Today on this 2008 Kia Sedona we are going to install part number 118410 from Tow Ready. The first steps involved is get into the back of the vehicle, pull up the hatch, and then get to the fasteners that hold the tail lights in place. We have got three fasteners to remove and then pop the light off. Now we will disconnect the tail lights from the wire harness. Push down this little tab and this connector will come apart. Now we will go over to the passenger side of the vehicle and do the same thing one more time. 00:36
We are going to start working on the install now with the T-One connector. First we will take our 4-pole wiring harness and we are going to it down below and pull it out below the bumper. Next we are going to remove this little plastic screw right here just to give us a little working room so we can have a nice place to hide our module. There is barely enough room but I think we can install our module. Attach it to the sheet metal behind the bumper cover. We will leave it like that for now. 01:07
We are going to take one half of the T-One connector with the green and red wires and we are going to go down below just like we did before. The next thing we can do is plug the T-One harness into the factory harness. We will set that to the side for now and we will take our white ground wire and attach it to the sheet metal right here. The next wire we are going to deal with is a black wire, a 10 gauge wire that will be ran up to the battery up front on the vehicle. Again we will this through and pull it out through the bottom. The other end of this wire will attach to the red wire here for the module. We are going to use a butt connector to connect everything together. Since this is going to be sitting outside lets wrap some tape around it. Put the little plastic rivet back into place and then we can reinstall our tail light. To help hide our wire as it goes across the back of the vehicle we are going to remove these plastic rivets here. One, two, three, four of them to go across. There are metal brackets that the bumper fascia attaches to and we are going to stick the wire between those two pieces. 02:39
We are going to start off with the green and red wire and we are going to tuck it up behind the fascia behind the metal bracket where it attaches and we are going to work our way all the way across to the other side. We will do the same thing with our 4-pole flat. Tie that off to the chain loop for now. Now we will reinstall the fasteners. Next we will tie off our excess 4-pole wire. There is really not much to tie off to but you are going to make a small hole in the bottom of the fascia to have something to tie off to. Next we are going to take our wire and just poke it down, wrap it around the T-One harness, and pull it back up. Pull up the wire, make sure it stays away from the exhaust on the bottom. Take up the slack and then we will use a zip tie to take up the slack and hold everything in place. The same thing as on the driver side, on the passenger side we will snap our connectors together and reinstall the tail lights. We will start running our black wire up to the front of the vehicle. It is kind of hard to get around the suspension components but what we did is made a hole in the interior of the fender well and ran our wire through. We went along side the suspension coil and then went over the other suspension components and then went along the parking brake cable up front and then we continued up front underneath the firewall of the vehicle and then we will pull the wire from the bottom to the top. 04:59
To pull our wire from the bottom to the top in the engine compartment you can see that the engine compartment is pretty full so what we will use is a piece of wire with a hook on the end to reach down and grab it and kind of help pull it back up to where we actually get to it with our hands. Then we will route our wire behind this component, around the fuse and relay block, and work your way around to the positive side of the battery, and then we will make our connection point here. We will cut our wire to length, the black wire, and then we will take the fuse holder and cut it in half. Then we will connect the two together with a butt connector. On the other side we will install our ring terminal. Now we can start working on connecting to our battery. First off we will disconnect the ground, now the battery is safe to work on. We can use this terminal right here. Then do the negative terminal. Now all you need to do is put the fuse in the fuse holder. Now tuck the fuse holder right next to the battery safe and sound and then we will replace the cover. Everything is installed, lets try it out with a light tester before we try it out on our trailer. Hook the ground to our ground pole here. Next we will check the running light circuit which will be the brown wire. Now try the left turn signal and then the right turn. Then we will hit the brake signal so it should be yellow and green steady. It looks like we are good to go. That will finish it for part number 118410 from Tow Ready.
Today, on this 2006 Kia Sedona, we're going to install Part Number 118410 from Tow Ready. This is our T-One Wiring Harness. To start off our install, we're going to open up the back hatch and then we're going to remove the tail lights. There's three screws in each side and then we can go ahead and remove the tail light by pulling it off to the side. We'll hold the tail lights, so we can see the mounting points on the side, but you can see how the tail lights attach to the vehicle. To disconnect the wire harness, there's a small tab on the wire harness that we push down to release it then we can go ahead and pull it apart.
Today, on this 2012 Kia Sedona, we're going to install part number 118410 from Tow Ready. First thing we need to do is go ahead and open the tail gate and get access to the tail lights to remove both of them. They'll be three screws in each light, so to remove the tail light you will pry the light away from the vehicle. We'll disconnect the wire harness from the tail light. There will be a small tab that you have to push down and then we can go ahead and release the light from the wire harness. Next, we will go ahead and take the four pole wire and run it down between the bumper cover and the body of the vehicle.
Today on our 2012 Kia Sedona well be installing part #: 118410 from Tow Ready, the T1 vehicle wiring harness. Well start by removing our taillights. We have three fasteners to remove. To remove our taillight wiring harness well push down this tab right here, we can pull it apart. Were going to take our purple wire and put it between the bumper and the body and run it all the way out towards the bottom. Now there are some supports in there that you have to work it around so it may take some practice.
Today on this 2010 Kia Sedona we are going to install part number 118410 from Tow Ready. OK, this is our T-one wiring harness. Now the first thing we need to do is open up that back hatch. We will start off on the driver side. It looks like there are three screws we need to remove. When you pull the light off, you have to pull it in the general direction away from the vehicle at an angle, like this. Alright, we will go ahead and disconnect the taillight right here. Push down that center tab and it comes apart. Set that aside for now. We will go over to the passenger side and do the same thing. Next we will go ahead and take the 4-pole itself and just it into the cavity between the body and the bumper cover and pull it out the bottom. Then we will take the one half of the T-connector with the red and green wires and that through as well. 1:00
Today were going to show you a popular upgrade. We have here a four pole flat that has been installed on a vehicle. The owner has a boat trailer now and it has a five wire flat. So were going to convert that four wire to a five wire flat. We will show you how to deal with part number 20036 which is the adapter itself, and the bracket which is part number 20046. Our first step we need to do is take off the four pole and then well uninstall the bracket and put in the new bracket. It may take some force, but you have to pull to get this out of here. We actually used a rubber mallet to tap it a little bit, now this bracket can come off which we have previously loosened up. Now well install our new bracket and it will go in the same spot as before. What were going to do next is get our four pole ready which we have cleaned out with WD-40 and then were going to put in some dielectric grease. Well put that inside here and then were going to attach our four pole from our adapter inside there.