Today on this 2010 Subaru Forester we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118467. We are in the rear cargo area of the Forester and we want to locate the port that we are going to be plugging our wiring harness into. This port is located underneath the cargo floor over on the driver side of the vehicle. We are going to need to remove a few pieces before we can get started. We obviously need to remove the covering not only in the center section but on the driver side as well. Then we need to remove the styrofoam storage bin on both the center and driver side sections as well. For the driver side compartment there is actually two push pins that are holding it into position. 00:29
If you pull that out of the way, attached to this wiring harness is our plug in that we are going to be attaching our wiring harness into. What we can do is next take our wiring harness and plug it in line and make sure your 10 amp fuse is in place. We next take the modulite box and you can see we have got double sided tape on the back of it. We want to adhere that to the inside of the vehicle. If you actually follow back here behind the interior panel there is a off there and that is a good spot to mount our modulite box. It is a good idea to clean that area off before you attempt to adhere the box to the vehicle. 01:01
The 4-pole end of the harness is intended to stay inside the vehicle when not in use. So we are actually going to feed it out the side area which will be in between the interior panel and the styrofoam compartment once we get everything reinstalled. Just set that off to the side here. I am going to take the provided zip ties that are included with our kit and tie all of our loose wires to this main harness. Next we can start reinstalling our interior. You can see with our interior reinstalled our harness sits nicely over to the side. When we want to use it again we just want to pull it out the rear cargo door of the vehicle. You can close the cargo door on it and not have to worry about it being pinched. The weather stripping will prevent that from happening. This will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118467.
Today on our 2003 Subaru Forester we're going to install the Hopkins 4-Pole Wiring Kit, part number 33855. First we'll need to access the rear cargo area. Then we're going to open up the access to the spare tire. Alright, next on the passenger's side we're going to go ahead and remove the spare tire tools and there's a fastener here to remove this panel. This exposes us to the rear trailer connector that we're looking for. So this application is being wrapped in blue tape.
Today on our 2003 Subaru Forester we're going to install the Tow Ready T1 Connector, part number 118461. First we'll need to access the rear cargo area. Then we're gonna open up the access to the spare tire. Alright, next on the passenger's side we're gonna go ahead and remove the spare tire tools and there's a fastener here to remove this panel. This exposes us to the rear trailer connector that we're looking for. So this application is been wrapped in blue tape.
Today working on a 2011 Subaru Forester, were going to install a Tow-Ready T-One Connector part# 118467. Go ahead and remove the cargo cover, were going to remove the center foam tray and the driver's side foam tray to access the wiring underneath. And you see it gives us access to the manufacturer's trailer wiring. Now we can take our new Tow-Ready Connector and plug it into the manufacturers connection port. With our port connected we need to mount our converter box, we'll peel back the cover of the two-side adhesive and mount it to the sheet metal. Were mounting it to the sheet metal make sure you've got a good flat clean surface.
Today on this 2009 Subaru Forester we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118467. We are at the rear of the vehicle and the port that we are going to need to plug our wiring harness into is located inside the cargo area underneath the floor board over here on the driver side of the vehicle. We are going to need to remove quite a few pieces to gain access to the port. The driver side styrofoam has a few retaining fasteners holding it in to position. To remove those you can either use a flat headed screwdriver or you could use a rivet removal tool. 00:33
Okay, today on our 2009 Subaru Forester we are going to install part number 118467 from Tow Ready. Okay, the first thing we need to do when we install our wire harness is get down to the spare tire area, so we are going to take off this mat here get it out of our way. Take out the foam s. We will take this out of our way, and we will remove the net. Okay, and then this foam section here also has to come out. :31