Today on our 2012 Honda Odyssey we're going to be doing a test fit on the Thule Easy-fit self-tensioning SUV-style snow tire chains. These are made to fit a wide variety of tire sizes. The part number is TH04115247. Another great feature you'll see here on the rear of the main bar of our chain, this is fully coated, fully protects your rim against any kind of abrasion, rub marks, scratches, so we won't have to worry at all about our rim face being damaged. We've got a couple different materials here that are going to make up our chains. We've got the nickel-manganese alloy construction here on our cross chains which are a diamond pattern. This is going to give us superior durability and also corrosion resistance.
Today on a 2014 Honda Odyssey we're going to install part number PW1046. This is the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains. We're working with a tire size of P235-65R-517. On taking a closer look here at construction you can see how the cross-cables connect to the cables that go around the tire. You have this nice little crimped cable connection that holds everything in place. This is also galvanized low-carbon steel so it resists snow and ice for a very long time. I've got these rollers here. These are spring rollers.
Today on our 2014 Honda Odyssey we're going to install part number KS3891. This is a K Source Universal Towing Mirror that clips on. This is what our towing mirror looks like when it's installed on the vehicle. In this case we're on the passenger side. We'll go ahead and check out how it fits. First off there's two little clips or hooks that connect to the bottom edge of the mirror here and you want to notice this is just below the factory mirror here. It's really tight 00:00:31tolerance but you should be able to move your factory mirror.
Today on our 2013 Honda Odyssey, we are going to do a test fit on the Hollywood Racks add on cargo carrier design for use with the sport rider or sport rider SE2 bike rack but as you can see here, it's also available for use as a stand alone carrier. It measures 15 1/2 inches x 55. It's going to offer us at 220 pound weight capacity when used independently. A 90 pound weight capacity when used in conjunction with the bike rack. Part number on it is HR1485. To begin our test we need to slide the shank of the carrier right into the receiver tube of our hitch. We'll then line up our pin hole with our hitch pin hole.
Today on our 2013 Honda Odyssey, we'll be installing the Toe-ready T1 connector, part number 118521. To begin our install we'll first go ahead and pull the latch for the drivers side rear third row seat and lean it forward, so we can gain access to the rear fuse panel. Then using a flat-blade screw driver we'll go ahead and get underneath the fuse panel, and remove the fuse panel door. Go ahead and set that aside. We can remove the rear threshold. To remove the rear threshold, we'll first remove the cargo hooks or knobs. Next we'll need to remove the rear cargo liner.
Today on our 2014 Honda Odyssey, we're going to be taking a look at the Yakima Holdup. This is a platform-style 2-bike rack. It will fold and tilt. Part number on it is Y02445. Now to begin our test fit we're going to slide the shank of the rack right into the receiver tube of our hitch. We're going to slide it in far enough so that our threaded pinhole lines up with our hitch pinhole. With those in line, we can take our anti-rattle bolt and we'll just thread that in. Now they've designed the Holdup using a really nice black powder-coat finish.
Today on our 2014 Honda Odyssey, we're going to be test fitting the Curt 24x60 hitch mounted cargo carrier. This is designed for 2-inch hitches, part number C18153. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch. We'll go ahead and slide it in till we get our pinholes to line up with each other. Then we can install our hitch pin and clip. With the carrier in the folded up position, it's going to give us a ground clearance of about 10 inches and the closest point of the carrier to the rear of our vehicle is going to measure about 3 inches away.
Today on our 2014 Honda Odyssey we're going to be test fitting the Swagman XTC 2 2-bike platform-style bike rack, part number S64670. To begin our test fit we'll slide the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of the hitch. We're going to go ahead and push it in there until we see that our pinholes are in line with each other. Then we can the hitch pin and clip. The hitch pin is actually an anti-rattle bolt so we'll thread that in there, and once we get that snugged down we can then use our socket wrench to finish the securing process. Once we have that fully tight you're going to see that it's going to really help eliminate the rattle and wobble that we have inside of our hitch.
Today, on our 2014 Honda Odyssey, we're going to be testing the Rhino-Rack 4 bike rack, part number RBC044. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of the hitch. I'll go ahead and push in the rack until we see the pin holes in line with each other. We can take anti-rattle bolt, and we can just thread it through. This is going to help eliminate any rattle or wobble that we may have inside of our hitch. Once we have that snug, take our socket wrench and tighten it all the way down.
Today on our 2011 Honda Odyssey, we'll be installing the wiring necessary to connect the hot lead for our 7 pull trailer connector, part number 5505, and wiring to connect the reverse light circuit using the Deka 16 gauge wire, part number 16-1-1. First we'll need to locate the wiring to connect to. We'll go ahead and pull it down from above the hitch. Once we can gain access to it, we'll go ahead and remove the electrical tape covering it up. We'll need to locate 3 leads. A purple wire for reverse light circuit, a black wire for the hot lead, and a blue wire for the electric brake circuit, should it be hooked up in the future. Once we've located our wiring, we'll now move to the reverse light circuit on the vehicle that we'll need to connect to.
Today on our 2013 Honda Odyssey, we'll be installing the Derale Series 8000 Plate-Fin Transmission Cooler kit, part number D13503. To begin our install, we've already opened the hood and we're ready to start removing the upper fasteners for the front fascia and air guard. To remove the pushpin fasteners, we'll use a flat blade screwdriver, get underneath the center of the fastener, pop it up and then remove the fastener. There'll be multiple fasteners that'll need to be removed. Now with all the fasteners removed from the top air guard, we'll go ahead and pull the air guard out of the way. We'll set it aside for re-installation later. Next we'll remove the two bolts securing the top brackets of the upper fascia.