Alright, today on this 2012 Toyota Sienna were going to install part #: 118498 from Tow Ready. First thing we need to do is open up the back hatch, get access to the hardware that holds the taillight set. Remove the hardware here and here. Through the taillight well pry out here on top and the sides and that will pop out. This little guide right here, that makes you pull out towards the back. Theres also a little pin right here.
Now to disconnect the wire harness from the taillight theres a little tab you push in and it comes apart. Here is a little tab right here and here. So were done with the driver side for now, lets go on the passenger side and repeat the same process. Now we can go ahead and start removing the interior panels to run our wire harness. We also need to remove the threshold here as well.
We can do it with slip of this plastic cap here and then we can reach and remove the hardware thats inside. We do have to pop these loose to remove them. There. Now we need to go ahead and loosen this panel up as well. We got the driver side loose so go ahead and repeat the same process to our passenger side.
Now we can go ahead and start running our wires. Well start with our green wires and our red wires and well thread these through here up into the taillight area. Well go ahead and match up our connectors here so we know which one goes where so well snap our wire harness to the factory harness like so. Well let that sit for now because the other half will eventually go back into the taillight. Well do the same thing for this plug here which will be our green wire.
Alright, now take our yellow wire, well rout that behind our panel, well run this over to the driver side. Alright, so make sure we dont hit any of the fasteners that hold the panel in place. And this will go to the two pronged plug on the driver side. Alright, now well go ahead and attach our ground wire with the ring terminal, well attach it to the body right here. Next wire well deal with is the red wire to black stripe, now connect it to our black wire that comes with the kit that will eventually get ran to the battery. Now well take that wire, lets leave it alone now, then well go ahead and find a place for to attach our module to the sheet metal on the inside. To give us a little more room were going to go ahead and remove the jack tube. Well take our wires, rout them behind the jack, clean off the area behind the jack and then attach our module. Okay, well take the adhesive back off the module and well install it where we cleaned the spot. Well take all our wires and tuck them behind the jack except for our 4 pole wire, well leave it outside for now. Now well take our black wire, we can start routing this to the outside. Well go ahead and run our black wire to the battery now. Well run it through this grommet right here, well pull it out, put a small slid in it and then push our wire through it. And then well continue running our wire up to the battery along the frame and up to the engine compartment. Now, well make sure we stay away from anything thats hot, like the exhaust or anything moving like the suspension components or the steering components we you get to the engine compartment. At this point well take a couple of zip ties and bundle up our wires. Now were going to go ahead and put our jack into place. At this point we can go ahead and reinstall the rest of the interior panels. Now were going to add a couple of loon clamps just to give us a little extra insurance against the exhaust here. Now well take a few minutes to go ahead and zip tie our wires out of the way, make sure theyre safe and secure. Now well go ahead and cut our wire a little bit short and then well go ahead and add our fuse holder, buck connector to our black wire. Well go ahead and cut our fuse holder in half, attach one into the buck connector. Now were going to go ahead and take our ring terminal and attach it to the positive terminal here. Reinstall our cover, then well go ahead and put a fuse into the fuse holder. So lets tuck our wire out of the way and well be good to go. And when youre ready to use the harness go ahead and pull it out, reinstall our jack cover and you can snap it into place, it will stay off the bottom here and then you can bring it out to your hitch and shut the hatch on it. Just make sure you stay away from the center latch and youre good to go. And pull out what you need until youre down to your hitch. That way it stays inside while youre not using it, Inaudible to get corroded up by the elements. Alright, next thing you do is to go ahead and test our connection. Well have a test light and then well go ahead and try it on a trailer. And with that, that will finish it for part #: 118498 from Tow Ready on our 2012 Toyota Sienna.
Today on this 2006 Toyota Sienna were going to install part number 118304 from Tow Ready. To start our install well open up the back hatch and then well go ahead and remove both taillights. Well also remove the vehicles rear threshold and then well also have to loosen up the side panels as well to get access to the wiring. On the passengers side well have to get through the jack storage compartment to get access to the wiring. At this point we can go ahead and start installing the T connector. Well start on the passengers side and run the wire with the red and green up to the passengers side taillight.
Today we will be working on a 2011 Toyota Sienna. We will be installing Tow Ready T-one connector part number 118498. We are going to start by accessing the rear cargo area of the van. And we need to remove both taillight assemblies. They are each mounted with two 10 millimeter bolts. You can see this gives us access to the rear taillight wiring. I am going to go ahead and disconnect the lens from them now. On each connection, there is a small locking tab that must be depressed before disconnecting. I am going to go ahead and set my taillight lens assembly aside for now. We will reinstall that later. Now I am going to go repeat the same process on the passenger side. Next we want to remove the three cargo hooks so that we can remove this rear threshold. I am going to repeat the same process for the next two. Now that we have our cargo hook hold downs removed, we can go ahead and remove the rear trim panel. We will set that out of our way. You can see it gives us access to route our wiring from the driver to the passenger side. 0:55
Today on this 2004 Toyota Sienna we are going to install part number 118304 from Tow Ready. This is their T-One wiring harness. The first steps involved is to open up the rear tail gate of the vehicle because we have to get behind the tail lights so that means we are actually going to have to remove the two tail lights on the vehicle. First we will start off on the driver side and then we will go over to the passenger side. Pop this side loose a little bit and it will go sideways like this. Rock it back and forth. Then you will want to disconnect at the tail lights right here. There is a little tab you push down and it comes right apart. What we are going to do next is remove this rear threshold right here. 00:41
Today on this 2005 Toyota Sienna Van, we will be installing wiring harness part number 118304. The ports we are going to be plugging our wiring harness into are located directly behind the tail lights here at the rear of the vehicle. So the first thing we need to do is go ahead and remove both tail lights from the driver and passenger side. There are two inboard screws here that need to be removed and then we can pull the tail light right off. :24
Today we are going to install part number 43475 from Hoppy. This is their wiring kit and we are going to install on a 1998 Toyota Sienna mini van. The wiring plugs for this T connector are going to be located behind the plastic here. You can either: a, access them behind the tail light or take off the tail light and get to them that way and run them straight down. Or, in this case, we are going to go behind the plastic and install everything on the inside. First off, we are going to go ahead and take off the thresh hold right here so we can take out the side panels. Alright, undo a couple of screws for the panels. Take off this panel here and there is an additional screw back here you can loosen the panel, the whole rear interior quarter panel with.