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Wiring Instructions for Auxiliary switches **Always disconnect battery before servicing any fuses or electrical system** Your Raptor is equipped with four factory “Upfitter” auxiliary switches, we need to get power to them. There are two locations that need to be addressed, inside the glove box and in the engine compartment under the hood. We will start with the glove box. Open the glove box normally and empty out. On the rear right and left sides there are tabs holding the box in place. Inside of the glove box, reach into the left and right inside of the box, pull in the sides where there is a tab holding it in place, the box should swing downward and towards the floor of the truck. Glove box tab released. Inside of the glove box area there is an access panel, pull towards you to remove it and expose the wiring under the dashboard. After removing the access panel you will need to locate two bundles of 4 wires each. These wires are what you will need to mate to gain switch control to your lights. Your lights will operate normally with the stock fuse configuration, we highly recommend changing to the proper fuse noted to protect your lights against potential damage from being over fused. Locating the under-hood wiring for accessory hookup, It is on the passenger side of the truck above the wheel well. There are 4 wires, Blue, Red, Green and Purple. Refer to your owners manual if you need help locating these. Red wire is for the 20” Lower Grill LED(switch 1) Green wire is for pair of inner Dually fog lights(switch 2) Blue wire is for pair of outer Dually fog lights(switch 3) These are the hot wires that will be connecting your lights to your switches. The ground loops from your wiring harness will be secured using provided self drilling TEK screw installed next to the battery on the passenger side inner fender. There are also stock bolts on the fender well that can be used if needed. Standard grounding principles apply. ...
2012 IIHS “Top Safety Pick” F-150 SuperCrew has earned the highest possible rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Standard safety equipment includes: AdvanceTrac® with class™ exclusive RSC® (Roll Stability Control™), Personal Safety System, Safety Canopy ® System, and SOS Post-Crash Alert System™ Maximum capability when properly equipped. See your Ford Dealer for specific equipment and other limitations. 2 EPA-estimated non-hybrid engine 4x2 fuel economy. 3Small V8 engines of 5.0L or less displacement. Vehicles shown on closed course with professional drivers. Obey all laws. Respect the environment. Know your vehicle, the course and required equipment before high-speed off-roading. 2013 F-150 ford.com 3.5L EcoBoost/ 6-Speed Automatic (left) 365 hp @ 5,000 rpm 420 lb.-ft. torque @ 2,500 rpm 6.2L V8/6-Speed Automatic 5 (right) 411 hp @ 5,500 rpm 434 lb.-ft. torque @ 4,500 rpm 3.7L V6/6-Speed Automatic (left) 302 hp @ 6,500 rpm 278 lb.-ft. torque @ 4,000 rpm 5.0L V8/6-Speed Automatic (right) 360 hp @ 5,500 rpm 380 lb.-ft. torque @ 4,250 rpm 3.7L Ti-VCT 4-Valve V6 FFV It delivers torque that no other standard V6 can beat along with outstanding fuel efficiency. Piston-cooling jets inside this engine spray oil directly on the underside of the pistons to help keep them cool under extreme operating conditions. As a flex-fuel vehicle (FFV) engine, the 3.7L can run on E85, gasoline or any combination of the two. 17 city/23 hwy/19 combined mpg 2 Horsepower. Torque. Fuel efficiency. The numbers speak for themselves. Get best-in-class 411 hp and 434 lb.-ft. of torque with the 6.2L V8.1 Enjoy unsurpassed V6 torque and up to 23 mpg hwy2 with the standard 3.7L V6. Or take your pick of powerful combinations in between. With the only standard 6-speed automatic transmission in the class and available SelectShift Automatic,® you can’t go wrong. Twin independent variable cam timing (Ti-VCT) enables precise control of the camshafts on 3 of these high-tech engines to help give you better fuel efficiency and more power than their predecessors. Engineered to meet the most stringent standards for long-lasting durability, every engine in this lineup is proven over millions of miles of harsh laboratory and real-world testing. They’re all Built Ford Tough.
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Dodge Dakota Fuel Pump Positioning/Alignment The Problem: Because of the narrow fuel tank design on Dodge Dakota pickups (1991-96), fuel pump replacement requires precise positioning of the fuel pump module assembly. Improper positioning results in inaccurate fuel-level readings due to obstruction of the fuel-level sending unit float within the tank. Failure to properly align the new pump and installing with even a small amount of offset from the original factory position can lead to binding of the float arm on the fuel tank sidewall. The fuel pump module assembly, when properly aligned, allows free movement of the fuel-level sending unit float and arm (oval 1). 1PROPERLY POSITIONED FUEL PUMP MODULE ASSEMBLY The fuel pump module assembly, when improperly aligned, causes interference between the fuel-level sending unit float and fuel tank sidewall (oval 2). 2IMPROPERLY POSITIONED FUEL PUMP MODULE ASSEMBLY Fuel Delivery Systems TSB-0805-01_ATX 407 West Main Street . Fairfield, IL 62837 Tech Line: 800.424.7839 airtexproducts.com ©2006 Airtex Products, LP Dodge Dakota Fuel Pump Positioning/Alignment The Solution: The Airtex E7050M fuel pump module assembly is marked with an alignment arrow to ensure proper positioning. However, in many cases it may be difficult to see the corresponding alignment indicator on the original fuel tank due to dirt, road grime, or tank position when installing the new assembly. If this is the case, refer to the guidelines listed in this document to ensure proper fuel pump module assembly alignment and accurate fuel-level readings. VEHICLE FRONT Ensure that tank alignment indicator is properly positioned relative to the fuel pump module assembly alignment indicator (top photo detail). If alignment indicators are not visible due to contamination or fuel tank position, ensure that pump is positioned per the reference marks relative to the front and rear of the vehicle. If vehicle fuel lines do not align with pump fuel line outlet, reposition pump fuel line outlet ONLY (not entire module) by turning clockwise in its grommet. NOTE: Verify proper tank to fuel pump module assembly alignment after final tightening of lock ring.
WHERE TO ATTACH - Trailer Side Right turn of vehicle’s wiring harness Left turn of vehicle’s wiring harness 6-Way & 7-Way GREEN YELLOW WHITE BROWN BLUE RED PURPLE RIGHT TURN LEFT TURN GROUND TAIL / MARKER BRAKE BATTERY BACK UP 4-Way & 5-Way Trailer’s ground point - metal, uncoated, rustproof Taillight of vehicle’s wiring harness Electric brake control Fuse block or FUSED battery lead Back up of vehicle’s wiring harness Trailer’s taillights Trailer brakes Break away kit Back up lights (if available) TM NOTE: Identify the wires on your vehicle and trailer by function only. Color coding is not standard among all manufacturers. 6-WIRE ROUND WIRING DIAGRAM 7-WAY RV BLADE WIRING DIAGRAM Brake and Auxiliary Power have two different industry standards. Identify which way your trailer is wired before wiring connectors. tail / marker Back Up Ground left turn Auxiliary / Brake See note above. Auxiliary Tail / Marker Brake / Auxiliary See note above. right turn tail / marker right turn left turn Auxiliary Tail / Marker Ground Brake Auxiliary / Brake See note above. Ground Back Up left turn Ground Brake / Auxiliary See note above. right turn Brake left turn right turn TM HOPKINS™ MODEL NO. 48245 TRAILER WIRING DIAGRAM Right Rear Side Marker (Amber) Located as far forward as practical exclusive of tongue (D.O.T. MVSS 108) 3 Rear Markers (Red) Needed For Trailers Over 80" Wide Right / Stop & Turn (Green Wire) (Green Wire) (Brown Wire) Left / Stop & Turn (Yellow Wire) Ground To Vehicle (White Wire) Tail, License, Side Marker (Brown Wire) Ground To Trailer (White Wire) Side Marker (Amber) Left Rear (with License Plate Bracket)
WIRING PLUG DIAGRAM 7-Way Pin Style (Trailer side) Wire Color Key 7-Way 6-Way 5-Way 4-Way Green Yellow Brown White Red Blue Purple 7-Way Pin Style (Car side) Taillights Ground Back-up Lights Electric Brakes Left Turn & Brake Auxiliary Power Right Turn & Brake Back-up Lights Ground Taillights Electric Brakes Right Turn & Brake Auxiliary Power Left Turn & Brake Trailer side Trailer side Trailer side Trailer side Right Turn & Brake Left Turn & Brake Electric Brakes Ground Trailer side Car side Taillights Ground Electric Brakes Back-up Lights Right Turn & Brake Leftt Turn & Brake 4-Way Round (Car side) Right Turn & Brake Taillights Left Turn & Brake Ground 5-Way Flat (Car side) Back-up Lights Right Turn & Brake Left Turn & Brake Taillights Ground 4-Way Flat (Trailer side) Car side 6-Way Round (Car side) Taillights Right Turn & Brake Ground Left Turn & Brake 5-Way Flat (Trailer side) Car side Auxiliary Power Taillights Right Turn & Brake Left Turn & Brake Back-up Lights Ground Electric Brakes Taillights Electric Brakes Ground Back-up Lights Left Turn & Brake Right Turn & Brake 4-Way Round (Trailer side) Car side 7-Way RV Blade Style (Car side) Taillights Auxiliary Power Left Turn & Brake Right Turn & Brake Back-up Lights Electric Brakes Ground 6-Way Round (Trailer side) Car side Trailer side 7-Way RV Blade Style (Trailer side) Car side Back-up Lights Right Turn & Brake Left Turn & Brake Taillights Ground 4-Way Flat (Car side) Right Turn & Brake Left Turn & Brake Taillights Ground
6 Way Plug Wiring Diagram Standard Wiring* Post Purpose Wire Color TM Park Lights Brown GD Ground Black (or White) S Trailer Brakes Blue LT Left Turn/Brake Light Yellow RT Right Turn/Brake Light Green A Accessory Red The most common variances on this diagram will be the (blue/brake) & (red/Acc.) wires will be inverted. If there is no red or blue wire and there is both a black & a white wire, normally, the black will be brakes and the white ground. * Always test wires for function and wire accordingly. This wiring scheme is for reference only. copyright © 2001, Country Trailer Sales All Rights Reserved
Note: US Dept. of Transportation requires that trailers * Install auto reset circuit breaker in positive [Black] wire from battery to brake controller. 20 amp for 4 magnets 30 amp for 6 or more magnets. Trailers with 8000# or larger axles should have magnet amp requirements determined before sizing circuit breaker. * Red wire connects to [cold -non activated] side of brake pedal stop lite switch. * Black wire connects to 12VDC positive * White wire connects to battery negative * Blue - Brake controller output to trailer electric brakes. * Improper connection of Positive and Negative wires MAY damage or destroy brake controller. * Confirm wiring diagram instructions with your Brake Control Manufacturer. equipped with brakes have a trailer break away system for activation of the trailer brakes, in the event that the trailer should become detached from the tow vehicle during highway travel. * Trailers equipped with electric brakes typically use an emergency breakaway battery kit such as the TAP*Brakemaster* kit. * The battery for this system MUST be able to maintain brake activation for 15 minutes minimum. The break away system normally contains a battery trickle charger for battery maintenence. Tow Vehicle Stop Lites Brake pedal stop lite switch [+] Auto reset circuit breaker Red Black Pos + 12vdc Neg Negative Ground -- Blue Wire to Trailer electric Brakes White Dash Mounted Electric Brake Controller Generic Electric Brake Wiring Diagram for Dash Mounted Brake controller & Trailer mounted TAP* Brakemaster* Electric breakaway kit Tips * Solder or use compression crimp connectors for best system operation. * DO NOT USE Pinch type connectors Electric brakes have about a 3 amp current consumption per magnet@ max power output. *Loose connections can cause extreme loss of braking power. www.championtrailers.com
7 Way Plug Wiring Diagram Standard Wiring* Post Purpose Wire Color TM Park Light Green (+) Battery Feed Black RT Right Turn/Brake Light Brown LT Left Turn/Brake Light Red S Trailer Electric Brakes Blue GD Ground White A Accessory Yellow This is the most common (Standard) wiring scheme for RV Plugs and the one used by major auto manufacturers today. * Always test wires for function and wire accordingly. This wiring scheme is for reference only. copyright © 2001, Country Trailer Sales All Rights Reserveda
(Toyota Venza) Open rear tailgate. Remove threshold, trunk floor panels and trays. Set aside all items removed being careful not to damage parts. On both sides of the vehicle, remove cargo loops, so that the trim panels can be carefully pulled away from the vehicle. (Camry) Open trunk and remove threshold panel. Partially remove the corner felt trunk liner, on both sides, exposing the vehicle’s taillight wiring harness. (Camry Hybrid) The vehicle battery will be located in the trunk on the passenger side. ® On the Driver’s side, disconnect the vehicle wiring harness from the taillight socket. Plug the Hopkins TConnector end with the yellow wire in-between the mating plugs on the driver’s side taillight socket and vehicle wiring harness. On the driver’s side, route the T-Connector end with the green wire to the passenger’s side along the threshold ® and behind the panels. Disconnect the vehicle wiring harness from the taillight socket. Plug the Hopkins TConnector end with the green wire in-between the mating plugs on the passenger’s side taillight socket and vehicle wiring harness. Route the wire with the 4-flat connector to near center of door / tailgate latching mechanism. On the driver’s side, locate and secure the T-Connector black converter box with ny-ties (provided) to prevent damage or rattling and being careful to avoid areas that would cut or pinch the wires. Locate a suitable grounding point near the black converter module to attach to vehicle’s frame. Clean dirt, paint and rustproofing from area. Drill a 3/32” hole and secure white wire with ring terminal using self tapping screw (provided). Verify what is behind any surface prior to drilling to avoid damage to the vehicle. Do not drill into any exposed surfaces. Attach the red power feed wire (provided) by crimping the yellow butt splice on the black converter box assembly. Route the red power feed wire to the vehicle battery, and secure to vehicle with ny-ties (provided) as needed. Route the red power wire across or outside the trunk to the vehicle battery being careful to avoid sharp edges or being pinched. Install the fuse assembly with the yellow butt splice (provided) onto the red 12 ga. power feed wire crimping the ...