Reviewed By Bret S (BEAVERTON, OR) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Edge —9/19/2014 5:58 AM
Had to pull the tail lights which is more Fords fault I guess. The wire for power is too short if you want to route it well.
Reviewed By Chris N (Bueche, LA) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Edge —4/21/2010 3:27 PM
It was harder to remove the plastic rivets underneath the Jeep than it was to do the complete install for the harness. I didn't have any spares, so I didn't want to cut the rivets. Product is working as advertised. Very happy with the part and the prompt shipping.
Reviewed By Wilbur T (GREAT FALLS, MT) Reviewed for a 1978 Ford F-250 —11/14/2016 9:50 AM
My truck already has a 4-way flat, so this made the installation easier and cleaner. Splicing into wires is a necessary evil at times and this avoids that unpleasantness. The bracket needed a small bend to allow the door to open all the way so the plug-in will fit. This is the one with the LED lights that indicate which pins are working, but I wish I had purchased a separate tester instead. One LED light always stays on. Battery drain isn't a concern, but unnecessarily attracting attention is.
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