Today on this 2006 Honda CR-V we will be installing wiring harness part number 118336. We are in the rear cargo area of the vehicle and the port that we are going to be plugging our harness into is located right behind here behind the rear threshold closer to the driver side. So we need to remove some pieces to gain access to that. Start by removing the carpeting here from the cargo area and also the rear cargo door. We want to remove the rear threshold piece here as well. We also need to remove the screws from the tie downs here and here. Take a flathead screwdriver or a rivet tool and just get that in there and kind of gently pry back to release the clips here on the interior. When you are trying to remove the interior panel here you actually need to pull out first because you need to release the sockets that are actually in to the metal on the interior. Get that out of there. 01:22
With the panel pulled back you can see the plug that we are looking to plug our harness into. It is the open ended plug right there with the blue tape around it. We will just simply want to peel the tape back and we will plug our harness in line to it. The only other thing we need to do is to take the converter box and mount it to a metal surface behind that panel. You can see on the back here we have got double sided tape. We can simply peel that back. Pull the interior panel back. Okay we just want to go ahead and pull the 4-pole out from behind the panel. That is going to stayed stored in the cargo area here when not in use. I am just going to take the zip tie that is provided with our wiring kit and just tie it to the main wiring harness here. Now we can go ahead and start reinstalling our interior. You can see where the 4-pole is going to sit when we get the interior of the vehicle reinstalled. When you want to use the 4-pole you can simply pull it out the rear cargo door. You can go ahead and close the door on the plug and the weather stripping will prevent it from being pinched. With that that will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118336 on a 2006 Honda CR-V.
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