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Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2014 Jeep Cherokee
Today on our 2014 Jeep Cherokee, well be installing the tow-ready T-One Vehicle Wiring Harness with four-pole connector part number 118605. Now, to begin our install, well first go ahead and open up the rear cargo door. Then, well remove the spare tire wheel cover. Then well remove the cargo hooks here at the threshold. To remove them, well have the first pop-up plastic cap and then remove the Torx bit screw underneath. Now with those removed, we can remove the rear threshold by gently prying up on the threshold and releasing the fasteners underneath. Well set the threshold aside. Next, well remove the plastic surround in the spare tire wheel.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2000 Jeep Cherokee
Today on its 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport well be installing part number 118354 from Tow Ready. T-one Harness install inside the vehicle sort of back catch and get access to the Wire Harness. All right a wire harness is behind this panel right here. The normal is spare tire align this is the spare tire not here. So were going to remove the threshold so that way we can have room to remove panel here on the side.Our T-One connects on fit in between these two pieces. So, lets go ahead and disconnect them.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 1997 Jeep Cherokee
Today on this 1997 Jeep Cherokee we are going to install part number 118354 from Tow Ready. This T connector fits inside the vehicle on the driver side behind the tail light so what we need to do is get inside the vehicle to remove the spare tire and some interior panels. Now remove the fasteners for the spare tire bracket. Next we will remove the threshold panel. Now we need to remove the fasteners for this panel here. You do not have to take the whole panel loose but just for clarity we took it off. This is the connector right here that we have to disconnect and put our T connector into. It helps to pull this out a little bit to make easier working room. Push down this tab right here and it comes right apart and the T connector plugs right in between. Take everything and tuck it back into place. 01:42
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