So I take it that the procedure now is to put the vehicle into true neutral (transfer case set to nuetral, shifter into park like my JK) then enable the harness by inserting the fuse (or wire it for a switch which I believe you did) without turning anything on inside, no ACC, no Run.. Correct ??
Did you also install your own base plate as well?? I've watched the YouTube videos on that and am pretty handy, but when it comes to automobile "snap" fittings being used for the bumper fascia, I fear the worst. I can run the trailer wiring, etc. and probably even the AirForce One on the vehicle itself, but the cutting of the metal bracket
attached to the bumper itself has me a little squeamish too. Is it worth the $$ to get it installed?? Thanks for your help
I do not recall any cutting (other than trimming the plastic around where the tow hooks used to be) when I installed my baseplate. Which baseplate manufacturer are you looking at?
CherryRed&Black, V6, Uconn8.4-Navigation
Comfort/Convenience, ColdWeather, TrailerTow pkgs
Status D1: 8/13, F: 8/26, I: 8/27, KZ: 9/2, KZM: 9/3
Arrived at Dealer 9/10, 42 days from order date.
Took Delivery Sept. 12, 2014.