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Chiesi Modulite® İnhaler nasıl uygulanır? Uygulama cihazının ağızlık koruyucu kapağını çıkarınız. Dikey tutuş sağlamak üzere, işaret ve orta parmağınızın boğumlarını tüpün üzerine, başparmağınızı ise fuşya renkli cihazın alt bölümüne yerleştiriniz. (Gerektiği durumda her iki elinizin işaret ve parmakları ile de bu tutuşu sağlayabilirsiniz. Önemli olan kendinizi nasıl daha rahat hissettiğinizdir.) Ağzınızdan mümkün olduğunca sakin, yavaş ve derin bir nefes veriniz. Fuşya renkli uygulama cihazının ağızlık bölümünü üst ve alt dişlerinizin arasına yerleştiriniz ve dudaklarınızla ağızlığı kavrayınız. Başınızı dik tutunuz ve kendinizi hazır hissettiğinizde; ağzınızdan sakin, yavaş ve derin bir nefes alırken, aynı anda tüpün üzerinde olan işaret parmağınızı/ parmaklarınızı aşağı doğru bastırınız ve nefesinizi akciğerlerinize ulaştırmaya kesintisiz devam ediniz. Birkaç saniye bekleyiniz. (Göğsünüzün yukarı hareketi, nefesinizin akciğerlere gidiyor olduğunun kanıtıdır.) Nefesinizi yavaş yavaş burnunuzdan veriniz.
26 Sep 2009
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2001-subaru-forrester.aspx Today we are going to install part number 118461 from Tow Ready, and we are going to install this part on a 2001 Subaru Forester. The connection points are inside the vehicle, in the rear, so we have to get inside the rear hatch and start pulling up the floor panels. Our connection point happens to be right here, underneath the threshold on the passengers side. You just pull it out. It has got the blue tape on it. And our T-connector will simply just snap in place, like so. And all that remains is to go ahead and attach the Modulite to the back of the sheet metal here. You can put it just any place you want but it seems pretty convenient and out of the way right here. And we can zip-tie our wires to the existing wire package here, and they will be safe and out of the way.
5 Apr 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-hyundai-santa-fe.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 118473 on a 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe. Taking a look at the wiring harness, you can see we have got two main ports coming off of the Modulite box. We have got one with the yellow and brown wires. That one is going to connect behind the drivers side tail light assembly. The other connector, with the green and red wires, is going to be connected behind the passengers side tail light assembly. We have also got a white terminal here on the drivers side connector. That is for the ground, securing that to a metal surface. The black box in the middle is our converter box. And then, coming off the other end, we have got our 4-pole connector. And that will be staying inside the vehicle in this application. Okay, now we are inside the cargo region of the Santa Fe here. And our connection point is going to be located behind the tail light assemblies on the inside of the vehicle. To be able to gain access to both of those points, we are going to need to remove the interior. Also we have to remove these components here at the bottom, which will also allow us to remove the rear threshold piece. And that is where we are going to route the wires from one side to the other. With those screws removed, we can remove the rear threshold piece. We will also be removing two side compartments as well. And we will want to come in behind the panels here and gently pry those away as well. And with the panel pulled back here, right below the speaker, you can see the connector that we are going be tapping into. We want to depress this tab right here on the inside, and that will allow us to pull the connectors apart. Okay, with those pulled apart, we want to put our harness in line and just feed our wire below the panel here. You will also note here on the drivers side we have got a common grounding point. Taking our white wire, with the ring terminal on it, and connecting it to that point as well. Next, we are going to go ahead and take and adhere our black box to a metal surface in here. We will probably feed it right through that hole, that opening here toward the fender well. Or you can actually feed it inside this compartment here. And now we just want to go ahead and put everything back together. Our 4-pole connector, I am just going to feed below and out the open compartment here. Okay, with the interior of the vehicle put back together, you can see we have got the 4-pole coming out here. When you want to use it, you can pull it out the rear tailgate and close the door on it. And the weatherstripping will prevent it from being pinched, so you do not have to worry about that. When you are not using it, you can leave it either stored just here in the rear. This will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118473 on a 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe.
22 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Install-Wiring-2009-ToyotaHighlander.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 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 We just want to plug our harness directly into that right there and then we will mount the modulite box somewhere on the underside there. Our modulite box has double sided tape on the back of it which we want to clean off the metal surface. With the modulite box taped up we just want to secure any loose wires that we might have using the cable ties that are provided in the kit. Then we will go back to the rear and connect the other part of the harness. We are in the rear cargo area of the vehicle and we are going to need to basically uninstall all of the inner portion here. So that we can gain access behind this cargo lid down below where the plug is actually located. 1:44 To do that we are going to need to remove the side cover here and the rear plate as well. Setting them off to the side as well as the passenger side cover. We need to remove the two push pins that are holding the center section in here and here. Inside the driver side cargo hatch here we want to uninstall the thumbscrews holding it in place. Then we should be able to remove the side cargo hatch here. When we do we will have to make sure we will have to manipulated around this section here because this piece does not come out. So we are going to need to pry away this edge here, like so. You can see with the hatch removed now this is my four pin connector. That is what we are going to be plugging in the remaining section of our harness into. You will push that in until you hear a click. Now we are going to figure out a routing possibility for our four pole. We can either leave it inside the vehicle and route it this way or store it in this compartment here. You could also bring it outside the vehicle there is a knockout here in this bottom section. You can slit a hole in there and run your 4 pole down through there below the vehicle. I will take my last cable tie and just tie this to the harness. Feeding it towards the center section of the vehicle. Then we are just going to route it along right here. That area right there should allow me to reinstall the cargo area and not damage the wire. Then we will go ahead and put that back into place now. Now you can see the cargo piece back in place the wire feeds nicely through. That will allow us to store it in the center section here when not in use. As you can see now that it is stored in the rear you can just pull it out the back hatch when you want to go ahead and use it. You dont have any fear of ping the hatch on it because the weather strip right here will help protect the wire from being pinched. Once again if you are not using it then you can just store it inside the vehicle inside the center compartment. 4:40 Now we are under to hood. Over here on the drivers side, right by the battery is the fuse location. WE are going to go ahead and remove the lid and you want to check with your owners manual, or on some of the newer models they are actually listed here on the backside. You want to find the location that is marked Towing and our 10 amp fuse there. You will note that on the top of the lead it states to use a 30 amp fuse for the towing location, but for our purposed we only need the 10 amp fuse. And with the fuse installed our installation is complete. This will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118449 on a 2009 Toyota Highlander.
30 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-2004-volvo.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2004 Volvo XC90, we will be installing the modulite wiring harness kit part number 119190KIT. We are inside the cargo region of the vehicle here. We are going to need to go ahead and dissect most of the rear to gain access to wiring points that we are going to be attaching to. The actual connection points are located behind the interior panels here. To gain access to those, we are going to need to start by removing the cargo floor here and release the straps on each side. Then we can just take the handle here in the center and pull that up. If you want to just set that off to the side for the time being. Next I am going to remove the corner cover here. Then next we want to remove this interior panel here. 00:40 With the access panel removed, you can see there are two allen type screws that are holding the tail light assembly onto the vehicle. You have got one here and one right here. To remove them I am just going to take a pair of vice scripts, them over and I am just going to unscrew it like a normal screw. And with those two removed, we can come back out to the outside of the vehicle and pull the tail light assembly off. As you can see we have got multiple wires feeding the tail light assembly, so we are going to need to test those to figure out which wires we are looking to tap in to. I am going to start by actually taking a self tapping screw and running it to the back side into the metal of the back side of the tail light housing here for our ground wire.01:25. So, first I am going to test for the left turn function, and it appears to be the green wire here. Next, we are going to test for the running light wire that appears to be the white wire. And then lastly, we will test for the brake wire, and that looks to be our yellow wire here. And those are the three connections we are going to need to make here on the drivers side. You will note that the modulite box itself is fairly large. Now there is not a decent place to mount it here on the outside of tail light assembly, so what I am going to do is go ahead and take these wires here and feed them through this grommet from the inside of the vehicle out, and we will make our connections here. So taking the scotch locks provided with the installation kit, we want to go ahead and make our connections to those wires there. The brown here on the harness, switches our running light feed, will connect to the white wire. Our yellow wire is our left turn, which was the green on the vehicle. And then the red wire, brake light, connects to the yellow wire on the vehicle. We previously screwed our ground stud into the back of the tail light assembly, so what I want to do next is take the white wire from the harness, which is our ground wire, strip back a little bit of the jacketing, and take our ring terminal that is provided with our kit, slide that on there, and we just want to crimp that on there. 2:43 With those components hooked up, we can go ahead and put our grommet back in, reinstall our drivers side assembly. We are back inside the vehicle here and you can see our modulite box is kind of hanging freely from where we made our connections through the tail light. There is double sided tape on the back of the modulite box that we can use to adhere it to the inside of the vehicle. Or you can see on the sides here we have got some holes that we can use some self tapping screws to mount to the metal here. Considering its position I am going to go ahead and do that. With the modulite box mounted, we can go ahead and feed our green wire across underneath here and over to the passenger side tail light assembly where we are going to be hooking it up. We can also take the 4-pole as well and route it through that same opening. And then at this time we can also connect our larger lead black wire to the black lead on the modulite box itself. Again we can route it through the same opening that we routed the other two wires through and it is going to be connected directly to the battery. You may notice when routing your green wire across that the lead is not quite long enough for you. If that is the case, you may have to take an extra piece of green wire, like I am going to do here, and just extend it. 3:50 And with our green routed out behind the tail light assembly, we just want to go ahead and connect it to the right turn wire which, again, on this side is the green wire. Okay, we can reinstall the passenger side tail light now. Go back to the center and attach it to the battery. To gain easier access to our battery here, we want to go ahead and remove this protective shroud. There are three screws holding it on. With the battery exposed, we can go ahead and pick one of the terminals here to connect our black wire to. I am going to use the accessory one over here to the side. We just simply want to remove the nut from the top. Then we want to take our fuse holder and we are going to cut it in half. The one side we are going to connect the ring terminal to and that is going to go directly to the battery. The other end we are going to connect the butt connector and it is going to attach to our black lead here. For this larger modulite wiring harness we are going to be using the 15 amp fuse that is provided with the modulite itself. Then we just want to take the wire ties that are provided with our installation kit and go ahead and zip tie up any of the access wire that we may have. Next we are going to put the cover back on the battery then we can go ahead and start reinstalling the interior of the vehicle. Again we are going to leave the 4-pole in the center compartment for the time being and I can show you how we can go ahead and pull that out when we want to use it. With the vehicle reinstalled again, you can see our 4-pole here. When you want to use the 4-pole, you can simply pull it out the rear hatch of the vehicle. The weather stripping here on the back side will prevent the wire from being pinched. And with that, that will conclude the installation of modulite wiring harness part number 119190KIT.
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-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-2000-ford-windstar.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 118366 from Tow Ready on a 2000 Ford Windstar. To get started, what we want to do is go ahead and lift up the tailgate and start taking off the passengers side tail light. Okay, the connection points are going to be on the gray connector here and the black connector. The green one is for the reverse light lead, and we will have nothing to do with that. We have got a lot of wires to hook up, so we are going to do it one step at a time. First off, we have got our 4-pole here, which will get run through the grommet to the inside and be stored by the jack storage compartment when we are not using it. But for now we are just going to go ahead and just tuck it down in the cavity here, just to get it out of our way. Next, this is the yellow wire this is what goes over to the drivers side of the vehicle. So what is going to happen here is that this is actually going to be routed out to the other side. And all that is going to do is come out to the side, come out here, and then back over, underneath the bumper fascia. So we will just keep that out of our way for now. And these extra wires here, this is a ground screw - that is going to get grounded to the body of the vehicle. And then also, there are two other leads here. The red lead will not be used, so the only thing that is left over is our blue wire. And this one gets run straight to the battery. We will put that out of our way, too. So, we know which wires go where we will start making our connections to the tail light. The lead with the green wire is going to go to our turn signal circuit, which is going to be yellow here. Okay, we will go ahead and disconnect the lead for the turn signal. Pop it off, and pop the new one back into place. And then the other half, we will plug back into the factory wiring harness. And there are a lot of wires here, but one step at a time, we will get through it. All right, and the next wire here has a brown and red. Brown is for the running light, and the red is going to be for the brake signal. And that is going to go to this circuit here for running light and brakes. So we will take this one apart, plug one half in, and plug the other half into the wiring harness. So, our connections to the tail light are done. Go ahead and just put this back down, out of the way. Next what we will do is go ahead and run our 4-pole into the jack storage compartment through this grommet right here. So what we are going to do is pull off the grommet and what we are going to do is just put a slice right through here. Our wires will fit right in there, and then we will just push it back into the jack storage compartment - as much as you can, all the way out. Leave a little slack in the wire, and then go ahead and tuck the wire back in, just like that, and then go ahead and just reinstall the grommet. Next we will go ahead and attach our ground screw, pretty much right straight to the body. To run our power wire out the bottom, we will just go ahead and drill a hole through the sheet metal here, and then just install a simple rubber grommet. Now we will run our power wire up through there, up to the module. We will hook up our black wire it is going to get run up to the battery, to our blue wire, which is labeled 12 volt from battery. Okay, we are back to our yellow wire. Again, what is going to happen is this we are going to run it out the bottom of the tail light here and then back, underneath all this plastic fascia all the way across. So what we will do is pull this off to the side and just kind of tuck it in for now, just like so. Next we will take our Modulite box and just attach it to the sheet metal behind it, and then we will go ahead and put our tail light assembly back into place. To get underneath the bumper fascia, we are going to have to take out all these little screws going across here. And what we are going to do is tuck our wires right behind the fascia. And when we put it back together, the top edge of the bumper fascia will hold the yellow wire in place going all the way across. Once we have got all our wires run all the way across, we can go ahead and reinstall the screws. Let us go ahead and take off the drivers side tail light and make our connection behind that. Again, the connection point that we want to make is right behind the turn signal circuit. We will pop that off, and make our connection. All right, once we make our connections, we can go ahead and reinstall our tail light.
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.
30 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2010-subaru-forrester.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2010 Subaru Forester we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118467. We are in the rear cargo area of the Forester and we want to locate the port that we are going to be plugging our wiring harness into. This port is located underneath the cargo floor over on the driver side of the vehicle. We are going to need to remove a few pieces before we can get started. We obviously need to remove the covering not only in the center section but on the driver side as well. Then we need to remove the styrofoam storage bin on both the center and driver side sections as well. For the driver side compartment there is actually two push pins that are holding it into position. 00:29 If you pull that out of the way, attached to this wiring harness is our plug in that we are going to be attaching our wiring harness into. What we can do is next take our wiring harness and plug it in line and make sure your 10 amp fuse is in place. We next take the modulite box and you can see we have got double sided tape on the back of it. We want to adhere that to the inside of the vehicle. If you actually follow back here behind the interior panel there is a off there and that is a good spot to mount our modulite box. It is a good idea to clean that area off before you attempt to adhere the box to the vehicle. 01:01 The 4-pole end of the harness is intended to stay inside the vehicle when not in use. So we are actually going to feed it out the side area which will be in between the interior panel and the styrofoam compartment once we get everything reinstalled. Just set that off to the side here. I am going to take the provided zip ties that are included with our kit and tie all of our loose wires to this main harness. Next we can start reinstalling our interior. You can see with our interior reinstalled our harness sits nicely over to the side. When we want to use it again we just want to pull it out the rear cargo door of the vehicle. You can close the cargo door on it and not have to worry about it being pinched. The weather stripping will prevent that from happening. This will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118467.
23 Nov 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Wiring-Install-2001-Subaru-Outback.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2001 Subaru Outback Wagon we are going to be installing part number 118461 from Tow Ready. The first thing we are going to do is get inside the trunk and locate our factory towing harness kit. In the instructions it does state that it is located on the driver side of the vehicle, but on some yours it can be on the alternate side. As you can see we found our plug in. :26 Alright now we are going to take our wiring harness and take the male end and plug it into the female end. You will hear a click once it is in position. Then you want to make sure the fuse is there before you tuck it away. Then we want to clean a spot for our modulite box, we are going to go ahead and put it right here. Then we will peel off the two sided tape and stick on the cleaned off spot we made. 1:01 Then we are going to take our wire and tuck it back, out of the way. Now our trunk is back together so we are going to show you how to store and use your wiring harness. Lift up your lower trunk panel, and in your storage area you will see that the wiring harness was sitting inside there. To use it we are going to pull out our wiring harness , hang on to it, and close our trunk. As you can see, there is plenty of room for your applications, but make sure when you close the trunk you keep the wire away from the center latch so it does not smash or cut your wires. To store it when not in use you want to lift up your trunk panel again, set it down inside the compartment here and close your lid. This will complete the install of part number 118461 from Tow Ready.
23 Nov 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-Wiring-Harness-Install-2009-Subaru-Forester.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2009 Subaru Forester we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118467. We are at the rear of the vehicle and the port that we are going to need to plug our wiring harness into is located inside the cargo area underneath the floor board over here on the driver side of the vehicle. We are going to need to remove quite a few pieces to gain access to the port. The driver side styrofoam has a few retaining fasteners holding it in to position. To remove those you can either use a flat headed screwdriver or you could use a rivet removal tool. 00:33 With those two fasteners removed we can remove the styrofoam section on the driver side and with that removed we can see our port that we are going to be plugging into. It is located right here. With the port located we can take our wiring harness and plug it in line. We want to make sure that the main fuse is in position as well. You can see we do need to mount the modulite box that has double sided tape on the back side. What I want to do is make sure that the surface area is clean that we are going to be adhering to. It might not be a bad idea to take a light solvent and clean that off first. Then just peel back the covering on the tape and adhere it to the surface area. 01:18 With our box mounted I am just going to take some of the provided zip ties and just tie the wiring to this main harness. With the wires tied up out of the way we can start reinstalling the interior. What we are trying to do, see we have got our 4-pole, we are going to run it out the opening in between the interior panel and the styrofoam. Again we just want to reinstall the rivets that we had removed earlier. From there, essentially our installation is complete. When you want to use the harness just pull it out the rear cargo door and make our connection to the trailer. You can close the door on there, the weather stripping at the threshold will prevent the wiring from being pinched so you do not have to worry about that. With that, that will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118467 on a 2009 Subaru Forester.
23 Nov 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2008-honda-civic.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturers installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2008 Honda Civic we are going to install part number 118420 from Tow Ready. This is our T-One wiring harness. First, we are going to get inside the trunk area. We will show you the layout of the T-One connector. The yellow wire goes to the driver side, so does the red and brown wire. The green wire will go all the way to the passenger side. :20 Just use simple clamps to hold the cover up into place. Next, we will remove the threshold panel right here. We will remove the panel right here by removing these two fasteners. You should be able to pull it out enough to get to our connection points. We will then start making our wire connections. :40 The connection for the red and brown wires will fit right here. Make sure they match up so you know you have the right part. Snap this back into the tail light and take your factory harness and plug it back into the T-One. Now we will deal with the yellow wire, it will be your turn signal circuit. Pull this tab out and it comes apart. Plug that into our T-One connector and the T-One connector into the tail light. Next we will install our ground. We will use this factory ground right here. We are done with that side, now lets take our green wire and run that across to the passenger side. Repeat the same process with that wire. This will be our connection point for our green wire. Next we will find a place for our modulite. We will adhear it to the backside of the body work right here. We will take a second here to zip tie our wires up and take care of the slack. Snap our threshold back in place. 2:01 We have our wiring installed, I will show you how to use it. Pull it out, set it on this seal right here because it is thick enough that it will not hurt it when you shut the hatch on it. Just make sure you stay away from the latch right here, and pull out what you need to reach your trailer hitch or trailer. When you are not using it you can keep it safely stored away with the spare tire so it will not be sitting outside all the time getting corroded up. With that, that will finish our install of part number 118420 from Tow Ready.
23 Nov 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-wiring-install-2007-honda-odyssey.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2007 Honda Odyssey we are going to be installing wiring harness part number 118438. We are in the rear cargo area of the Odyssey and we want to locate the port that we are going to plug our wiring harness into. The port is actually located inside of the vehicle directly behind the passenger side interior panel. To gain access to that we are going to have to remove a few of these interior pieces. We first need to remove the middle threshold section. We first want to remove the threaded tie down hooks at the rear threshold piece. With those removed we just want to take and gently pry it up from the bottom and what we are attempting to do is release the clips that are not only on the rear section but at the bottom as well. You may find that with it removed that some of the fasteners stayed inside of the vehicle. You do want to remove these and put them back on the threshold piece for reion after we are done. 00:47 Then we need to pop back the interior panel on the passenger side. We also need to remove the tie down point off of this panel as well. Again we are going to release the clips that are holding the interior panel at the rear edge. What I am using is a basic panel removal tool. With the panel pulled back and you look towards the bottom you can see we have got an electrical junction box that has got multiple plugs plugged into it. We are going to be taking our wiring harness and plugging it in to the port that is open at the upper right hand corner. Next we are going to take our harness and plug it in. Next we want to take the white wire that has got a ring terminal on it which is our ground wire. We are going to mount it to our factory ground stud located right next to the electrical junction box. Next we are going to take the modulite box and adhere it to the interior of the vehicle. Somewhere in this area back in here you want to thoroughly clean that area off with a light solvent before attempting to adhere the box to it. 01:53 From there we are going to take the 4-pole end of our harness. We are going to feed it across the rear threshold section to its final storage position which is going to be inside the jack storage department on the driver side. We will take the 4-pole and feed it under the driver side interior panel and inside the jack storage department. That is going to be its final storage location. When you want to use the 4-pole harness you just remove it out of the jack storage department. You will pull it out the rear cargo door of the Odyssey and attach it to your trailer. From there we just want to install the interior that we removed earlier. We will go up to the front of the vehicle where we will put our final fuse in to position. We are up inside the front of the vehicle and I am at the floor board of the passenger side seat. We have got our factory fuse block located right here. We need to put a fuse in line to fully activate our wiring harness at the rear. You want to remove the cover and if you look in the back we are looking for fuse position number five. We are going to be taking our 7-1/ 2 amp fuse that is provided with our wiring harness kit and plugging it into that location. Next we want to take the small label that is provided with our kit, the small sticker we are going to place right over the open spot at the number five terminal and that is going to let us know that that fuse is now active and in use for our tow package. From there we just want to put the cover back on and our installation will be complete. That will conclude the installation of wiring harness part number 118438 on a 2007 Honda Odyssey.
24 Nov 2010
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