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Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2004 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2004 Toyota Highlander, we'll be installing the Tow Ready T1 Vehicle Wiring Harness with four pulse lat trailer connector, part number 118413. To begin with, we'll go ahead and raise the rear hatch of the vehicle. You'll notice two small doors, or panels on the inside of the vehicle. One on each side. We'll need to remove each of these panels to gain access to the tail light wiring assembly. Now let's set out our T1 Vehicle Wiring Harness to go over what parts are included.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2013 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2013 Toyota Highlander we'll be installing the Tow Ready T1 vehicle wiring harness with four pole flange connector, part number 118449. To begin our install we're going to start in the drivers side kick panel located underneath the dash board. Attached to the manufacturers wiring harness will be a white connector that will match the white connector for our Tow Ready harness and converter box. Now that we've located the connector we'll need to remove the threshold and drivers side kick panel so we can store the converter box and wiring. To remove the threshold we'll use a flat blade screwdriver or interior trim panel tool to gentle pry the panel up and release the fasteners underneath. Next we'll go ahead and repeat the same process with our kick panel only we have one plastic cap nut to remove also.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2005 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2005 Toyota Highlander we'll be installing the Tow-Ready T1 vehicle wiring harness, part number 118413. First we'll need to go ahead and remove the access panels on both sides. We'll go ahead and sit those aside. Then we'll remove the center cargo tray. Now on most applications they'll be push pin fasteners that will need to be removed, however for this application they're missing. We'll go ahead and remove the center cargo tray.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2006 Toyota Highlander
Today, on our 2006 Toyota Highlander, we'll be installing the Tow Ready T-OneVehicle Wiring Harness with 4 Pole Trailer Connector, part number 118413.First, before we install our Tow Ready harness, we'll need to access themanufacturers wiring. So, we'll start by opening up the rear cargo door and removingthe rear cargo mat. Then we'll remove the corner covers for the rear storagecompartments and lift up the center compartment. Now, we'll remove the two pushpinfasteners, securing the center section in place. Here we'll be using an interior trimpanel tool, but you can also use a flat bladed screwdriver. Now, with the two fastenersremoved, we'll go ahead and pull the tray up out of the way and set it aside forreinstallation later.
Today on this 2006 Toyota Highlander, we're going to install part number 118248from Tow Ready. The first step is to go ahead and remove the interior panels to get toour wiring harness. We'll have to remove the access panels, the threshold, and trunk floorpanels and trays. We'll go ahead and locate the port on the driver's side. Somevehicles have a cap. We'll remove the cap if necessary, and then we'll go ahead andinstall the T1 wiring harness.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2012 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2012 Toyota Highlander, we'll be installing the Tow Ready T1 connector, part number 118449. Our first step is going to be installing the converter box on the driver's side up underneath the dash. You'll locate the manufacturer's 10-pin plug which identically matched the Tow Ready plug that goes to our converter box and plug into the manufacturer's plug. Next, we'll go ahead and peel back the two-way adhesive when we mount our converter box. We'll be mounting to a clean flat piece of sheet metal. You look up underneath the dash on the driver's side, you can locate a flat area to attach to.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2003 Toyota Highlander
Today on our 2003 Toyota Highlander, well be installing Tow Ready T-1 connector, part 118413. To begin our installation, well need remove the rear cargo cover, the spare tire cover, inside compartment cover; well also remove the panels behind the taillights. With all of our interior removed from the vehicle, well now have access to our wiring. Well need to unplug the harness at the connector just behind the taillight. With the connector unplugged, well feed the brown and yellow wire from our T-1 connector up behind the body panel to our taillight assembly. We can then connect the factory harness into one side of our T-1 connector and the other side well plug in to the taillight.
Today we are working on a 2004 Toyota Highlander. Were going to install a Tow Ready T-One connector part number 118248. Our first step is to access the rear cargo area of the vehicle. Were going to open up the storage compartment with the spare tire tool tray, and the drivers side cargo tray. We have a push pin plastic fastener on each side that will have to be removed, and go ahead and set it out of our way. Now I am going to go ahead and remove the rear threshold so I can get the drivers side cargo tray out.
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2011 Toyota Highlander
Today on this 2011 Toyota Highlander we are going to install part number 118449 from Tow Ready. This kit comes with a few different pieces. It comes with a fuse that goes into the fuse holder underneath the hood. The module itself actually gets plugged underneath the dash of the vehicle. The 4-pole flat is actually plugged into a port that is at the rear of the vehicle. So we will start at the front and work our way back. The first thing we need to do is go ahead and get underneath the dash and we will go ahead and plug in the module in to its port. OK, this is the module itself. And this is the part that gets plugged in to the port underneath the dash. In this particular case, it is pretty easy to find. It stands right out. Just kind of pull it down a little bit and plug in to it. Now we will take our module box. It has an adhesive back to it. It will actually mount to this component above it in a nice, flat spot. 0:55
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2010 Toyota Highlander
Today on this 2010 Toyota Highlander we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118449. The first thing I want to point out about our harness is that it comes in two separate pieces. We have got the first section which has an in line fuse in the modulite box as well as the port to plug in the vehicle. This is going to plug in underneath the dash on the driver side of the vehicle. The second part of the harness plugs into the rear of the vehicle inside the rear cargo compartment and that will finalize the tow package for us. We are going to start here inside the vehicle up underneath the dash and plug our first part of the harness in place. The port is located underneath the dash just left of the brake pedal taped to the main wiring harness. All we need to do in here is plug it in line and then we see on the back side of the modulite box we have got double sided tape. We want to find a good spot up in here and adhere the box to it. 00:54
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2008 Toyota Highlander
Today on this 2008 Toyota Highlander we will be installing the wiring harness part number 118449. The first thing I want to point out with this wiring harness before we get started is that it does come in two pieces. The larger piece with the larger 10 pin port is going to plug in underneath the dash on the interior of the vehicle. The second part which contains our 4-pole end is going to plug in at the rear back in our cargo area. We are going to start off by plugging the larger section in underneath the dash first. The port underneath the dash is located just left of the brake pedal attached to the main wiring harness lead right there. Now that we have the port located we can plug our harness in line and then we want to take the modulite box and we need to adhere it to a surface underneath the dash. We have got double sided tape on the back side so we can just peel that away and just find a place to adhere it. 00:54
Trailer Wiring Harness Installation- 2009 Toyota Highlander
Today we are going to be installing wiring harness 118449 on a 2009 Toyota Highlander. The first thing I want to note is once you take the harness out of the package you will have two individual pieces for the harness. The larger portion will be the harness and white plug modulite box that we are going to plug in under the dash on the left side of the brake pedal. The second part is actually going to plug in back in the rear cargo area on the right hand side underneath the paneling. We are going to hook up the larger portion first. Again we will be under the dash if you look under there just left of the brake pedal you can see a big ten pin white plug that we will plug this into. :49
Today we are going to do an install of part number 118248 the T One connector from Tow Ready. It will be installed on our 2006 Toyota Highlander. To get to our access point which is about down here and underneath this panel. So we will have to roll back the carpeting and pull up the tray and gain access that way. Once you get everything out of the way it is pretty clear that this is the plug right here for the harness. So our T connector can plug right into here. Then our ground wire will actually mount to this ground bolt right here. We took our ground bolt out and we will simply install our ground wire here and run it back through there and install it. Next we will install the module box itself using the self adhesive tape that is on the backside of the connector.
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