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AMP Research PowerStep Overview

http://www.amp-research.com, AMP Research Power Step Introduced by AMP Research Marketing Director Mark Wronski. The ampresearch powerstep is a power running board that attaches to your truck or suv. When you open the door, the step automatically deploys. When you close the door, the step automatically retracts. Learn more at www.amp-research.com


 


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AMP Research Powerstep and Bedstep - Day and Night
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Amp Research PowerStep Install - 2014 Dodge Crew Cab Short Bed #75138-01A
Want an Amp Research Powerstep? Order one Today! (75138-01A) http://www.thoroughbreddiesel.com/amp-research/power-step.htm Getting into your truck shouldn't feel like climbing Mount Everest. That's why AMP Research invented POWERSTEP™, the automatic, electric-powered running board that instantly extends when you open your door, and then hides itself safely out of sight when the doors close for improved ground clearance, aerodynamics and appearance. Please remember to LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, and COMMENT if you like our videos! It really does help us out! Thx for the support. Saving Diesel Lives! Check out our online store for performance products at http://www.thoroughbreddiesel.com/ --------------------------------------- Join our Diesel Community --------------------------------------- ● FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/Thoroughbreddiesel ● TWITTER: https://twitter.com/TbredDiesel ● GOOGLE +: https://plus.google.com/b/104100390724378924216/104100390724378924216/posts ● BLOG: http://www.dieseladdict.com/





AMP Research Powerstep installed on a 2011 Ford Super Duty F250
This is a full installation of an AMP Research Powerstep installed on a 2011 Super duty F250. This, and all AMP Research products are made in the USA. This step holds up to 600 LBS on each side. These Power Steps engage and retract each time the door is open, allowing for easy access to the cab, especially on lifted trucks. Our truck specifically has a 6" lift, and these steps make a world of difference when entering our Super Duty. The nice thing about these AMP Research Power Steps is that only one side opens at a time, and stays open for about 5 seconds before retracting seamlessly back under the F250. This means you have plenty of time to get out, close the door, and open the rear door before they retract. The other nice thing, often overlooked is that by removing your factory step you gain 6-8 inches of extra clearance, and also improve the appearance. Visit AMP-Research.com for more. Also Check out the AMP Research BEDSTEP and AMP Research BEDSTEP 2 Music via Jamendo: DJ Jim and Arena of Electronic Music





How to Install a Set of Amp Research PowerStep Running Boards
In this video you will find step by step instructions on how to install a set of PowerStep running boards from Amp Research. Go to http://www.realtruck.com/amp-research-powerstep-running-boards/ for more information. These steps tuck under your truck when you don't need them and move out when the doors open and you need an extra Boost into your truck. 877-216-5446 http://www.RealTruck.com How to Install a Set of Amp Research PowerStep Running Boards Video Transcript: Hello, Shawn here with RealTruck.com and today we are doing an AMP Research Power Step running board install on an 2010 GMC Yukon XL. Here is everything you will receive in the kit, including the idler linkage assembly, motor linkage assembly, wire harness, controller, motor, motor cover, rubber, cinch fastener, all nuts, bolts, grommets, tubing, cable ties, and everything else needed for proper assembly. Bolt idler linkage assembly to rear mounting tab, and the driving linkage to the forward most tab. And make sure to leave the bolts loose, then you are going to want to add the running boards and tighten down. Next you're going to want to remove the power fuse, attach the power lead which is a red wire to the positive pull on the battery. Caution, do not ground the wrench out when engaged with nut. Attach the ground lead to the negative battery pull. Using the two 11 inch cable ties mount controller to the support arm next to the battery. Then plug in the wire harness, ensuring that the locking tabs engage. Mount the long end of the wire harness above the engine and down through the driver side wheel well. Zip tie the harness to the calling clips and the fire wall, route the short end down through the passenger side. Route the wire harness along the underside of the frame. Make sure to secure it with the zip ties provided. Poke a hole through the rubber grommet near the front door on the underside of the floor panel with a small Phillips head screw driver. Then push both wires through the hole. Pop off the threshold cover with the screw driver and remove the cake panel, the panel will slide out from under the seat after fasteners give away. Then pull up the carpet and thread both wires through the floor panel. Do the same steps on the passenger side, except drill a 9/32 inch hole in the metal and add a rubber grommet to it. Locate the wire loom in the door still. Carefully remove the wire wrap and find the trigger wire. On the driver side it is going to be a light blue wire with a black stripe. On the passenger side it is going to be a green wire with a black stripe. Locate wire reward of junction shown in step 13. Using the supply tab connector splice in the shorter trigger wire into the wire found in step 12. Remove the plastic trim on the door near the mirror attachment. Carefully pry up the window door lock switch plate. Remove all the plugs from the switch plate. To remove the door panel first pry off the door lock, and plastic covers by the handle and the door latch. Remove the three door bolts and remove the door panel by prying loose all fasteners. Repeat this process on the other side. Make sure the door weather guard is pulled back, unbolt the speaker and unplug. Thread the plastic tube through the accordion, repeat this on the other side. Feed the longer wire of step 11 through the tube into the door and pull out the plastic tube on the door side. Route wire along harness to switch plate. Locate the brown plug and using supplied tab connectors, splice into trigger wire. The driver's side has a grey black wire and the passenger side has a tan white wire. When the wiring has been completed, go ahead and reinstall the door panel and start the wiring process on the driver side. The wiring process on the passenger side is fairly similar to the driver side the only difference is that you will be looking for a tan white cord to tie into. When that is complete go ahead and insert the plug from the wire harness onto the motor. Now, slide the rubber grommet onto the wire harness into the slot of the motor cover Insert the motor cover onto the motor, then add the plastic push pin rivets into the mounting holes of the motor cover. Next, slide the motor assembly on to the drive shaft and mounting bosses of the driving linkage assembly. Use the two included bolts to fasten the motor down. And, of course, repeat the exact same process on both sides. Next, off to the lighting process. Using the supplied butt connectors, connect the lamp wires, red to red, black to black. Make sure to do this for all four lamps. Make sure to close and wrap wire with the conduit and some electrical tape. Now it's time for installing. Find the center of each point and wipe down the applicable area. Pull off the 3M tape backing and stick to the undercarriage center of each door. Once completely installed, you have yourself the most luxurious functional and great looking electric step on the planet.





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