Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty, we're going to show you how to install the TrailerMate Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles. This is part number TM781104. Here's what your harness is going to look like when you receive it. You're going to get a nice quantity of zip ties. We're going to have our small extension which will extend our plug out to where we can get it to our vehicle. We have our mounting bracket for it, a couple of small screws to help us secure that and even a couple of the padded cable hold downs, be able to zip tie our wire to once we run it to the front of the truck. You see the one here that's got yellow, brown, white and red This is going to go inline behind our driver side tail light.
Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty we're going to review an install of the Derale Series 8000 Plate-Fin Transmission Cooler Kit, part number D13502. Here's what our cooler will look like once it's installed. These coolers are typically installed when hauling heavy loads, or possibly even towing a heavy load, to keep the transmission temperature down to prevent the excessive heat-related transmission failures. The cooler itself is approximately 11" long, and 7" tall. It's about 1" thick, so it's compact enough that it'll fit here behind the manufacturer's grill in the air flow for optimum cooling. One of the really nice features about this cooler is it can be an add-on to a system that already has a manufacturer's cooler, or added to a system that doesn't have a cooler for additional protection for your transmission. Making it an ideal use, as in this application, for an add-on system.
Today, we're going to show you a Curt T-connector Vehicle Wire Harness with a four-pole flat trailer connector, part number C55382. These are parts you get with this part number. First up, here's our T-connector right here. All right This T-connector with the yellow wire. This one always goes toward the driver side of the vehicle. It also has a red matching locks on there and matches the factory connection points on the wire harness.
Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule Aeroblade Roof Rack System. This is going to be your Thule Aeroblades with the crossroads foot packs. This is going to be part number THARB53, and foot pack will be TH450R. We'll show you how that's all put in place, as you can see the other one's already up there, so we'll show you how to put it up there as well. Flip it over, remove the cap off the end by swiveling out, pressing in the little tab there, and pulling out. Next take your foot pack, remove the end cap with the tool built into it. Undo the strap, make sure it's loose, and slide it inside the T-tread.
Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty, we're going to review an install, the WeatherTech 2nd Row Custom Floor Liner, part number WT460322 gray in color. This application is also available in black part number WT440322 or tan part number WT450322. To begin our install, we need to remove the old or manufacturer's floor mat. As we can see, the floor mat has been shifted around and the dirt is falling right off of it. We will go ahead and remove the floor mat on both sides. With the old mats out of the way we're ready to install the new WeatherTech liner.
Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty, we're going to review and install the WeatherTech Custom Fit Auto Floor Liner, part number WT460321, gray in color. This application is also available in tan, part number WT450321, or black, part number WT440321. To begin our install, we first need to remove the older manufacturer's floor mat. As we remove the floor mat, we'll also take note of all the dirt and debris that's fallen off the floor mat, and we really could have benefited for a little more protection of our carpeting. Now let's go ahead and install the new WeatherTech liner. The liner itself is made of a high-density advanced material, so it can be molded to fit the shape and contour of the vehicle, while still being pliable enough to get in and out of the vehicle easily. Now with our liner in place, we can see the custom molding going over the manufacturer's attachment point, coverage nicely up to the threshold, going down below our hood release latch, but then extending up underneath both the gas and brake pedal, with additional coverage for the driver's side footrest.
Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule Canyon and rooftop mounted cargo basket. As you can see we've already got our Thule arrow blades up here on top of our raised factory roof rails. This is going to be part number TH859. This basket is going to have a sturdy steel construction with 150 pound weight capacity. It's going to be 49" long, 40" wide, and have a nice depth of about 6" here. As you can see we've already got three of our feet in place and we're going to show you how to put on the last one here on this backside here.
Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule Hyper XL. This is going to be your 17 cubic feet, rooftop mounted cargo box. It's going to come in that nice gloss black and silver finish. Note this one does have a few scratches but yours will be new. This will be part number TH612 and we're going to put it up here on top of our Thule Aeroblades that we already have installed on the vehicle. Let's show you how that's done. First thing we're going to need to do is flip it around to the back side and make sure that all of our feet are open and ready to receive our Aeroblades. Next we'll set the end up like so, remove our hand and slide it as far forward as possible.
Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Sport Rack Vista Rooftop Mounted Cargo Basket, part number SR9035. This cargo basket is going to have a sturdy, steel construction that's going to offer a hundred and ten pound weight capacity as well as it's going to be forty four inches long, thirty nine and one eighth inches wide as well as have that depth of six inches for max stowing capabilities. As you can see, we already have three of the feet in place, the two in the front and the one on the passenger side rear. We're going to show you how to put the other one on since they all go the same. I'll just take a step up on the tire here and show you how it all goes in place. You're going to have your spacer that's going to go between the bar as you can see there and we'll just adjust this just a little bit. Take your U shape clip, your U shape bolt here, let me un-thread this out of the way.
Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty we're going to be doing a test fit of the Pro Series Big Sky rooftop-mounted cargo basket. This cargo basket is going to be part number PS63156. It's going to measure 43" long, 35" wide, have a depth of 6", and with its sturdy steel construction is going to have a 125 pound weight capacity. As you can see, we've already got three of our feet in place, two in the front and one to the passenger side rear. I'm going to show you how to place on the last one since they all go on the same way over here on the driver side rear. Now once you get it up on your rack you'll place in your spacers before you'll place any of the other fasteners on, but we put our spacer on. That way we wouldn't have to contort the rack after we tighten down the other sides. Now you'll also have your u-shaped bracket that looks like so with the two squares on top, and then the two u-shaped brackets on either side.
Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty we're going to be doing a test fit of the Inno Shadow Series cargo box. This is going to be your glass black model, part number INBRA1250BK. Now this is going to offer 13 cubic feet of cargo space. We're going to place it up on our aftermarket bars that we already have up on top of the vehicle. Note that this box will fit most all of your factory crossbars, your aero-type bars, square bars, or round bars. Let's go ahead and place it up on top of our crossbars. We'll go ahead and slide it up.
Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Inno Shadow Series cargo box. This one's going to be 11 cubic feet of cargo space, and come in that nice carbon fiber finish. Just keep in mind, it's going to be carbon fiber finish, and not actually carbon fiber. It's going to be part number INBRA 1170CA. Again, that's INBRA 1170CA. As you can see, we've already got our aftermarket Arrow Tight bars up here on top of our factory roof rail system.
Today, in our 2013 Jeep Liberty, we're going to review and install the Hopkins Custom Taillight Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles, part number HM56204. Now here's what our Hopkins Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Harness with four flat towed vehicle connector will look like once it's installed. So now it'll give us the ability to duplicate the running light, brake and turn signals from the tow vehicle to our towed vehicle. Let's go ahead and show you how to install it. Now to begin our install we'll first open up the rear hatch. With the hatch up, we can access the two fasteners so we can remove the rear taillight assembly. Then we'll pull back on the taillight assembly to release the fasteners underneath.
Today on our 2013 Jeep Liberty we are going to review an install, the Roadmaster six wire trailer connector or vehicle end, part number RM-910030-7. Now, for this install we are actually going to be replacing the previously installed fourfold flat trailer connector. We are going to go ahead and cut off the old connector and prepare to install the new one. Now, here we have our four wires that we are going to install into the new six round connector. On the back of our connector is a grommet that we can take off and slide onto the wires. Next, I'll go ahead and prep the wires to install into the back of our new connector.
Today on our 2013 Jeep Liberty, we're going to review and install the Blue Ox Base Plate Kit with Removable Arms, part number BX1131. Now here's what our base plate is going to look like once it's installed. Currently, our base plate is set up not to be used, as we have the cups that are installed into the base plate openings. We can remove the cup and install the removable tab or arm. The tab will slide into the opening, rotate, push in, which you'll notice, pushes out on the pin that's spring loaded, will rotate, and it locks into position, holding the removable arm or tab into the base plate. This will allow us, then, to hook up to our tow bar.
Today, on a 2006 Jeep Liberty, we're going to show you part number SM99251. This is an SMI Stay-In-Play DUO supplemental braking system. We'll go ahead and cover some of the components of the SMI DUO Stay-In-Play. First off, we have our main unit right here that does all the work. This black box stores right inside here. It comes with all the vacuum lines and wiring and air lines needed to hook up to the rest of the vehicle. This also T's into the factory vacuum line on the vehicle. It comes with a check valve and also a T.
Today on our 2006 Jeep Liberty, we're going to show you Part Number BX1122. This is the Blue Ox Base Plate Kit with removal arms. This is what the base plate looks like once installed on our vehicle. You notice that it sits in this opening right here that's in part of the bumper cover and it completely fills it up. We have a loop here for our safety cables. This section here is a receiver for the arms that go into place.
Today on this 2006 Jeep Liberty, we're going to show you part number HM56203. This is the Hopkins Custom Taillight Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles. This is what we get in the kit. This is our actual wire harness right here and this is actually a T-connector that plugs into the factory wire harness. This one with the green wire will actually go to our passenger's side. This is our converter that contains all our diodes to protect the vehicle from the towed vehicle and here's our T-connector for the driver's side.
Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty, we're going to be installing the Blue Ox Patriot Radio Frequency Proportional Portable Braking System. This is part number BRK2012. You will see the wireless Patriot controller that's going to be mounted into the towing vehicle. It's going to indicate here that our system is on so we've got power. It's also going to show us here that our breakaway is connected. When we hit our brakes in our towing vehicle, this light is going to come on to indicate to us that our rear brakes have been engaged as well.
Today on this 2008 Jeep Liberty, we're going to install part number BX8869 from Blue Ox. This is the Taillight Wiring Kit for Towing. First thing we're going to do is take our 4-Pole wire and we're going to route it to the back. We're going to start by the front bumper over by the base plate. As we work our way back we'll make sure that we stay away from anything moving like suspension components or anything hot like the exhaust. In this case, we we're able to run it underneath the sub frame and then we hid the wire underneath some appearance panels below the vehicle.
Today on our 2005 Jeep Liberty, we'll be installing the Curt Custom Fit Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Trailer Connector, part number C55382. Now to begin the install of our new wiring harness, we'll first go ahead and open up the rear cargo door and then remove the driver and passenger's side taillight assemblies. To remove the taillight assemblies, we'll remove the two fasteners that secure the plastic housing to the body of the vehicle. Then pop the rear taillight assembly out of place being careful not to break the alignment tabs underneath. Now with the passenger's side done, I'm going to move over to the driver's side and repeat the same process. We just need to work through the rear door hinge to access the two fasteners. Once they're out, to assist in remove the taillight assembly, we can also use a plastic pry tool or a flat blade screwdriver just to pop the alignment tabs out being careful not to break them. Next we'll remove the taillight assemblies, to remove the taillight assembly we'll go ahead and unlock the red locking tab then press on the connector lock and remove it from the back of the taillight assembly.
Today on our 2012 Jeep Liberty, we're going to be installing the Blue Ox Alpha Tow Bar with a motor home mount. Part number Bx7365. Here's what our Blue Ox Alpha Tow Bar looks like installed on our vehicle. We'll go ahead and head out on to the road and show you how it works. Now, before we begin hooking up our new tow bar, we need to take a couple measurements. We're going to measure here from the center of the base plate.
Today on this 2002 Jeep Liberty, we're going to install part number SM99251 from SMI. This is a Stay In Play Duo Supplemental Braking System. Before we begin our install, we'll show you how this product works already installed on this vehicle. Take the toggle switch, put it on the on position, we'll press the brake pedal and we should get an indication on our brake light. Next, we'll pull the pin for the break away switch. We'll verify operation that way and our cylinder should move. Now I'll show you how it installs. First up, find a location for our operating unit.
Today on our 2007 Jeep Liberty, we'll be installing the Tow Ready T-One Connector, part number 118524. Now this particular vehicle already has some additional wiring installed that will allow it to be towed behind a motor home so we're going to do things a little different on this one. Because we know we cannot pull the taillights completely off on this vehicle, we're going to go ahead and run the green wire with the two connectors over to the passenger's side leaving the box as well as the yellow, the small red and the ground wire over on the driver's side. We'll run the wire underneath the lower rear bumper fascia. Securing it with zip ties and running it behind some of the brackets that hold the rear bumper on. Now that we have it over to the passenger's side, we'll go ahead and remove the passenger's side rear taillight by first opening up the rear hatch of the vehicle and then removing the two Torx head screws shown here. Now that we have these two screws out, we'll go ahead and pull the light assembly out.
Today on this 2002 Jeep Liberty we're going to install part number RM-155 from Roadmaster. This is Roadmaster taillight wiring kit with bulbs. First thing we need to do is go ahead remove the taillights from the vehicle. There's two torx head bolts that we have to remove. We use a T20 torx head bit to remove the bolts. There's a couple attachment pins here and here.
Today on this 2002 Jeep Liberty, we're going to install part number Bx1119. This is the Blue Ox Base Plate Kit with Removable Arms. Let's try out the attachment tabs. Take this end here, align it with the slot in the inside, push it in, and rotate it until this pin locks into place. When you're not using, you got these plugs for application right there. Put our other tab in. The same thing applies.
Today on our 2012 Jeep Liberty we'll be installing the Hopkins 4-Pole Wiring For Towed Vehicles part number HM56204. First step of our install will be to open up the rear cargo door. This will allow us to access the fasteners behind the tail light housings that will need to be removed. Starting on the driver side, we'll go ahead and remove the two bolts, set them aside and then pop the tail light assembly out of its position. Note this can be done easily by using a flat blade screwdriver or in this case, we'll be using a plastic pry bar to dislodge the tail light assembly from its location. Note: Be careful when doing this that you don't break the alignment tabs underneath. Now we'll go ahead and disconnect the wiring running to the back of the tail light. We'll press on the locking tab and remove the socket.
Today on our 2002 Jeep Liberty we're going to be doing a test fit on the Pro Series Solo. This is a 31 by 47 cargo carrier. It's been designed for use in 2" hitches. It's going to offer a 400 pound weight capacity. The part number on it is PS1040100. Now, this is one of the larger cargo carriers that we offer, so I'd recommend having a friend help you get this installed.
Today on our 2007 Jeep Liberty we'll be installing the Hopkins Endurance Flex-Coil Trailer Connector with Nite-Glow, 7-pole to 4-pole in the 8-foot long, part number HM47043. To begin with, you'll want to stretch out the cord, making sure there's no kinks or knots in it. You'll plug the 7-pin into the back of the motor home. You'll put the 4-pin round into the connection on the towed vehicle. Now we'll go ahead and test the lights to make sure that they're functioning properly. As you will see, the running lights work, as well as the right and left blinker, as well as the stop lights. That'll complete the installation of the Hopkins Endurance Flex-Coil Trailer Connector Adapter with Nite-Glow, 7-pole to 4-pole in the 8-foot long, part number HM47043, on our 2007 Jeep Liberty. .
Today on our 2007 Jeep Liberty we'll be installing the Pollak 4-Way connector. Part number PK11410. As you'll see on this particular vehicle there was already a 4-way flat installed on the front. We're going to need to remove that 4-flat, just leaving the four wires, the yellow, the green, the brown, and the white. This particular vehicle also already has the Blue Ox Face Plate, part number BX1122 installed on it so we'll be connecting the four pin connector to the base plate using the base plate's hardware, the spacer block, as well as the screws, the lock washers, the nuts, as well as the self-tapping screws that hold it to the base plate. To wire this you'll need to go ahead and remove the center screw off the top of the 4-round. You'll then pull the center section out.