Today on our 2010 Honda CR-V, we'll be taking a look at and installing the Roadmaster tail light wiring kit with bulbs, part number RM-155. First thing we'll need to do in our installation of our Roadmaster tail light kit with bulbs is go ahead and open up our rear hatch to gain access to our tail light assemblies. Then, we will remove the caps located here and here on both sides. To remove the tail lights, use a small screwdriver to stick in the slot and pop it out. Once you've popped out both the caps, repeat that same process on the passenger side. Anything we do here on the driver side, as far as the removal and re-installation of the tail lights, is going to be repeated on that passenger side. All right. Now, we're going to remove the two bolts on the inside.
Today on our 2010 Honda CRV. We're taking a look at installing the Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector, part number C55106. Now when we're ready to use our 4-pole flat connector, we're simply going to pull up, remove it from the spare tire area, pull it over the trunk of our vehicle or through the hatch, over that weather seal. This weather is going to be thick enough that it's going to protect your wire. It can start running down to your hitch. Go ahead and close our hatch just like so.
Today on our 2010 Honda CRV we'll be taking a look at installing the 20 amp 12 volt out-leg kit, part number RM-9332. Now we have our 12 volt power ready to use whenever we need it for our auxiliary braking system for our towed vehicle. Now when we don't have any use you can put it up here in the holder or we can also place it down back underneath the back side of the stream panel making sure that it doesn't fall down while we're driving. On one end we're going to have our fuse and spade connector and on the other end we're going to have to make ground around that ring terminal there. Both of the pieces that we're going to need are going to be included in the kit. So right now we're going to find a fuse that has power going through it so we can run our constant power towards our 12 volt circuit. So go up underneath the dash and locate that fuse panel that's sitting right here right above this kick panel on the side. Now we're just going to locate a fuse, it gives us the ability to draw power when our key is not in the ignition.
Today on our 2010 Honda CR-V, we'll be taking a look at installing Blue Ox Patriot Radio Frequency Portable Braking System, part number BRK2012. Now with our brake controller set up, we'll go ahead and pull the brake away. You see the alarm chimes, and it says, "breakaway", on the screen. The brake pedal is depressed. Now what we're gonna do is hook up our wireless controller. What we're going to do is plug it into the cigarette lighter in the RV, and you'll see it come on with your lit up LED display. This will mount up anywhere you would like inside your vehicle. It comes with double sided tape, hook and look fasteners, and even a zip tie, so you can mount it in various different fashions.
On this 2014 Honda CRV we're going to review and install the Road Master universal high power diode wiring kit, part number RM-154. With this part number this is what we get. First off we have our diodes right here in the center. This will actually mix our inputs into the factory wire harness. We also have some butt connectors here to make some wire connections if we need to. We also have a ring terminal here for our ground to go into the sheet metal, typically behind the tail light. We have a length of wire about 30 feet long that will reach from the front of the vehicle to the back of the vehicle. We have a short distance of lumen material to help protect the wires going around corners or when the wire is visible maybe just to hide the colors. Lastly, going between your RV and your towed vehicle, in this case our CRV, will be this extension piece right here that will go between the vehicle and the CRV and of course some zip ties help hold it in place.
On this 2014 Honda CRV, we're going to show you a Glacier Chains Snow Cable Chains, part number PW2016C. On our CRV, we're working with a tire size of 215 by 70 by R16. First off, the construction of the crossbar here is built with a cable right here, on top it's got the rollers to dig into the ice and snow and work with the tire as needed to get traction. This is all cable design, which works with the specifications recommended in the owner's manual as well. This is a class S chain, so works great with vehicles with limited tire clearance between the tire and the bodywork and suspension components. It also has a built in tensioner right here to take up most of the slack on the outside. When you install it, this is front part. When you install it this always goes towards the front of the tire or the front of the vehicle.
Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitch options available for the 2015 Honda CRV. Starting here at the top, we have the CURT, part number C13119. This is a class three. It's going to offer us a 2" opening. The next one we've got here is going to be our Draw-Tite. This is part number 75742.
Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitch options available for our 2013 Honda CRV. Starting here at the top, we have the CURT, part number C13119. This is a class three. It's going to offer us a 2" opening. The next one we've got here is going to be our Draw-Tite. This is part number 75742.
Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitch options available for our 2012 Honda CRV. Starting here at the top, we have the CURT, part number C13119. This is a class three. It's going to offer us a 2" opening. The next one we've got here is going to be our Draw-Tite. This is part number 75742.
Today we're going to be taking a look at the best hitch options available for our 2014 Honda CRV. Starting here at the top, we have the CURT, part number C13119. This is a class three. It's going to offer us a 2" opening. The next one we've got here is going to be our Draw-Tite. This is part number 75742.
Today on our 2009 Honda CRV, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Yakima Double Down. This is going to be your hanging style four 00:00:08 bike rack for your inch and a quarter and your two inch receivers. Now, if you do plan on using it with your Class One or excuse me if you plan on using it with your Class One receiver with an inch and a quarter shank, you're only going to be able to carry up to two bikes, and that is per the weight requirements of your specific hitch that you intend on using it on. You can see with it in the two inch shank here, and we do have that anti-rattle bolt securing it so it's going to be nice and sturdy on the back of the vehicle. Let's go ahead and start off by getting a few measurements. Our closest distance is going to be from the backside of the receiver at about six and five eighths inches. From the back side of the bumper, it's going to be about seven inches.
Today on our 2015 Honda CRV we're going to be doing a test fit of the MaxxTow 30x50 wheelchair carrier with a 48-inch pivoting ramp. This is going to be part number MT70106. It's going to have a sturdy steel construction, offering a 500-pound weight capacity with it's nice expanded metal base for easy clean-ability. This is going to be perfect for your motorized scooters or wheelchairs. And when you don't have it in use, it's going to tuck up against the back side of the vehicle, with its nice folding shank. Note that it does come with a 2-inch shank for your 2-inch receivers only, as well as that anti-tilt rattle device, which is going to make it nice and sturdy on the back of the vehicle, as you can see there. And it will also have that safety pin and clip down there that is also included. So first off, let's start with a few measurements. Our closest distance will be our first measurement.
Today on our 2009 Honda CRV we're going to be taking a look at and installing the Weather Tech custom front floor mats, part number WT460981 also available in black, part number WT440981. First thing we'll need to do before we install our new Weather Tech floor mats is go ahead and remove the factory floor mats. You'll see that they have the snaps here. Go ahead and undo those and unbuckle them and pull them out from underneath the back side. You'll see that they had those 2 snaps that connect here and you'll be able to lift it straight out. Here on the driver side we'll go ahead and remove the factory floor mat from the fixed hooks on the back side. The Easiest way to do it is slide it back and up.
Today we're going to be doing a quick comparison of the three styles of class three hitch that we have available for the 2015 Honda CRV. That we've got the Draw-Tite here. This is part number 75742. The Hidden Hitch: this part number is 87621. Then our CURT. This is part number C13119.
Today on our 2015 Honda CR-V we're test fitting the Kuat Transfer. This is a platform style 2-bike rack, it's been designed for use with 1-1/4" inaudible 00:00:10 2" hitches, part number on it is CR02G. As you can see, the Transfer is a really nice platform style rack with aluminum construction. One of the things that really stood out to me was how lightweight it was, really easy to get up there in the car as opposed to some of your other platform style racks that can get really, really heavy. Right down here at the bottom you've got a grey lever. Flipping that in is going to allow us to tilt the rack away from our vehicle. inaudible 00:00:41 bike is loaded, gives us plenty of room to get this rear cargo hatch open and get stuff in or out of there that we're going to need.
Today on this 2010 Honda CRV, we're going to show you the Blue Ox Base Plate Kit with removable arms, part number BX2246. All right, this is what the base plate looks when it's installed on our CRV. You can see the opening right through here. It does require some trimming on the bottom right down here, similar to this right here on each side. These are receivers that connect to the attachment tabs, where the tow bar connects to those. Basically, with this part horizontal, we're going to push it in. Push it all the way until that pin sticks out, and rotate it.
Today on this 2010 Honda CR-V, we're going to show you a Roadmaster Brake-Lite Relay Kit for Towed Vehicles, part number RM-88400. We'll go ahead and show you what components come with this kit. First off, we've got the wire harness here, the relay, a fuse holder with the fuse already installed. This little brass piece is a fuse tap, and a terminal to slide into it, and butt connectors, a ring terminal for ground, and some zip ties. One thing we're going to add to our install today is going to be a 10 amp fuse like this. The fuses that are already in a vehicle are a flush-mount style, or mini-fuse, and so the wire tap won't work, but we can replace it with a normal fuse like this. In fact, let's go ahead and put that all together now.
All right, today on this 2010 Honda CR-V, we're going to show you the Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles, part number HM56300. These are the parts that you get with the kit. This is actually a t-connector style electrical harness, so this will fit in between two connection points on your vehicle. In this case, the t-connection with the green wire will go to the passenger side. The one with the yellow will go to the driver side. We'll take a look. This is our diode converter here, and this will take the signals from the RV and send it out to your tail lights.
Today on this 2010 Honda CRV, we're going to show you the RoadMaster FuseMaster fuse bypass, part number RM76511. This is what you get with this part number. You get the actual switch and fuse holder. You get an adapter that'll go into your fuse panel and two new ends that, if you need to, will replace these two ends. Also it has a couple labels as well for your switch. We'll go ahead and cut these wires short and add these terminals to them so we can push them right onto our adapter. Strip the wires back, add our terminal ends to it. We can go ahead and put this onto our adapter, we'll slide this on as far as we can.
Today, on our 2009 Honda CR-V, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the WeatherTech Front Custom Floor Mat, Part#WT463191; also available in black, Part#WT443191; and in tan, Part#WT453191. With out factory floor mats removed, let's go ahead and install our WeatherTech Custom Fit Floor Mat. Place in the fronts first since this goes around both sides. Once you have it up into place, start working it down. Then, on the driver's side here, we'll need to connect the hooks that are underneath from the factory floor mats. Go ahead and peel that back so you can see those. We'll connect these two points to the holes here in the WeatherTech floor mat.
Today on our 2009 Honda CRV, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the WeatherTech custom fit cargo liner, part #WT41318, also available in gray, part #WT42318, and black part #WT40318. Once you have the hatch in the back open and all of your items cleared out of the back so it's a nice and clean surface, you're ready to install your floor mat. Go ahead and slide in the cargo liner and press it down around the edges, form-fitting to the vehicle's features. You're going to see that the WeatherTech custom fit cargo liner is going to have that nice raised edge and act like a pan. It'll keep all that water, debris and any kind of liquids down on the inside of your floor mat. It's also going to have these channels to divert any of the water from one side to the other. On the back side here, you're going to see the tie-down cutouts where it's custom fit to go around your tie-downs that are in your cargo area.
Presenter: Today on our 2009 Honda CRV, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the WeatherTech custom fit second row floor mats, part number WT460982; also available in tan, part number WT450982; and also available in black, part number WT440982. All right. With us in the back seat of our Honda CRV, let's go ahead and remove the factory second row floor mat. Once you have it removed, go ahead and pull it out of the vehicle. When sliding our floor mat in, you're going to want to place in the front first bringing it around the console since it contours to all the shapes in the vehicle, and press it down around the edges. It extends from the passenger side all the way over to the driver's side seamlessly. You can see that it's going to have that nice raised edge, so it's going to be able to keep out all of the dirt and debris and keep it all on the inside, especially when you have snow, mud, or water. There are channels to divert all of the water away from your shoes.
Today on our 2015 Honda CR-V, we're testing the Curt 20 by 60 folding cargo carrier. It's been designed for use with humans yet it's going to offer us a 500 pound weight capacity. Part number is C18151. As you can see, we've got a nice sturdy cargo carrier here. It's got the expanded steel style floor so that dirt and debris will fall right down through. It's a stamped out expanded steel so we don't have those sharper edges so they'll kind of hold onto things.
Today on our 2015 Honda CRV, we're test fitting the Curt 20 by 16 cargo carry. Now this has been designed for use in 2 inch hitches, carries up to 500 pounds. The part number on it is Z18150. Now as you can see the Curt is a nice, solid cargo carry. It's going to have that expanded steel style floor. It doesn't have the sharp edges on it like we get out of the standard expanded steel, but it's still going to give us plenty of open areas for dirt and debris and stuff like that to fall down and out. We've got about a 5 1/2 inch raised rail all the way around the outside, giving this good front to back and side to side stability while offering good connection points for any cable or ...
Today on our 2015 Honda CRV, we're testing the Stromberg-Carlson 23x60 cargo carrier. They designed to use this with a 2" hitch. It offers a 500 pound weight capacity. The part number is CCS100. You see with our cargo carrier, we're going to have some movement, we're going to have some play while we're heading down the road. That's pretty typical of any carrier that is secured using just a pin and clip.
Today on our 2015 Honda CR-V, we're test fitting Let's Go Aero Gear Cage. This is a 32 by 48 cargo carrier. It's been designed for use in a 2" hitches. It's coming offered with a capacity of 300lbs. Part number on it is HCR222. One of the things I immediately notice about the Gear Cage is how nice and how solid it is on the rear of the vehicle. It really doesn't move if the car doesn't.
Today on our 2015 Honda CRV we are going to be doing a test fit of the inaudible 00:00:04 TX-102. It's going to be part number 59400. It's going to be your hanging style two bike rack and this bike rack is going to be unique in the fact that it does come with an inch and a quarter shank as well as a two inch shank. It's going to be interchangeable down here at the point here. You are going to see that you have the pin that goes through on the side that you weren't using and you can just rotate it around for whatever side you are going to use it on. You can use it with your class one, two, and your class three receivers.
Today on our 2015 Honda CR-V, we're going to review and install the Husky Weatherbeater Custom Auto Floor Liners part number HL98451, black in color. This application is also available in gray part number HL98452 and tan part number HL98453. For this application, I don't have an old or manufactured floor mat to remove but we can see the dirt and debris that's building up here around the driver's footrest. As we slide our floor liner into place, we'll go ahead and point out our special Sta-Put Nibs. These will help to grip the carpeting underneath and hold the floor liner in place. As we fit it into position, we'll go ahead and line it up with the manufacturer attachment points and lock it down. Once we have it locked down, we can see the entire floor liner has a raised outer edge. That'll keep our dirt and debris contained on the liner and off our carpeting.