Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Wiring Harness Installation - 2009 Ford F-250

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How to Install a Fifth Wheel and Gooseneck Wiring Harness on a 2009 Ford F-250

Today in our 2009 Ford Super Duty, well be installing the Pollak 5th Wheel and Goose Neck T-Connector with 7-Pole part number PK11893-11932. Now to begin our install, well first go ahead and find a location to mount the 7-Pole in the bed. Here on the drivers side between the taillight and the wheel well is a good location. Well go ahead and drill out a pilot hole for our hole saw bed. Once we have the pilot hole made, well take the hole saw and drill a larger hole thats just large enough to fit our 7-Pole Connector into the bed side. Once we have our hole drilled out, well then go ahead and take the wiring harness, feed it from underneath the vehicle , up to the hole we just made and then we can go ahead and take the wires and start installing them in the back of the Connector. Following the color coded chart that can be found on the website, go ahead and start installing the wiring connectors into the back of the black connector.

The largest wire will be the white wire that will go into the largest hole. Its actually considered as the second pin. The first pin just before will be the red wire. Then the third pin will be the blue wire, fourth pin will be the green wire then before we install the fifth pin, well move to the center pin which will be the seventh pin and install the yellow wire. Well go back to the fifth pin, install the black wire and the sixth pin will install the brown wire. Now with all the wires installed, well turn the Connector over and install the blue locking ring.

Now with all our wires locked in position, were ready to make our connection. Quick tech tip, I recommend to install some dielectric grease on this connection point to help prevent corrosion at the connection terminal. Well be using the dielectric grease part number 11755. Now with our dielectric grease installed, well go ahead and put the connector into the back of the 7-Pole, then well press on the gray locking tab to lock it in position. Well go ahead and take the 7-Pole and mount it directly to the bedside using self-tapping screws. Next, well move underneath the vehicle.

Well need to remove the manufacturers 7-Pole Connector from the back of the 7-Pole. To do this, well go ahead and remove the wiring fastener by simply using a trim panel tool or flat blade screwdriver and removing the push pin fastener from the top of the hitch and then press on the two connectors for the 7-Pole, one at the top and one at the bottom. Well work the 7-Pole out of the bracket where we can get to the Connector. First release the gray locking tab which can be difficult so well just work it up with a flat blade screwdriver, then press on the connector lock and over time can become sticky, so using a flat blade screwdriver to help me press down on the connector lock, I remove the connector from the back of the socket. Now with the 7-Pole Connector out of the way, well now take the new harness, feed it over the frame and into the back of the bumper. Well take the T-Connector from the new harness and plug it directly into the manufacturers wiring. Well lock it down with the gray locking tab.

The other end of our connector will get fed back over the hitch to the manufacturers 7-Pole bracket. There we can install some dielectric grease and then plug the connector back into the manufacturers 7-Pole. Well reinstall the 7-Pole back into the bracket and then move behind the bumper where we can secure the wiring as necessary with some black zip tie. Once we have the wiring secure, well cut up the excess from the zip ties to clean up our install look. Now with everything installed and connected, were ready to hit the road. That does it for the install of the Pollak 5th Wheel and Goose Neck T-Connector with 7-Pole connection point part number PK11893-11932 on our 2009 Ford Super Duty. .

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