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Make installing a trailer wiring harness on your Ford F-150 as easy as possible with a custom fit wiring harness from Draw-Tite, Curt, Pollak, Tow Ready, Bosal, or Hopkins. A custom kit will eliminate or reduce the need to cut and splice wires in your Ford F-150 while helping to protect sensitive electronics.
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Tow Ready Tow Package Wiring Harness Installation - 2002 Ford F-150
Today, our 2002 Ford F150 SuperCrew Cab, we're going to install part number 118242. This is a Ford replacement OEM tow-package wiring harness. Now, what this will do, it will upgrade your preexisting 4-pole harness on tow package up to a 7-pole. Now, our new upgrade harness will actually work with a factory 4-pole wire harness. In this case we don't have our 4-pole anymore, so that's why we're upgrade. Our connection point is right here on the frame rail on the driver's side.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2004 Ford F-150
All right. Today on this 2004 Ford F150 were going to install part number 118247. First thing we need to do is go ahead and unload our spare tire and get it out of our way. This way we have access to the wiring connection we need. Now, the wiring connection were looking for is going to be on the drivers side frame rail pointed out here, and well go ahead and disconnect it. Well push down on the tab and pull it apart.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 1994 Ford F150
Today we are going to install part number 118316 from Tow Ready, and this is a T-1 connector we are going to install on a 1994 Ford pickup. This is the point in the harness that we need to split apart and attach our T connector. It is right behind the bumper on the drivers side. There is a little button you push down. It is kind of hard to see on the end. You push it down and it comes apart. And you just reinstall the T connector in the middle of it and then make sure you clip it back together. And it might be a good idea to go ahead and use a zip tie to tie it off somewhere, and that is pretty much all there is to it. Just route your 4-pole wire where you want it along the frame and out by the hitch. Just zip tie it to secure it to the frame and keep it from bouncing around. Then we can route our wire out to the hitch. We will just put it by the chain loop here.
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