The wagon is about 7 years old I got from a friend. No instructions, can't get the tag-along trailer connected to the wagon. I can't find an instruction booklet anywhere on the web, and Step 2 doesn't have any help on their website. Anyone have any ideas?
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I understand you have a 7 year old Kenmore dishwasher, which you want to know how to check the heating element to see if it's working. Typically, this is not a do it yourself job, as there are no step by step instruction manuals. I suggest contacting your local authorized technician for further assistance. They have been trained on your appliance and should be able to diagnose your appliance and determine if the heating element is working. Hope this is helpful.
You could purchase a service manual for the 250.
Then you will need tools, some very special. You will need a place to work and
probably a mechanic friend to look over your shoulder from time to time. You
should speak with the parts guy or gal at the Kawasaki shop considering the
parts you will need for this 25 year old motorcycle. I'm sorry, you can not get
step by step instructions on how to reassemble an engine here
are this far along, you may well want to consider the actual condition of the
engine. Bore clean and smooth? Piston? Bearings, etc. You may also
want to consider the general condition of the bike. Consider, when
you are all done, you will have a very expensive 25 year old motorcycle. This is
not impossible but it will be an involved expensive project.
You do not need a simple "solution" from an online forum. What you need is detailed service information. I would recommend spending the small fee (under $30/year) and subscribing to the service information for your vehicle at alldatadiy.com. There. you will find step-by-step instructions along with diagrams and lists of any special tools needed to complete the task.
plug wiring is in
the following web site
the site is very specific for 7 pin , 6 pin and rectangular to round 7 pin
the small tag that you have to use to put the plugs together is identified at the top oh the round plugs
you can get the site by googling and typing in ---trailer plug wiring australia
Loosen and pull back the carpeting in the back of the trunk behind the taillights.
Remove the plastic wingnuts that secure the taillight to the vehicle's body.
Separate the taillights from the vehicle's body, but do not disconnect the wiring.
Installing the Connector
Examine the wiring harness on each taillight. There will be a plastic connector on each side that must be separated to insert the wiring harness connector.
Thread the trailer wiring connectors through holes in the body behind each taillight. Follow the instructions provided with the connector to determine which connector belongs in which side of the vehicle.
Insert the wiring connectors into the vehicle's wiring harness.
Reinstalling the Taillights
Push the taillights into position against the body and reinstall the plastic wingnuts that secure them. Be careful not to crush the wiring.
Route the trailer wiring underneath the carpeting in the trunk, so that the trailer connector can extend out between the trunk lid and bumper when in use, and be tucked into the trunk when not in use.
Reposition the trunk carpet over the taillight housing.
Call Instep at 800-242-6110 select option for replacement parts. They helped me find a replacement spring coupling for a bike trailer that is 7 years old. Hopefully they can help you find the coupling you need.
Plug Types/Application 7 Way - RV Trailers, Horse and Utility Trailers 6 Way - Horse, Stock and Utility 4 Way - Utility Trailers
Columns are Color, Function, Mark on the plug. Seven wire Trailer plugs:
Horse, stock or utility trailers: White = Ground - 1 Blue = Electric Brakes - 2 Brown = Tail and clearance lights - 3 Black = Battery, aux power - 4
Yellow = Left turn/Brake - 5
Green = Right turn Brake - 6
Orange or Purple (not both) = Auxilliary or Reverse - 7
White = Ground - 1
Blue = Electric Brakes - 2
Green = Tail and clearance lights - 3
Black = Battery, aux power - 4 Red = Left turn/Brake - 5
Brown = Right turn Brake - 6
Yellow = Auxilliary or Reverse - 7
Six wire trailer plugs:
Horse, stock or utility trailers: White = Ground - GD Yellow = Left turn/Brake -LT Green = Right turn Brake -RT Brown = Tail and clearance lights - TM Red or Black (not both) = Battery, aux power - A Blue = Electric Brakes - S
Recreational Vehicle: (color, use, plug mark) White = Ground - GD Brown = Right turn Brake - RT Green
= Tail and clearance lights -TM Black = Battery, aux power - A Red = Left turn/Brake - LT
Blue = Electric Brakes - S
Four wire plugs: White = Ground Yellow = Left turn/Brake Green = Right turn Brake Brown = Tail and clearance lights
I believe you can look up the manufacturer of the trailer plug kit and find the wiring diagram there. On alot of the trailer plug kits, they have pics and diagrams in the package. The 7 pin plug (truck side) is available with the pig tail set up that plugs directly into the wiring harness for the lights. Then all you would have to worry about is the 2 wires for the electric brakes.