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Wao man this is cool....you should watch this
28 Feb 2007
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Created by Vancouver Film School student Ross Klettke through the VFS Classical Animation program.
30 Oct 2009
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This video shows you how to make Chainmail armor! Make a full suit and wear it around the neighborhood! Let us know if you try it out! Tip: Remove the flags on the wire to make more rings.
4 Feb 2008
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On August 7th 1974, a young Frenchman named Philippe Petit stepped out on a wire illegally rigged between New York's twin towers, then the world’s tallest buildings. After nearly an hour dancing on the wire, he was arrested, taken for psychological evaluation, and brought to jail before he was finally released. Following six and a half years of dreaming of the towers, Petit spent eight months in New York City planning the execution of the coup. Aided by a team of friends and accomplices, Petit was faced with numerous extraordinary challenges: he had to find a way to bypass the WTC’s security; smuggle the heavy steel cable and rigging equipment into the towers; pass the wire between the two rooftops; anchor the wire and tension it to withstand the winds and the swaying of the buildings. The rigging was done by night in complete secrecy. At 7:15 AM, Philippe took his first step on the high wire 1,350 feet above the sidewalks of Manhattan… James Marsh’s documentary brings Petit’s extraordinary adventure to life through the testimony of Philippe himself, and some of the co-conspirators who helped him create the unique and magnificent spectacle that became known as “the artistic crime of the century.”
22 Jul 2008
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On August 7th 1974, a young Frenchman named Philippe Petit stepped out on a wire illegally rigged between New York’s twin towers, then the world’s tallest buildings. After nearly an hour dancing on the wire, he was arrested, taken for psychological evaluation, and brought to jail before he was finally released. James Marsh’s documentary brings Petit’s extraordinary adventure to life through the testimony of Philippe himself, and some of the co-conspirators who helped him create the unique and magnificent spectacle that became known as “the artistic crime of th # Genre:Documentary # Director:James Marsh # Cast:Phillipe Petit
22 Aug 2008
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The Classic Novel by the Award-Winning Author of Go Tell It On the Mountain that Captures the Vibrancy of a Circle of Bohemian Friends in '50s New York. ___________________________________ The first unabridged recording of this essential work DESCRIPTION Published in 1962, this is an emotionally intense novel of love, hatred, race and liberal America in the 1960s. Set in Greenwich Village, Harlem, and France, Another Country tells the story of the suicide of jazz-musician Rufus Scott and the friends who search for an understanding of his life and death, discovering uncomfortable truths about themselves along the way. AUTHOR INFORMATION James Baldwin (1924–1987) was educated in New York. He is the author of more than twenty works of fiction and nonfiction, including Go Tell It on the Mountain, Notes of a Native Son, Another Country, and Blues for Mister Charlie. He has received many awards including the Eugene F. Saxon Memorial Trust Award, a Rosenwald Fellowship, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Partisan Review Fellowship, and a Ford Foundation grant. He was made a Commander of the Legion of Honor in 1986. NARRATOR INFORMATION Veteran actor and narrator Dion Graham who appeared on The Wire on HBO and narrated The First 48 on A&E, as well as various projects for the BBC and PBS. He has performed on and Off-Broadway, internationally, in films and in several hit television series. “An almost unbearable, tumultuous, blood-pounding experience.” —THE WASHINGTON POST
4 Feb 2009
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The Classic Novel by the Award-Winning Author of Go Tell It On the Mountain that Captures the Vibrancy of a Circle of Bohemian Friends in '50s New York. The first unabridged recording of this essential work DESCRIPTION Published in 1962, this is an emotionally intense novel of love, hatred, race and liberal America in the 1950s. Set in Greenwich Village, Harlem, and France, Another Country tells the story of the suicide of jazz-musician Rufus Scott and the friends who search for an understanding of his life and death, discovering uncomfortable truths about themselves along the way. AUTHOR INFORMATION James Baldwin (1924–1987) was educated in New York. He is the author of more than twenty works of fiction and nonfiction, including Go Tell It on the Mountain, Notes of a Native Son, Another Country, and Blues for Mister Charlie. He has received many awards including the Eugene F. Saxon Memorial Trust Award, a Rosenwald Fellowship, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Partisan Review Fellowship, and a Ford Foundation grant. He was made a Commander of the Legion of Honor in 1986. NARRATOR INFORMATION Veteran actor and narrator Dion Graham who appeared on The Wire on HBO and narrated The First 48 on A&E, as well as various projects for the BBC and PBS. He has performed on and Off-Broadway, internationally, in films and in several hit television series. “An almost unbearable, tumultuous, blood-pounding experience.” —THE WASHINGTON POST
4 Feb 2009
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*******www.musicaltales****/helena Fantasy Novel [audio book online] This is the very unique fiction audio book of music composer Stephane Meer. It is a sort of free online manga with a strong music background and lots of pictures of dragons, wolves and fantasy characters. HELENA and the orchestra of the world of mist for Héléne Grimaud On the village street leading away from the school, Sohane and Costia walked together. Helena was on the way home, and Sohane was going to join her horse, “Fire”, who was pastured in a field belonging to Costia’s father. “If you want to know if the electricity works, put your tongue on the wire, and if you turn blue, you know it works.”, Costia said amusingly; “Your jokes are a little tiring”, Sohane answered. Aren’t you ever going to grow up?” Costia took the insult in sulky silence. “Helena, how’s your grandfather holding up?, Sohane asked. “He’s okay I guess, but he hardly says a word. He’s like in a state of shock since my parents disappeared. I think he uses all his strength calling people, trying to speed up the search, waiting for them to come back, reacting to the slightest noise, and all that doesn’t leave him with much energy for anything else.” “Still no word from the police, I guess.” “No. They don’t understand it. There’s no sign, no clue that they were kidnapped, and no motive either. They’re starting to wonder if my folks just took off, and that maybe we’re making everything else up. Since I’m a minor, they didn’t have the right to abandon me, but they could have given my grandfather custody of me. I’m just saying what the police think, because I know that that’s impossible. I spoke to them the night before. I went to bed, and during the night, I heard shouting. I went downstairs, and they were gone. All their stuff was still in the house. They couldn’t have left on their own like that. It’s absolutely impossible”, Helena said in total frustration. “I know exactly how you feel. I know your folks. Everyone around here likes them. I’m sure they had some kind of a problem and they can’t get home. There’s got to be an explanation, and things are bound to work out. Anyway, just remember that your parents love you, and that they would never just leave you like that of their own free will. I know it’s hard on your grandfather and on you, and if there’s anything I can do…” “Thanks, Sohane. It’s really nice to know that you’re there?” “Hey, what about me? I’m here too, you know, although maybe you didn’t notice”, complained Costia. “Oh, poor little ignored Constantine”, said Sohane mockingly. “Thanks, Costia. I know you’re both good friends. I don’t know what I’d do without you.” Fantasy Novel [audio book online]
4 Jun 2009
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I was having the "bad motivator" problem which is commonly caused by crumbling wire insulation. After opening it up, I was able to confirm the crumbling wire. The exposed wire portions are crossing each other when the robot walks and bends over, which causes the robot to either stop or shut off. My camera is a little junky, but watch the end of my screwdriver and look for the copper colored spots on the wires (these are the spots where the insulation has crumbled off).
7 Jul 2009
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THIS IS A VIDEO TO SHOW THOSE WHO DONT WANT TO SPEND A LOT OF MONEY FOR THE BIG SYSTEMS OUT THERE. THE BLACK UNIT IN THE BACK GROUND IS THE ONE THAT IM MAKING FOR A FRIEND WHO WILL USE IT WITH GREAT GLADNESS. HIS ELECTRICAL SYSTEM WAS ALMOST COMPLETELY DESTROYED BY LIGHTENING. IT WOULD COST TOO MUCH FOR REPAIRS AND NEW DEPOSITS AND OLD BILL TO RECONNECT, ESPECIALY WITH REPAIRS FOR A NEW SERVICE BOX AND UPDATING TO A BREAKER SYSTEM AND THE WIRES DESTROYED IN THE HOUSE. ALTHOUGH THIS UNIT WILL NOT NORMALLY SUPPLY A NORMAL HOUSE HOLD IT WILL ALLOW HIM TO HAVE LIGHTS , RADIO, TV , CELLPHONE CHARGING, AND A FEW MORE THINGS BUT NOT ALL AT ONCE OR CONSTANTLY. BUT 20 DOLLARS A DAY FOR GAS IN A GENERATOR IS NOT AN OPTION EITHER. A BAG OF ICE, AND A COOLER IS. WE ARE MAKING A SOLAR HOT WATER HEATER AS WELL. BY 1:00 PM HE WILL HAVE ENOUGH WATER TO DO DISHES AND GET A NICE HOT SHOWER. THEN RELAX BY THE TV OR RADIO FOR A FEW HOURS ON STORED ENERGY. THEN GO TO SLEEP WITH A SMILE. IF HE GETS UP IN THE NIGHT HE CAN JUST TURN ON THE LIGHT. AND ITS ALL FREE. I HAVE ONE CONFESSION TO MAKE ABOUT THE ONE IN THE FIRST VIDEO THAT EVERYONE HAS COMPLEMENTED ON FROM THE BEGINNING. THAT IS , THAT THE ONE THAT IS IN THE VIDEO IS THE 7th OR 8th ONE I DID. I DID IT FOR SOMEONE ELSE BUT I DESTROYED ONE OF THE COIL SETS IN IT BY PULLING ON THE WIRES TO HARD WHILE I WAS RETHREADING THE WIRES TO COME OUT THE OTHER SIDE. BUT THE 12 VOLT SYSTEM INSTEAD OF 24 VOLT SYSTEM WILL NOT SLOW THE BLADES DOWN WHEN UNDER A LOAD SO IT PERFORMS AT ITS LOWERED MAXIMUM VOLTAGE MOST OF THE TIME. IT SEEMS TO KEEP MY SHOP RADIO AND FLOURESENT LIGHT GOING AS MUCH AS I NEED IT TO EXCEPT FOR WHEN IT RAINS AND THE WIND DOESNT BLOW FOR A FEW DAYS. ONE OF THE CEILING FAN MOTORS I HAVE IN THE SHOP WILL REPLACE THE ORIGIONAL U2B DEBUTED SPECIAL WITH MORE MAGNETS AND TWICE THE COILS FOR MORE OUTPUT. THE BLACK ONE IS CRANKING OUT 5 TIMES THE POWER ALREADY, IM JELOUS. AND IT COGS REAL HARD. AND WHEN YOU SHORT THE WIRES IT GETS REAL HARD TO TURN. THAT IS A GOOD TEST OF EFFICIENCY. ANY DC OR AC PERMANENT MAGNET MOTOR THAT YOU CAN SHORT THE WIRES OUT ON AND IT DOESNT WANT TO TURN IS A DARNED GOOD WIND TURBINE. IF WE ADD ANOTHER SET OF MAGNETS TO HIS IT WILL DUOBLE THE VOLTAGE AND WE WILL HAVE TO GO TO A HIGHER VOLTAGE BATTERY BANK WHICH IS GOOD SEEING AS THE COILS CAN ONLY PUT OUT 1 AMP PER SET. THERE ARE 2 SETS SO 2 AMP TIMES 48 VOLTS = 100 WATTS SO IF WE ADD THE MAGS IT WILL BE A 200 WATT UNIT WITHOUT HEATING UP THE WIRES BUT WE WILL HAVE TO GET 7 OR 8 BATTERIES. OR AT LEAST 4 OR 5 . TIME WILL TELL. MUDD
6 Sep 2009
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BIONIC COMEDIAN Nico Endhol aka nico haupt [we live in public, livestream****/spermaUeberReste, 13.1Thames Noise Prod. etc...] (proudly) presents, pre-premiering at soundcloud and facebook: 'Nico Endhol' presents: Inside the Spectacle ["Multi-Matrix WLIP/WORLD ON THE WIRE-Soundcloud-Tribute NoiseStep Mashlivism ReMixx"] pre-premiering as mp3-only version at soundcloud *******soundcloud****/ewing2001 nico endhol presents: "inside the spectacle"" [soundcloud filther noise remixx; ] original at *******www.youtube****/watch?v=6o979th6IfQ ; notes at *******ff.im/g7uSW +++ COMPLETE NOTES incl. infos resu-*me* AT *******justpaste.it/nicoendhol and mostly at facebook +++ parallel warmup video, as forthcoming guest on the 03/05/10 Jim fetzer radio show, as the world's last and best media scientist nico haupt [aka mc nicomedy2010 aka nico endhol, bionic comedian, eccentric media science comedian, known from "WE LIVE IN PUBLIC" and other stuff ;] .... 2009 -2001 biogrpahing himself into wikipedia, deletionpedia, imdb****, youtube, VR, AR- and MR World, sundance film price awardist, co-ReProducer weltamdraht [U.S. BOOTLEG], Encyclopedianist,johnwatersselfawardist, situationalism comedy, bionic comedy language, analog- and digital structuralist, anti-garbage and bulls**t structuralist, constructionalist, friend of john peel, name-promoter, creationalist, anti-paradigmer, diplomed [U.S.-] german media scientist, 'ghettofight at 13.1Thames', almostOscarNominated for WLIP, boxopera 2001, biography and videography linked to first videomashups incl. -charts worldwide, retrofluxus, nicowar-holIsm, digital feminism, antiBionicFascism, bionic comedy writer, googlejacking, tagjacking, RSSjacking, scriptkiddie [wq2rx], mashlivism, taglivism, antiPoliticAL/antipolitical WINDOWWASHER, anti-oldschoolTrangressionartist-artivist [vs. NickZedd, Henry CIACOCKSUCKER Rollins, JelloLeftGateKeeper Biafra etc], antiDigitalCensorship fighter and comedian, IgiveaFuck Inc. Founder, antiEstablishment establishment, poetry douche, romanticist on demand, hegelian dialectic, spookerfight, telephon hecklivism comedian [9/11 STALKER TV], oldschool television gestalter [livestream****/spermaUeberReste -TV], socialEngineering, survivalism, videoactivism internet tv comedy [livestream****/ewing2001]
4 Mar 2010
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Twitter, a bird on the wire opera
23 Apr 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Wiring-Install-2005-GMC-Safari.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install part number 18172 from Tow Ready. It is a 4-pole wiring harness. This is the part that gets hard-wired into the vehicle. And we are going to install this on a 2005 GMC Safari. To wire up this vehicle what we are going to have to do is get behind the tail light - get behind both tail lights. What is going to happen here on the passengers side here - we are going to take it off, and then we are going to run our wires down to the bottom of the vehicle. So we will go ahead here and start taking off the tail lights at this point. We will go ahead and disconnect the tail light assembly so it will not be hanging around, bouncing off the body work or anything like that. Just unsnap these bolts here. All right, and this part of the body work here we are actually going to drill through here - and it is hollow all the way through - and then we will come up through the bottom and drill the bottom half to run our wires through. Then we will go ahead and install the bushing of your choice we are going to use a plain rubber one here. All right, now we will go from the bottom and do the same thing and install another bushing. The point we are drilling at it is right behind this bracket here, up into the body work right here. Install the bushing help protect the wires. All right, the next step is we are going to run the fish wire down. This is going to take some patience, but you can use any wire that will hold its shape and it down from top to bottom. We have got light showing from the bottom so we can see what we are aiming for. There you go. We are going to take our 4-pole wiring harness and we are just going to peel back the green part of it pretty much most of the way, should be good enough for now. Then we will just take our wire, our pull wire, and wrap it around our green wire and pull it back up. All right, and now at this point we can just go ahead and make a hard-wire connection to the wire harness in the vehicle. And just for reference, black is going to be our ground wire, brown is our running lights, and the dark green here is going to be our turn signals. So we will go ahead and make our connections to our dark green wire. So in this case it is going to be pretty much color for color in this install. All right, at this point we can go ahead and put our tail light assembly back together and start to work on the drivers side. All right, we are just going to run our wire across in the bottom here in front of the hitch and over and we are just going to run it down to the hitch tube assembly. And then our three remaining wires are going to go back the same way across to the other side. Then we will our fish wire from the top to the bottom again and pull these three wires up through to the tail light. All right, we will go ahead and make our other hard-wire connections here. Yellow is going to be our left-turn signal, so we are going to run it yellow to yellow. And then we will hook up our brown wire, which will be running lights, and the brown wire on our van is going to be running lights, so we will hook that up - like I said, almost color to color. And then for our ground we are actually going to use the ground wire on the wire harness, which is black here. Pretty much most of this is all fiberglass. Obviously it is not going to be a good ground, so we are going to use the vehicle wire harness ground wire for that. Okay, we are going to start putting our tail light assembly back together for the drivers side now. We are also going to zip-tie a wire to the bumper. There are some convenient holes at the bottom edge of the bumper, so we are actually just going to zip-tie to those. Since it is the bottom, you can not really see it. This is just a work vehice, so it is working out perfectly, actually. We will take up any excess we do not want and take it behind the bumper and zip-tie it up. And with that, all that is left over is go ahead and test your install. And there you have it for part number 18172 from Tow Ready.
30 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Hitch-Install-2003-FordEscape.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install part number 90635 from Hidden Hitch. And we are going to install this on a 2003 Ford Escape. First to show you where the hitch mounts up on the frame of the vehicle, where it is going to mount up is on this hole here and here. What is going to happen is we will thread our hardware from the edge of the frame through the opening back here and we will pull our hardware through from the inside out. Now some vehicles, there will be an exhaust shield on there which you will have to trim. Instructions are provided to do that but in this case there is not one existing so we do not have to worry about it. And if you do have to trim it, it is very easy. Tin snips is all you need to cut it out and make room for the hitch. And this assembly is going to be both identical on both sides. And it is also going to use one last attachment. It is going to use a tow loop here too. We are going to start on the passenger side of the vehicle. We will start fish wiring our hardware in. Now there is going to be two bolts that go in, per side. And there is a difference in the bolts too. The one is just basically going to be longer than the other. What is going to happen is the short bolt is going to go in the rear most hole here and then the longer bolt is going to go in this hole and it is going to get a spacer put between the frame and the hitch itself. So that is why you will put the longer bolt in the back. With the fish wiring tools, we will start with the bolt in the back. We will just pull it through the hole we are going to use. Go all the way to the end of the frame and pull it out. Okay, and it is just long enough so be careful you do not push the wiring back into the frame. Take your block and install it on there. There you go. Stay. Okay, you just take that block and just push it on in on the wire. And we are going to the back hole so we are going to use the long bolt. Thread that into place, and pull the whole assembly through and out. Do the same thing with the rear most hole here. All right, same thing again. This is a little bit easier to see. And the short bolt will go here. All right, and that is all we have to do on the passenger side. We will go over to the driver side and do the same exact thing. There we go. All right next we can go ahead and start installing the hitch on the vehicle and what we will do is we will hang the hitch by the two rear bolts first and then the four bolts we will leave alone because we will have to push them up out of the way so we can get our blocks in there. And we will just use a couple of nuts just to really hold the hitch in place for now. And we are just going to just hang it so we can leave it loose so we can move the hitch around as we need. All right, let us go ahead and push the bolt up just a little bit, install our block, let it fall back through, then we will put our nut and washer on there so it does not come back out. Just a couple of threads because we are still going to do this on the other side. There you go. All right, next we will work on the tow loop assembly. So you loosely can move it around, we will put our spacer block between the hitch and the tow loop and then that block will go on the outside with the carriage bolt and that will run all the way through. And then we will pile it up with a lock washer and nut. Since we have got all of our hardware installed now, we will go ahead and snug down the bolts. Make sure the hitch sits where you want it. Okay. All right, once you are satisfied with that we can go ahead and torque down the bolts as specified in the instructions. And with that, that finishes our install with part number 90635 from Hidden Hitch.
30 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2003-mitsubishi-montero.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to install part number 119175 from Tow Ready, and this is their Circuit Protected Converter Wire Harness. And we are going to install this on a 2003 Mitsubishi Montero Sport. To install this wire harness, we are going to have to get behind both sets of tail lights on this vehicle. We are going to take off the tail lights, get to the wiring behind them, and then we will make our hard-wire connections to the circuits themselves. We will just go ahead and take the lights off loose. The reason why we are taking the lights off is so we can find the function of each wire inside here, rather than just poking a bunch of different holes in the wire. So it saves a little bit of wear and tear on the wire. Next we will take some bolts out and loosen up the fascia so we can run our wires from below up through here, along the edge of the body work and into the tail light. Just to give you an idea of what is going on, all this assembly is going to be hidden behind the plastic here. We are going to run the fish wire from here down to the bottom. To make things a little bit nice and neat, we are going to actually cover all this up with electric tape so when it comes out exposed it will not be as obvious. All we are going to do now is just pry this back a little bit and run our fish wire through. And we will take our wire and wrap it around the leads for our converter box and pull it back up through. We will leave slack to work with for now, and then we will take up the slack as needed. First off we are going to install our ground screw, which we are going to put right into the bottom of our sheet metal here. We have got our ground screw installed. We will hook up our tester and then we will go through the functions. And we will have somebody else get in the front of the vehicle and turn on all the functions. OK, first we will go ahead and check for running lights. OK, turn them off on all right, that verifies the signal, and that looks like the green wire with the white tracer on it. So, we will go ahead and make our connections to the wire. Brown is going to be running lights on our wire harness, so we will hook up to that. We are going to use a Scotch lock to make our attachment, but you can use any form you like, but this seems to work the best. Next we will go for the left-turn circuit. All right, and that looks like that wiring is green with a blue tracer and silver dots on it. Yellow is going to be left turn on our wire harness. All right, next we will look for the brake circuit. OK, off on off that looks like an all-dark-green-color wire, so we will attach our red wire to the brake. All right, now we can go ahead and just reinstall the tail light assembly for this side. Let us go ahead and run our green wire all the way across, up behind the bumper. Go ahead and do the same thing for the other side. All right, we will go ahead and test for the right-turn circuit. OK, that looks like green with the yellow stripe and silver dots. We will just go ahead and make our connection to that. We will go ahead and start installing our tail light on the passengers side. We will go ahead and put our screws back in for the bumper fascia. All right, next we will go ahead and attach the converter box to the sheet metal right there behind it. We will clean it off first with cleaner and a paper towel. Next what we are going to do is route our 4-pole wire down out to the hitch. What we do not want, let us just go ahead and bundle up, and we will attach it to the back side of the bumper in one of the frame brackets. All that remains now is one final check of the wiring harness itself with a light tester before you try it on a trailer. And there you have it for part number 119175 from Tow Ready.
30 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2008-kia-sportage.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturers installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2008 Kia Sportage we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118401. This wiring harness if very easy to use. It is a simple plug in and there is an open ended port on the Sportage where the harness will plug into. If we go underneath the vehicle right near the bumper over on the passenger side you can see we have got our wiring harness with two plugs at the end of it here. The one taped on the top is the one we are looking for. This is the one we are going to be plugging our wiring harness into. Cut back the tape that is holding the two together. This does have a cap on it so remove that. There is a tab on top that if you press that in, you can pull the cap right off. 00:45 We will next take our wiring harness and just plug it in line. Plug it in until you hear it snap. You can see also on the wiring harness we have got a loose white wire with a ring terminal and this is our ground wire. We are going to need to ground this directly to the frame and we are going to be doing that using the provided self tapping screw. With that secure we just want to take the converter box that is built into the harness. On the back side we have got some double sided tape and we want to adhere that to the frame. Keep it up and out of the way. I am going to do it to the side of the frame and it is a good idea to clean that area off before we attempt to adhere the box to it. 01:29 From there we can just take the 4-pole in to the harness. We are going to route that towards the middle of the vehicle and next we want to take the 4-pole end of the harness and route it towards the center of the vehicle. We do want to be careful around the exhaust system. You want to secure the wiring up and out of the way so it does not come in contact with the exhaust because this could melt and possibly damage the wire. Actually on this installation I am going to be using a loom clamp right up against the bottom of the frame, to further help keep the 4-pole wires away from the exhaust system. From there all we need to do is use the provided zip ties that come with the wiring kit and tie up any of the extra wire that you may have. With the wires tied up out of the way our installation is complete. That will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118401 on a 2008 Kia Sportage.
23 Nov 2010
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