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Tow Ready 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Wiring Harness Installation - 2019 Ford F-250 Super Duty

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How to Install the Tow Ready 5th Wheel/Gooseneck Wiring Harness on a 2019 Ford F-250 Super Duty


Hello neighbors, it's Brad here at etrailer. And today we're taking a look, and installing the tow-ready in bed seven way plug that attaches to your factory seven way. So here we have our plug installed and it's pretty nice. It's got a spring-latched lid here. And that's gonna keep the elements out of there. It's also gonna latch onto our seven-way plug when putting in place.

Now having our plug here in the bed, it's gonna be great for when doing a gooseneck or a 5th wheel because you can run your power here and not have to run it off the back of the truck. It's super easy to install. You are gonna have to drill on the side of your bed, which seems a little scary, but really, you should be able to get this done pretty quickly and you're gonna be plugging into factory harnesses, so there's really no splicing involved. It's just plug and play. Now, this is gonna be an ideal setup for when running your gooseneck or 5th wheels, and that way you can plug directly in your bed, without having to run your wires to the outside of the truck.

So to begin our install, we're actually going to be drilling in a hole. I'm using a 2 1/8 inch hole saw and that's gonna allow us to put our plug in place. So right here and then you wanna check the back side to make sure that there's nothing there. Then we'll go ahead and get a little pilot hole and get going on the hole. So now I'm gonna go back on this hole here and just kind of give it the quick filing down to get some of those burrs off then I'm gonna put a little bit of clear coat there just to keep it from corroding long term.

So now, we're gonna take our two plugs, feed them down through the hole. It's gonna be a little tricky. You may have to kind of stagger those wires to where it'll sit properly. But, once through, lightly feed that in that's gonna leave us with this plug. Now we also have our seven way here.

So this is going to attach to it. We're going to get these holes drilled up. So firstly, let's go ahead and clip this together. Okay. And then make sure that this is facing obviously the proper orientation for the plug. Right about there. And now I'm going to run just tiny little pilot holes in here and we'll get that mounted up. So now we're going to go ahead and get this all cleaned up and then we're gonna head under the vehicle to make our connections happen. So now we have our wires running down from the side of our bed. I'm gonna just kind of feed this over and I'll be able to zip tie to kind of kick this clean. Along with that other looming. So just feed it over the frame, it's gonna be quite and easier if you have your spare tire dropped down, as you're gonna have a little bit more room here to work with it. So pretty simple. We find our plug here that goes to our factory seven way. We're going to go ahead and unplug. And then this is gonna just simply, make those connections and jump it into it. So if you're gonna take the other end. Put that in place. And then this is gonna go where our previous plug was. Now, if you can see, the wires are kind of tight here. So I might actually reroute them a little bit cleaner over here, and that way the wires can reach this way. This wire allows me to pull some of that slack through and we can go ahead and get this all zip tied up later. But let's make sure that we have all our plugs in place and everything nice and clean. So now go ahead, make that connection. Snap this into the factory plug here. So now all that's left to do, is get these wires tucked up. I've gone ahead and zip tied up my wires. We had some supplied ones in the kit. But I opted for a little heavier duty ones that we have here at etrailer. They're a little bit longer and make it easier. But, really as long as it's staying up out of the way of the leaf springs or anything catching it on the road, you should be good. So now that we have everything installed, all this left to do is actually test our light functions. So I'm gonna go ahead and start by doing running lights. Next I'll do, my left turn signal, my right turn signal, and then finally my brakes. And that was the look. The tow ready in bed Seven way plug for your vehicle prep with a seven way already..


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Employee Jeff D
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Jeff D
Employee Jacob T
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Jacob T
Employee Dustin K
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Dustin K
Employee Chris R
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Employee Robert C
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Robert C
Employee Bradley B
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