Bargman Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Wiring Harness Installation - 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty

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How to Install the Bargman Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Wiring Harness on a 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty

Speaker 1: Today on our 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty, you're gonna be taking a look at, and I'm gonna show you how to install the Bardhaman Gooseneck 90 Degree Wiring Harness for Aluminum Truck Beds, part number 50-97-410-010.This is gonna allow you to run a plug from your gooseneck or fifth wheel in the back of your vehicle to the bed of your truck without having that wire hang over top of your tailgate and run that to your bumper. Gives it a nice, clean look. Everything stays in the back of the truck.This can provide you with the necessary function you're going to need to pull your gooseneck or fifth wheel. It's gonna have a nice cap, spring-loaded cap that's gonna help keep any moisture from getting into the connections. It's gonna mount to existing wiring on the vehicle or to an existing 7 volt plug you have on the back of your bumper.Because Ford's have aluminum beds, the four self-tapping screws that come in your kit are also gonna be aluminum. It's gonna help prevent corrosion when metal to metal contact is made.

The base here is gonna be constructed of a nice, durable, weather-resistant plastic. So it's gonna hold up through many different conditions. It's gonna have a little tab here that's gonna help make lifting the lid when you're plugging in your wiring that much easier. It's also gonna come up with the necessary hardware to get it installed.You can see this is nice and flush up against the wall so it's not gonna take up any room in the bed of the truck. You're not gonna worry about hitting it or banging it.

First thing we're gonna do to start installation is you need to determine exactly where you want to put it. Typically, you find a flat spot on the side of the bed, driver's side and we're gonna mount our plug there. What you gotta make sure is sometimes on these Fords, the outside wall, the fender in the inside, there's a small . there's not a big gap there. So you gotta make sure when you're drilling the hole, that you don't go all the way through to the outside of the vehicle.So we're gonna start with a pilot hole and we're gonna take a 2 and an 1/8 inch pole saw and finish drilling out the hole, just like that.

Now I'm gonna clean up my edges. You can use just a regular file. I'm gonna use a grinding bit, works well too if you have one. What I want to do is that bare metal, I want to spray it. You can either spray clear coat.

Because we have a black spray-in bed liner, I'm gonna spray it with black paint. This is gonna help keep it from corroding and we'll take the two ends of our wiring harness, put one in, feed them down to the bottom of the truck and it does come with a spacer. When you put it in, you can see we have enough room because this is all one piece, we're gonna be able to mount that up against there.Next, we're gonna take the 5/16 socket and our self-tapping screw that comes in our kit, go ahead and mounted our plug to your sidewall. And we'll do the same process for the bottom two.Next thing we're gonna do is we need to move our factory 7 watt plug. Push in on this tab and pull out. Now I've already gone ahead and taken down the spare tire just to make it a little bit easier for video purposes. It's not necessary. The spare tire shouldn't get in the way of doing that. Again, it just made it easier. My wire that came down from the side of my bed, I'm gonna go up over the top of my frame and I'm gonna feed it right through here just like this and that way I don't have to worry about my spare tire hitting it.We're gonna take some dialectic grease and I'm gonna put it on my connections. It will help keep it from corroding. Start this one here and we're just gonna match our plugs together. This is a factory wiring. I'm just gonna push it together to give it a little tug to make sure it's gonna stay together. Push 'em together until they click, a little tug to make sure it's gonna stay together. Now we can bundle up the rest of our wire, zip tie it up so it's out of the way.Just make sure you stay away from anything hot or moving. Now we'll test out our wiring using an alternate power source. Left turn, right turn, brake lights, running lights.That'll do it for a look at and installation on the Bardhaman Fifth Wheel Gooseneck 90 Degree Wiring Harness for Aluminum Truck Beds, part number 50-97-410-010 on our 2017 Ford F-250 Super Duty.

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