-bars accept a wide variety of T-track accessories, additional tie-downs, load stops, and more. It's going to offer a dual-stage powder coat that's going to add extra resistance against rust and any kind of corrosion that you may encounter out on the road. The 4 heavy-duty load stops offered with this kit are going to keep cargo in place. They move quickly and easily with a lock-in-place and simple-to-twist knob.
Today on our 2009 Ford Econoline van, we're going to be taking a look and installing the TracRac TracVan Ladder Rack, part number TA29056. The van rack let's you carry ladders, lumber and more with ease. With its aerodynamic design it's going to reduce drag and wind noise. The elliptical crossbars are streamlined to minimize any kind of wind resistance. The 6000 series aluminum construction is going to be strong and durable, with a dual stage powder coat that's going to add extra durability against the rust and any kind of corrosion. The slotted crossbars are going to accept a wide variety of TracRac accessories, such as extra tie downs and load stops.
Today on our 2009 Ford E350 Econoline van, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Curt T-connector Wiring Harness with Four Pole Flat Trailer Connector. Part number C56020. To test our wiring connection, we'll go ahead and take the ground side and connect that to the ground side of the plug and we'll test our brown wire, which would be our running lights, we'll get a constant signal. We'll test our left turn signal, which would be the yellow wire, we'll get that alternating signal, and the passenger side, or the right turn signal which will be that green wire. Now we'll go ahead and go brake lights, which should give us a constant signal on the green and the yellow. It looks like our wiring checks out, so we'll go ahead and plug it all back up and tuck it back away in the jack stand area. Now that we've seen how the wiring works, let's go ahead and see how it's installed. We'll remove both the driver and passenger side by removing the four T15 torx bit screws located here to secure the tail lights.
Today on our 2009 Ford E-350 Econoline van, we will be taking a look at and installing the Hopkins 4-pole adapter for 7-pole and 4-pole connection, Part Number 37185. Now we will go ahead and test out our wiring. To do so, we will remove the cover on the 4-pole. Since the 4-pole and the 7-pole are running on the same circuit, we will connect our ground to the ground, and then we will test out our wires. I am going to go ahead and test out our running wire first, which is going to be our brown wire or bottom circuit. Now we are going to go ahead and test out our turn signal, which is going to be that yellow wire or middle circuit, and our right turn signal, which is going to be that green wire. Now let's go ahead and test out our brake lights, which should give us a solid on both those top two.
Today on the 2009 Ford E350 Van, we'll be taking a look at and installing the CURT Custom Fit Class IV Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number 14055. Here's what our receiver hitch is going to look like once it's installed on our vehicle. You're going to see that it's going to stick out a little bit on that backside just because it is a van and doesn't have that recessed bumper like most vehicles do. It's going to give you that extra movement and ability to put things on the back without it meeting up right on the backside of the vehicle. Total distance that it's going to stick out is going to be about 3-5/8 inches. Now, you can see that it's going to have that fully welded construction, that black powder-coat finish to help prevent any kind of rust and corrosion. You're going to have that plate steel on the bottom to add extra strength and durability. That's also going to double as chain tie-downs on either side. You're going to have that 5/8 inch pin hole going all the way through and your 2 inch x 2 inch receiver tube opening for all your attachments.
Today on our 2007 Ford Van, we're going to install the Prodigy P2 Brake Controller, part number 90885. Now to help us with our install, we'll be needing a couple of parts. We'll be needing a bracket to mount our 7 pull connector to the back of the van. That'll be part number 18136, the No Drill Mountain Bracket from Towready, and part number ETBC7. This is a universal installation kit for trailer brake controllers that comes with a 7-way RV connector. This is what the brake controller looks like when it's installed in our van.
Today on our 2004 Ford Van we're going to be taking a look at and installing the CURT custom fit class four trailer hitch receiver, part number 14055. This will be what your CURT custom fit class four trailer hitch receiver looks like on the backside of the vehicle. You're going to have your sleek, black powder coat finish that's going to help in reducing rust and corrosion. You'll see that you'll have your 5/8" pinhole drilled straight through, with the heavy duty chain tie downs and heavy-gauged tubing. The receiver inlet is going to be 2" by 2", giving you a capability of carrying up to 1,000 pounds of tongue weight and 10,000 pounds of trailer weight. With a weight distribution it's going to be 1,200 pounds tongue weight and 12,000 pounds max towing capacity.
Today on this 2007 Ford Van, we're going to show you the Curt Class IV two-inch receiver hitch, part number 14055. This is what the hitch looks like when it's installed on our van. On an initial look, you can see the whole hitch actually does sit below the bumper and has a square tube body. This is our two-inch opening here, with a nice, rounded reinforcement collar on it. Further back it uses a 5/8ths hitch pin, or your favorite locking hitch pin. This plate on the bottom also doubles as your six chain loops. It's a very easy install it uses existing holes, and all the hardware is provided.
Today on this 2007 Ford van, we're going to show you a Curt Class 3, two-inch receiver hitch, part number 13055. This is what a hitch looks like when it's installed on the van. See how the body of the hitch sits below completely inaudible 00:00:13. Now, it does have a nice, round tube shape to it, so it doesn't look too bad underneath the van. This is our two-inch opening right here. It has a nice, rounded reinforcement collar around it. We look further back.
Today on 2007 Ford Van E250, we're going to show you a draw type ultra frame, class five, two inch receiver hitch, part number 41945. Alright this is what the hitch looks like once installed on the van, okay. Now this does fit below the bumper, probably about a good inch or so. First off is the receiver itself, all this is created for once cast piece of material, so it's definitely going to be strong, it's not going to wear out, compared to a conventional hitch using structural shapes. This whole piece is cast, we have very generous lubes right here for your safety chains. This is still a two inch opening as well. As does you the five eights inch hitch pin, even though there's a smaller hitch pin hole here as well.
Today, on this 2011 Ford Van E-350, we're going to show you Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with a 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector. Part number C56020. With this part number, this is what you get. A wire harness here, this T-connector goes over to the passenger's side with the green wire, driver's with this yellow wire. We've got plenty of length of wire that comes up to the 4-pole flat. The kit also comes with zip ties to help secure the wires.
Today, on this 2011, Ford E350 van, we're going to show you the Curt class four, two inch receiver hitch, part number 14055. This is what the hitch looks like, when it's installed on our E350 van. It does sit away from the bumper a little bit, but it does give room for your spare tire in the back. So, you don't have to worry about removing it or anything like that. This is our two inch opening right here. It has a nice reinforcement collar around the end of it. The safety chain loops are constructed from a plate on the bottom here, with plenty of room for our safety chains. This uses a 5/8 inch hitch pin or your favorite locking pin. This is ready for 10,000 pounds pull weight and a 1,000 tow weight.
Today on this 2011 Ford E350 van, we're going to show you the Curt Class III, 2 inch receiver hitch, part number 13055. This is what the Curt Class III receiver hitch looks like on our Ford E350 van. Our hitches by itself is rated for 600 pound tongue weight, which is force pulling down on it, and a 6,000 pound pull rate rating. Now, when you add a weight diffusion assembly to it, the tongue weight goes up to 800 pounds and 8,000 pounds of pulling weight. Always double check your owner's manual to make sure that your van is capable of pulling these kinds of weights. At first glance you can see that it's below the bumper, and it's round tube construction on the main body of the hitch, and that the receiver ring does go past the bumper. All right, we'll take a closer look at the receiver end.
Today in this 2004 Ford van, we're going to show you part number TK90160. This is the Tekonsha Primus IQ Trailer Brake Controller. To help us with our install, we're going to use part number ETBC7. We'll also be using an adapter cord, part number 3035-P, the Tekonsha Plug-In Wiring Adapter for Electric Brake Controllers. This is what the brake controllers look like when it's installed in the dashboard of our vehicle. It's pretty easy to operate once you have it set up for the specific weight in your trailer, you pretty much forget about it.