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Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2014 Acura MDX
Today on this 2014 Acura MDX, we're going to install part number 118628 from Tow Ready. This is a T-One vehicle wiring harness with a four-pole flat trailer connector. All right. The wiring harness we're going to install inside the vehicle. We'll go underneath the floor covering here and then this cover we have to pull up and out of the way, and this is our spare tire area and off to the left hand side here, we'll install our wiring harness. Using a flat screwdriver, we'll go ahead and pop open this lid. This is the socket where our wiring harness will plug into. We're going to take our plug here for our wiring harness and we're going to route it on the inside plastic and over here. Make sure we keep our white inaudible 00:01:00 ring terminal pulled to the outside because we'll ground that using a factory ground in a few moments. OK.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2011 Acura MDX
Today, on our 2011 Acura MBX we'll be installing the Curt T-connector vehicle wiring harness with 4-pole flat trailer connector, part number C56038. We'll go ahead and begin here at the rear of the vehicle. We'll raise the rear hatch up. We need to remove this little access door right here on the driver side. Right there is the location that we'll be plugging our wiring harness into. Next, we're going to go ahead and lift this cover here off in the rear cargo area. We'll then go ahead and pull up our rear threshold piece and set that aside as well. Next, we're going to go ahead and attach our 2-sided tape here to the back side of our converter box. Next. We're going to go ahead and take our plug here and go ahead and set the door off here and make things a little easier.
Today, on our 2011 acura mdx, we're going to be installing the draw type T1 vehicle wiring harness, with full pull 00:00:07 flat trailer connector. Part number 118424. We're going to 1st begin here by raising the rear hatch of the vehicle. Next we'll go ahead and lift this cover here, set it up out of the way. We'll then go ahead and remove the jack here, so we got to take the cover out 1st. Next, we'll need to go ahead and remove the rear threshold here at the rear of the vehicle. You simply lift up gently, we've got to pull out from the tabs.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2010 Acura MDX
Today, on our 2010 Acura MDX, we will be installing the Curt Wiring Harness, Part Number C56038. First thing we'll start with is opening up the hatch and gaining access to the back of the vehicle. We'll want to go ahead and move this weather cover out of the way, and get into our storage compartment. With that out of the way, we'll pop this threshold trim off. Remove the jack cover. Remove this cover, right here, which houses a lot of our electrical connections. It just takes a screw driver, and pop the top off, and slides up and out.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2005 Acura MDX
Today, on our 2005 Acura MDX, well be installing the Tow Ready T-One Vehicle Wiring Harness with 4-Pole Flat Connector, Part Number 118336.To begin our install, well first open up the rear hatch door and then the rear cargo compartment. Next, well need to remove the two push pin fasteners and secure the rear threshold. Using a flat blade screwdriver or an interior trim panel tool, well get underneath the fastener and just pry it out removing it from its position.Well go ahead and take our trim panel tool or flat blade screwdriver and underneath the threshold and release the fasteners underneath. Once we release these fasteners, well go ahead and pull up on the threshold and remove it.Now, with the threshold out of the way, we can see the manufacturers tool port. To access the tool port, well press on the locking tab and remove it from the cap. Next we can go ahead and remove the cap from its push pin fastened position.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2012 Acura MDX
Today, on this 2012 Acura MDX were going to install part number 118424 from Tow Ready.To start off our install were going to open up the vehicles tailgate. On our driver side, well remove the access door. Then, well remove the thresh hold, then the jack storage door. Then, well pull back on the liner on the floor. Well route the T1 connector underneath the carpet and into the block.Now, our T1 harness will plug into the junction box right here. Next, we will locate the ground screw, back by our thresh hold.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2007 Acura MDX
Today in this 2007 Acura MDX, we're going to install a Tow Ready T-One Connector, product number 118424. First, we need to access the rear cargo area of the vehicle then we're going to need to remove the threshold, the jack storage compartment, and the side panel access door. When we get underneath the threshold and gently pry it free from its fasteners into the sheet metal. The closer you can get your pry tool to the actual fasteners, the easier it will be. With my threshold loose, I'm going to go ahead and set it aside. Now, I've got two screws here at the hinge point from the door.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2003 Acura MDX
On this 2003 Acura MDX we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118336. We are in the cargo area of our MDX. We want to go ahead and locate the port that we are going to be plugging our wiring harness into. The wiring harness located inside of the cargo area here is actually right beneath this metal threshold piece here. So, we need to remove a few things to gain access to it. We are going to start by doing that. Next we will remove the middle threshold piece. If you come to the forward side of the threshold piece here, you will see that there are two black push pins that are holding it on this facing. So to remove those, we are going to be using a basic rivet removal tool. And what you are going to want to do is just slide it under the outer ring of the fastener. You take and just pop that right out. And then you will want to move to the topside of the threshold piece and there again are unexposed fasteners just like those that were on the front facing. So we will take the same rivet tool and go ahead and pry it underneath there and pop those out as well. 0:58
Today on this 2010 Acura MDX we are going to install part number 118424. The first thing we need to do is open up the back tail gate to get to the interior components of the vehicle, because we have to remove a few panels. First off we are going to open up this hatch right here and remove it. Then we will take out the cover for our jack storage compartment. Then we will remove our threshold right here . The reason we are moving all these pieces is because we need access to run our wires from the court, out to where we can use it. :27
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2004 Acura MDX
Today on this 2004 Acura MDX we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118336. We are in the rear cargo area of the MDX and we want to locate the port that we are going to plugging our wiring harness into. It is located right behind the rear threshold almost on the driver side. To gain access to it we are going to remove a few things. We need to first remove the floor covering. Remove the two headrests as well. Next the rear threshold piece needs to come off. There are two inside fasteners that are holding it into position and to remove those I am just going to use a rivet removal tool. Get that in there and just pull it away. If you do not have one of these you can just use a flat head screw driver. 00:38
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