Question about 1998 Chevrolet C2500
Just need 1st gear to pull trailer in and out of field.. cows ate all the wires.. so I have to wire it some how to go in 1st.. please help.. thanks
Give system voltage to the two shift solenoids. This will put the trans in 1st. The lever has to be in drive.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most newer vehicles have transmission control modules,that go to a default of 2nd or 3rd gear when they go bad! I had a 91 plymouth stuck in 3rd gear because of this module! could be your problem! when mine went out, it smelled like something electrical burned inside the the passenger cabin! I would check all the electrical connections on the transmission first good luck
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
Ask dealer if it has a towing package on it. If it does, you usually just pop fuse in under hood for electric brakes, and harness to adapt into is usually near or at rear bumper. Even if it doesn't have brake wire, you should still be able to install adapter at rear,for lights etc. which is available from dealer or auto supply places, then you may have to run electric brakes separate.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
i have a 1996 chevy 1500 bought a brake controler but what wire do i put the blue wire to ther are 4 white wires from brake peddle that go on when peddle is pressed on.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
Here is some information that I find useful when wiring trailer connectors, and the brake controller should be wired into the vehicles wiring according to the instructions that came with the brake controller and that identifies each wire from the brake controller.
Be sure that you solder all connections well for the best operation, and you should use 10 or 12 ga. wire for the Pos. (+) connection, and the ground or Neg. (-) connection, and you should run both wires all the way out to the battery, and about one foot from the battery on the Pos. (+) wire to the battery, make sure that you use a 20 or 30 amp Circuit Breaker and Do Not Use A Fuse.
The rest of these diagrams should help you to get your trailer properly wired up.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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