Originally Posted by Powzers
I tried installing the wires to my 2011 WK2 and I couldn't get the wires into the white connector. Did you take out the wire going into the connector and solder them together or anything? I tried pulling (kinda gently) on the wires to get them out but couldn't. Maybe the wires from my detector are too big and won't fit into the connector with the others.
Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks
I realize this is a very old post, but I am replying because I just tried to install an invisicord on my 2015 Limited and ran into the same issue.
While this is a great 'how to', there is a much easier way to install the invisicord on the limiteds. THERE IS NO NEED TO REMOVE THE MIRROR FROM THE GLASS MOUNT
Follow the 'how to' photos provided by the OP to remove the trim pieces and disconnect the first white connector - then stop.
On my Limited, this first connector has a pink wire with a yellow stripe and a black wire in the adjacent slot. In addition, there is a groove in each of these slots where the pins on the invisicord can easily
be inserted. You shouldn't have to force them in and once they are in, the connector retains the pins such that they won't easily work loose. That's it. Plug the white connector back in and re-install the trim.
Any if by chance you already followed the 'how to' and were unable to fit the pins in the connector on the back of the mirror and are now trying to figure out how to re-install the mirror: Place the mirror mount up to the mirror straight and rotate it CLOCKWISE (instructions say right). You'll go about 45-degrees and then the mount should drop down onto the hex-head. Push slightly to engage it and then rotate COUNTERCLOCKWISE to secure the mirror.
You may have to adjust the mirror on the swivel a bit to get the 45-degree angle necessary to engage the mount on the bolt. It's pretty easy if you aren't attempting to turn it the wrong direction.
Hopefully this update saves someone else some frustration. I pretty much destroyed the invisicord trying to fit the pins into the hardness on the back of the mirror. We'll see how their customer service is.