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2009 Toyota Corolla TWM Performance Short Shifter Installation Instructions

October 16th, 2009 · No Comments

It is preferable to park on a flat surface, as you will have to engage and disengage the hand brake and shift from gears to neutral. If you cannot do so and are obliged to install the short shifter on a slightly inclined surface, place wooden blocks in front and behind the wheels to prevent the car from moving while you’re working. Please read this manual completely before beginning to work on your car.
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Sirius Magnet-Mount Low Profile Antenna Kit Installation Instructions

October 15th, 2009 · No Comments

The instructions below are developed for BMW vehicles and are not be compared to any other existing instructions for vehicles other than BMW. No methods other than those specified in this document are to be used for installation in BMW vehicles. Left and right are determined from driver’s seat.
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3 Series Coupe/Sedan Sirius Satellite Roof Antenna Kit Installation Instructions

October 15th, 2009 · No Comments

These instructions were developed especially for BMW vehicles and are not to be compared to any existing instructions for vehicles other than BMW. No methods other than those specified in this document are to be used to install Sirius Satellite Roof Antennas.
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Satellite Radio Installation for the DSP E39 5 Series

October 15th, 2009 · No Comments

Don’t forget to write down the Sirius or XM ID number, located on the module. You’ll need it to activate the module.
The Process: (Disconnect Negative Battery Terminal Before you Begin) We’ll begin by disassembling the trunk first, which is super easy. Just fold down the door on the driver’s side of the trunk. Here is where our connections will take place, as well as all of the mounting of modules, etc.
1. Open the door on the driver’s side panel if the trunk to reveal the factory amplifier/CD Changer/Navigation Unit. This is where our connections will take place.
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E39 5 Series Sirius Connect Installation

October 15th, 2009 · No Comments

Before attempting to use your new Sirius Connect System, it is IMPERATIVE that you read the initialization guide at the end of this document. Not doing so will result in an inoperative Sirius module and will require you to take time out of your day to call our support line. If we aren’t open, or it’s over the weekend, you’ll be left with frustrations that could’ve otherwise been avoided by reading the initialization guide at the end of this document. (As you can see there have been many people who elected not to read the guide.
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Electric Trailer Brake Control Wiring Adapter Installation Instructions

October 14th, 2009 · No Comments

Plug brake control adapter into mating receptacle on backside of brake control before attaching to the vehicle connector.
1. Locate the vehicle’s electric brake control harness connector. The harness will be located underneath the dash and left of the steering column, taped to another harness near the emergency brake pedal. There will be a 4-pin connector that mates with the one on the adapter.
2. Plug the brake control adapter into the vehicle’s electric brake control harness connector. Follow all brake control manufacturer’s installation instructions.
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Electric Drum Brake Installation

October 14th, 2009 · No Comments

Position the trailer on a stable and LEVEL working surface. If possible, leave the tow vehicle hooked to the trailer in order to limit movement as well as keeping the front end supported and level. If the trailer is not supported on the tow vehicle, it MUST be blocked directly to the ground at the frame/tongue junction. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES IS THE TRAILER TO BE SUPPORTED BY THE TONGUE JACK WHILE BEING RAISED AT THE WHEELS! Block the wheels opposite the side being worked on both front and rear so that the trailer cannot roll.
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Which Electric Brake Controller should I use?

October 14th, 2009 · No Comments

The most common question consumers ask about caravan brake performance is what type of brake controller should be used. There are two main types of electric brake controller: “Motion Sensing” (Pendulum Type) and “Time Delay”. AL-KO International, as the largest supplier of electric brakes to the caravan and trailer industry, recommends for the majority of caravan towing applications, “Motion Sensing” (Pendulum Type) controllers as they provide proportional balanced caravan braking.
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2000–2004 BMW X5 SAV Tekonsha Prodigy Electric Trailer Brake Control Installing

October 14th, 2009 · No Comments

The 2000 – 2004 BMW X5 SAV is rated to tow up to 6,000 lbs GVW with the factory specified hitch. Trailers this large may often be equipped with, and/or require electric trailer brakes. The X5 is one of the most advanced Sport Utility vehicles offered and requires special care and attention when installing a trailer brake controller, so as not to interfere with or damage the many complex electronic systems present on the BMW X5.

While BMW offers a factory or dealer-installed trailer towing receiver hitch and 7-pin trailer electrical wiring adapter, no factory provision has been made for installation of an electric trailer brake control.
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BMW X5 Electric Trailer Brake Controller Installation

October 14th, 2009 · No Comments

This is the outline of my installation of a Tekonsha Prodigy brake controller into a 2001 3.0 5sp X5.
I opted to install the Prodigy in the console ashtray. It’s in front of the shifter and relatively easy to reach the manual brake lever – it’s just a little tough to reach in 1st and 3rd gears but it’s the best available location for me as under the steering wheel on the bolster doesn’t work. The worst thing about this location is having to remove the console to install it. It is doable and requires a little patience to get the console out the first time.
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