Today on this 2009 Dodge Ram 3500 Series we will be installing the fifth wheel and goose neck wiring harness part number V30137. The first thing I want to note before we get started is that our harness comes in two separate pieces. We have got the 7-pole which is what we are going to be mounting in to the bed of the truck and then we have got the wiring harness itself. The wiring harness has two different ends on it. The one end of the wiring harness has a larger round plug and that is what is going to plug directly into the back of our 7-pole. The other end which we are going to feed down through the opening in between the bed and the fender well has the two square ports. The first thing I am going to do is drill out the hole in the bed for the 7-pole. We are going to be using a two inch hole saw to accomplish this. Next we are going to feed the square ports through the hole that we just drilled down underneath the vehicle. Then we want to plug in the round port into the back of the 7-pole and we just want to make sure we hear the snap so that we know that the two ends are engaged. 01:00
The harness kit provides some 1/ 8 inch self tapping screws to mount the plug with. I am going to use hex headed self tapping screws. Next we will go underneath the vehicle and we want to disconnect the plug in the back side of our 7-pole. If the plug in to the back side of the 7-pole is the square port you will need to use part number V30137. If the plug end on the back side of your 7-pole is the round port you will want to use part number V30133. There is a red tab which is hard to see on the top of the connector that we need to release first so I am just going to take a flat headed screwdriver and push that over. We are pushing that towards the driver side of the vehicle and then there is a little tab on top as well that we need to press in and then we can just pull back. We next want to take our wiring harness and route it over the frame. We want to make sure that we avoid any possible pinch points. The only thing left to do is tie up the excess wires that we have in our wiring harness. The wiring harness kit provides cable ties to do this. That will conclude the installation of the fifth wheel and goose neck wiring harness part number V30137 on a 2009 Dodge Ram 3500 Series.
All right, today on this 2011 Dodge Ram pickup, 3500 series crew cab, we're going to install part number 41157. This is a Hopkins Endurancefifth wheel wiring harness, with a seven pole connector. OK, to start off our install, we need to find a location for our socket that we're going to install in the bed. Once we have that planned out, we'll go ahead and drill a quarter inch pilot hole Then we'll go back at it with a two inch hole saw OK, once we have our hole made, we'll go ahead and take our wire harness and run it through the hole. Well take the one end with the two connectors and go ahead and push it through the hole, and then let it fall out the bottom, then push the rest of our slack in place. OK, and then we'll save the other end to install into our seven pole connector We'll put some of the supply unintelligible 00:00:49 grease onto the terminals on the inside edge, then snap the two halves together. OK, once we have them together, we can go ahead and put the seven pole connector into the hole. And then we'll go ahead and use the provided hardware to attach it to the bed. Now the hardware is four self-tapping screws and washers. We'll position our seven pole connector, and then install our screws one at a time. We leave them loose until we have them all installed, and then we'll go ahead and tighten them down for good. All right, now go underneath the bed of the truck, and we'll go ahead and route our wire harness towards the bumper and towards the back side of the bumper where pre-existing seven pole connector is. Now we need to go ahead and disconnect the seven pole from the wire harness. We'll push down there's a small tab that we need topush down, and then we can go ahead and separate the connector from the wires. We'll let that go for now, and then we'll go ahead and take our new Hopkins wire harness and we'll get it ready to plug in the two halves. We'll go ahead and add the remainder of the unintelligible00:01:41grease on the terminals, and then just plug the two matching ends together. Again , we want to make sure everything remains snapped, so we know we're secure. OK, then we'll go ahead and take our extra length of wire and go ahead and route them up and out of the way, and secure them with some zip ties. One last thing is the white wire from the ring terminal.We need to ground that to the frame, so we'll go ahead and use a self-tapping screw to do that. In this case, we'll be using a number fourteen self-tapping screw. And with that, that will finish up our install of the Hopkins Endurance fifth wheel ninety degree wiring harness, with the seven pole plug, on our 2011 Dodge Ram pickup, 3500 series truck. .
Today on our 2004 Dodge Ram Pickup we'll be installing the Tow Ready Four Pole Hardware Kit with Insulated Butt connectors, part number 20250. Now this vehicle is already equipped with a manufacturer's four pole connection. But, as we remove the cap, you'll notice that it's severely corroded and the terminals are starting to breakdown. So we're going to go ahead and cut off the old manufacturer's four pole connection, and then we can hardwire in a new four pole lead. Our new four pole will match color for color, except for the ground wire, which will be black on the manufacturer's side and white on the new four pole lead side. To make easier access now that we've got the end cut off, we'll go ahead and remove the push pin that secure the wiring. Next we'll go ahead and remove the wire loom and any protective covering. We just need a little room to work so we can add our butt connectors. Next, we'll strip back each one of the wires. Now with each wire stripped back, we'll go ahead and add the butt connector. With our butt connectors added, we'll now bring in our four pole lead and match color for color with the exception of our ground wire which we will match black to white. Then we'll go ahead and and wrap up this connection point with some black electrical tape to help keep out any dust, dirt, debris, or moisture. Now with our connection point secure, we'll go ahead and reinstall the push pin fastener and route the wiring to the center of the vehicle and to the hitch. Note we'll secure any wiring as necessary with additional black zip ties, and will cut off the excess of the zip tie to clean up our install look. That does complete our install of the Tow Ready Four Pole Hardware Kit with Insulated connectors, part number 20250, on our 2004 Dodge Ram Pickup.
Today on our 2010 Dodge Ram pickup, we'll be installing the Pollak fifth wheel gooseneck T connector, part number PK11893-11932. First, let's go ahead and identity where we'll be mounting our 7-pole. Here on the inside of the bed, just behind the driver side wheel well, is a great location. Now before drilling out the large hole, we'll go ahead and use a smaller bit for a pilot hole, and then double check the location. Next, we'll go ahead and drill it out to the larger size, using our larger hole saw bit as per the instructions. Now with the hole drilled out, we're ready to go ahead and start routing our wire.
Today on our 2005 Dodge Ram Pickup, well be installing the Bargman 5th Wheel Gooseneck 90 Degree Wiring Harness with 7-Pole plug, part number 51-97-411. To begin our install, well first locate in the pickup bed where well be mounting our 7-pole, then using a smaller bit for our pilot hole, once weve located a spot well go ahead and drill our hole. Well go ahead and drill out using the two inch hole saw as recommended per the instructions. Now with the large hole drilled out, well go ahead and feed half of our T-connector through the hole then our other plug followed by the remainder of the wire until our 7-pole mounts flush with the bed. Then using the self-tapping screws provided with our install kit, we can go ahead and secure the 7-pole plug to the bed side. Next well get underneath the vehicle and start routing our wire over to the back of the bumper where the manufacturers wiring meets the bumper. Here at the back of the bumper, well go ahead and disconnect the manufacturers wiring from the back of the 7-pole plug at the bumper.
Today on our 2012 Dodge Ram 3500 dual rear wheel, we'll be installing the Pollak fifth wheel goose neck T-connector with seven pull, part number PK11893-11932. First, we'll go ahead and locate a suitable location for our new seven pull connector. Here, just behind the rear wheel on the driver's side is a common position. Go ahead and locate the area, check underneath to make sure there are no obstructions, and then we'll go ahead and use a small pilot hole and drill it out. This will allow us to again get underneath and double check where the pilot hole location is and correspond it's where our seven pull connector will be. With that done, we can now go ahead and take the hole saw and cut out the larger hole to fit the seven pull connector.
Today on our 2012 Dodge Ram 2500, we are going to be installing the Pollock fifth wheel and gooseneck T-Connector with seven-pole wiring part number PK11893-11932. First, we need to begin by finding a suitable location for our seven-pole in the bed. Just here past the cut out in the bed behind the drivers side wheel well is where we are going to mount our sub pole connector. First step will be drilling a pilot hole. Ill take my eight-inch bit which will be the same as the pilot hole for hole saw that we will need to cut out. Now I can go underneath and check to make sure its not going to run into anything.