Today, on this 2006 Ford Mustang GT, we're going to install product number 119176KIT. So the first thing we do is we'll go ahead and open the trunk and remove the interior coverings to get to our wiring. Next, we'll go ahead and remove the fasteners so we can take off the threshold. Ok, we'll start off by testing our wires. This is where our wire harness is going to the left side tail light, alright. Now, we'll take our tester akin with the kit.
We'll turn the factory ground right here. We'll test behind the connector to look for a running light circuit. Alright, it looks like a blue wire w/green stripe will be our running light circuit. So we'll take our wire connector and we'll attach it right here. So we'll be running a ring-like circuit from our module which will be brown.
Now, we'll move on to the left turn signal. Now, it looks like our left turn signal is going to be red with the white stripe and the left turn of the module will be yellow. We have our red wire on our module next. Now, this is equivalent of combined system which means the turn signal and the brake of our same filament in the light. So in this case, we don't need a separate brake signal so all we got to do is take our red wire and ground it with the white wire.
So we'll take the red wire and we'll just add a ring terminal to it, and we'll add these two to our factory ground. Now, we'll deal with our green wire. We're about to run that over the passenger's side and look for a turn signal there. It looks like our turn signal wire on the passenger's side--is a red with a white stripe. So we'll cut up for excess and tap into that wire so that will be green to red with a white stripe.
Right now, our interior connections are done. Let's go back to the module and find a place to attach it to the sheet metal. We'll attach the sheet metal right here using adhesive that's on the module. We'll pull out our wire harness for our 4-pole and we'll leave that with the spare tire. Now, we have a red wire off the module. That's our power wire. We'll run that up to our battery. We need to find a place to exit the interior vehicle, go underneath and up to the battery. Alright, now we'll take our black wire from the kit and we'll run it through a grommet right up here and our other half will connect to the red wire to our module. Alright, we'll go ahead and zip our wire to the factory harness here then we can start reinstalling interior components. Let's go ahead and continue running our black wire up to the front of the vehicle. Just make sure you stay away from anything hot like the exhaust or anything moving like the suspension or steering components. We'll zip tight this wire harness here, we'll cover access to the wire and take a fuse holder, cut it in half and strip the ends, add a butt connector to one side and a ring terminal to the other. Next, we'll go ahead and add our fuse to the fuse holder and we're basically finished with our install. Everything is put back together, let's go ahead and show you how to use it. Now, everything that stays in the trunk area, we're not using it. When you want to use it, just pull it out, just stay away from the latch, shut the hatch, and pull out what you need down to your trailer hitch. And that will finish it for our install of product number 119176KIT.
What we have here is a 4 pole flat car end, 16 inches long and includes 4 wiring caps. This is going to be installed on a 2005 Ford Mustang. We need to get the access to the wiring. So the first thing we need to do is take out this bottom tray or carpeting here. You have to take off this back panel here to get access to the wiring. Once that is out of the way we can start taking these fasteners off this back panel here and then take it off to get to the wiring. This is the wiring harness that is actually going to the tail light lens. So what we need to do is strip away our wires here so we can figure out which wire is our turn signal or running light. Since we have to hardwire this, we have to test to see what wire does what. So basically we will just use our ground tester to the existing ground on the body.