Wire that only has power with the brakes applied. This article applies to the Chevrolet. The wiring diagrams above were not easy for me to follow so maybe the info is on there but I could not read it. We've got the the info on what you need before you set off. It was kind of dark in the garage when I was playing with this before, and I certainly did not expect the plug cover to have this wiring schematic on it. The top is the truck, the bottom one is looking at the trailer connector from the rear, not in to it.
Step 2 — Locate the wire harness under the chassis The wire harness is loomed with the other harnesses under the chassis, and is plugged into a block connector. There were some older trailers that would use the center pin for power, but no newer ones. This article applies to the. If the fuse does not have power to it then it has to be a wiring issue because power comes from the battery to the fuse box. You could even use a long piece of jumper wire from battery voltage to light green trailer wire, to see if lamp will light.
Unfortunately, the fuses did not protect the flasher relay. When you find a suitable location, mount the controller bracket by screwing it into the dash panel with your power drill. Luckily, your first-generation Silverado already has a the necessary wires to make a hitch harness, so all you need to do is install the plug. Step 3 — Prepare the trailer wire harness Each aftermarket trailer wiring kit uses wires of different colors. Apr 27, 2010 Hi, The vent solenoid might be bad.
The curved bracket is located at the driver's side rear corner of the engine bay. It's tucked under the chassis, and you'll find it zip tied to one of the frame supports. Specially if you ran over something. The dark blue 10ga will go to the electric brake hook-up on the socket and the red 10ga. The wire harnesses controls the indicator, hazard, and brake lights. Thank you for using fixya and good luck.
I guess the hunt is on. This article applies to the Chevrolet. Step 8 — Install the two red and blue wires; install a 40-amp fuse Once the lower cover is removed, you will see two metal wire connection posts on the side of the fuse box opposite of the fender. The higher this voltage level is, the harder your trailer brakes are being applied. Step 2 — Remove the junction box cover This junction box is located behind the brake pedal at the left corner of the floorboard area.
These brakes increase trailer stability and decrease wear on your truck's existing brakes. We've got the the info on what you need before you set off. This article applies to the. If none found it could just be the vent solenoid stuck in the venting position. Here is a guide to help you troubleshoot the problem.
It may have just not had a connection on those. The top is the truck, the bottom one is looking at the trailer connector from the rear, not in to it. The top is the truck, the bottom one is looking at the trailer connector from the rear, not in to it. It was kind of dark in the garage when I was playing with this before, and I certainly did not expect the plug cover to have this wiring schematic on it. This article will show you how to install and equalize a trailer hitch, plus show you how to.
This article will show you how to get it done quickly and safely. The first-generation Silverado has five wires in its trailer harness; however, some kits have harnesses with up to seven wires. You can test it by applying a power and a ground to the solenoid to see if it operates and open's and Close's. Step 6 — Removed the curved bracket behind the under hood fuse box This bracket is held in place by four bolts. Connect the plug to its connector.