The BedLocker also offers an optional wire harness (part # BL1120) to manually operate the tonneau cover from inside the cab of your truck. This harness is designed to plug into the custom-built electronics control box mounted inside the canister. Thread the plug through the side of the canister and connect it to the grey/violet [...]
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INSTALLATION NOTE: • Disconnect the negative cable from the battery before installing this accessory.
• Trim the excess ends off the wire ties after attaching them to the wire harnesses. Do not allow the cut part of the wire tie to interfere with another harness or brake hose.
• Be sure to observe all safety notes and [...]
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1. It is advisable to disconnect the negative battery cable for 3 minutes before beginning installation, to avoid unintended air bag deployment. Note and record any anti-theft radio codes prior to disconnecting.
2. Remove the driver side lower dash and kick panels. Remove the steering wheel shroud.
Install Electronic Module
1. Plug in the Main Wiring Harness, [...]
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1. The Power Edge EZ Module can mount on the flat black plastic fuse box cover located on the driver’s side fender. Adhere the module using the supplied velcro, allowing enough harness movement for removal of the cover.
ICP Sensor Connection
2. Connect the supplied ICP sensor wiring harness to the supplied main wiring harness in [...]
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Dodge Nitro Subwoofer Installation
1. Find the fuse block under the hood and open the fuse box cover.
2. Using a 13mm socket and ratchet loosen and remove the fuse box power supply nut. Fig. 1
3. Connect the ring terminal of the power harness to the fuse box power lug and retighten the nut.
4. Route the wire [...]
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Dodge Caliber, Jeep Compass Subwoofer Installation
1. Lift up on the B pillar post cover and then pull it towards the center of the car to remove.
2. Using a panel removal tool gently pry up the threshold/kick panel along the bottom of the front and rear door openings to release fasteners and remove panel.
3. Find the [...]
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The Bedlocker is designed to carry rainwater from the cover into the canister and then out through the drains. Most truck models have standard OE drain holes or plastic/rubber access ports in the front of the truck bed. Check to make sure your truck has the OE drain holes so that drilling into the sheet [...]
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Important 5″ LCD Installation Information:
1) When mounting the LCD be sure to avoid placing the monitor in the path that impedes driver’s ability to drive vehicle safely.
2) Locate a fused accessory power circuit and attach the Black/White Stripe lead of the 2 Female Harness Pig Tail from the Sack Part using In-Line IDC connector..
3) Locate [...]
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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 [...]
September 27th, 2009 · No Comments
The wiring of the Back Up Light system is very simple and straightforward. Each unit has 3 wires that must be wired to your vehicle to make the unit operate. The red wire needs to be connected to a 12 volt source. The yellow wire needs to be connected to the back up light wire [...]