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Feel sorry for you bud,very very big job to replace it - have to remove entire dash - probably further ahead to splice them - colour match if you can get a used harness. wow that is terrible
Posted on Apr 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Open drivers side door and look at the end of your dash board that is faceing the door.You will see a little triangle shaped door that pops out.There are also more under the hood,drivers side in a big square box.Behind the batterie.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
When installing the trailer break controller, 4 things must be considered carefully and objectively . 1.Safety regarding the mounting of the controller with respect to the drivers ability to control the vehicle without any hindrance whatsoever . 2.The dirvers ease of access (and control) of the coltroller while actually driving.....not sitting in the driveway....and lastly.... 3. The expected and assured 100% faith in the controllers ability (by the driver) to function without failure (no exceptions allowed) AND as designed to function (not ***-u-med), by properly mounting the unit and performing the correct electrical aspects of the installation without "shortcutting or jerry rigging" (no exceptions allowed)
4. The trailer brakes themselves. Ie. Shoes, drums, actuators, mechanical and electrical components etc. And last.....but too often forgotten....axle bearings maintenance / checkups / and tires condition and proper air pressure attained with a reliable tire guage....Did I mention checking the trailer lights functions ??? Good Luck...Happy Safe Motoring..
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
check wiring on passengers side near the rear hatch speaker, the rear door speakers are run through them also. i had the same problem and it was a unplugged connector at that location
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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