I'm the first to admit that I'm not the brightest when it comes to electrical installs... or any install for that matter. Most of us know about the reputation that John over at sPOD has when it comes to support/customer service, so I pulled the trigger on one of his systems.
Step one is to drill the rivet heads off of the footman loop on the top of the windshield. Use a 1/4" bit and medium pressure to take them right off. I just knocked the remaining portion of the rivets into the windshield frame.
Remember when I said that I was a dummy? The following picture is of the REPLACEMENT "M" bolt that John sent me (for free) after I had broken the one that came with the kit. It goes into the right footman hole, and comes out on the left. The original was off by about 1/8th of an inch and I thought (ha!) that I could bend it with some vice grips. I gorilla'd it and it broke. This time, I reamed (lol) the left hole just a smidge with my 1/4" bit and it went right in! After that, you just attach the footman's loop and the switch bank bracket and tighten the 2 nuts.
After that, you can thread the connectors end of the wires through the footman's loop, connect the opposite end to the sPOD, replace the top windshield plastic trim, screw the sPOD on the bracket and proceed to route the wires behind the plastic and over to the driver's side A-pillar. Route them behind the A pillar trim and remove the plastic that's on the outboard side of your dash. Be patient while routing, it may take you a minute also.
Next, grab a wire coat hanger and some electrical tape. Open the hood and look at the firewall above the master cylinder. There you will find the rear washer fluid line leading into the cab, secured by a rubber insert. I disconnected the washer fluid line at a plastic connector about a foot into the hood, and removed the rubber insert. Then fish the coat hanger through the hole and into the cab. Tape the loose connectors to the wire and fish it back through to the engine compartment. Too easy!
Now route the sPOD wires and the washer fluid line through the included grommet and install said grommet. It took me a while to install the grommet because I had never done it before. It takes some squeezing and patience, but it eventually went on. I'm positive that I could do it again in less than a minute now that I know how, though. Oh, don't forget to reconnect that washer fluid line.
Next take the top off of the sPOD source and route the sPOD wire group through the cutout that's closest to the sPOD logo. I DIDN'T do this the first time because I am a dummy. Needless to say, the cover won't go back on if you don't. The connections couldn't be easier, and you can probably make them look better than I did. My sPOD came with the Low Voltage CutOff switch, so I had to connect that also. REALLY, REALLY easy!
THE FOLLOWING PICTURE SHOWS PROPER CONNECTIONS, BUT IMPROPER WIRE GROUP ROUTING MENTIONED ABOVE. I forgot to take a new picture..