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Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2013 Ford Explorer
All right, today in this 2013 Ford Explorer, were going to install part number C56093 from Curt. First thing we need to do is open up the back hatch and get access to our wiring. To do that, were going to have to remove the threshold in the back. Well start off by prying the threshold up closest to the door to loosen up the fasteners there. We use a trim pan tool to help get everything loosened up and started then we can go ahead and remove it from the car. Then, therell be two fasteners, one on each side of the threshold that we have to work loose as well. There's a small cover, right where our seatbelt goes in towards the floor, but go ahead and remove it, but pop out the bottom edge first, and push down the edge closest to the side.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2011 Ford Explorer
Today, on our 2011, Ford Explorer, well be installing the CURT T-Connector vehicle wiring harness for 4-pole flat trailer connector, part number C56172. To begin with, well need to go underneath the rear passenger side of the vehicle. Well be using the black connector. Well need to first begin by squeezing the locking tab on the existing factory wiring harness plug. Once the tab is squeezed, well gently pull the plug apart. You can see inside how the factory wiring harness lines up with the pins of our new T-Connector.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 1994 Ford Explorer
Today on this 1994 Ford Explorer we're going to install part number 118324 from Tow-Ready. First thing we need to do is go ahead and open the back hatch and get inside the vehicle. Now we're going to need access to the jack storage compartment. We'll remove the panel and then we'll go ahead and remove the jack itself. Next we're going to go ahead and remove the tail light. There's two screws on top we'll have to remove so that we can get access tot he grommet that's on the inside because eventually we're going to run our wire to the outside.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2012 Ford Explorer
Today on our 2012 Ford Explorer, we'll be installing the Tow Ready T1 Connector, part number 118540. First, we'll go ahead and identify the connector. It's on the passenger's side next to the muffler. Then we can go ahead and press on the locking tab of the connector and separate the two connection points. Now, if we take our Tow Ready T1 connector, you'll notice that the connectors match identically to the manufacturers and we can plug in line with the manufacturer's wiring. With that completed, we'll now run the 4-pole over to the center of the vehicle and down to the hitch.
Trailer Wiring Harness Adapter Installation - 2011 Ford Explorer
Today on our 2011 Ford Explorer, were going to add the Hopkins 7-pole connector part number 37185. To do this, well also use the Tow-Ready bracket part number 18136. Our vehicle is already equipped with a 4-pole connection. Well go ahead and assemble our 7-pole bracket and then add our Tow-Ready bracket so that we can mount it to our hitch. The install kit comes with both the bracket and the hardware. Were going to install all four fasteners and nuts.
Today we are working on the 2011 Ford Explorer. We are going to install the tow ready T-One connector part number 118540. First step is to locate the manufacturers connection point on the passenger side of both of the exhausts inside the fender well. Then were going to press the locking tab and disconnect the two connection points. Now we can take our tow ready connector which will have identical plugs on either end matching the manufacturers. And we will plug it in line with the manufactures wiring.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation- 2000 Ford Explorer
Today we are working on a 2000 Ford Explorer. We will be installing Tow Ready T-One Connector part number 118241. With this particular application, the simple plug in place style. We will locate the vehicle tow connector, brand new out of the factory. There will be a plug on this that will need to be removed first. With our application, the plug has already been removed. We can simply take our new Tow Ready Connector and see that it matches up with the manufacturer plug and connect them together. We are now ready to route our 4 pole connector. 0:31
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 1996 Ford Explorer
Today we are going to install part number 118241 from Tow Ready on our 1996 Ford Explorer. This one has a tow package on the vehicle and we will show you how to identify it. On our 1996 model here we have the actual tow package is located right here. It is pretty handy it basically plugs in and you are ready to go. However some other models it could be under one of the tail lights. It should be on either the left or right side. On those models they usually have the plug sometimes on both sides. One of them is active and one of them is not. This is about here sometimes you will find this plug also it could be here or it could be on the driver side. Simply plug it in then route the harness the way you want on the way to the opposite side. We will use zip ties to hold everything in place. There you have it for part number 118241 from Tow Ready. Install on our 1996 Ford Explorer.
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