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June 2011 Troubleshooting Trailer Lights Have a light out! Let’s see why… A simple 7-way socket circuit checker and plug circuit checker are great tools to keep onboard. If you’ve noticed you have flickering lights or a group of lights out, there could be several reasons for the malfunction. Let’s troubleshoot the problem by following the simple steps below. 1. Clean both 7-way sockets on the tractor and trailer, then also clean both plugs on your electrical cable with a 7-way plug and socket brush. This may remedy your problem. 2. On the tractor, insert a socket circuit checker, into your 7-way socket. 3. Go inside the cab, and turn on each of the circuits individually, i.e. Marker Lights, Tail Lights, etc 4. Check the tester to see that only 1 LED is lit. If the proper LED’s light up, connect your 7-way electrical cable to the tractor and use the 7-way plug tester at the other end of the cable. a. b. wed c. 6. If no LED’s are lit, check fuses and relays inside the tractor. a. b. If the tractors fuses and relays are working properly, then measure the voltage of the correlating circuit breakers on the tractors 7-way socket. If there is no voltage, then there is a cut or loose wire from the fuse box to the back of the tractor. Note: You cannot diagnose a wiring problem directly at the front of the trailer with a tester, only at the back of the trailer if it is set-up as a “pup” trailer (a tractor pulling two or three trailers at a time). In which case, plug the light/ circuit tester at the rear of the trailer. Then simply turn on the flashers, marker lights, and engage the brakes to determine if all the circuits are working properly. The same process can be used by using a 7-way plug circuit checker on a 7-way cable when plugged into the back of the tractor. If the LED’s light up correctly, we have determined the problem is somewhere on the trailer. Check the circuit breakers on the trailers 7way nosebox. They may be bad or simply need to be tightened. If the circuit breakers are working properly and you still have a problem. We can assume the problem is with the trailer wiring.
OUR MISSION, OUR PASSION. MAKING THE TOWING EXPERIENCE SIMPLER AND MORE REWARDING THROUGH INNOVATION AND VALUE Hopkins Towing Solutions® is the brand engineered for ease of use and built to last. As the leader and #1 brand of DIY electrical towing products, it is our duty to enhance the user towing experience while providing incremental sales opportunities for our customers. THE INNOVATION CONTINUES. NEW FOR 2013 Hopkins® continues to introduce new and innovative products every year. Look closely throughout this guide for NEW 2013 to find out more information about this year’s introductions. InSIGHT™ BRAKE CONTROL Designed for ultimate convenience and safety, the InSIGHT FLEX-MOUNT brake control solves the problem of inconvenient mounting, out of reach controls and difficult to see displays of traditional brake controls. NEVER FADE™ LEVELS Unlike traditional yellow levels that fade to clear due to UV penetration, Never Fade levels maintain their crystal clear performance for years. SMART HITCH™ ALIGNMENT SYSTEM Backing up to hitch a trailer can be frustrating due to poor visibility. Place an extra set of eyes where you need them ... at the rear of your tow vehicle. Eliminate the guesswork by using the only aftermarket camera with hitch mode. TWIST MOUNT 7 BLADE The Endurance™ Twist-Mount 7 Blade Connector is compatible with GM Tow vehicles from 2000 to the current year. With Endurance design features this connector will last for years and be trouble free. See page 58 for full vehicle listing. WIRING KIT EXPANSION Focusing on consumer demand and buying trends we have expanded our application specific Vehicle Wiring Kit segment. For 2013 we are introducing a large number of new applications for tow, cross-over and passenger vehicles.
NOTE: FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND NOT USING THE PROVIDED HARDWARE MAY DAMAGE THE INTAKE TUBE, THROTTLE BODY AND ENGINE. TO START: 1. Turn off the ignition and disconnect the negative battery cable. NOTE: Disconnecting the negative battery cable erases pre-programmed electronic memories. Write down all memory settings before disconnecting the negative battery cable. Some radios will require an anti-theft code to be entered after the battery is reconnected. The anti-theft code is typically supplied with your owner’s manual. In the event your vehicles’ anti-theft code cannot be recovered, contact an authorized dealership to obtain your vehicles anti-theft code. 4. Unhook the fuel pressure vent line from the fuel pressure regulator. 7. Loosen the hose clamp which secures the intake tube to the throttle body. 2. Lift up the engine cover to dislodge it from the mounting grommets and then remove the cover from the vehicle. 5. Disconnect the crank case vent hose from the stock intake tube. 8. Release the four clips which secure the upper air box to the lower air box and then remove the intake tube and upper air box from the vehicle. 3. Disconnect the mass air sensor electrical connection and then unhook the wiring harness from the air box. NOTE: The wiring harness attaches in three locations. 6. Remove the bolt which secures the tube mounting bracket to the engine valve cover. 9. Loosen and remove the three bolts securing the lower air box and then remove the lower air box from the vehicle. NOTE: K&N Engineering, Inc., recommends that customers do not discard factory air intake.
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Double Din Radio Install in a 99 - 04 Jeep Grand Cherokee 1. Using a panel removal tool remove trim from around radio. 2. Remove 4 phillips head screws from radio. 3. Remove radio from dash, unplug radio. Set aside. 4. Remove 1 phillips head screw from top of radio opening as pictured below. 5. Using a dremel or oscillating tool cut and remove top half of radio subdash housing. BE CAREFUL to not hit any wiring. *In the above picture you can see where the plastics cut in the previous photos attach to the heater box. Cut these at the narrow portion using aviation sheers (tin snips). Be careful not to hit any wiring.* 6. CAREFULLY drill out plastic rivets holding vent assembly to factory radio bezel. Do not apply too much pressure, you will puncture and damage the factory bezel. Apa kabar Jendral? Sehat - sehat saja? Silahkan diCron Jendral Silahkan Jendral Abuse Reported Assign PDF Dummy To Grup Ban User Ban PDF Bing & Cron Google Scraper new! Contacts Inbox Dummy Users Featured PDF Set Specific Featured Jendral Sudah di Cron Sync SOLR Terms User manage Web to PDF Yahoo & Cron ...
INSTALLATION STEPS 1) Remove tow hook from the passenger side frame rail (5 bolts) and return to customer. 2) Remove small screw from heat shield on the passenger side frame rail and return to customer. 3) Lower exhaust for ease of installation. 4) Raise hitch into position and secure with hex bolts and conical washers as shown in the diagram above. 5) Torque all 12mm fasteners to 86 LB-FT. 6) Re-install exhaust removed in step 3. PERIODICALLY CHECK THIS RECEIVER HITCH TO ENSURE THAT ALL FASTENERS ARE TIGHT AND THAT ALL STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS ARE SOUND. Curt Manufacturing Inc., warrants this product to be free of defects in material and/or workmanship at the time of retail purchase by the original purchaser. If the product is found to be defective, Curt Manufacturing Inc., may repair or replace the product, at their option, when the product is returned, prepaid, with proof of purchase. Alteration to, misuse of, or improper installation of this product voids the warranty. Curt Manufacturing Inc.'s liability is limited to repair or replacement of products found to be defective, and specifically excludes liability for incidental or consequential loss or damage.
Congratulations on your purchase from Rigid Industries! Here are the instructions for installation of your new Rigid Lights. -20” E-Series LED Light Bar with Cradle for Lower Grill Mount. (page -Dually Fog Lights w/Brackets. 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 ...
Apr 10, 2010 ... Infiniti FX35/50 09+ DIY fog lights HID installation ... broken. If you broke clips, order some from Nissan/Infiniti dealer, or molding will be loose ☺ ... Infiniti FX35/50 09+ DIY fog lights HID installation ©2010 sobi6111 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Email me before using or modifying any of this information. Approximate time of project – 2 to 4 hours depending on skill level Skill level 3 out of 5 (need some tools and some patience and be handy ) WARNING : I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE IN ANY WAY FOR DAMAGES YOU MIGHT DO TO YOUR CAR. DO IT ON YOUR OWN RISK. Created by Artur Sobiyev SOBI6111 on 04/10/2010 Tools will be needed: 1)35w HID SLIM ballasts and H8 hid bulbs (can be any color of your choice from 3000k and up) . I used 6000k in this guide. Make sure you buy slim ballasts, or it will be hard to mount them without removing the bumper. In my case HIDs were bought from DDM tuning. Connect H8 male connectors here 2)Two Male Connectors for H8 (in order to connect HID ballasts to stock wiring without cutting anything, to make it plug-n-play) . Will let you to simply push two of your HID wires to this connector and make it direct plug in. (Look above for the picture) They look like this for example : 3) Panel, Trim and Molding Removal Set . I used it to remove side moldings without scratching or damaging anything. Works way better than screwdriver 4) Short screw driver (you need short one, as tire will be in your way and some screws right on top of it, and not so much space for long screw driver). Also will help you unscrew the fog light screw in the passenger side, as it will be next to the wash fluid reservoir and it is very limited space out there. Like this one: 5) 3/8 drive . 10mm socket drive to remove 10mm bolts. You will need to remove total 6 bolts in the whole process : 3 from each side. Infiniti FX35/50 09+ DIY fog lights HID installation ©2010 sobi6111 e-mail: email@example.com Email me before using or modifying any of this information. Approximate time of project – 2 to 4 hours depending on skill level Skill level 3 out of 5 (need some tools and some patience and be handy ) WARNING : I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE IN ANY WAY FOR DAMAGES YOU MIGHT DO TO YOUR CAR. DO IT ON YOUR OWN RISK. Created by Artur Sobiyev SOBI6111 on 04/10/2010 Tools will be needed: 1)35w HID SLIM ballasts and H8 hid bulbs (can be any color of your choice from 3000k and up) . I used 6000k in this guide. Make sure you buy slim ballasts, or it will be hard to mount them without removing the bumper. In my case HIDs were bought from DDM tuning. Connect H8 male connectors here 2)Two Male Connectors for H8 (in order to connect HID ballasts to stock wiring without cutting anything, to make it plug-n-play) . Will let you to simply push two of your HID wires to this connector and make it direct plug in. (Look above for the picture) They look like this for example : 3) Panel, Trim and Molding Removal Set . I used it to remove side moldings without scratching or damaging anything. Works way better than screwdriver 4) Short screw driver (you need short one, as tire will be in your way and some screws right on top of it, and not so much space for long screw driver). Also will help you unscrew the fog light screw in the passenger side, as it will be next to the wash fluid reservoir and it is very limited space out there. Like this one: 5) 3/8 drive . 10mm socket drive to remove 10mm bolts. You will need to remove total 6 bolts in the whole process : 3 from each side.
AT&T U-verse TV AT&T U-verse Voice with Home Alarms Your satisfaction with a working home alarm and AT&T U-verse Voice service is our objective. AT&T U-verse Voice service is provided over AT&T's world-class managed network and not the public Internet. Using one network to provide U-verse services enables AT&T to provide high quality service. Voice over IP ("VoIP") providers who utilize the public Internet are less able to control the traffic and ensure voice quality. These providers require you to purchase a high speed Internet service separately. With AT&T U-verse Voice, although you can use your high speed Internet service to manage your AT&T U-verse Voice features, the voice packets do not traverse the public Internet. The diagrams below illustrate some of the differences between AT&T's managed IP network and the separate networks used by VoIP providers who utilize the public Internet. The red dotted lines depict the path traveled by the voice packets. "PSTN" refers to the Public Switched Telephone Network. AT&T U-verse VOIP Network Another benefit of the AT&T U-verse Voice service is that AT&T does not use voice compression to deliver our AT&T U-verse Voice service. VoIP providers who utilize the public Internet commonly use some form of voice compression to reduce the amount of bandwidth needed to transport the VoIP traffic so that customers can surf the web and use the phone simultaneously. The problem with voice compression techniques is that they can cause home alarm signal distortion, potentially disabling your monitored home alarm. AT&T's U-verse network can support the bandwidth required to provide high quality Voice, TV and Internet service simultaneously and therefore does not use voice compression. AT&T has conducted extensive testing and expects that AT&T U-verse Voice will work with many types and brands of home alarms. When AT&T U-verse Voice is installed, the professional AT&T technician will configure the wiring between your U-verse service and your alarm panel in the same manner that it was configured with your local exchange telephone service.
This manual has been developed by Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America, Inc. (MEAA) with the objective of providing a step by step outline of the procedures for troubleshooting problems with your Mitsubishi 12 volt heavy duty electrical system as described below. Three elements will be discussed in this manual, and will be referred to collectively as the “electrical system”: Battery system Starting system Charging system The electrical system also includes the interconnecting wiring and electro-mechanical switches. For the electrical system to function properly and maintain a high level of operating efﬁciency, all three systems must properly work together. Problems with a vehicle’s electrical system are often misdiagnosed as a starter or alternator problem. A signiﬁcant number of products returned to MEAA under warranty and deemed “defective” by the customer are found to be “NTF” (No Trouble Found). This manual’s main function is to provide recommended procedures to assist you in properly diagnosing electrical system problems. Proper diagnosis consists of three basic questions: What are the symptoms? Basic observations seen, heard, felt or smelled What has caused the symptoms? Proper diagnostic tool use helps identify the cause of the electrical system problem or failure How is the problem ﬁxed? This step involves part repair, replacement or adjustment These procedures are designed to help you accurately troubleshoot the problem, avoid misdiagnosis and reduce NTF claims. All contribute to reduced operating costs.