Today on our 2010 Nissan Murano well be installing the Tow-Ready T1 Connector part number 118481. Our first step is to access the rear cargo area. Well need to remove the flooring panels and the rear threshold. Next, well remove the fasteners that are securing the quarter panels behind the taillight. With our quarter panels out of the way, well gaining access to the rear taillight wiring. Well locate the manufacturers plug, disconnect it.
Here on the driver side, well take the yellow and brown plug wire, plug it in line with the manufacturers and then route the red and green wire over to the passenger side and repeat the same process. Now with our connection made in the passenger side, well move back over to the driver side where well route the 4-Pole underneath following the same wiring route only this time well stay in beside the spare tire. This is where well store our 4-Pole connector when not in use. Now lets go ahead and take the black wire supplied with our install kit and use the yellow but connector to connect it to the red wire come from our converter box. This will be our power wire coming directly from the battery of the vehicle.
First well route underneath the side cargo panel and then we can strip back our wires and make our connection with the butt connector. Quick tech tip: I recommend to use some black electrical tape to tape up this connection as it will assist in keeping out any dirt, dust and debris. Now that connection made, lets go ahead and feed our converter box in behind the quarter panel, at the same time feeding our white wire with a preformed ring terminal on it out into the spare tire area where well take our self-tapping screw and attach it to the metal creating our ground for our converter box. Now with that done, we need to go ahead and take our power wire and feed it outside of the vehicle. The best way to do this is using the manufacturers grommet.
As you can see, we have one here in the rear cargo area so go ahead and take our utility knife, cut a hole and feed our power wire down through that and onto the vehicle. With that done, we can go ahead and start routing our wire up to the battery. Keep in mind when routing your wires, stay away from excessive heat such as the exhaust or moving components such as the steering or suspension. Now weve got our power wire routed up into the engine compartment, we can go ahead and start routing it over to the battery. Keep in mind well be using the black zip ties provided with our install kit to secure our wiring.
That Ive figure out the length I need, well go ahead and cut off the excess, strip back our wires and add our fuse holder. As you can see, our fuse holder comes as a one-piece, well go ahead and cut it in half, strip back both ends. Well add the butt connector to one end and the ring terminal to the other. The ring terminal will be our attachment point to the battery. Once again, I recommend to go ahead tape up your butt connector to keep out any dust, dirt and debris. Now well go ahead and remove the nut on the positive battery terminal and secure our ring terminal. Well go ahead and install the fuse in the fuse holder and then finish securing our wire. Now that done, Ill go ahead and move back to the back of the vehicle and reinstall all of our interior trim panels. Alright, now that we have everything back together, lets go ahead and show you how to use your new 4-pole connector. Well simply take it out from the spare tire cargo well, drape it out over the threshold and down to the hitch or accessory. When running it outside across the threshold, we can close the door on it as the weather stripping is thick enough that it wont harm it but we do recommend to stay away from the latch as pinching it off in the latch can damage the wire. Then once youre completed using your 4-pole connector, simply roll it back up and store it in the spare tire cargo area. And thatll do it for the installation of our Tow-Ready T1 connector part number 118481 on our 2010 Nissan Murano.
Today on our 2004 Nissan Murano well be installing the Curt T-connector vehicle wiring harness with 4-pole flat connector, part number 55571. To begin our install, well first need to go ahead and remove some interior trim components. Starting with the floorboard quarter panels, well then pull up on them and then remove them setting them aside for reinstallation later. Next well go ahead and raise the spare tire cover and remove the cargo tray. Next well go ahead and remove the rear threshold. To remove the rear threshold, well remove the three fasteners that secure it, and then using our flat-bladed screwdriver or an interior trim panel tool we can get underneath of it, simply pry it up releasing the fasteners underneath.
Today I will be working on at 2009 Nissan Murano were going to install Tow-Ready T-One Connector 118481. First were going to access the rear hatch of the vehicle, once we get in to the rear hatch of the vehicle first we need to remove the rear cargo area, open the door there's two clips or turn stout push pins on either side this is the driver's side were just going to turn it 90 degrees and do the passenger's side the same way, pick up on the cargo and slide it out from underneath the rear trim Im going to go ahead and close it and we going to start that out of our way of reinstallation later. Next what I want to do you'll see a claw strap here just kind of open it on the driver's side. Next we'll want to remove the rear threshold piece, underneath here there's going to be three-plastic push pins to remove. Okay I place the one on the driver's side there's one in the middle and on the passenger's side I'm going to go and repeat the same process for all three. Now we've got all three fasteners removed we can go ahead and remove our rear threshold we just kind of gently pull up on it.
Today we are working on 2003 Nissan Murano. We are going to install the Curt T-Connector Wiring Kit, product number 55571. First, we're going to access the rear cargo area of the vehicle. We are going to need to remove all the interior components to get down to the vehicle wiring. Underneath these plastic covers there will be fasteners that hold the mounting points in. Now you can see two more fasteners that are going to hold on the storage door.
Today on this 2006 Nissan Murano we are going to install part number C56105 from Curt, their T connector wiring kit. The first thing we need to do is get access to the inside of the vehicle so we are going to have to open up the hatch and we are going to remove some interior panels to get to the wire harness. This compartment we have to move also so we have to remove these two bolts and that will allow us to take it apart. In order to remove this compartment we also have to loosen up the carpeting on the side here too. We are just going to pop up this cap right here and then we will remove the tie down hook. Now we have got our driver side done, now we will go over to the passenger side and repeat the same process. 00:50
Today on this 2009 Nissan Murano we will be installing wiring harness part number 118481. Okay, we are inside the rear cargo area of the Murano here. And the connection points for our wiring harness are going to be located on the inside of the vehicle here. Behind the interior panels on both the driver and passenger sides. To gain access to these connection points we are going to need to do some removing of the interior portions of the vehicle. We need to remove the rear threshold plate here. There are three push pins here at the interior side of the threshold plate that we need to remove. We can do that by simply taking a flat head screwdriver and popping the middle piece up and that will allow the clip to release. From there we can just kind of gently rock back and forth on the threshold plate until the top clips up here release and we can set that side.