After I installed this, I had no running lights when I connected my camper. So, to take it off, you just push down right here with a really small screwdriver. Now it will be easy to blame me for damaging both kits or to continue sending me damaged goods. There's a couple of relays and fuses that we have to install. This bracket is going to attach to the bottom of our hitch and use this clamp to hold it in place.
If you're looking to do some international online shopping, be sure to visit. I like to route it over the frame, back down to the bumper. I'm just going to bend that guy up and out of the way for the excess. Had I bought this locally, it would have been impossible to slip me such a shoddy replacement. This is their universal mounting bracket.
Now, our new upgrade harness will actually work with a factory 4-pole wire harness. We've got our new wire harness and basically T into the middle of these two connectors; push them together until they click. Then we'll go ahead and move this off the frame rail. . Now, the kit doesn't come with many zip ties, so you may want to go get yourself some.
Includes vehicle specific connectors, 16 gauge bonded wire, and a 7 pole round receptacle. If I could give it a 10, I would! On our battery charge circuit for our trailer, the relay goes right there. I had to use a pair of needle nose pliers to hold the connector in place while pushing the bladed end into it. I'm going to take the indirect cable; it'll go towards our bumper. Now, this is our 7-pole connector that'll eventually plug into the back of our wire harness here. Now, at this point it's personal preference how you route your wire harness to the eventual location of your 7-pole connector. This is our connection point and this is our ground.
I finally tracked the cause down to a pushed out connector on the Tow Ready adapter that inserts into the included 7-pin plug. Vehicle side pins were not located correctly- It mates to the plug without problems but no left turn, right turn, stop light or trailer brakes. This is like Ford factory. Backed by Tekonsha's 1 Year Limited Warranty. Push down in the middle and then remove it. Yes, you definitely want to take the spare tire out of the way so you can see what's going on.
Item was received in lightning fast time and in perfect condition. So, it's just basically you got to just investigate and see what you need and what you don't need. Now, a lot of times the relays and fuses are already installed onto your truck. The Tekonsha line has long been trusted by professional towers and weekend warriors for worry-free travel. This is a mounting bracket for 7-pole connectors from Pollak.
Now, typically this piece is already installed on here, but you might want to take it off before you do your installation to make it easier to snap together. To do that, I will now mount a couple of brackets to hold our 7-pole in place. A number two Phillips screwdriver will work to tighten down our hardware. When we need to use it, we just line it up and push it into place. A small pry bar or trim panel tool will work to get the classic part off here; we'll have easier access to our wire harness. Now, what this will do, it will upgrade your preexisting 4-pole harness on tow package up to a 7-pole.
Our customers pay no customs, duties, or brokerage fees, ensuring that they get the lowest prices anywhere domestically or internationally, some exclusions apply. You can pay for your order in a store or even use an international credit card. Delivery was messed up so they reshipped via FedEx and arrived when I needed it. In January of 2003, Cequent purchased Tekonsha Engineering. Easy to follow Instructions included. Our hardware kit will work with the 7-pole connector itself.