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Hopkins Tail Light Wiring Harness Installation - 2011 Honda CR-V
Today on our 2011 Honda CRV, we're going to be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Hopkins Custom Taillight Wiring Kit for towed vehicles, part number HM56300. Here's what our kit's going to consist of. We're going to have our T-connectors that will go between the taillights, for the left and the right side. We're also going to have a diode converter. This is going to help cut down on any back feeding that may happen into your vehicle from your RV should there be a short. We'll also have a four pole flat connector that we can wrap to the front of the vehicle to plug into the back of our coach, and a weather tight cap to help seal it up.
Blue Ox Fuse ByPass Switch Installation - 2011 Honda CR-V
Today on our 2011 Honda CRV, we're going to be taking a look at, and showing you how to install the Blue Ox Fuse Bypass Switch for towed vehicles, part number BX88272. Now, this is what your kit's going to consist of. You're going to have this toggle switch. It's going to turn on and off whatever accessory you have on your vehicle for towing it. This is going to make it a lot easier that having to reach under your dash and pull out the fuse every time you want to flat tow your vehicle. Now let's go ahead and show you how to install it. Our first step's going to be to find an area we're going to want to mount our switch in.
Roadmaster Universal Diode Wiring Kit Installation - 2014 Honda CR-V
Today on our 2014 Honda CRV we're going to take a look at and also show you how to install the Roadmaster Universal Hy-Powered Diode Wiring Kit. Part number RM-152. In conjunction with the road master 7-Wire to 6-Wire Flexo-Coil Kit. This is part number RM-146-7. The great thing about a diode is that this is going to prevent backfeeding. Let's say this is our motorhome input, it can only go to the outside. We're not going to have to worry about it looping back around and heading back up this wire.
Roadmaster Diode 7 to 6 Wire Coil Kit Installation - 2014 Honda CR-V
Today on our 2014 Honda CRV we're going to take a look at and also show you how to install the Roadmaster DIODE 7Wire to 6Wire FlexoCoil Wiring Kit, part number RM-15267. The great thing about a diode is that this is going to prevent back feeding. Let's say this is our motor home input, it can only go to the outside. We're not going to have to worry about it looping back around and heading back up this wire; that's called back feeding. Our motor home is not going to back feed to our car, and our car is not going to back feed to the motor home. If we we're to just run a wire back here and connect it, just splice it in, it would operate the lights but there's going to be some weird things happening.
Hopkins Tail Light Wiring Harness Installation - 2009 Honda CR-V
Today on our 2009 Honda CRV, we're going to take a look at and also show you how to install the Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles. Part Number is HM56300. Now, here's what our kit is going to look like when we get it laid out on our table. This is a really nice, pretty easy to install kit. The thing I like about it is that we're going to be plugging our wiring in directly in-between our factory connectors, so we don't have to splice the wires. We don't have to do any modifications to the factory wiring on our vehicle.
Roadmaster FuseMaster Fuse Bypass Installation - 2009 Honda CR-V
Today on our 2009 Honda CR-V, we're going to be showing you how to install the Roadmaster FuseMaster Fuse Bypass. This is the 13"-long version, rated for use with up to a 20-amp fuse, part number is RM76511. Now, this is what our fuse kit's going to look like. This is a really, really easy installation. The need for the FuseMaster is because we have to remove a 7.5 amp fuse located underneath our dashboard. It's not in a really convenient location, so that's where this is going to come into play, and simply by flipping the switch, we're going to turn the power off, going to our fuse, so we're going to stop the circuit.
Roadmaster Tail Light Wiring Kit Installation - 2010 Honda CR-V
Today on our 2010 Honda CR-V, we'll be taking a look at and installing the Roadmaster tail light wiring kit with bulbs, part number RM-155. First thing we'll need to do in our installation of our Roadmaster tail light kit with bulbs is go ahead and open up our rear hatch to gain access to our tail light assemblies. Then, we will remove the caps located here and here on both sides. To remove the tail lights, use a small screwdriver to stick in the slot and pop it out. Once you've popped out both the caps, repeat that same process on the passenger side. Anything we do here on the driver side, as far as the removal and re-installation of the tail lights, is going to be repeated on that passenger side. All right. Now, we're going to remove the two bolts on the inside.
Roadmaster Tow Bar Wiring Kit Installation - 2014 Honda CR-V
On this 2014 Honda CRV we're going to review and install the Road Master universal high power diode wiring kit, part number RM-154. With this part number this is what we get. First off we have our diodes right here in the center. This will actually mix our inputs into the factory wire harness. We also have some butt connectors here to make some wire connections if we need to. We also have a ring terminal here for our ground to go into the sheet metal, typically behind the tail light. We have a length of wire about 30 feet long that will reach from the front of the vehicle to the back of the vehicle. We have a short distance of lumen material to help protect the wires going around corners or when the wire is visible maybe just to hide the colors. Lastly, going between your RV and your towed vehicle, in this case our CRV, will be this extension piece right here that will go between the vehicle and the CRV and of course some zip ties help hold it in place.
Hopkins Tail Light Wiring Harness Installation - 2010 Honda CR-V
All right, today on this 2010 Honda CR-V, we're going to show you the Hopkins Custom Tail Light Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles, part number HM56300. These are the parts that you get with the kit. This is actually a t-connector style electrical harness, so this will fit in between two connection points on your vehicle. In this case, the t-connection with the green wire will go to the passenger side. The one with the yellow will go to the driver side. We'll take a look. This is our diode converter here, and this will take the signals from the RV and send it out to your tail lights.
Roadmaster FuseMaster Fuse Bypass Installation - 2010 Honda CR-V
Today on this 2010 Honda CRV, we're going to show you the RoadMaster FuseMaster fuse bypass, part number RM76511. This is what you get with this part number. You get the actual switch and fuse holder. You get an adapter that'll go into your fuse panel and two new ends that, if you need to, will replace these two ends. Also it has a couple labels as well for your switch. We'll go ahead and cut these wires short and add these terminals to them so we can push them right onto our adapter. Strip the wires back, add our terminal ends to it. We can go ahead and put this onto our adapter, we'll slide this on as far as we can.
Hopkins Tail Light Wiring Kit Installation - 2014 Honda CR-V
All right, today on our 2014 Honda CRV, we're going to install part number HM55999, the Hopkins Universal Taillight Wiring Kit for Towed Vehicles. All right to start off, we need to go ahead and open up the back hatch. Next we'll go ahead and remove the taillights. We need an 8mm socket to remove the hardware. Just those two bolts and then go ahead and rock the light loose from back here and then pull in the direction straight back but you need to work around the prop here and it will come off. You can see the guide right here, this is the guide that just pulls straight off.
Roadmaster FuseMaster Fuse Bypass Installation - 2014 Honda CR-V
Today in our 2014 Honda CRV, well be installing the Roadmaster Fusemaster Bypass part number RM76511. Now for this application, well be removing the number 19 fuse which is also labeled as ACC. The fuse panel is on the drivers side above the kick panel behind the parking brake pedal. Once you locate the 7.5 amp fuse, well go ahead and remove it. Well go ahead and set the older manufacturer fuse aside as well need to go with the taller 7.5 mini fuse.Now before I put the fuse into our fuse holder here on our switch wiring harness, we need to install the pins into the fuse box and install our switch into the dash. First, we can go ahead and remove the wiring harness from the switch.
All right, today on this 2014 Honda CRV, we're going to install part number HM56304. This is a Hopkins Custom Tail Wiring Kit for towed vehicles. All right, our first step is to go ahead and open up the back hatch, and then we have to remove the tail lights. There's two fasteners that we have to remove. We'll use an 8 mm socket on these. Just kind of pull back. Kind of rock it back and forth so it comes loose.
Roadmaster Tail Light Wiring Kit Installation - 2013 Honda CR-V
Today on our 2013 Honda CRV we'll be installing the Roadmaster Taillight Wiring Kit with bulbs, part number RM-155. First thing we need to do is get our vehicle ready. To do that we need to remove the taillights. We'll start off by opening up the back hatch where there are two Phillips head fasteners that we need to remove. We'll take our taillight and pull it this way until we can work it loose. Then there's a guide here that makes you pull it backward. Now we can go ahead and remove our taillight from the vehicle.
Roadmaster FuseMaster Fuse Bypass Installation - 2013 Honda CR-V
Today, on our 2013 Honda CRV were going to install part number RM76511. This is the Roadmaster-Fusemaster fuse bypass. What this does is bypasses the cars mini fuse, so you can tow your vehicle without draining the battery. This is the part were going to install. We need to find a good location where its easy to access. In this case, were going to install in a pocket along the back wall.