1. This is a WeatherCloud sensor demo install for CME vehicles. It is meant to be a guide for future sensor installs. The steps are below:

    Sensor Overview:
    1) Roadpack
    2) Skypack
    3) Smart Hub

    1.1) Take note of the 4-digit number on the underside of the Roadpack
    1.2) Remove top bolts from license plate holder
    1.3) Bolt Roadpack to top of license plate holder with the bolts provided and the temperature sensor pointed down
    1.4) Thread the gray wire, power connector down, through the vehicle's grill to meet the Roadpack
    1.5) Use zip ties to secure gray wire to grill
    1.6) Loosen the white bolt on the left side of the interior of the hood to attack the ground (black) wire
    1.7) Attach ground (black) wire to white bolt and tighten white bolt
    1.8) Thread the red power wire through to the driver-side interior of the vehicle (hole beneath driver-side seat)
    1.9) Remove the top fuse tap. Insert the red wire fuse tap in its place.
    1.10) Connect Roadpack power
    1.11) Check Roadpack power using the WeatherCloud app
    1.11.a) Select the sensor that matches the 4-digit code for your Roadpack
    1.11.b) Make sure the Bluetooth signal is strong (green bars)
    1.12) Use zip ties to secure the gray and red Roadpack wires and get them out of the way
    1.13) Cut excess zip tie plastic if desired

    2.1) Take note of the 4-digit number on the side of the Skypack
    2.2) Remove the tape backing and affix the Skypack to the lower, center-left of the interior of the windshield with the cloud top pointed down
    2.3) Plug USB charger into lower 12-volt socket
    2.4) Connect USB to USB charger and plug mini USB power cable into Skypack
    2.5) Use zip ties to get excess cord out of the way
    2.6) Check Skypack power using WeatherCloud app
    2.6.a) Select the sensor that matches the 4-digit code for your Skypack
    2.6.b) Make sure the Bluetooth signal is strong (green bars)

    3.1) Plug Smart Hub power USB into 12-volt socket
    3.2) Plug micro USB into Smart Hub
    3.3) Doublecheck the Bluetooth connection of the Skypack and Roadpack using WeatherCloud app*
    *If signal is weak, try relocating Smart Hub in cabin
    3.4) Secure phone in an out-of-the-way location (i.e. glove box or upper console)
    3.5) Use zip ties to secure power cord out of the way

    If you are having connection or power trouble, try powering down/unplugging the affected sensors and Smart Hub. Reboot sensors, Smart Hub and app to restore connection. If you are still having connection issues, make sure the Smart Hub is in close proximity to the sensor in question.

    For additional help, contact support@weathercloud.co.

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WeatherCloud combines existing weather data with on-vehicle sensors to report Ground Truth: hyper-local road weather intelligence. Learn more at weathercloud.co/

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