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2 Oct 2010
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Starting Them Up by Warren Struhl, a successful serial entrepreneur who started his first business at age twenty-five and sold it in 1993 to a Fortune 500 firm for $120 million shares, candid,practical,inspiring, humorous and outrageous war stories and wisdom from the trenches of start-up entrepreneurship. Using the businesses he's started, invested in or advised as fodder, Starting Them Up provides timely, under-the-hood insights for entrepreneurs and anyone interested in business. Featuring contributions from Jesse Itzler (Marquis Jet), Bob Diener (Hotels****), Jeff Rubin (It'Sugar), Sara Blakely (Spanx), Richard Forman (Register****), Mitch Rothschild (Vitals****) and Jeff Levine (Salad Creations), among others.
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*******www.successories****/category/... Click here to learn more about the new book - Starting Them Up by Warren Struhl, a successful serial entrepreneur who started his first business at age twenty-five and sold it in 1993 to a Fortune 500 firm for $120 million shares, candid,practical,inspiring, humorous and outrageous war stories and wisdom from the trenches of start-up entrepreneurship. Using the businesses he's started, invested in or advised as fodder, Starting Them Up provides timely, under-the-hood insights for entrepreneurs and anyone interested in business. Featuring contributions from Jesse Itzler (Marquis Jet), Bob Diener (Hotels****), Jeff Rubin (It'Sugar), Sara Blakely (Spanx), Richard Forman (Register****), Mitch Rothschild (Vitals****) and Jeff Levine (Salad Creations), among others.
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*******www.successories****/category/... Click here to learn more about the new book - Starting Them Up by Warren Struhl, a successful serial entrepreneur who started his first business at age twenty-five and sold it in 1993 to a Fortune 500 firm for $120 million shares, candid,practical,inspiring, humorous and outrageous war stories and wisdom from the trenches of start-up entrepreneurship. Using the businesses he's started, invested in or advised as fodder, Starting Them Up provides timely, under-the-hood insights for entrepreneurs and anyone interested in business. Featuring contributions from Jesse Itzler (Marquis Jet), Bob Diener (Hotels****), Jeff Rubin (It'Sugar), Sara Blakely (Spanx), Richard Forman (Register****), Mitch Rothschild (Vitals****) and Jeff Levine (Salad Creations), among others.
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*******www.successories****/category/... Click here to learn more about the new book - Starting Them Up by Warren Struhl, a successful serial entrepreneur who started his first business at age twenty-five and sold it in 1993 to a Fortune 500 firm for $120 million shares, candid,practical,inspiring, humorous and outrageous war stories and wisdom from the trenches of start-up entrepreneurship. Using the businesses he's started, invested in or advised as fodder, Starting Them Up provides timely, under-the-hood insights for entrepreneurs and anyone interested in business. Featuring contributions from Jesse Itzler (Marquis Jet), Bob Diener (Hotels****), Jeff Rubin (It'Sugar), Sara Blakely (Spanx), Richard Forman (Register****), Mitch Rothschild (Vitals****) and Jeff Levine (Salad Creations), among others.
6 Oct 2010
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*******www.successories****/category/... Click here to learn more about the new book - Starting Them Up by Warren Struhl, a successful serial entrepreneur who started his first business at age twenty-five and sold it in 1993 to a Fortune 500 firm for $120 million shares, candid,practical,inspiring, humorous and outrageous war stories and wisdom from the trenches of start-up entrepreneurship. Using the businesses he's started, invested in or advised as fodder, Starting Them Up provides timely, under-the-hood insights for entrepreneurs and anyone interested in business. Featuring contributions from Jesse Itzler (Marquis Jet), Bob Diener (Hotels****), Jeff Rubin (It'Sugar), Sara Blakely (Spanx), Richard Forman (Register****), Mitch Rothschild (Vitals****) and Jeff Levine (Salad Creations), among others.
6 Oct 2010
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*******www.successories****/category/... Click here to learn more about the new book - Starting Them Up by Warren Struhl, a successful serial entrepreneur who started his first business at age twenty-five and sold it in 1993 to a Fortune 500 firm for $120 million shares, candid,practical,inspiring, humorous and outrageous war stories and wisdom from the trenches of start-up entrepreneurship. Using the businesses he's started, invested in or advised as fodder, Starting Them Up provides timely, under-the-hood insights for entrepreneurs and anyone interested in business. Featuring contributions from Jesse Itzler (Marquis Jet), Bob Diener (Hotels****), Jeff Rubin (It'Sugar), Sara Blakely (Spanx), Richard Forman (Register****), Mitch Rothschild (Vitals****) and Jeff Levine (Salad Creations), among others.
6 Oct 2010
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13 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Wiring-Install-2009-Nissan-Murano.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2009 Nissan Murano we will be installing wiring harness part number 118481. Okay, we are inside the rear cargo area of the Murano here. And the connection points for our wiring harness are going to be located on the inside of the vehicle here. Behind the interior panels on both the driver and passenger sides. To gain access to these connection points we are going to need to do some removing of the interior portions of the vehicle. We need to remove the rear threshold plate here. There are three push pins here at the interior side of the threshold plate that we need to remove. We can do that by simply taking a flat head screwdriver and popping the middle piece up and that will allow the clip to release. From there we can just kind of gently rock back and forth on the threshold plate until the top clips up here release and we can set that side. Next we can remove the side compartments from the inside of the vehicle. There are two screws at the bottom that are holding it in place. We want to remove the passenger side one as well. Next we just need to remove the fasteners holding the interior side wall in. You can see we have got a tie down hook here that has got a screw in it. We can also remove this tie down here. This one is actually a push rivet. To release it we just want to pick a flat head screwdriver and kind of pry the cap back and that will allow the interior clip to release. And we can just pop it right off there. There is a few in board clips here as well holding it in place. You can get in there with a rivet popper or if you do not have that you could use like a flat head screwdriver to get in there. Pull away when you here the release. We want to remove the passenger side one as well. We just need to pull that back and up to gain access to the plug. If you look here wrapped in foam tape is our connecting point. What we do is just separate the two by pressing the little pad here at the top and you just disconnect the two. Next we can go ahead and take our harness and start plugging it into place. Over here on the driver side we want to take the connectors with the yellow and brown wires and plug it in line there. I am going to route the wires behind this junction block here. Again we can just plug the harness in line. You will note here on the driver side connector that we have a white wire with a ring terminal on it and this is our ground wire. What we need to do is find a metal surface to mount that to. The back side of the cargo area here is a nice flat surface right here that we can take our self tapping screw that is provided with our wiring harness and mount the ground wire to it. Okay, next we can take the longer lead, the red and green wires, and route it along this rear threshold area back here over to our passenger side where we are going to connect it behind the tail light assembly. Okay, then we can come back over here to the driver side. We are going to take the red wire here that is connected to our modulite box and we are going to connect it to the large black bundle of wire that is provided with our wiring kit. 04:18. What I am going to do is take and strip back a little bit of the jacketing here on the red wire and we will add a butt connector to it here. We just want to take and crimp that down. And then we will take one of the ends of the 12 gage black wire and connect it to that butt connector as well. Just take some electrical tape and tape that connector up. Next we want to go ahead and take and mount our modulite box to the interior of the vehicle here. And go ahead and adhere that. There is a little lip underneath the underside of where we mounted our brown screw there. I think we can go ahead and secure that there. Next I am going to go ahead and pop the grommet out. What you want to do is take and cut a little hole in the middle where we can that 12 gage black wire through. We will just take and feed it through the hole here. Pull the full length of the wire all the way through and down below. When you have all of the wire down below you can go ahead and re the grommet and then note that the 4-pole is left here. We can do one of two things with that as well. You can either actually enlarge the hole in the grommet there and route the 4-pole down through so that it can be stored underneath the vehicle. Or we could leave it here inside the vehicle and pull it our the rear hatch when we want to use it. I think that is what we are going to do here. I am just going to kind of set it off to the side while I reinstall the components here at the rear of the vehicle. We just want to make sure we zip tie up any loose wires that we may have left over. Now that we have got the cargo area reassembled we can go underneath the vehicle and go ahead and route our wire up to the battery. When routing the wire you just want to make sure you avoid any possible pinch points or hot spots that could damage the wire. Now that we have got the wire routed up under the hood we just need to go ahead and make our connection to the positive terminal of the battery. You can see we have got a cover here over the positive terminal. We can go ahead and remove that. You can see that we have got three different connection points that we can use. We are going to go ahead and use the rear most one here. Then next we are going to take our fuse holder that is provided with our wiring kit here. What we want to do is go ahead and cut the wire loop in half. On one end we are going to add the ring terminal here. I am just going to connect to the positive side of the battery. The other end we are going to strip back and a butt connector and we are going to connect it to the remaining portion of the 12 gage black wire here. Connect to the battery. And that will kind of give you a general idea of how much wire you can cut back with. And we will strip back a little bit of the jacketing again and make our connections to the butt connector. Okay and then we just want to take a little bit of electrical tape and wrap that connector up. Okay, and last but not least we just want to add the fuse to the fuse holder. That will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118481 on a 2009 Nissan Murano. 09:10
19 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2005-dodge-durango.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2005 Dodge Durango we will be installing wiring harness part number 118390. Okay we are at the rear of the vehicle, we are going to go ahead and locate the ports that we are going to be plugging our wiring harness into. These ports are located directly behind the tail lights, both on the drivers and passenger side. Okay the first thing we need to do is remove these tail lights to gain access to these ports. :19 To remove the tail lights we simply need to remove the two interior push pins here on the tail lights. There are also two push pins here on the inside of the tail light, so once you have the two removed from the inside you just want to simply rock it back and forth until those release. You can also see our port here that we are going to be plugging our wiring harness into. We need to separate it from the back of the tail light. To do so, we just want to take the red clip here and slide it over, then push the release here at the top. That will allow us to separate the two. :55 We can go ahead and start installing our harness. Over here on the drivers side we are going to be installing the plug that has the brown, yellow, and red wires on it. We are simply going to plug one side into the vehicle into the harness and the other side into the back of the tail light. The other two wires that we have here are the plug ins for the passenger side tail light. And then obviously, this is our 4-pole that is going to connect to the trailer. You can take both of these and route them through the same opening. We are obviously going to take the connector for the passenger side and route it all the way across to make our connection. The 4-pole we are going to take to the middle of the vehicle and tie it off at our trailer hitch. You can also see here we have a red wire that is open ended, this will connect to the black wire that came with our installation kit, the long black lead. We are going to take that and it down the opening between the vehicle and bumper and route it up the drivers side frame rail where we are going to connect to a power source under the hood. When connecting the red and black wires together we just want to strip back a little bit of the jacketing here off of each wire. Take the butt connector which is provided with our wiring kit, slide our wire into there and take a set of crimpers and crimp that down. Then we will the other end into the butt connector and crimp that down as well. Might want to take some electrical tape and wrap that up. 2:18 Then we will go ahead and feed the wire in between the opening. Then next we are going to take our modulite box here, as you can see on the back side it has double sided tape, we want to take it and adhere it to the back of the tail light housing. With those items completed we can go ahead and put our drivers side tail light back on. We can go ahead and remove the passenger side tail light as well and we will go underneath the vehicle and route our wires across. Underneath the vehicle you can see the three sets of wires that we ped down between the bumper and the body. Again, the black wire is going to be going up the drivers side frame rail to the battery, so we can hold off on that wire for the time being. The four pole we are just going to route to the center, I am going to tie it off on my trailer hitch. You can see we have some fascia support straps here throughout the back side to route the wiring behind to keep them out of the way and weather safe. And we will repeat the procedure that used on the drivers side for connecting the harness into the tail light. Now we will go back underneath the vehicle and route the black wire up to the battery. When routing your wire up to the battery you want to make sure you avoid any possible pinch points or hot spots that could damage the wire. And what I have already done is route a piece of fish wire from under the hood of the vehicle down here towards the frame so I can tie my wire to it and pull it into place. 4:19 We are up underneath the hood now and you can see we have our wire routed from underneath the vehicle. At this point we need to find a power source to hook our hot lead to. We can either route it across the rear threshold here over to the positive side of the battery, or in this instance we can go ahead and use the power leads that are feeding our fuse box here to tap into, right here. So what you I want to do is remove one of the nuts off the two studs here. We are going to next take our fuse holder and cut it in half. So again, we just want to strip off some of the jacketing off of both ends. The one end we are going to put a butt connector on and connect it to the black wire that we routed up from the back of the vehicle. The other end we are going to connect a ring terminal to the post here. What I am going to do is connect to the power source first, that will help us determine how much of the black wire we actually need. You can see I have quiet a bit of extra wire, so we can cut it down to the appropriate length that we need. With those connections made there we can go ahead and take some electrical tape and tape that connection up as well. You want to make sure you the 10 amp fuse here in the fuse holder. And with all of our loose wires secured and out of harms way our installation is complete. This will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118390 on a 2005 Dodge Durango.
30 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2009-ford-escape.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2009 Ford Escape, we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118430. We are at the rear of the vehicle with the rear cargo door open. The connection points for our wiring harness are going to be located directly behind the tail light assemblies on both sides. So we are going to start by removing both tail light assemblies. We can do that by removing the two Phillips head screws on the inboard side. We are going to gently pry back the the tail light assembly until the two outboard clips release. And with the tail light removed you can see the main black plug here on the back. That is the part we are going to be hooking our harness into. We can go ahead and disconnect that for the time being. In fact I am going to just take the whole tail light assembly off just to set it aside just so it does not possibly scratch up your paint. And you can do that by just disconnecting both the black plug here and the white one. Starting over here on the driver side, I am going to go ahead and hook my harness into the vehicle side of the connector. And again the other end will go into the tail light assembly when we put that back on. The connector for the passenger side, which is the one with the green wire, as well as the 4- pole harness, are all going to be ped through the opening in between the bumper and the body structure here. You can also see on the vehicle side of the modulite box here we have got this red wire. That is our hot lead that is going to need to be routed all the way up to the battery and hooked to the positive side. To do that we are going to connect the large bundle of black wire that is provided with our wiring kit, to the red wire. We will also feed it through the opening between the body and the bumper. And when using the butt connector which is provided with our installation kit we are going to merge the red and black wires. We can go ahead and wrap that in electrical tape. And we are going to take our modulite box which you can see has double sided tape here on the back side and we are going to adhere it to the body structure here down in the opening. And then lastly, here on the driver side, we want to go ahead and ground our ground wire. That would be the white wire with the ring terminal on it. We are going to take the self- tapping screw that is provided with the installation kit. Drill that into the metal surface here. Okay, now we can go ahead and put the driver- side tail- light assembly back on. Then we will go underneath the vehicle where we are going to route our wires across to the passenger side. You can see we have got a few spacious support pieces here that give us a nice opening where we can route our wire behind and that will keep it away from any pinch points or hot spots that we may run through. Okay then we can also do the same thing for the 4-pole itself. We are just going to route it to the middle here where we are going to tie it off at the trailer hitch. And I want to go up and make my connection to my passenger-side tail light. Then we will come back underneath and route our black wire up to the battery. All right now I am just going to go ahead and secure up the extra lose wires that I had from the 4- pole and the green wire before we go ahead and route the black wire to the battery. Okay now we are going to take and feed our black wire up to the battery. When routing a wire you want to make sure that you are avoiding any possible pinch points or hot spots that could damage the wire. Okay now we are up under the hood. We are now wired up here to the battery. We are going to go ahead and next take our fuse holder and connect it to our battery and then we will connect it to the black wire that we just routed. What you will do is just take and cut the wire in half. From there we are going to add the ring terminal which is going to connect to the battery. On the other end we are going to add a butt connector which will connect us to our black wire. Okay we are going to take the nut off the positive side of the battery here. And we will take the remaining black wire, cut it down to the appropriate length that we need and make our connection. We will again add a little bit of electrical tape to the connection. Finally we will add the fuse to the fuse holder. And this will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118430 on a 2009 Ford Escape.
30 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Wiring-Install-2009-Dodge-Caliber.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2009 Dodge Caliber. We will be installing wiring harness part number 118446. We are here at the rear of the vehicle and the connection points for our wiring harness are going to be located directly behind the tail light assemblies on both the drivers and passengers sides. The first thing we need to do is go ahead and remove those from the vehicle. To do that, you will see here on the in board side of the tail light you have got two push pins. We want to go ahead and release those first. We can do that by just using a flat bladed screwdriver here. Getting inside the corner of the section here and we will just kind of work that back and forth until we get the push pin to release here. And then we will just want to gently rock back and forth to release the out board clips that are inside there. This larger port is the one that we are going to be using for our T connector here. Start by releasing the red clip here at the top. Then we want to press the black tab here and that will allow us to pull the two pieces apart. What we will do is take our harness and we are going to start the connector that are going to be using on the driver side. It is the one with the yellow and brown wires on it. We will take and go ahead and plug our connector in line. One end will connect on to the back side of the tail light here and the other end will connect to the vehicle side. On this side as well we have got a white wire with a ring terminal on it. That is our ground wire. And we will need to go ahead and ground that to the back side of the housing area here. We are going to do that using the self tapping screw that is provided with our installation kit. And next we will want to take the other connector with the green wire. That is going to be routed between the body and the bumper here. This slight opening. We are going to route it down and over to our passenger side tail light assembly. So I am going to go ahead and take and connect our red and our black wires. To connect the two we will be using the butt connector which is provided again with our wiring harness. The butt connector will simply strip back a little bit of the jacketing from our wires and get a pair of crimpers and crimp those right down. Make sure you have got a tight connection there and we will go ahead and wrap that with some electrical tape. And next we will want to take the other connector, with the green wire that is going to be routed between the body and the bumper here, this slight opening. We are going to route it down and over to our passenger side tail light assembly. It is a pretty tight fit in there so it may not be a bad idea to get a piece of fish wire or something to go ahead and feed that through to help us pull all of those components down. I am going to keep the box up here for the time being just to show that on the back side we have got double sided tape so we do want to adhere this to a metal surface here. We can clean off the surface right here and go ahead and adhere it just like so. Okay, then we can go ahead and put our driver side tail light back on. All right, underneath the vehicle we will start with routing the 4-pole in the passenger side connector. I am going to take it and actually feed it over the top of the bumper bracket here and that will keep it from hanging down. Again the 4-pole, we are going to take and feed it here to the middle of the vehicle and I am actually going to tie it off at the center of the trailer hitch. Take any of the excess wire that you may have and we are going to zip tie that up and out of the way using the cable ties that are provided with our installation kit. And again I will feed it up over the top over here on the passenger side as well. Again what we are trying to avoid are possible pinch points or hot spots like the exhaust here. And just like on the driver side we just want to pull the red tab out and use the connector and plug our harness in line. I am going to go ahead and zip tie some of this excess wire up again so that will keep it again from hanging down. Now we are back underneath the vehicle and we will go ahead and route the black wire up to the battery. Again you want to make sure when you are routing your wire that you avoid any possible pinch points or hot spots that could do damage to the wiring. And again we can help secure the wire along the way using the provided cable ties that come with the installation kit. Up near the end of the compartment here again it is a good idea to use a piece of fish wire like I have. Fish it down through the end of the compartment and we will just tape the wire to it and feed it up that way. Okay now we are up under the hood. You can see we have got our wire routed up from underneath the vehicle. We need to gain access to the battery on the Caliber which is actually behind this panel here. So we need to go ahead and just release the screws here. Slide that right off. Set that off to the side for the time being. You can see we have got three different set screws here on the top of the highlighted terminal so we can connect to any one of those. I think we will go ahead and use the auxiliary one here off to the side to connect to. What I will go ahead and do is remove the nut from the top. What we are actually going to be connecting to the battery is the fuse holder here. Take it and cut it in half. To the one end we are going to be adding the ring terminal which is going to connect here to the battery. And the other end we will actually be placing on a butt connector which will be connecting to the other end of the black wire here. Connect it to the battery first and that will give us an idea of how much of the black wire we will actually need because we will probably cut that down a little bit. We will just take and tape up our connector here. Then go ahead and our fuse now. It is a 10 amp fuse. Secure any excess wire that you may have. We just want to reinstall our battery cover. And that will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118446 on a 2009 Dodge Caliber.
30 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2009-nissan-rouge.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118480 on a 2009 Nissan Rogue. We have opened up the rear hatch of the vehicle and we are going to go ahead and point out where we need to locate the connection points for our wiring harness. The connection points are actually located behind the tail light assemblies, on the inside of the vehicle, behind these panels, on both sides of the vehicle. To gain access to those, we are going to need to remove quite a few items here from the rear end of the vehicle. To release these screws here, you actually want to align the arrows. There is an arrow here on the inboard side, along with the arrow on the knob. If you align those two, it will allow these two clips to release. There are also three screws here that are holding this compartment in that we are going to need to remove as well. OK, once we have got the interior removed, the connection point we are looking for is going to be right behind here, so we will need to go ahead and pop these panels back. To do so, I am just going to take a basic pry tool and release the push rivets that are inside here on the inner wall. Then I am just going to pry this away. And you can see right here, attached behind the wiring harness, is the white connector that we are looking for. So we are going to locate that one on the drivers side as well. We will start by disconnecting those on both sides, and we will go ahead and plug our harness in line. Here on the drivers side we want to plug in the connector with the yellow and brown wires. And you can see here we have got a white wire with a ring terminal on it that is our ground connection. We are going to need to find a suitable grounding point for this. As you can see just above where we connected our T-connector there is a common grounding point. We can go ahead and tap this in right there. Now we will take the connector that has the red and green wires we will route it behind the threshold piece that we removed here, and then plug it into the passengers side to the attaching point. And the next thing we want to do is take our Modulite box - and you can see we have got an open-ended red wire here - that is going to be the positive lead. Then we are actually going to connect the black bundle of wire that comes with the installation kit, too, and we are going to route that all the way to the front and hook it to the positive side of the battery. We will go ahead and tape it up. Then next we want to find a suitable mounting point for the Modulite box itself. You can see on the back side it has got double-sided tape. I am going to go ahead and adhere that in behind here on the drivers side. The 4-pole portion of the harness is actually going to stay inside the vehicle. So, we will leave that sitting inside here for the time being. And again, next we are going to go ahead and figure out which grommet we are going to use. And after looking underneath the vehicle, it looks like it is a good grommet location for us to run our wire through. What I am going to do is go ahead and take the grommet itself, and I am just going to puncture a little hole right in the middle and then just run the black wire through that, underneath the vehicle. And then we can just pop our grommet right back into place. We are pretty much done inside the vehicle now and we can go ahead and put the interior back together. Then we will go back under the vehicle and route our wire up to the battery. And then for storage, again, we are just going to leave it in this compartment here. Just pull it out when you want to go ahead and use it. Close the hatch on it it is not going to hurt anything. The weatherstripping will keep it from getting pinched. Again, when you want to go ahead and store it, you can just leave it inside here. OK, we are back underneath the vehicle now, and we are getting ready to route our black wire up to the front of the vehicle, up to the battery. You want to make sure that when routing the wire you avoid any pinch points or hot spots. OK, now we are up under the hood, and you can see we have got our wire routed all the way up to the battery. We are going to go ahead and make our connection here to the positive side of the battery. What we are actually going to use to make our connection is the fuse holder here. What we are going to do is cut it in half, and on the one end we will apply this ring terminal and connect it directly to the battery. On the other end we will apply the butt connector and butt connect it to the black wire here. OK, and then we are just going to attach the black wire. I am going to go ahead, since I have got extra length, I am just going to go ahead and cut it down a little bit. And you always want to give it a good tug to make sure you have got a nice, strong connection there. You supply the fuse into the fuse holder. And then we just want to go ahead and suture up any loose wires that we may have left over, and our installation will be complete. This will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118480 on a 2009 Nissan Rogue.
30 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2009-ford-edge.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2009 Ford Edge we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118430. We are at the rear cargo area of the vehicle here. And we are going to go ahead and point out the mounting locations for our T- Connector. The connecting points are located directly behind the tail light assemblies. But to gain access to those we are actually going to be routing the wire from the interior, out through the grommet behind the tail light and then making our connections. So to get started we want to go ahead and disassemble the rear cargo area so that we have room to route our wires across. See I have already removed the cargo cover here. Okay then we also want to remove the rear threshold piece here and you can do that by just gently prying up on it to release the tabs that are holding it in. And that is going to allow us to pull back the interior panels here on each side. We want to remove the screw here at the end. We are going to do the same thing on the passenger side. Now we are going to go ahead and remove the tail light assemblies. There are two inboard screws on the assembly itself that need to be removed that allow us to take those off. And you just want to gently rock it back and forth until you get the outboard clips to release. And with that removed you can see the large connector here. That is the one we are going to be connecting our T- Connector ring to on both sides. To get the wires from the inside to the outside we are going to need to put a little slit to the grommet here. Okay, now we are going to do the same thing for the driver- side tail light. Now we can go ahead and take our harness and feed it from the inside out. I am going to start here on the driver side. We want to take the set of connectors with the yellow and brown wires as well as the white wire with the ring terminal connected to it. We also want to take off of our modulite box, the red wire and go ahead and connect it to the large, black bundle of wire that is included with the wiring harness. That black wire is also going to come out through this grommet here on the driver side and we are going to take it and route it up to the battery. Take and feed the other end of the black wire out through the grommet. I am going to go ahead and make my connection through the driver- side tail light assembly now. To do that we just want to push the tab here and then just pull the connector off. And we will just plug our harness in line. We are also going to want to go ahead and ground the white wire. We are just going to ground it to this metal surface here using the self- tapping screw that is provided in the installation kit. And then the last thing we want to do here on the driver side again is to run our black wire down through the opening. And that is actually going to be coming out down behind the mud flap here behind the rear tire here on the driver side. To do that we need to remove a few of the screws here that are holding the mud flap on. And we want to make sure we pull the full length of wire all the way out. I am actually going to feed that to the inboard side. We are going to be running it all the way up to the battery. Then we can go ahead and reassemble the mud flap and the driver- side tail light assembly. Now that we have got the driver side put together we can go ahead and route the connector over right up behind the panel and make our connection in the tail light. And then we are going to slide the grommet back in here. Okay and the last thing we want to do before we route our wire up to the battery is to go ahead and mount the modulite box here to the inside of the vehicle. As you can see we have got double sided tape here on the back side of it. And you just peel that away. You can just peel away the cover here and you just want to adhere that to a clean, metal surface somewhere back behind the tail light assembly. And then with the 4- pole left over in here, leave it stored inside the rear cargo area here and you can pull it out the back hatch of the vehicle when you want to use it. All right now we can reinstall the interior of the vehicle and we will go underneath and route our wire. Okay when routing the wire up to the front through the battery you want to make sure that we avoid any possible pinch points or hot spots that could damage the wire. All right now we are up under the hood, and you can see we have got our wire in all the way up to the battery. The next step is to go ahead and connect it to the positive terminal of the battery. Pull the cover back here. You can see we have got two auxiliary posts that we can connect to. And go ahead and loosen the nut on that. And next we are going to take our fuse holder that is provided with the harness. We are going to go ahead and just cut it in half. With one end connecting directly to the battery and the other end connecting to the black wire. We are going to strip off some of the jacketing on both ends. And one end we will apply the ring terminal, to the other end, a butt connector. Determine how much length we need of the black wire. And go ahead and cut that down. It will not hurt to put a little bit of tape around the connection. And then finally we will go ahead and add the fuse to the fuse holder. You want to tie up any lose wires you may have left over with the remaining zip ties and our installation will be complete. Part number 118430.
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*******www.universal-hyundai**** 866 640 8581 The most important upgrades to the Santa Fe are under the hood and will no doubt help Hyundai maintain and advance its lead in the CAFE race. The old 2.7-liter and 3.3-liter V6 engines have been sent off to the scrap heap in favor a pair of engines that provide better performance and efficiency. The base setup is the same 175 horsepower 2.4-liter inline-four found in the new Tucson while the optional engine is a re-vamped 3.5-liter Lambda V6 now with 276 horsepower and 248 pound-feet of torque. Both engines are mated up exclusively with six-speed transmissions but only the four gets a manual option.
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2009-chevy-equinox.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2009 Chevrolet Equinox we are going to be installing wiring harness, part number 118432. We are in the rear cargo area of the Equinox and we are going to locate the port that we are going to be pulling the wiring harness into. This is an open ended port, which is located in the floor area of the jack storage compartment. The first thing we need to do is remove the door here and also remove the jack. I will set that off to the side for the time being. :27 It is going to be kind of hard to see, but if I pull the insulation up here, and you take a look inside, you can see the open ended port that is located right there at the bottom area, almost directly below where the jack was stored. What we are going to do is take our open ended wiring harness plug here and plug that directly in. you can see also, that you have an open ended white wire, which is our ground wire. If you look down there again, you can see there is a grounding stud located just to the forward side of where our plug is located. :53 With the port and grounding stud located , we can start installing our harness. To remove the nut off the grounding stud you are going to need a 10 millimeter socket. That is all there is to installing it here at the rear section of the vehicle. You can see the four pole, when not in use can be stored inside the storage compartment. When we want to use it we can just pull it outside the rear cargo door. The weather stripping here at the backside will prevent that from being pinched, so you do not have to worry about that. From there, I am going to remount the jack in the storage compartment, and then we are going to go up under the hood and connect our fuses and relays into place. 1:25 We are up underneath the hood now and we have located our fuse block that we need to plug our fuses and relays into place. This fuse block can be located over on the driver side, just forward of the fire wall here. I am going to go ahead and lift the lid on it. If you look at the backside of the lid, all our fuses and relays are numbered in position. We are going to start by plugging our relays into place. We are looking to plug in our relays at position 58 and 59. These relays are going to activate our right turn and right stop leads and our left turn and left stop leads. When plugging the relays into place, we want the slope side of the relay facing towards the driver side of the vehicle. 2:05 There are three fuses that we need to plug in place as well. These, again are provided with our installation kit and are all 10 amp fuses. For these we need to locate fuse positions number 35, 37, and 43. Position 35 is located right here. Position 37 is located right here. And fuse position 43 is located right here. With the two relays and three fuses in place all of our leads in the tow package should be active now. We want to reinstall the lid to our fuse block and our installation will be complete. This will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118432 on a 2009 Chevrolet Equinox.
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