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.
Today on our 2006 Ford E-350 van, we will be installing the Draw-Tite Ultra Frame Trailer Hitch Receiver, Class IV, with a 2-inch opening, part number 41906. Here's what our hitch looks like installed on our van. It is a Class IV hitch. Features a nice sturdy steel construction. Nice black powder coat that's going to be corrosion and rust resistant. Big heavy duty size brackets. Nice steel plate.
Today, on our 2006 Ford van, we'll be installing the Hopkins wiring harness, with four pole flat trailer connector. Part number HM48035. Now, our van is equipped with factory wiring, where you could plug in a plug that has a four pole on it, but it's only available through Ford. Instead of doing that, we're going to go ahead, cut the end of that connector off, and hard wire our four pole flat trailer connector. Since we're going into the factory wiring harness, it will be protected by the factory fuses. Not that you're underneath our van, we'll go just in front of our spare tire, up here on the frame rail. You see there will be four wires here and a plug that's just going in to a holder here on the frame. Pull and unplug that, and that'll be our four pole wiring.
Today on our 2006 Ford van we're going to install part number 18252. This is a four pull hard wiring kit with circuit tester. First thing that you do is get our van ready. We need to take off the two tail lights. Starting on the drivers side here, we'll go ahead and remove the bolts. We're using a T 15 torque to take these out. The screws loosened, we'll go ahead and take out the remaining two. We'll just go ahead and leave our drivers side alone fore now.
Today on our 2004 Ford Van, we'll be installing the Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector, part number C56020. Let's go ahead and show you how to use your new 4-pole connector. We'll simply take the 4-pole connector out of the access slot next to the spare tire tools and run it out and over the threshold. Be careful to stay away from any latches, and simply close the rear cargo door on the wire. Then once were finished using our 4-pole connector with our accessory, well simply roll it up and store it in the spare tire tool compartment. By storing it inside, it will help protect it from the outside elements, providing more longevity for your new 4-pole harness.Now, lets go ahead and show you how to install it.
Today on this 2012 Ford van E250 we're going to install part number 118260 from Tow Ready. This is the OEM replacement harness. Now our van does not have a harness already installed from the manufacturer but we we're able to find the port right here. Just remove it from the top rail. I already have it loosened up so I have to pry it off. I'll take the cap off, push down on this tab right here.
Today on our 1998 Ford Van, we're going to be installing the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 Trailer Brake Controller, part number 90885. In conjunction with the brake controller, we're also going to be using the Tekonsha Plug-in Wiring Adapter for electric brake controllers for Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles, part number 3035-P. In conjunction with this installation, we'll also be using a couple of other parts, one of them is an adapter 4-Pole to a 7-Pole and 4-Pole from Hopkins, part number 37185. As well as a 6 and 7-way trailer connector mounting box for round and square tube trailer hitches from Draw-Tite, part number 18159. Now due to the size of the hitch that's on this vehicle and not a good area to mount the 7 and 4-Pole, we're going to go ahead and use the 6 and 7-way trailer connector mounting box. To do this though, you'll need to get some different screws because the 7 and 4-Pole plug that we're using is a little bit wider than what the box was intended for. It comes with some self-tappers but we want to add and we ended up having to use just some screws and nuts in them to tighten it down.
Today on our 2005 Ford Van we're going to be installing the Curt Front Mounted Trailer Hitch Receiver, part number 33055. Here's what our hitch looks like installed on our vehicle. Now we'll go ahead and give you a couple measurements in helping you choose some accessories for your hitch such as a ball mount, a bicycle rack, a winch or a spare tire carrier. From the top of the opening in the receiver to the ground we have 14 inches. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the outermost edge of the bumper we have 5 inches. Now let's go ahead and install our hitch. Now to begin with we're going to need to remove this plastic valance piece right here on the underside. There's a total of four push fasteners that will need to be removed, two on each side.
Today on our 2002 Ford E350 Super Duty Van we're going to be installing the Tekonsha Voyager Trailer Brake Controller, part number 39510. We'll also be installing the Tekonsha adapter plug for Ford vehicles, part number 3035-P. Here's the bracket and here's our Voyager brake controller. We're going to go ahead and kind of just test fit it up here underneath the dash to find a good place. Right here there's a little metal bracket that comes down that we'll be able to screw our bracket into. We'll just line it up and see if that's going to work.
Today on our 1998 Ford Econoline van we'll be installing the Draw-Tite Ultra Frame Trailer Hitch part number 41906. Here's what our hitch looks like installed on our vehicle. Now let's go ahead and we'll give you a couple measurements to help you choose some accessories for your hitch such as a ball mount, a bicycle rack or a cargo carrier. From the top of the opening of the hitch to the ground is approximately 17 1/2 inches. This hitch extends past your bumper approximately four inches. Now let's go ahead and install our hitch. We will begin by pointing out the locations that the trailer hitch will mount to the frame of the vehicle. The rear most mounting location is the one that we'll need to enlarge.
Today on this 2004 Ford Van, we're going to install part number 90885 from Tekonsha. This is a Prodigy P2 Brake Controller. Now alos, we're going to use part number ETBC7 to install this. We're going to start off with that part number first. We'll take the 4 pole to 7 pole adapter, and we're going to attach it to the gray cable that comes with the kit. We're going to connect the black and white wires to our blue and black wires on the adapter.
Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20625Order #TC0683184558 Today with this 2006 Ford E350 van we're going to install part number 90885. This is the Tekonsha Prodigy P2 trailer brake controller. I'll also be using two other parts to help us with our install. We'll be using part number ETBC7, and also universal mounting bracket part number 18136. We'll start off with that part number first. This is our bracket. We'll go ahead and install it from the backside, the lower inaudible 00:33 hitch.
Today on our 2013 Ford Van E-350, we're going to install running boards and DZ, part number DZ2544. The first step is to go ahead and start working on our end caps for our running boards. We'll go ahead and pre-assemble the end cap, which is a small, channel shaped piece of metal with holes on one side. Then we're going to loosely attach a strap bracket. It's basically a flat piece of steel of the same length with the same matching holes. Well go ahead and loosely install them together using a quarter inch bolt, two flat washers and a nut. With these parts loose, we'll go ahead and install it on the end of the running board.
All right, today in this 2013 Ford Van E350 we're going to install part number 41906 from Draw-Tite. This is what the hitch looks like once installed in the van. Next we'll go ahead and give you some measurements that will help you out in selecting some accessories, such as a ball mount, a bicycle rack or a cargo carrier. From top of the receiver opening down the ground will be about 17 inches. The center of the hitch pin hole is actually past the edge of the bumper. Now I'll go ahead and show you how the hitch is installed. Before we start our install we're going to go ahead and show you where the hitch mounts up to the frame.
Today on this 2013 Ford van were going to install part number 37185 from Hopkins. Just the adaptor four-pole to seven-pole and four-pole. Now to help us install this part were also going to use another bracket, part number 18136, no drill not in bracket, long version.Were going to use this bracket to mount our seven-pole connector to our hitch. Well do a quick test fit and you can see how the bracket will sit at a angle instead of straight back from the truck. Well go ahead and modify ours to make ours straight back.Okay, now on the short edge Ill grab the top of the hitch were actually going to make a mark. Well go ahead and make a mark half inch to five inaudible 00:43 half over.
All right today on this 2000 Ford van were going to install part number HM47297 just a Hopkins Insight Flex Mount trailer brake controller. Okay first thing we need to do is go ahead and find the location of the brake controller itself. In this case were going to be underneath the dash, on the drivers side, right behind the brake pedal.To mount our brake controller we need to make sure that the sticker side is towards the inside wall and that the cables are pointing towards the front of the vehicle. That ensures that the brake controller is positioned in the correct way.To install this were going to loosen up the wire harness thats behind the brake pedal. Well pull it up and out of the way and then itd be a good idea to do a test-fit to show where our brake controller will fit.All right, once we know where its going to go, well go ahead and clean up the sheet metal behind it. Well use adhesive to help hold it in place. Now well set our brake controller to the side and then were going to use an adaptor cord to plug into the vans tail package port.
Today on this 2002 Ford van E350, we're going to install part number A7599, hidden hitch. This is what the hitch looks like when it's installed on the van. Next, we'll give you some measurements to help you out in selecting some accessories, such as a ball mount, a bicycle rack, or a cargo carrier. From the top of the receiver opening down to the ground it would be about 18 inches. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the edge of the bumper will be about 4 3/4 inches. Now I'll go ahead and show you how the hitch is installed on the van. First thing you need to do is go ahead and test it with the hitch.
Today, on this 2002 Ford Van E-350, were going to install Part No. 75703 from Draw Tite. This is what the hitch looks like when its installed on the van. Next well give you some measurements to help you out in selecting some accessories, such as a ball mount, a bicycle rack, or a cargo carrier. From the top of the receiver opening down to the ground will be about eighteen inches. From the center of the hitch pin hole to the bumper will be about four and three-quarter inches.
Today on our 1999 Ford E450 van, we'll be installing the tow-ready, upgraded, circuit protected tail light converter, with 4-pull end, part number 119178. We're going to first need to take our test light here, and find out which wire does which function. Go ahead and ground our test light. Then we'll have someone turn on the running lights. We'll be tying them with this brown wire right here, with the white stripe on it. Go ahead and set up for our left or driver side blinker.
All right, today on this 2002 Ford van E350, we're going to install part number 48195 from Hopkins. This is the Quick Fix 4 Pole Flat Car and Trailer Ends. All right, this is our parts right here. Now this end is for the van. This end would be saved for a trailer eventually. We'll set these parts to the side. Now here's our factory 4 pole connector.
Today on our 2003 Ford van, we'll be installing the CURT hitch, part number 14055. Next, we'll go ahead and give you a couple measurements to assist your selecting accessories for your new hitch. This will assist you in selecting accessories such as a ball mount, bike rack, or cargo carrier. The center of the hitch pin hole is even with the outermost edge of the bumper, and from the top of the receiver tube opening to the ground is 19-1/4". Now, before we install the hitch, we'll go ahead and point out the attachment points. We'll have a total of six attachment points, three in each side. Securing the hitch to these attachment points will be the new hardware provided with our install kit, a 1/2" carriage bolt and block for each attachment point.
Today on the 2003 Ford Van, we'll be installing our Curt Hitch, part number 13055. Next, we'll go ahead and give you a couple of measurements to assist you in selecting accessories for new hitch. This will assist you through selecting accessories such as a ball mount, bike rack, or cargo carrier. The center of the hitch pin hole is even with the outermost edges and bumper. From the top of the receiver tube opening to the ground is 19 and a half inches. Now, before we install the hitch, we'll go ahead and point out the attachment points. We'll have a total of 6 attachment points, 3 in each side.