Today in our 2012 Nissan Frontier, we'll be installing the tow ready T1 connector part number 118263. First, we'll need to locate the manufacturer's plug located on the inside of the drivers side frame rail. As you can see here, there are two plugs. We are going to remove the cap off the gray plug. Now with the cap removed we can go ahead and take our new inaudible harness and plug it directly into the manufacturer's wiring. As we install our plug we'll make sure, we have it firmly pressed into the connector and locked in place.
Now with the plug installed we can go ahead and run our wire over to the center of the hitch and secure it with some black zip ties. All right now with our wires secured we'll just go ahead and take our side cutters and cut back the excess in the zip ties. Now this will complete the install of our new tow ready T1 connectors part number 118263 on our 2012 Nissan Frontier.
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