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Make installing a trailer wiring harness on your Honda Pilot 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 Honda Pilot while helping to protect sensitive electronics.
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Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2011 Honda Pilot
Today on our 2011 Honda Pilot well be installing the Curt T-Connector Vehicle Wiring Harness for Factory Tow Package 7-Way Trailer Connector part number 56097. To begin with well need to open up the rear hatch of the vehicle. Youll notice on the drivers side rear theres a hatch that well need to open up. Inside that theres another cover panel that well need to remove to gain access to our wiring harness. The connection that well be making is located here. Its got a small section of blue tape holding it in place.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2006 Honda Pilot
Today on this 2006 Honda Pilot, we're going to install part number 118336, tow ready. The first thing we need to do is get inside the vehicle. We'll open up the back hatch, and then we'll remove the entire floor covering. We'll remove the lid and these complex hinges to give us a little easier working room. Next, we'll go ahead and remove our threshold. Sometimes you may need a tool to pry this up with, but in this case it came up relatively easy.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2007 Honda Pilot
Today on this 2007 Honda Pilot were going to be installing Tow-ready T-One 4-Pole Harness part# 118336. Where the back of our Pilot and we need flip up this storage compartment down here. Once we've done that we can begin removing this trim panel along a threshold. Over towards a driver sides near this latch were going to peel back the trim panel just a bit until we find this harness. Take a pry tool and it's just secured with little Christmas tree plastic pin, were just going to popped that out of the body and this what were going to use to connect our T-One harness. You go ahead and separate from the clip, we'll take our harness and snap it in this connector and make sure it's seeded all the way.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation- 2010 Honda Pilot
Today on this 2010 Honda Pilot we will be installing wiring harness part number 118491. The harness itself is located behind the driver side rear bumper, almost right above the exhaust. First we will disconnect it from the clip that is holding it in place. We will pull it out and remove the cover to the plug itself. At this point we are going to install the wire harness that plugs into it. It just snaps back in. Then we are going to route this over to our hitch, make sure we stay away from the exhaust and we will be okay. :28
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2004 Honda Pilot
Today we are going to install part number 43105 from Hoppy, and we are going to install this on a 2004 Honda Pilot. A wiring connector is hidden behind this plastic piece right here in the threshold, so what we have got to do is get behind this, take it up, and then get between here and the bucket that is behind here, and that is where the connector lies. Pulling back the bucket here, you can see where our wiring connector is hidden. We will loosen that up and install our harness under that port.
Today we are going to show you part number 118336 from Tow Ready and we are going to install it on a 2007 Honda Pilot. To begin our install we have to gain access to the inside of the vehicle and take off the rear threshold. That port we need to get to is underneath the threshold. A little bit towards the center but closer to the driver side. Next this threshold panel needs to come off also. They actually come off pretty easy. On this tray here we push back a little bit and we can see the port right here. Once we have gone ahead and plugged it in we will stick our little converter box on right here. There is just enough room. We can stick it against the wall and keep it out of harms way. We can tuck these wires back in there. You can either run the wires back out through this hole or sometimes there is a crack in this little hole you can run it through also.
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